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Category: All Categories: Fiction: Pulps: Adventure
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451.
Blue Book (Roy Chanslor; Beatrice Grimshaw; John Valentine; Roy Hoon; H. Bedford-Jones; Clarence Herbert New; Arthur K.  
BLUE BOOK Magazine: February, Feb. 1933 (When Worlds Collide)
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Publisher: McCall Co. NY 1933.
Vol. 56, No. 4. Pulp magazine. Edited by Donald Kennicott. Cover art by Joseph Chenoweth for "Breakers Ahead" by Frederick Bechdolt. Includes "When Worlds Collide" (series conclusion - Chaps. XXIII-XXVII) by Edwin Balmer & Philip Wylie; "The Eternal Twilight" by Roy Chanslor; "Red Sunset Land" by Beatrice Grimshaw; "On the Dotted Line" by John Valentine; "The Devil's Taxicab" by Roy Hoon; "Three-Piece Dollar" by H. Bedford-Jones; "Six Who Could Think" by Clarence Herbert New; "Breeches Left Behind" by Arthur K. Akers; "Miracle in the Desert" (Wolf of Arabia series) by William J. Makin. Prize Stories of Real Experience: "Trapped in the Tunnel" by Mrs. E. S. Sanders; "The Tragiz Ten Days" by Gerald Brandon; "Loose Screws" by Charles H. Bowie; "Aboard a Fighting Stallion" by Stanley M. Nevin; "Fanned" by John D. Martin; "The Sportsman's Scrapbook" by Ewing Walker. Illustrations by Grattan Condon, George Avison, Alexander DeLeslie, Henry Thiede, John Clymer, Austin Briggs, L. R. Gustavson, Everett Lowry, Joseph Franke (for Wylie & Balmer). Half of spine covering lost; small stains, here and there; dealer's marks on cover; 2" tear at lower edge of rear cover. Single Issue Magazine Good-

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452.
Blue Book (Shelby Foote; Sandy Stuart; Harold Lamb; Anthony Fon Eisen; Laurence Kirk; Eustace Cockrell & Daniel Gordon;  
BLUE BOOK Magazine: June 1949 (Shiloh)
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Publisher: McCall Co. NY.
Vol. 89, No. 2. Edited by Donald Kennicott. Cover art, "These United States. Maine-XXX", by John Fulton. Includes "Shiloh" (complete novel; first publication) by Shelby Foote; "High Pasture" by Sandy Stuart; "Lost River" by Harold Lamb; "The Roman Sea Wall" by Anthony Fon Eisen; "Game Reserve" by Laurence Kirk; "His Brother's Keeper" by Eustace Cockrell & Daniel Gordon; "A Dog's Life" by Georges Surdez; "Sign" by William Brandon; "Patsy Fights Again" by Joel Reeve; "Buffalo Bill Holds Five Kings" by Robert Barbour Johnson; "Pitchfork Marines" by Ruhama Jans; "Crash Pilot" by Arch Whitehouse. Stories of Fact and Experience: "Hit 'em Again, Harder!" by Edward Beach; "Skyway to Paris" by Robert N. Buck; "The Man Napolean Hated" by Robert W. Daly. Special features: "Songs That Have Made History - XII: Annie Laurie" by Fairfax Downey; "The Valiant Fight of the Content" by Richard Hakluyt; "Sport Spurts" by Harold Helfer; "Daredevil Days at Niagra" (Old Prints from Three Lions, Schoenfeld Collection); "Who's Who in this Issue". Illustrated by Peter Wells, John Costigan, John Richard Flanagan, Hamilton Greene, Charles Chickering, Raymond Sisley, Gratton Condon, Charles B. Falls, Remington Schuyler, Maurice Bower, John Fulton, Art Harper, John McDermott, and others. Minor creasing and edgewear. Bedsheet Pulp Very Good+ to Near Fine

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453.
Blue Book (Stewart Sterling; Joel Reeve; Merle Constiner; Bill Gulick; Ben Steedly Moore; MacArthur Carmen; Robert Pinke  
BLUE BOOK Magazine: January, Jan. 1950
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Publisher: McCall Co. NY 1950.
Vol. 90, No. 3. Besheet-sized. Edited by Donald Kennicott. Cover by John Fulton ("These United States XXXVI - Maryland"). Includes "The Talking Coat" (short novel) by Stewart Sterling; "In There, The White Lights Glaring" (short novel) by Joel Reeve; "The Rhebaville Murder" (short novel) by Merle Constiner; "Winter Storm" (short novel) by Bill Gulick; "Far Away, in Eden" by Ben Steedly Moore; "The Secret Poison" by MacArthur Carmen; "Maine Is for Lumberjacks" by Robert Pinkerton; "The Spinsters" by Nelson Bond; "The Chantey Man" by Mark Boesch; "Beautiful Buford" by Verne Athanas; "The Beast Can Think" by William Lindsay Gresham; "The Scoop Was Red" by Grange Lewis; "Stagecoach Pass" by Gifford Cheshire; "Highway Babe" by Harold Channing Wire. Stories of Fact and Adventure: "The Voyage of the Golden Hind" by Francis Fletcher; "Challenge to Empire" by Richard Shafter; "The Male American" by Simpson M. Ritter; "This Gallant Feat of Arms" by Colonel Ernest Dupuy. Special Features: "A Century of Whodunits"; "Songs That Live in History: The Star Spangled Banner" by Fairfax Downey; "I Have a Friend" by Peter Wells; "Who's Who in This Issue". Ilustrations by Charles Chickering, Hamilton Greene, Benton Clarke, Charles B. Falls, Frederick Chapman, Peter Wells, John Fulton, Carl Burger, John Griffin, Charles Hargens, Raymond Sisley, Wilson Thompson, Loran Wilford, and Gratton Condon. Small loss at vupper frotn foredge; 1/2" loss at spine heel. Single Issue Magazine Very Good

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454.
Blue Book (Theodore Goodridge Roberts; Joel Reeve; Allan Vaughan Elston; Phil Magee; Victor H. Johnson; Hugh Cave; Ewart  
BLUE BOOK Magazine: October, Oct. 1951 (Between Planets)
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Publisher: McCall Co. NY 1951.
Vol. 93, No. 6. Edited by Donald Kennicott. Cover art by Maurice Bower for "Men of America - Will Rogers". Includes "For to Achieve Your Adventure" by Theodore Goodridge Roberts; "Fighter's Wife" by Joel Reeve; "Double Reprieve" by Allan Vaughan Elston; "Just the Necessary Violence" by Phil Magee; "A Voice in the North Sea Fog" by Victor H. Johnson; "New Guinea Manhunt" by Hugh Cave; "Justice on Honey Mountain" by Ewart A. Autry; "Getting Rid of Morgan" by Arch Whitehouse; "Fox Boy' by Zachary Ball; "October's Red in Kentucky" by John Clagett; "Planets in Combat" (pt 2. of 2; vt. Between Planets") by Robert A. Heinlein. Stories of Fact and Experience: "Fishing, with Music" by Arthur Hawthorne Carhart; "The Whole Line Goes Forward" by 1st Lt. William M. Glasgow; "The Will Rogers Story" by D. C. O'Flaherty; "Fire Fight" by Tech. Sgt. George S. Chappars; "Big Boy Blue" by Ted Shane; "The Wagon Conceived in Sin" by Harry Botsford; "The Caribou Mystery" by bFarley Mowat. Special Features: "Military Mascots - II" by Fairfax Downey; "The Facts of Lide: About Baseball" by John Dunlavy; "Ye Cowboys of Campeachy Bay" by William Dampier; "Who's Who in this Issue". Illustrated by Carl Burger, Raymond Sisley, Hamilton Greene, Orison MacPherson, Cleveland Woodward, L. R. Gustavson, Frederick Chapman, Charles Chickering, Charles Sarka, John Fulton, Clayton Knight, Clintin Sheperd, John Costigan, Benton Clark, and others. Date stamp on cover; hlue mend, lower hinge. Single Issue Magazine Very Good

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455.
Blue Book (Thomas Duncan; Andrew Wood; Hugh Fullerton; Louis Kaye; Robert Mill; Chandler Whipple; Luke Short; H. Bedford  
BLUE BOOK Magazine: January, Jan. 1941
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Publisher: McCall Co. NY 1941.
Vol. 72, No. 3. Edited by Donald Kennicott. Cover by Herbert Morton Stoops. Includes "The Fun Farm Murder" (novelette) by Thomas Duncan; "Heirs of the Blue Sky" (novelette) by Andrew Wood; "The Great Knocki'n-Down" by Hugh Fullerton; "Desert Cold" by Louis Kaye; "Lady on the Warpath" by Robert Mill; "The Great Man" by Chandler Whipple; "Neutral Spirits" by Luke Short; "The Swan of Usk" by H. Bedford-Jones; "Anything Might Happen" (serial) by F. Draco; "Gold Ahoy!" (serial) by Gordon Keyne. "Prize Stories of Real Experience": "Inside Gibralter" by Col. Charles Wellington Furlong; "Bombing Berlin" by Percy Michaelis; "Bulldog Mickey" by Mickey Walker. Illustrated by Orson Lowell, Charles Chickering, Jeremy Cannon [Herbert Morton Stoops], Percy Leason, Raymond Sisley, Arthur Jameson, John Richard Flanagan, and L. R. Gustavson. Edge nicks; slight rubbing. Pulp Very Good+

