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ARGOSY (H. BEDFORD-JONES; W. C. TUTTLE; ROBERT CARSE; STOOKIE ALLEN; KARL DETZER; WILLIAM MERRIAM ROUSE; DENNIS LAWTON; WALTER CLARE MARTIN; HAPSBURG LIEBE; GEORGE BRUCE; ANTHONY RUD; J. T. CHAMPION; HERB LEWIS; JAMES JOYCE; BETTY WOOD MCNABB; MORE) - Argosy Weekly: January, Jan. 4, 1936

 1404518438,
NY, Frank A. Munsey Co. 1936. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 261, No. 2. Pulp magazine. [Edited by Albert J. Gibner.] Cover art by V. E. Pyles for "Texas Shall Be Free!" (pt. 1 of 5) by H. Bedford-Jones. Includes "A Deal for Dogieville" by W. C. Tuttle; "The Brothers" (novelette) by Robert Carse; "Men of Daring: Sergt. Stanley Morgan, Uncle Sam's Man at Point Barrow" (true story in pictures) by Stookie Allen; "Ladder's Up!" (pt. 2 of 5) by Karl Detzer; "The Wolf of Cobble Hill" (novelette) by William Merriam Rouse; "Perique" (pt. 4 of 6) by Dennis Lawton (Frederick Faust aka Max Brand); "Instead of Guns" by Walter Clare Martin; "Killer's Joke" by Hapsburg Liebe; "Flying Circus" (pt. 6 of 6) by George Bruce; "The Spotted Ethiopian" by Anthony Rud. Short Features: "The Three Sacred Emblems" by J. T. Champion; "The Longest Race" by Herb Lewis; "A Burglar Who Believed in Signs" by James Joyce; "Where The Word Argosy Comes From"; "Geographical Oddities in the Americas" by Betty Wood McNabb; "On the Up and Up" by Robert Fuller; "Iceburg Hunters" by J. W. Holden; "The Men Who Make the Argosy - Robert Carse"; "Argonotes"; "Looking Ahead." 3.5" lower front and rear hinge tear/separation; short tears at head; standard edge tears; small loss at lower rear spine corner; pencil on cover. Good to Very Good-.
USD 13.50 [Appr.: EURO 11.5 | £UK 10.5 | JPą 1474] Book number PK970

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