I do appreciate the platform pic on the first page especially -- I'm thinking that fellow holding the suitcase is a familiar profile , but I could have it wrong. And the lady to the far right -- Ann Todd perhaps? (She was on the short side, after all.)
The article also points out another IMDb error (shocker): apparently the hero's name is Teddie Morrison, not Teddy Deakin.
In the course of which process one can learn how to build one's own elevator (Page 958-which would have been helpful to Rod Taylor in the 1967 film 'Hotel'), get wised up on Page 960 bwo (by way of) the craftsman's eye for safety with wooden ladders (are you there Norman? -Norman Wisdom that is); and that's before the second intermission which describes the experimental navigational aid in fog which would have made 'The Spirit of St.Louis' (and James Stewart's career) at least 20 minutes shorter.
(Remember you heard it here first, Monica and everyone)