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456.
Blue Book (William J. Makin; Anthony Rud; H. Bedford-Jones; Luke Short; Kenneth Perkins; Robert R. Mill; H. Bedford-Jone  
BLUE BOOK Magazine: October, Oct. 1937
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Publisher: McCall Co. NY.
Vol. 65, No. 6. Edited by Donald Kennicutt. Cover by Herbert Morton Stoops. Includes "The Assassins of Angora" by William J. Makin; "Visitors from Venus" by Anthony Rud; "Warriors in Exile" (V) by H. Bedford-Jones; "The Right Kind of Tough" by Luke Short; "From Hangtown to the Sea" by Kenneth Perkins; "The Case of Young Steve" by Robert R. Mill; "Ships and Men" (X) by H. Bedford-Jones & Capt. L. B. Williams; "Freedom's Highwayman" (complete novel) by Ewing Walker; "The Valley Stronghold" (pt 2 of 3) by Gregorio Somers. Real Experiences: "A Wanderer's Scrapbook" by James Francis Dwyer; "The Dragon of Komodo" by W. Douglas Burden; "War in the Lava Beds" by Maurice Fitzgerald; "The Flying Headsman" by Roland D. Doane. Illustrated by Austin Briggs, John Clymer, Jeremy Cannon [Herbert Morton Stoops], Arthur Jameson, George Avison, Monte Crews, Frederick Anderson & Yngve Soderberg, Oscar Howard, and L. R. Gustavson. Minot soiling and corner wear; interior tanning. A very attractive copy. Pulp Very Good+ to Near Fine

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457.
Blue Book (William J. Makin; Kingsley Moses; George Worts; Leland Jamieson; E. G. Wheeler; H. Bedford-Jones; Robert R. M  
BLUE BOOK Magazine: August, Aug. 1935 (Hawk of the Wilderness)
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Publisher: McCall Co. NY 1935.
Vol. 61, No. 4. Pulp magazine. Edited by Donald Kennicott. Cover art by Herbert Morton Stoops for "Arms and Men VII - The Shield of Arngrim" by H. Bedford-Jones. Includes "Who Killed Cock Robin?" by William J. Makin; "Maid of the Moon" by Kingsley Moses; "Tote Your Own" by George Worts; "Rough Water" by Leland Jamieson; "Pachydermo" by E. G. Wheeler; "Black Sheep" by Robert R. Mill; "Typhoon" by Warren Hastings Miller; "Hawk of the Wilderness" (serial) by William L. Chester; "Guiana Gold" (novelette) by George Harmon Coxe. Prize Stories of Real Experience: "My Visit to the Stone Age" by Vilhjalmur Stefansson; "Ten Years in the Foreign Legion" by Orval Chenevoeth; "Between Two Deaths" by William Carroll; "A Son of the Frontier" by John Abernathy; "Too-Fay!" by Harrison Forman. Illustrated by John Richard Flanagan, Paul De Leslie, Monte Crews, L. R. Gustavson, Michael Stone, George Avison, Harve Stein, Jeremy Cannon [Herbert Morton Stoops], Alfred Simpkin, and Wilwerding. Tanned; a little dusty; slight spine fade with some edge chips. Single Issue Magazine Very Good

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458.
Blue Book (William L. Chester; James Francis Dwyer; Francis Cockrell; Charles Layng; Fulton Grant; Robert R. Mill; H. Be  
BLUE BOOK Magazine: May 1936 (Kioga of the Wilderness)
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Publisher: McCall Co. NY.
Vol. 63, No. 1. Cover by Herbert Morton Stoops for "Kioga of the Wilderness" (serial; pt. 2) by William L. Chester. Includes "Caravan Treasure" (serial) by James Francis Dwyer; "Three Thousand or Bust" by Francis Cockrell; "Drums Across the Sea" by Charles Layng; "No Flame More Fierce" by Fulton Grant; "Head Work" by Robert R. Mill; "Arms and Men, XVI: The Sallee Rover" by H. Bedford-Jones; "Horses are More Human" by Elmer Davis; "The Tattooed Man" by William J. Makin; "The Lair in the Swamp" (novelette) by Leland Jamieson. Prize Stories of Real Experience: "Prairie on Fire" by John Clayton; "Teak Wallah" by Reginald Campbell; "Russian Hunt" by Boris Pavloff; "Locked in a Furnace" by Ivan Stretton; "Held for Murder" by Ferdinand Berthoud. Illustrated by L. R. Gustavson, Henry Thiede, Jeremy Cannon [Herbert Morton Stoops], Austin Briggs, Monte Crews, John Clymer, Grattan Condon, Herve Stein, John Richard Flanagan, Some foxing, mostly rear hinge area. Pulp Very Good to Near Fine

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459.
Dare-Devil Aces (Robert Sidney Bowen; O. B. Myers; Daniel Winters; J. Jay Blair; Dusty Dowst; Frederick Blakeslee)  
DARE-DEVIL ACES: March, Mar. 1941
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Publisher: Popular Publications NY.
Vol. 27, no. 4. Cover by Blakeslee. Includes "Eagles Fight Alone!" (novel) Robert Sidney Bowen; "Bombs Overhead" (novel) by O. B. Myers; "Convoy to Hell" by Daniel Winters; "Thunder at Daybreak" by J. Jay Blair; Special Sky Features: "Air Angles" by Dusty Dowst; "Asemblit" & "Story Behind the Cover" by Frederick Blakeslee. Tears to all four hinge ends with some loss to lower front hinge (visible in scan); spine end bumped; standard edge tears. Pulp Good to Very Good-

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460.
Five Novels (Ben Peter Freeman; Stewart Sterling; David Allen Ross; Frank Carl Young; Frederick C. Painton)  
FIVE NOVELS MONTHLY: August, Aug. 1941
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Publisher: Dell NY.
Vol. 56, No. 2. Cover is uncredited for "The Giant Killer" by Ben Peter Freeman. Includes "The Murder Merchant" by Stewart Sterling; "Wolves of Spanish Valley" by Frank Carl Young; "The Fleet Takes It!" by David Allan Ross; "Death on the Nile" by Frederick C. Painton. Illustrated by Waggener, M. Lincoln Lee, and others. Small area of nicks, small gouges and minor stains at upper front hinge; original owner's name on cover. Pulp Very Good

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461.
Five Novels (David Allan Ross; Ben Peter Freeman; Beulah Poynter; Loring Dowst; Dean Owen; J. B. Ryan)  
FIVE NOVELS Monthly: December, Dec. 1942
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Publisher: Dell NY.
Vol. 61, No. 3. Edited by F. A. McChesney. Cover art is for "And Ten Set Out" by David Allan Ross. Includes "Humpty-Dumpty Man" by Ben Peter Freeman; "The Killer Is Here" by Beulah Poynter; "On Silent Wings" (short story) by Loring Dowst; "Gunsmoke Redemption" by Dean Owen; "The Phantom Battalion" by J. B. Ryan Illustrations by W. M. A., Waggener, Tom Hall, and others. Tears at spien ends, 1" and less; other minor tears and creases. Pulp Very Good

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462.
Five Novels (Loring Dowst; Dorothy Bonar; Ben Peter Freeman; J. B. Ryan; Stewart Sterling)  
FIVE NOVELS Monthly: July 1942
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Publisher: Dell NY.
Vol. 60, No. 1. Cover art is for "King's Highway" by Loring Dowst. Includes "The Rope Dance" by Dorothy Bonar; "Little Powerhouse" by Ben Peter Freeman; "The Last Jest" by J. B. Ryan; "Death Gives the Clue" by Stewart Sterling. Feature: "Adventure Cove: Where Readers Write Their Own Stories." Illustrations by W. M. A., Waggener, and others. Lower foredge corner is chipped on several pages and very tiny on rear cover; interior tanning. Pulp Very Good+

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463.
Five Novels (Victor Hailey; Beulah Poynter; C. Paul Jackson; David Allan Ross; Frank Carl Young)  
FIVE NOVELS Monthly: December, Dec. 1941
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Publisher: Dell NY.
Vol. 57, No. 3. Edited by F. A. McChesney. Cover is uncredited. Includes "The Double-Barreled Frame" by Victor Hailey; "Mrs. Downing Goes on Trial" by Beulah Poynter; "Payoff on Ice" by C. Paul Jackson; "Treachery Flies the Flag" by David Allan Ross; "Hangtree on the Plaza" by Frank Carl Young. Illustrations by Tom Hall, W Timmins, "Van", Payne, and others. Fairly minor staining at upper foredge corner (mostly to rear), otherwise quite nice. Pulp Very Good

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464.
Five-Novels (Cornelius Morgan; John J. Wallace; Paul Selonke; Llewellyn Hughes; Philip Ketchum)  
FIVE NOVELS MONTHLY: August, Aug. 1942

Publisher: Dell NY.
Vol. 60, No. 2. Cover art for "Saratoga Eddie" by Cornelius Morgan. Includes "Hags of the Sea" by Selonke; "Murder in the Newsroom" by Wallace; "Davy Jones' Challenge" by Hughes; "The Devil Builds a Fence" by Ketchum. Name on cover. Pulp Very Good+

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465.
Five-Novels Monthly (Ben Peter Freeman; J. B. Ryan; Ed Earl Repp; John Murray Reynolds; Edward S. Williams)  
FIVE NOVELS MONTHLY: June 1941

Publisher: Dell NY.
Vol. 55, No. 3. Cover art for "Riders Up!" by Ben Peter Freeman. Includes "Burma Road" by Reynolds; "The Case of the Missing Wrench" by Williams; "Canyon of Silent Death" by Repp; "And the Sands Blow" by Ryan. Name on cover; 1" lower hinge tear; 2" tear to contents page. Pulp Very Good+

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466.
Frontier (Les Savage, Jr.; Dan Cushman; Tom W. Blackburn; Curtis Bishop; Harold Preece; Frankie-Lee Weed & Kelly Masters  
FRONTIER Stories: Winter 1944
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Publisher: Fiction House NY 1944.
Vol. 16, No. 1. Edited by Malcolm Reiss. Cover by Sidney Reisenberg. Includes "Queen of the Long Rifles" (novel) by Les Savage, Jr.; "The Conestoga Pirate" (novel) by Dan Cushman; "Devil's Cache" (novelet) by Tom W. Blackburn; "Turning Trails" (novelet) by Curtis Bishop; "The Gold Ring Bandit' by Harold Preece; "Red Reckoning" by Frankie-Lee Weed & Kelly Masters; "Bugles in the Mountains" by Fairfax Downey; "Pony Express" (feature). Illustrated by Nick Eggenhofer, E. W. Potter, and George H. Wert. Wraps re-glued with small losses at spine ends; corner creases, front cover one is partailly cracked; brittles edges. Single Issue Magazine Very Good

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467.
Jungle Stories (John Peter Drummond; Alexander Wallace; Dan Cushman; Emmett McDowell; A. R. Stuart; Walter Galli)  
JUNGLE Stories: Fall (August-October) 1947
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Publisher: Glen-Kel Pub. NY.
Vol. 3, No. 12. [Edited by Malcolm Reiss.] Cover by Gross for "The Diamond Fangs of M'Mubi-M'Ni" (novel) by John Peter Drummond. Includes "The Orchid Death" (novelet) by Alexander Wallace; "Jewel of Jeopardy" (novelet) by Dan Cushman; "Thoth the Terrible" (novelet) by Emmett McDowell; "Tamba's Dream" by A. R. Stuart; "Jungle Drums" & "The Ashanti Wars" by Walter Gallis. Illustrated by Vestal, Savitt and others. Upper front edge lightly dampstained; creasing; hinge ends separation to 3 of 4 ends, upper front longest at 1.5" Pulp Good+ to Very Good-

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468.
Jungle Stories (John Peter Drummond; Alexander Wallace; Dan Cushman; Frank W. Gravlin; Bryce Walton; Allen Roy Evans)  
JUNGLE Stories: Spring (Feb.-April) 1947
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Publisher: Glen-Kel Pub. NY.
Vol. 3, No. 10. [Edited by Malcolm Reiss.] Cover by Gross for "Where Man-Beasts Prowl" (novel) by John Peter Drummond. Includes "The Ruby Death" (novelet) by Alexander Wallace; "Red Moon of Monkoto" (novelet) by Dan Cushman; "Headsmen of Skull River" (novelet) by Frank W. Gravlin; "Blood for the Black Ouanga" (novelet) by Bryce Walton; "Dark Land" by Allen Roy Evans. Illustrated by Savitt and others. Foredge rough; mild tanning.dealer's marks; minor soiling; minor wet spots; short tears at spine ends. Pulp Very Good

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469.
Jungle Stories (John Peter Drummond; Dan Cushman; Harlin Messer; Hamilton Craigie)  
JUNGLE Stories: Spring 1950
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Publisher: Glen-Kel Pub. NY.
Vol. 4, No. 10. Edited by Jerome Bixby. Cover art [by George Gross] for "Lost Priestess of the Nile" (novel) by John Peter Drummond. Includes "Strange Safari" 9novelet) by Dan Cushman; "The Fangs of Umkulu" by Harlin Messer; "Swamp of Dread Mist" by Hamilton Craigie. Illustrated by Vestal and Mayan. Cover re-glued at hinge; dealer's marks; 3/4" loss at spine heel. Appears VG+. Pulp Very Good

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470.
Jungle Stories (John Peter Drummond; John C. Ropke; Howard Bloomfield; Dan Cushman; Ross Rocklynne; John Starr; Larry Mc  
JUNGLE Stories: Winter 1945
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Publisher: Glen-Kel Pub. NY.
Vol. 3, No. 5. Cover by Gross for "Slave Brides for the Dawn-Men" (novel) by John Peter Drummond. Includes "Whispering Shadows" (novelet) by John C. Ropke; "Blood on the Oongad!" (novelet) by Howard Bloomfield; "Seekers of the Glittering Fetish" (novelet) by Dan Cushman; "Secret of Chamuki" by Ross Rocklynne; "Death-Gift of Baluda" by John Starr; "White Voodoo in Bar-ang!" by Larry McLane. Illustrated by Hollingsworth, Kiemle, and others. 3 of 4 hinges glue-repaied; dealer's mark; light creasing; standard edge flaws. Pulp Very Good

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471.
Mammoth Adventure (Frances M. Deegan; Alexander Blade; C. A. Baldwin; H. B. Hickey)  
MAMMOTH ADVENTURE: March, Mar. 1947
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Publisher: Ziff-Davis NY.
Vol. 2, No. 2. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover art by Arnold Kohn for "Panama Adder" (short novel) by H. B. Hickey. Includes "Valley of the Big Smoke" (short novel) by Frances M. Deegan; "No Holds Barred" (novelette) by Alexander Blade (house pseud.); "Cavern's End" by C. A. Baldwin. Features: "The Editor's Page"; "America's Camel Caravan" by H. R. Stanton; "The Reptile Man" by Gerald Keller; "Bonita Fleet" by Frances Yerxa; "Adventures of the Sea" by Warren Lesser; "Wolf Children of Midnapore" by Gary Lee Horton; "Secrets of the Sea" by R. Clayton; "An Heroic Medic" by Jeffrey Stevens; "Hindu Temple" by Alice Richards; "Pot o' Gold" by Joe Ellis; "To the Pole!" by Luke Call. Illustrated by Julian Krupa, Rod Ruth, Malcom Smith, and Henry Sharp. Messy black adhesive used to affix wraps to spine with some minor splatter to inside hinge areas; string impressions across middle; dealer's mark, small. Pulp Very Good-

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472.
Mammoth Adventure (Richard S. Shaver; Phillip Sharp; Berkeley Livingston; Leonard Finley Hilts; Alexander Blade; Lester  
MAMMOTH ADVENTURE: May 1947
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Publisher: Ziff-Davis NY.
Vol. 2, No. 3. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover art by Robert Gibson Jones for "The Loot of Babylon" (novel) by Richard S. Shaver. Includes "Primed to Kill" by Phillip Sharp; "The Fragrant Vagrant" (novelette) by Berkeley Livingston; "Bet or Get Out" (novelette) by Leonard Finley Hilts; "The Substitute Sword" by Alexander Blade [house pseud.]; "Tall, Dark and Ugly" (novelette) by Lester Barclay [Bekeley Livingston]. Features: "Te Editor's Page"; "The Elusive Treasure" by Alice Richards; "The Money is Here" by Charles Recour; "Crossing the Line" by Charles reeves; "Deep Sea Treasure" by Pete Boggs; "The Pourquois pas?" by Mildred Murdock; "Trip of the Trout" by Jim Marshall; "Hunting Quirks" by Pete Boggs; "The First S.O.S." by Jack Correl; "Bats" by Pet Boggs; "The Story of the Anson" & "Caribbean Treasure" by Alice Richards; "Pig-Sty Palace" by June Lurie; "Jade-Healer?" by June Lurie; "Dean Richmond's Disappearance" by June Lurie; "$50.00 Answer" by Pete Boggs; "Newsprint Adventure" by Alice Richards; "Voodoo Gods" by Arn Rich. Illustrated by Malcolm Smiith, Church, Rod Ruth, Joe Tillotson, Arnold Kohn, and Robert Fuqua. Creasing with a few dings and minor teras. Pulp Very Good+

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473.
Munsey (Frank Owen Payne; Brander Matthews; Sir Arthur Pearson; George Otis Smith; Ethel & James Dorrance; Jacques Belde  
MUNSEY's Magazine: October, Oct. 1920

Publisher: Munsey Co. NY.
Vol. LXXI, No.1. Cover story is "The Brains of the Family" (chaps. I-IV) by E. J. Rath. Includes "The Duke's Opera" by Belden; "Horshoes for Hazel" by Egan; "Law and Disorder" by Harte; "The Broadway of It" by Abdullah; "A Contract's a Contract" by Bechdolt; "The Pippin Passes" by Mason; "The Roof Tree" (chaps. X-XIII) by Buck; "Country Love" (chaps. X-XIII) by Footner. Articles: "Our Memorials of Columbus" by Payne; "The Organization of the Theater" by Matthews; "Victory over Blindness - The Story of St. Dunstan's" by Pearson; "Our Need for New Sources of Power" by Smith; "The Mesa Verde Park and Its Prehistoric Ruins" by the Dorrances. Strip along spine is missing; front cover mostly loose; else pretty nice. Pulp Fair

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474.
Putnam, J. Wesley  
PLAYTHINGS OF DESIRE
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Publisher: Mayfair Publishing New York N.D..
Reprint Softcover Very Good with no dust jacket; Spine weak. Pages yellowing; Trade PB; 96 pages

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475.
Short Stories (Frank Gruber; H. Bedford-Jones; S. Omar Barker; Irwin J. Weill; Andrew A. Caffrey; George Armin Shaftel;  
SHORT STORIES: July 10, 1941
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Publisher: Short Stories Inc. NY.
Vol. CLXXVI, No. 1 (whole no. 853). Cover by Pete Kuhlhoff for "The Navy Colt" (pt. 1 of 4) by Frank Gruber. Includes "The Curious Luck of the Desperate Actor" by H. Bedford-Jones; "Rule One for Sheriffs" by S. Omar Barker; "Curioditties" (feature) by Irwin J. Weill; "Time's Up" (complete novel) by Andrew A. Caffrey; "Money for Sale" by George Armin Shaftel; "The Bunyip of Opal Wells" (novelette) by Neil Martin; "Double Gamble" by G. W. Barrington; "Uncle" by Frank Richardson Pierce; "A Man to Beat Barlow" by Reece H. Hague; "Santa Rosa Hideout" (novelette) by William Corcoran; "Ol' Sancho" (verse) by S. Omar Barker. Features: "The Shooter's Corner" by Pete Kuhlhoff; "The Story Teller's Circle"; "Ends of the earth Club". Front hinge has been glued; short tears at hinge ends; upper front corner off; tanning. Pulp Good to Very Good

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476.
Short Stories (Hugh Jeffries; H. Bedford-Jones; Karl Detzer; Harry Sinclair Drago; Harold de Polo; Eustace L. Adams; Hug  
SHORT STORIES: April, Apr. 25, 1933
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Publisher: Doubleday, Doran & Co. NY.
Vol. CXLIII, No. 2 (whole no. 656). Cover by Frank Sprading. Includes "The Trained Cow Kills" (complete novel) by Hugh Jeffries; "Justice" by H. Bedford-Jones; "Red Star Box" by Karl Detzer; "Nailed Down" (novelette) by Harry Sinclair Drago; "Dance, Jack, Dance" by Harold de Polo; "Adventurers All" (feature) by Eustace L. Adams; "Pawn of Circumstance" by Hugh B. Cave; "The Cattle King of Little Egypt" (conclusion) by Raymond A. Berry; "Big Ben" by Henry G. Lamond; "They Come in Threes" (novelette) by Robert E. Pinkerton. Features: "The Story Teller's Circle"; "Outlands and Airways"; "Ends of the Earth Club." Minor edge nicks; large dealer's mark on rear. Pulp Very Good+

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477.
Short Stories (James Norman; George Bruce Marquis; Francis Gott; Paul Ernst; Harold Rogers; H. Bedford-Jones; Irwin J. W  
SHORT STORIES: January, Jan. 10, 1944
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Publisher: Short Stories Inc. NY.
Vol. CLXXXVI, No. 1. Cover by Benton Clarke for "An Inch of Time" (pt. 1 of 4) by Norman. Includes "On the Slumgullion Trail" by Marquis; "The Sims Ain'e Slackers" by Gott; "Pleased to Murder You" by Ernst; "Falcons Over Africa" by Rogers; "The One-Handed Siberian" by Bedford-Jones; "You Dig on Last Down" by Heuman; "Arctic Passage" by Lynch; "Four O'Clock Wind" by Phelps. Features: "Curioddities" by Weill; "The Shooter's Corner" by Kuhlhoff. Pulp Very Good+

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478.
Short Stories (Pete Kuhlhoff; Frank Richardson Pierce; William R. Cox; W. Scott Peacock; Neil Martin; Raymond S. Spears;  
SHORT STORIES: December, Dec. 1949
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Publisher: Short Stories Inc. NY.
Vol. CCVIII, No. 6 (whole no. 1944). Edited by D. McIlwraith. Cover by Oren R. Waggener for "The Charcoal Forest" (complete novel) by Frank Richardson Pierce. Includes "The Shooter's Corner" by Pete Kuhlhoff; "Push-Over" by William R. Cox; "Strike Brave-Strike True" by W. Scott Peacock; "Neatly Framed for Hanging" (pt. 2 of 2) by Neil Martin; "A Lady Trips Old Mississip" by Raymond S. Spears; "The Old World of Green" (verse) by Leah Bodine Drake; "The Other Side of the Mirror" by George Bruce Marquis; "The Burp Gun" by R. W. Daly; "Blind Man's Cave" by Clay Perry; "Paladin Pilot" by Captain Leslie C. Burbridge; "The Noble Dynamiter" (novelette) by Steuart Emery.Illustrated by Chas Wood, Humiston, Kuhlhoff, and others. Wraps re-glued and spine panel lacks a few small bits (less than 1" altogether); old tape at spine head. Pulp Very Good-

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479.
Short Stories (Pete Kuhlhoff; Hugh B. Cave; Ray Millholland; Caddo Cameron; Frank Gruber; George C. Appell; John Scott D  
SHORT STORIES: July 10, 1948
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Publisher: Short Stories Inc. NY.
Vol. CCV, No. 1 (whole no. 1019). Edited by D. McIlwraith. Cover by Charles Wood for "The Flame" (novelette) by Hugh B. Cave. Includes "Shooter's Corner" by Pete Kuhlhoff; "Spring Workout" by Ray Millholland; "A Gunman's Fourth" by Caddo Cameron; "The Jungle Shawl" (conclusion) by Frank Gruber; "Men Who Wouldn't Die" by George C. Appell; "Pompey Peeble's Quest" by John Scott Douglas; "George's Jump for Life" by Clay Perry; "The Manana Kid - Boom-Camp Badman" by Norman A. Fox; "Death in Ambush" (novelette) by Walter de Steigner; "The Jade Scrlotti" by Carl Jacobi; "Miner's Meetin'" by James B. Hendryx. Illustrated by Humiston, Kuhlhoff, Page Trotter, Napoli, and others. Owner's marks on cover; minor chips and tears. Pulp Very Good+

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480.
Short Stories (Pete Kuhlhoff; Wilbur S. Peacock; Verne Athanas; Jack Karney; Frank Richardson Pierce; Rui Chestor; Caddo  
SHORT STORIES: April, Apr. 1950
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Publisher: Short Stories Inc. NY.
Vol. CCIX, No. 4. Edited by Dorothy McIlwraith. Cover by Charles Wood for "Smuggler's Cove" (novelette) by Wilbur S. Peacock. Includes "The Storyteller's Circle" (Caddo Cameron); "The Shooter's Corner" by Pete Kuhlhoff; "The Stinking Buckets" by Verne Athanas; "The Challenger" by Jack Karney; "Where's the Body?" by Frank Richardson Pierce; "Police Magic" by Rui Chestor; "Spirit of the Feud" (pt. 2 of 3) by Caddo Cameron; "Mind Under Matter" by John Prescott; "The Man Who Was Half" (novelette) by Paul Kingston; "Jabe McCainless Comes Home" by John E. Kelly; "Horse Race in Jezebel" (novelette) by Steuart Emery. Tears at hinge ends; area of front hiwas sunned and is darkened, but not brittle. Pulp Very Good-

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481.
Short Stories (W. C. Tuttle; Jim Ray; H. Bedford-Jones; Joel Townsley Rogers; Irwin J. Weill; Don Cameron Shafer; Jay Lu  
SHORT STORIES: March, Mar. 25, 1943
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Publisher: Short Stories Inc. NY.
Vol. CLXXXII, No. 6 (whole no. 894). Edited by D. McIlwraith. Cover by Pete Kuhlhoff for "The Wolves of Lobo Butte" (novel) by W. C. Tuttle. Includes "Wings for Victory" by Jim Ray; "Loot of the Solomons (Our far Flung Battle Line)" by H. Bedford-Jones; "The Mirror and the Clock" (novelette) by Joel Townsley Rogers; "Curioddities" (Feature) by Irwin J. Weill; "Were-Wolf" by Don Cameron Shafer; "the Gun Fighter" (pt. 2 of 4) by Jay Lucas; "Guy with a Cap" by C. N. Detzer; "Barrier Reef" by James Francis Dwyer; "The Shooter's Corner" (Feature) by Pete Kuhlhoff. Illustrated by Kuhlhoff, Humiston, and others. Small glue repair at lower front hinge corner; tears at foredges with small bit out at front; minor cover erasure; minor wet spots at front cover edges, only noticeable on reverse. Pulp Very Good

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482.
Short Stories (W. C. Tuttle; Wilbur S. Peacock; Pete Kuhlhoff; Charles Yerkow; Irwin J. Weill; Crawford Sullivan; Frank  
SHORT STORIES: June 25, 1948
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Publisher: Short Stories Inc. NY.
Vol. CCIV, No. 5 (whole no. 1018). Edited by D. McIlwraith. Cover by Benton Clark for "Dead Men Don't Need to Talk" (long novelette; Hashknife series) by W. C. Tuttle. Includes "What's In It For Me?" by Wilbur S. Peacock; "The Shooter's Corner" by Pete Kuhlhoff; "Island Freighter" (novelette) by Charles Yerkow; "Curioddities" by Irwin J. Weill; "Year of the Flood" by Crawford Sullivan; "The Jungle Shawl" (pt. 3 of 4) by Frank Gruber; "The Right to Command" by R. W. Daly; "fugitive from Injustice" by Frank Richardson Pierce; "The Man Who Made It Rain" by Sam Carson; "Bury Me Deep in a Boxcar" (novelette) by William L. Rhode. Illustrated by Kuhlhoff, Humiston, Piellusch, and others. "Compliments of Publisher" stamnped on cover; minor tears and chips. Pulp Very Good+ to Near Fine

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483.
Short Stories (William MacLeod Raine; R. E. Hamilton; Karl W. Detzer; Reginald C. Barker; Carmony Grove; Jack Hulick; Ba  
SHORT STORIES: March, Mar. 10, 1932
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Publisher: Doubleday, Doran & Co. NY.
Vol. CXXXVIII, No. 5 (whole no. 629). Cover by William Reusswig for "Gone Bad" (pt. 1) by William MacLeod Raine. includes "Everybody's Scared of Somethiong" by the Editor; "The Eyes of the Dragon" (novel) by R. E. Hamilton; "The Dull Ax" by Karl W. Detzer; "Three Men Came Back" by Reginald C. Barker; "High Bridge" by Carmony Grove; "Devil's Cache" by Jack Hulick; "Rattlesnake Weather" by Barry Scobee; "Smuggler's Luck" by Guy Holden; "Not in the Bag" by Joseph B. Fox; "Allegiance" (novelette) by L. Clifford; "Adventurers All" by A. McCann. Features: "The Story Teller's Circle"; "Outlands and Airways"; "Ends of the Earth Club." Rear cover taped on by 6 short pieces of perpendicular tape. Pulp Good to Very Good

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484.
Sky Fighters (Frederick C. Painton; George Bruce; F. E. Rechnitzer; Peter Barrett; Bruce McAlester; Robert Sidney Bowen;  
SKY FIGHTERS: May 1937
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Publisher: Better Publications NY 1937.
Vol. XVII, no. 1. Pulp magazine. Cover art by Eugene M. Franzden for "The Tough Don't Pray" (novel) by Frederick C. Painton. Includes "Born to Fly" (novelette) by George Bruce; "Blunder Flight" by F. E. Rechnitzer; "Traitor Patrol" by Peter Barrett; "Ace killer" by Bruce McAlester; "Hellion's Wings" by Robert Sidney Bowen. Special Flying Features: "caterpillar Club - Story of Lieut. Norman R. Nurnett"; "Famous Sky Fighter" (illustrations"; "The Ships on the Cover" by Eugene M. Frandzen; "Scrambled Ships'; "Learn to Fly" by Lieut. Jay D. Blaufox; "Ack Emma's Brain-teaser"; "Library of War Planes"; "Tarmac Talk" by Eddie McCrae. Illustrated by Franzden. Creasing; a few short tears. Single Issue Magazine Very Good-

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485.
Sky Fighters (Major George Fielding Eliot; George Bruce; Hugh James; R. Sidney Bowen; Joe Archibald; Lieut. Frank Johnso  
SKY FIGHTERS: October, Oct. 1935
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Publisher: Wm. L. Mayer & Co. NY 1935.
Vol. XI, no. 1. Pulp magazine. Cover by E. M. Frandzen. Includes "Code of the Sky" (novel) by Major George Fielding Eliot; "The Squadron Commander" (novelette) by George Bruce; "Heroes Two" by Hugh James; "The Soft Eagle" by R. Sidney Bowen; "Cocardes of Courage" by Joe Archibald; "Poison Planes" by Lieut. Frank Johnson. Special Flying Features: "A Personal Message" by Harry F. Guggenheim; "Ships on the Cover" by Eugene M. Frandzen; "My Most Thrilling Sky Fight" by Capt. Hamilton Coolidge; "Famous Sky Fighters" (illustrated feature); "Scrambled Ships" (test of knowledge); "Library of War Planes" (Illustrations); "Learn to Fly" by Lieut. Jay D. Blaufox; "Flight Leader's Puzzle"; "Dictionary of Air Terms"; "Tarmac Talk" by Eddie McCrae. Taped at inside and outside cover edges as well as inside hinges; many store stamps and a store label affixed to cover; a child has shaded over most planes in interior illustration with pencil; dealer's marks. Solid copy, not brittle. Single Issue Magazine Good+

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486.
Sky Fighters (Robert J. Hogan; Robert Sidney Bowen; Arthur J. Burks; Johanas L. Bouma; O. B. Myers; John Foster West; Li  
SKY FIGHTERS: Fall 1948
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Publisher: Better Publications NY 1945.
Vol. XXXVI, no. 3. Pulp magazine. Cover art is uncredited for "Raiders in Camouflage" (novelet) by Robert J. Hogan; "Operation Fifty Below" (novelet) by Robert Sidney Bowen; "Night Flight from Trinidad" (novelet) by Arthur J. Burks; "Flight Surgeon" by Johanas L. Bouma; "Blood on the Moon" by O. B. Myers; "Tight Squeeze" by John Foster West; "Pilots Count, Too!" by Lieut. Scott Morgan. Features: "Tarmac Talk" by 'The Skipper'; "Pilot's Quiz"; "Uncle Sam's Magic Hat" by Bill Burleigh; "High in Courage" by Major C. B. Colby, CAP; "Thrills in the Air" by Jack Kofoed. Illustrated by Morey and others. Owner's marks in pen on first page; dealer's mark on cover; mild tanning; minor soiling. Single Issue Magazine Very Good+

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487.
Sky Fighters (Steuart M. Emery; Sam Merwin, Jr.; Joe Archibald; Jackson V. Scholz; Hal White; Robert Sidney Brown; Capt.  
SKY FIGHTERS: Spring 1945
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Publisher: Better Publications NY 1945.
Vol. XXXII, no. 1. Pulp magazine. Slim wartime issue, 82pps. Cover is uncredited for "Black Nest of Calais" (novel) by Steuart M. Emery. Includes "A Flier Goes to Sea" (novelet) by Sam Merwin, Jr.; "Ambrose Hooley, C.O." by Joe Archibald; "Fair Dinkum" by Jackson V. Scholz; "The Birds Sing Bass" by Hal White; "Burma Blitz" by Robert Sidney Brown. Features: "Tarmac Talk" by 'The Skipper'; "The Tulsa Tornado" by Capt. George H. Fritz"; "Pilot's Quiz"; "Hari Kiri Trail" by Carter Sprague [Sam Merwin, Jr]; "Wings of War". Illustrated by Morey and others. Tanning; minor edge tears and chip. Mass Market Paperback Very Good+

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488.
Thrilling Adventure (Frederick C. Painton; John Portas; Bob McKay; William Clelland; Capt. Kerry McRoberts; Carl Nichols  
THRILLING ADVENTURES: February, Feb. 1939
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Publisher: Standard Magazines NY 1939.
Vol. XXVIII, no. 3. Pulp magazine. [Edited by Mortimer Weisinger.] Cover art by E. K. Bergey for "The Loot of Istanbul" (novel) by Frederick C. Painton. Includes "Sauce for the Gander" by John Portas; "Ace Jordan" (picture feature) by Bob McKay; "Death Flings a Challenge" by William Clelland; "Rhino Whip" by Capt. Kerry McRoberts; "Jungle Gold" by Carl Nichols; "Adventure Thrills" (illustrations); "Apache Revenge" by Capt. J. Winchcombe-Taylor; "The Globe-Trotter" (dept.). Illustrated by Parkhurst and others. Minor edge fray; a little soiling along hinge; 1" loss at spine heel; minor losses to rear at mid-hinge and some staining in narrow strip at upper edge. Single Issue Magazine Very Good

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489.
Top-Notch (Ralph Boston; Tex Bradley; Robert H. H. Nichols; Paul Hosmer; Warren Elliott Carleton; Clay Perry; William M.  
TOP-NOTCH Magazine: First December, Dec. 1931
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Publisher: Street & Smith NY.
Vol. LXXXVIII, No. 1. Cover is uncredited for "The Murder Broker" (novelette) by Ralph Boston. Includes "Kid Buckaroo's Bar Anchor Job" (novelette) by Tex Bradley; "Toy Bulldog" (novelette) by Robert H. H. Nichols; "Teeth for Timberbeasts" by Paul Hosmer; "Death on the Girders" by Warren Elliott Carleton; "Talking Rivers" by Clay Perry; "The Fifth X" by William M. Stuart; "Say It With Punches!" by Edmond A. DuPerrier; "The Last Down" (pt. 3 of 4) by Lieutenant John Hopper; "The Reward" (verse) by Bert Cooksley" Your Views - And Ours". Illustrated by Rafael de Soto and 1 uncredited. Dampstaining, upper half, fairly mild and worst to rear cover; foredge trimmed; chips and short tears; nearly 2" of upper spin elost. Pulp Good

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490.
Top-Notch (Tex Bradley; Walter Adolphe Roberts; Carmony Gove; Al P. Nelson; Thomas W. Duncan; Charles W. Fessier; Ben Co  
TOP-NOTCH Magazine: June 15, 1932
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Publisher: Street & Smith NY.
Vol. XC, No. 2. Cover by Don Hewitt for "Rubies of Wreckers' Reef" (pt. 1 of 5) by Ben Conlon. Includes "Gun Smoke on Devil's Mesa" (novelette) by Tex Bradley; "William Walker - Man of Destiny" (novelette) by Walter Adolphe Roberts; "Itchy-foot" by Carmony Gove; "Slough Pig" by Al P. Nelson; "One Man's Muscle" by Thomas W. Duncan; "Far-away's Reward" by Charles W. Fessier; "The Great Stendahl Mystery" (pt. 6 of 6) by Howard Ellis Morgan. Verse: "Lyric Night' by Anton Romatka; "Top-Notch Talk". Illustrated by Rafael de Soto, R.G., and C.R.F. Dampstaining, upper quarter, fairly mild, but covver is rough at areawith corner pices lost; losses at spine ends. Pulp Good-

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491.
Top-Notch (Wilder Anthony; Norman J. Bonney; Horatio Winslow; Miles Overholt; Murray Leinster; Frederick Hart; Thomas Th  
TOP-NOTCH Magazine: January, Jan. 15, 1923
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Publisher: Street & Smith NY.
Vol. LII, No. 6. Cover by Sidney P. Riesenberg, Includes "The Yellow Hand" (novel) by Wilder Anthony; "Bloom of the Badlands" (novelette) by Norman J. Bonney; "Change About" by Horatio Winslow; "Next' for the Lady's Barber" by Miles Overholt; "A Deep-Sea Bluff" by Murray Leinster; "Play Ball or Bust" by Frederick Hart; "Don't Make Me Laugh!" by Thomas Thursday; "Tommy Snooks, Detective" by Adelaide Hey; "Forbidden Sport" by Ralph Heidingsfeld; "Rogues of the Radio" (pt. 2 of 3) by E. Whitman Chambers; "Golden Forst" (pt. 1 of 3) by Ethel & James Dorrance. Td-Bits - Verse and Prose: "Sea Traders" by Burt Franklin Jenness; "In a Hollywood Cafeteria" by William Henry Wright; "That Littlke Old House" by G. G. Bostwick; "Top Notch Talk". Wraps re-glued; faint dampstain at upper foredge corner; some corner chipping, creasing, minor stains, and short tears; wraps have probably been trimmed; name on cover in pencil. Pulp Good+ to Very Good-

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492.
Wide World (C. J. Dickie; Joe W. White; Frank Rose; F. A. M. Webster; Harry Somerset-Lister; John A. Jordon; Lucy M. J.  
The WIDE WORLD: October, Oct. 1919
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Publisher: George Newnes - International News Co. NY 1919.
Vol. XLIII, No. 258. Cover art is uncredited for "My Mine-Sweeping Experiences" by Joe W. White. Includes "Hunting Wild Catttle" by C. J. Dickie; "The Golden Nugget" (short story) by Frank Rose; "The One-Handed Hunter and the Rhinocerous" (short story) by F. A. M. Webster; "In the Wilds of Siberia -III" by Harry Somerset-Lister; "My Adventures with the Wanderobo" by John A. Jordon; "The Strange Order of the Dervishes" by Lucy M. J. Garnett; "Filming the Sea Elephant" by P. R. Gordon; "The Adventures of a Newspaper-Man-V" by Frederic Martyn; "My Weekend at Freetown" by Ruth Quine McBride; "Relief Worker's Adventures" by Thomas Dan Heald; "Kangaroo Hunting and Bark Stripping" by Frank T. Turner; "My South African Adventures" by Jack West; "Canary Birds at School" by Henri Gaillard; "odds and Ends". Illustations by Stanley L. Wood, Ellis Silas, Leo Bates, Arch Webb, G. H. Evison, Warwick Reynolds, Graham Simmons, Tom Peddie, Geo P. Carruthers, T. H. Robinson, and photographs. Spine tears with glue repairs and small losses; creasing. Single Issue Magazine Good to Very Good-

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Wide World (C. V. Hughes; Carl B. Livingston; G. Grant Simons; R. St. Barbe Baker; Frank Cassidy; Oscar Cook; Capt. John  
The WIDE WORLD: July 1925
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Publisher: George Newnes - International News Co. NY 1925.
Vol. LV, No.327. Cover art is uncredited (W.T.N.) for "The Yogi's Curse" by C. V. Hughes. Includes "An Underground Wonderland" by Carl B. Livingston; "Adrift in the China Seas" by G. Grant Simons; "Watu Wa Mitt!" by R. St. Barbe Baker; "The Man Who Wnated a Change" by Frank Cassidy; "Two Years in Borneo - I" by Oscar Cook; "The Promotion of Private Smith" by Capt. John H. Carson; "The Last of the Bushrangers" by Mrs. Mary J. Nicholas; "Forbidden Nepal" by Hugh Walter; "White Man's Magic" by Capt. J. C. McGill-Nutt; "Where Cannibals Roam - II" by Merlin Moore Taylor; "Old Peter" by C. N. C. Hayter; "What Happened to Spott" by Ronald Muir Ferguson. illustrated by Thos. Somerfield, Serge Drigin, Norman Sutcliffe, Cyril Holloway, John Cameron, F. E. Hiley, Kenneth Inns, and many photos. Small loss at spine heel and adjacent cover bit; 1" tear at spien head; other minor edge tears. Single Issue Magazine Very Good+

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494.
Wide World (Capt. A. Halcrow; Wilmon Menard; H. P. Musson; Douglas V. Duff; Francis Dickie; Cassiter Wright; W. J. Tinga  
The WIDE WORLD: May 1936
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Publisher: George Newnes - International News Co. NY 1936.
Vol. LXXVII, No.458. Cover art by W.T. Nicotson for "Fire-Walkers of the South Seas" by Wilmon Menard. Includes "Welsh John" by Capt. A. Halcrow; "Burned Boats -IV" by H. P. Musson; "Smashing the Dope-Smugglers" by Douglas V. Duff; "Nuts!" by Francis Dickie; "The Gold-Thieves" by Cassiter Wright; "Johhny the Jackaroo" (short story) by W. J. Tingay; "Three Rogues" (short story) by John Coghlan; "Rod's Tiger" by D. H. M.; "A Deal in Rubber" by Frederick Turner; "With Hounds in Mashonaland" by "Murunga"; "Wayside India" by Truda Hope; "The Unlucky Tree" by "Memoria"; "Man and His Needs" by "The Captain"; "Stamps of the World" by Fred J. Melville. Illustrated by W. R. S. Stott, W. G. Gale, S. Abbey, Grace Golden, john de Walton, Reginald Cleaver, Lathan, Ernest Prater, S. Tresilian, George Soper, and many photos. Creasing; minor tear at spine head and slight stress. Single Issue Magazine Very Good

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495.
Wide World (Capt. Barry O'Brien; Alan Villiers; J. Funnell & Noel A. Raddatz; J. E. Knox; W. Leigh Williams; R. Hansen;  
The WIDE WORLD: February, Feb. 1939
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Publisher: George Newnes - International News Co. NY 1939.
Vol. LXXXII, No. 491. Cover art by W.T. Nicotson for "Island of Tragedy" by James Humbert & Alan Burgess. Includes "No Scholar" by Capt. Barry O'Brien; "Round the World in the 'Conrad' - II" by Alan Villiers; "The Gold-Thieves" by J. Funnell & Noel A. Raddatz; "Bushed" by J. E. Knox; "Murder by Elephant" by W. Leigh Williams; "Midnight" by R. Hansen; "Chinese Burglars" by R. A. Close; "The Guardian Snake" by James MacIntyre & Hakim; "Hendricks Meets a Man-Eater" by John Leff; "Backwash of Revolution" by T. Martyn; "Canada's Mining Boom" by James Montanges; "TThe Queer Side of Things: The Wing-Bone" by B. le M. Andrew; ; "The Editor's Post-Bag"; "Man and His Needs" by 'The Captain'; "Stamps of the World" by Fred J. Melville. Illustrated by W. R. S. Stott, W. J. Gale, H. M. Brock, S. Tresilian, Claude Bendall, Cyril Holloway, T. C. Caney, George Soper, Kenneth Inns, and photographs. Cover and several following pages subscription creased; initial add pages corner clipped; spine head bumped with 1/2" loss. Single Issue Magazine Good to Very Good-

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496.
Wide World (Charles A. Siringo; T. E. Grady; Walter Grainge White, F.R.G.S.; R. J. C. Scott; Kai R. Dahl; H. H. Dunn; Ja  
The WIDE WORLD: November, Nov. 1926
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Publisher: George Newnes - International News Co. NY 1926.
Vol. LVIII, No. 343. Cover by W. T. Nicholson for "The 'Phantom Killer" by James Craven. Includes "The Trouble in the Coeur D'Arlene - 1" by Charles A. Siringo; "Nemesis!" by T. E. Grady; "The Sea Gypsies of Malaya" by Walter Grainge White, F.R.G.S.; "One Night in Mosul" by R. J. C. Scott; "Adrift on the Arctic Ice - II" by Kai R. Dahl; "The Passing of a President" by H. H. Dunn; "The Death Valley Teamsters" by Jacob Allred; "The Witch-Woman" by E. Creighton Duff; "A Matter of Minutes" by O. M. Beardsley; "Across North America in a Motor Boat - III" by John Edwin Hogg; "South African Police-Dogs" by W. G. P. Reynolds; "A Fight in the Dark" by Joseph Gale & R. D. S. McMillan; "From My Letter Bag" by the Editor. Illustrated by Stanley L. Wood, Ernest Prater, D. MacPherson, W. G. York, F. E. Hiley, G. Soper, A. W. Sindall. John de Walton, Norman Surcliffe, Conrad Leigh, and photographs. Creasing; edge nicks; minor losses at spine ends. Single Issue Magazine Very Good+

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497.
Wide World (E. D. Winson; Wallace McWade; C. V. Tench; Derick Wilson; Alan Burgess; David Irwin & Wm. P. Schramm; K. G.  
The WIDE WORLD: September, Sept. 1939
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Publisher: George Newnes - International News Co. NY 1939.
Vol. LXXXIII, No.498. Cover art by W.T. Nicotson for "Black Man Juju" by E. D. Winson. Includes "Dollar John" by Wallace McWade; "Through Hell's Gate" by C. V. Tench; "Wild Catting - II" by Derick Wilson; "Seeking South Sea Romance - IV" by Alan Burgess; "Adventures Among the Eskimos" by David Irwin & Wm. P. Schramm; "Who Was the Thief" by K. G. Randell; "The Long Arm" by David Halcrow; "Where Time Stands Still" by J. Stuart Lucy; "A Million-to-One Chance" by Captain R. A. Bennett, O.B.E.; "Australian Buffalo-Hunters" by Ewen K. Patterson; "The Longest Road-Race on Record" by Captain T. Yates-Benyon, F. R. G. S.; "The Road Makers - I" by Thomas Williams; "Man and His Needs" by "The Captain"; "Stamps of the World" by Fred J. Melville. Illustrated by Alfred Sindall, Kenneth Inns, C. Caney, S. Tresilian, Jack Nicolle, T. T. Cuneo, Ernest Prater, George Soper, W. R. S. Stott, Reginald Cleaver, and photographs. First 5 ads pages coner clipped; cover creased; contents checked off in pencil. Single Issue Magazine Very Good-

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498.
Wide World (Gabriel Siroux; Walter G. Patterson; A. Pitcairn-Knowles; J. A. Jordan; L. St. C. Grondona; Clement W. Ausma  
The WIDE WORLD: November, Nov. 1917
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Publisher: George Newnes - International News Co. NY 1917.
Vol. XL, No. 235. Cover art by Frank Wright for "The Burning of the Prisoners in the Punishment Hut" by Gabriel Siroux; "The Six Skulls - III" by Walter G. Patterson; "The Mast-Shooters of Belgium" by A. Pitcairn-Knowles; "The Unlucky Motor-Boat" by J. A. Jordan; "Queer Fixes: A Terrible Bedfellow" by L. St. C. Grondona; "Queer Fixes: Six Days in a Well" by Clement W. Ausman; "Queer Fixes: The Blow-Pipe Test" by H. C. Jackson; "The Seaplane Patrol" by 'A Seaplane Observer'; "Historic Crimes and Mysteries" by Walt Mason; "The Port Elizabeth 'Spook" by Will A. Gingell; "Strange Stories of the War: How We Rescued the Commander" by Norman Line; "Strange Stories of the War: The Secret Cave" by 'An Australian Officer'; "Strange Stories of the War: Into the Hand of a Woman" by G. Frederic Lees; "The Death-Room" by W. H. Adams; "Pumping a Great Sea Dry" by John Sheppard; "An Underground City of Salt" by J. Joslyn; "railway Building in teh Wilderness - III" by Lacey Amy; "Odds and Ends". Illustrated by Frank Wright, G. Henry Evison, W. E. Wigfull, Warwick Reynolds, R. G. McDowell, Hy. Collar, W. Herbert Holloway, and photographs. 1" loss at spine head; stress; creasing. Single Issue Magazine Very Good

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499.
Wide World (Geo. Goodchild; D. J. Francis; Francis J. Dickie; 'Muzaffer'; 'Artificer Engineer, R.N.'; Day Allen Willey;  
The WIDE WORLD: December, Dec. 1916
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Publisher: George Newnes - International News Co. NY 1916.
Vol. 224, No. 38. Cover by Gilbert for "Scabano of Porcupine River" by Geo. Goodchild. Includes "His Lordship" by D. J. Francis; "Canada's Last Frontier - 1" by Francis J. Dickie; "In the Droving Days" by 'Muzaffer'; "Under the Keel" by 'Artificer Engineer, R.N.'; "The Fire-Fighters of the Wilds" by Day Allen Willey; "The Light Blue Envelope" by Charles J. Brandreth, F.R.G.S.; "My Seven Years' Imprisonment in Prussia" by Alder Anderson; "Fishers of the Air" by Herbert Vivian; "The Mutiny of the Z-.-II" by Albert E. Smith; "A Desperate Drive" by Claude W. Allen; "A Deal in Eggs" by Stanley Mayall; "An Englishwoman in South America -1" by M. Mayer-Nixson. Illustrated by A. Gilbert, W. H. Holloway, Stanley L. Wood, N. S. Pitcher, L. Bates, Fred leist, W. E. Wigfull, Warwick Reynolds, C. E. Montford, Esmond Wood, and photographs. Tears at spine ends with small losses; small piece of upper front foredge corner off. Single Issue Magazine Very Good

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Wide World (Harry H. Dunn; Phyllis L. Burne; Capt. A. B. Spens; Lieut. E. W. P. Chinnery; Maj. W. T. Blake; Robert Winga  
The WIDE WORLD: November, Nov. 1919
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Publisher: George Newnes - International News Co. NY 1919.
Vol. XLIV, No. 259. Cover art by Nicotson. Includes "The End of the Master Bandit" by Harry H. Dunn; "The Women Snake-Charmers of Mount Popa" by Phyllis L. Burne; "The Revenge of the Kuka Khels" by Capt. A. B. Spens; "In Quest of Cannibals - I" by Lieut. E. W. P. Chinnery; "Desert Flying" by Maj. W. T. Blake; "Morrison's Moose" by Robert Wingate; "Relief Worker's Adventures - IV" by Thomas Dann Heald; "My Day With Royalty" by Hugh Thomason; "The Sheep Thief" by Gerald Aymer; "My South African Adventures - III" by Jack West; "The Bear Man" by Lionel Kingsley; "The Adventures of a Newspaper-Man - VI" by Frederic Martyn; "Trapped in a Sunken Submarine" by Hubert Stringer; "Black Man's Magic" by Bernard St. Lawrence; "'Twixt the Snake and the Rock" by F. A. M. Webster; "Dragged by an Airship" by Wilfrid E. Jones; "The Apostle of the Coco-nut" by Thomas McMahon. Illustrated by Ernest Prater, John de Walton, Arch Webb, E. H. Thomas, Tom Peddie, Alfred Leete, G. P. Carruthers, T. H. Robinson, G. Soper, G. H. Evison, Ralph Cleaver, and photographs. No back cover; 60% of spine cover lost; cover glued on at hinge; stain at cover foredge affects first page. Single Issue Magazine Fair to Good

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501.
Wide World (Lieut.-Gen. Sir George MacMunn; 'Kongosan'; Dwight Long; Ronald Hansen; Contance M. Locke; J. M. Gilroy; A.C  
The WIDE WORLD: November, Nov. 1939
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Publisher: George Newnes - International News Co. NY 1939.
Vol. LXXXIV, No.500. Cover art by W.T. Nicotson for "Graveyard Gold" by J. M. Gilroy. Includes "The Passing of Hamid Gul" by Lieut.-Gen. Sir George MacMunn; "Gold-Running in Korea" by 'Kongosan'; "The Odyssey of 'Idle Hour'-1" by Dwight Long; "A Deal in Cattle" by Ronald Hansen; "Monkey Island" by Contance M. Locke; "The Stamp-Dealer's Story" by A.C.T.; "Gold for Silver" by 'Ajax'; "The Clean-up" by James McCormick; "The Cod-Fishers" by B. Bremer; "Unlucky Opal" by James Cowan & A. V. Hall; "Dead Men's Shoes" by 'Cappy Ricks'; "Man and His Needs" by 'The Captain'; "Stamps of the World" by Fred J. Melville. Illustrated by Cyril Holloway, S. Tresilian, Jack Nicolle, Ernest Prater, Lathan, T. T. Cuneo, George Soper, Reginald Cleaver, and photographs. Creasing; first page (ads) corner clipped; a couple of checkmarks on contents page. Single Issue Magazine Very Good-

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Wide World (Merlin Moore Taylor; Allan Borders; Sir Charles Piers, Bart.; L. R. Brightwell, F.Z.S.; Ellis Silas, F.F.G.S  
The WIDE WORLD: June 1925
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Publisher: George Newnes - International News Co. NY 1925.
Vol. LV, No.326. Cover art is uncredited for "An Artisit on a Tropical Isle" by Ellis Silas, F.R.G.S. Includes "Where Cannibals Roam - I" by Merlin Moore Taylor; "Twisted' Harmon" by Allan Borders; "Life in a Logging Camp" by Sir Charles Piers, Bart.; "Trawler Tidd" by L. R. Brightwell, F.Z.S.; "Wild Triobes of the Amazon - III" by C. W. Domville-Fife; "Chasing the Pulajans" by Major C. J. Crockett; "To the 'End of the World' and Beyond" by Capt. Gault MacGowan, F.R.G.S.; "The Fatal Slip" (short fiction) by Arthur Cursham; "One Up on 'Homie" (short fiction) by Jack Elwyn; "The Taming of the Sheriff" by J. E. Hogg; "Down the Shaft" by W. Charnley; "Five Hundred Miles in Open Boats" by Sergeant-Major C. N. C. Hayter. Illustrated by John de Walton, G. P. Carruthers, L. R. Brightwell, Ellis Silas, Stanley L. Wood, Conrad Leigh, Harry Lane, Treyer Evans, S. Abbey, T. H. Robinson, G. Soper, and others, as well as many photos. Spine mostly gone; covers glued on at hinges. Single Issue Magazine Good to Very Good-

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Wide World (Mountie; Maj. C. H. Buck; Desmond Holdridge; Robert J. Smith; Paloomba; F. L. Russell; Sinclair Brown; Willi  
The WIDE WORLD: March, Mar. 1941
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Publisher: George Newnes - International News Co. NY 1923.
Vol. LXXXVI, No.516. Cover art is by W.T. Nicotson for "The Gold That Wasn't" by Sinclair Brown. Includes "Behind the Scarlet Coat" by "Mountie"; "The 'Servant Problem' in India" by Maj. C. H. Buck; "The Labrador in the 'Dolphin' - III" by Desmond Holdridge; "Phases of Life: Hunting Whales with Speed Boats" by Robert J. Smith; "Phases of Life: Bird-Kingdoms of the Coral Sea" by "Paloomba"; "Heir Number Six" by F. L. Russell; "The Queer Side of Things: A Dead Man's Tale" by William L. Latou; "The Mine-Guard" by Dennis Laurie; "The vengeance of Pak Sing" by Capt. W. Brooke; "Fallen Among Theives" by Dr. P. S. Coleman; "Who Am I?" by "X"; "Man and His Needs" by "The Captain"; "Stamps of the World" by L. N. & M. Williams. Illustrated by S. Tresilian, C. H. Buck, Edward Osmond, Norman Sutcliffe, G. Litchfield, and photographs. First page (ads) corner clipped; subscription creased;minor edge tears and creases. Single Issue Magazine Very Good-

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504.
Wide World (Operative No. 13; A. C. G. Hastings; Alan Sullivan; Lawrence G. Green; A. Halcrow; N. de Bertrand Lugrin; Li  
The WIDE WORLD: January, Jan. 1932
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Publisher: George Newnes - International News Co. NY 1932.
Vol. LXVIII, No.406. Cover art is uncredited (W.T.N?) for "The Cattle Race" by N. de Bertrand Lugrin. includes "The Adventures of Revenue Officer: No. 1 - The Devil's Hollow Moonshiners" by "Operative No. 13"; "The Cannibals of Tula" by A. C. G. Hastings; "Starvation!" (short story) by Alan Sullivan; "Huberta the Hippo" (short story) by Lawrence G. Green; "The Mystery of the 'Moorish' Prince" by A. Halcrow; "the Queer Side of Things - The Pir's Tomb" by Lieut.-Col. G. E. Smart; "Across the Sulu Sea - II" by "Wayfarer"; "Kava" by N. B. Nayler & M. H. Mason; "The 'Burra-Mugger" by Capt. M. E. S. Laws; "The Cleaning-Up of Williamson County - IV" by Carl N. Taylor; "Man and His Needs" by "The Captain"; "Stamps of the World" by Fred. J. Melville. Illustrated by W. R. S. Stott, T. Cuneo, G. W. Goss, L. G. Illingworth, E. S. Hodgson, S. Tresilian, B. J. Dawson, Cyril Holloway, Kenneth Inns, Conrad Leigh, D. L. Wynne, and many photos. Cover creased, else nice. Single Issue Magazine Very Good

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505.
Wide World (Pte. Miron D. Arber; Eugenie Martin; J. A. Jordon; Walt Mason; Reginald Farrer; H. H. Dunn; Chas. A. Jameiso  
The WIDE WORLD: August, Aug. 1917
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Publisher: George Newnes - International News Co. NY 1917.
Vol. XXXIX, No. 23. Photo cover for "My Escape from the Turks Disguised as a Woman" by Pte. Miron D. Arber. Includes "The Lod ofg the 'Moewe" by Eugenie Martin; "A Brush with the Kisi" by J. A. Jordon; "Historic Crimes and Mysteries" by Walt Mason; "On the Borders of TTibet -IV" by Reginald Farrer; "A Bandit's Bride -II" by H. H. Dunn; "Strange Stories of the War"; "Wang Yin-Shee and the Panther" by Chas. A. Jameison; "A Flying Man in South America- V" by Sydney H. North; "How We Stole the Tug-Boat" by G. Frederick Lees; "The Downfall of Dave Rodger" by Victor Fitt-Kethley; "Punch" by Miss E. Leahy; "Odds and Ends". Illustrated by L. Bates, Frank Gillett, G. Henry Evison, A. Gilbert, Warwick Reynolds, Ernest POrater, W. E. Wigful, Stanley L. Wood, Rossi Ashton, and photographs. Tears at spine ends with losses; creasing; edgewear with minor tears. Single Issue Magazine Very Good

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