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 ADVENTURE (GORDON MACCREAGH; HENRY HERBERT KNIBBS; W. C. TUTTLE; FRANK GRUBER; O. B. MYERS; FRANK RICHARDSON PIERCE; GARNETT RADCLIFFE), Adventure: April, Apr. 1940
ADVENTURE (GORDON MACCREAGH; HENRY HERBERT KNIBBS; W. C. TUTTLE; FRANK GRUBER; O. B. MYERS; FRANK RICHARDSON PIERCE; GARNETT RADCLIFFE)
Adventure: April, Apr. 1940
NY, Popular Publications. 1940. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 102, No. 6. Pulp magazine. Edited by Howard V. L. Bloomfield. Cover art by Walter Baumhofer for "It's Done By Needles" by O. B. Myers. Includes "Strong As Gorillas" (novelette) by Gordon MacCreagh; "Buckshot - Both Barrels" (novelette) by Henry Herbert Knibbs; "Low and Inside!" by W. C. Tuttle; "Quantrell's Flag" (pt. 3 of 4) by Frank Gruber; "Cap'n Noah and the Submarine" by Frank Richardson Pierce; "Pick Your Man!" by Garnett Radcliffe. Features: "The Camp-Fire"; "Ask Adventure"; "Trail Ahead"; "Lost Trails." Illustrated by I. B. Hazelton, Hamilton Greene, Clymer, and others. Spine has been nibbled with .about 15-20% loss, here and there; upper rear cover hinge nearly half loose; stress; creasing; stain at lower front with edge losses. Good.
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 ADVENTURE (H. BEDFORD-JONES; CARL LANE; HARRISON HENDRYX; RICHARD HOWELLS WATKINS; EDWARD S. FOX; FRANK GRUBER), Adventure: January, Jan. 1941 ("Outlaw")
ADVENTURE (H. BEDFORD-JONES; CARL LANE; HARRISON HENDRYX; RICHARD HOWELLS WATKINS; EDWARD S. FOX; FRANK GRUBER)
Adventure: January, Jan. 1941 ("Outlaw")
NY, Popular Publications. 1941. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 104, No. 3. Pulp magazine. Edited by Kenneth S. White. Cover art by William F. Soare. Includes "Hit First, Hit to Kill" (novelette) by H. Bedford-Jones; "Arctic Smoke" by Carl Lane; "Spawn of the West' by Harrison Hendryx; "Boubnd for the Beach" by Richard Howells Watkins; "Off the Beam" by Edward S. Fox; "Outlaw" (conclusion) by Frank Gruber. Departments: "The Camp-Fire"; "Ask Adventure"; "The Trail Ahead"; "Lost Trails". Illustrated by Hamilton Greene and I. B. Hazelton. Stress; tanning; minor tears and creases; dealer's marks. Very Good.
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 ADVENTURE (R. A. EMBERG; BRIAN O'BRIEN; STANLEY C. VICKERS; JONATHAN FETTES; M. A. SHUMARD II; H. BEDFORD-JONES; M. V. HEBERDEN; F. R. BUCKLEY; FLORENCE BURRILL JACOBS), Adventure: March, Mar. 1944
ADVENTURE (R. A. EMBERG; BRIAN O'BRIEN; STANLEY C. VICKERS; JONATHAN FETTES; M. A. SHUMARD II; H. BEDFORD-JONES; M. V. HEBERDEN; F. R. BUCKLEY; FLORENCE BURRILL JACOBS)
Adventure: March, Mar. 1944
NY, Popular Publications. 1944. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 110, No. 5. Edited by Kenneth S. White. Cover art by Paul Stahr for "Jungle Jeopardy" (novelette) by Brian O'Brien. Includes "Sweetwater Pirate" (novelette) by R. A. Emberg; "It Had to Be Fog" by Stanley C. Vickers; "Mazis in Mugs" by Jonathan Fettes; "Baby from Base Point" by M. A. Shumard II; "A Heel in the Moon" by H. Bedford-Jones; "Traitor Unknown" (pt. 2 of 3) by M. V. Heberden; "Watch Below" (Fact Story) by F. R. Buckley; "Fourth Generation" (verse) by Florence Burrill Jacobs. Departments: "The Camp-Fire"; "Ask Adventure"; "Ask Adventure Experts"; "Lost Trails"; "The Trail Ahead." Illustrated by Gordon Grant, V. E. Pyles, Charles Dye, Hamilton Greene, Frank Kramer, and Nick Eggenhofer. Small piece off lower front foredge corner. Very Good.
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 ADVENTURE (E. B. MANN; H. BEDFORD-JONES; GORGES SURDEZ; LYNN BOGUE HUNT; PAUL ANNIXTER; CEDRIC W. WINDAS; RICHARD HOWELLS WATKINS; LUKE SHORT; MODY C. BOATRIGHT; NOEL LOOMIS), Adventure: January, Jan. 1937
ADVENTURE (E. B. MANN; H. BEDFORD-JONES; GORGES SURDEZ; LYNN BOGUE HUNT; PAUL ANNIXTER; CEDRIC W. WINDAS; RICHARD HOWELLS WATKINS; LUKE SHORT; MODY C. BOATRIGHT; NOEL LOOMIS)
Adventure: January, Jan. 1937
NY, Popular Publications. 1937. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 96, No. 3. Cover by Malvin Singer. Includes "The Comanche Kid" (pt. 1 of 5) by E. B. Mann; "The Back Trail" (novelette) by H. Bedford-Jones; "Born to Fight" (novelette) by Gorges Surdez; "The Big Fellow" (a drawing) by Lynn Bogue Hunt; "Emp" by Paul Annixter; "Traditions of the Deep Watermen" (feature) by Cedric W. Windas; "Blind Voyage" by Richard Howells Watkins; "Rustler's Range" (conclusion) by Luke Short; "Pizenous Speed" by Mody C. Boatright; "Human Fly" (fact story) by Noel Loomis. Illustrated by I. B. Hazelton, Lynn Bogue Hunt, & Amos Sewell. Small letter 'B' in pencil and small date-stamp on cover; 1/4" off spine heel; small chips to rear cover, spine corners, with an associated 2" closed tear to upper hinge. An attractive copy. Very Good.
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 ADVENTURE (R. A. EMBERG; BRIAN O'BRIEN; STANLEY C. VICKERS; JONATHAN FETTES; M. A. SHUMARD II; H. BEDFORD-JONES; M. V. HEBERDEN; F. R. BUCKLEY; FLORENCE BURRILL JACOBS), Adventure: March, Mar. 1944
ADVENTURE (R. A. EMBERG; BRIAN O'BRIEN; STANLEY C. VICKERS; JONATHAN FETTES; M. A. SHUMARD II; H. BEDFORD-JONES; M. V. HEBERDEN; F. R. BUCKLEY; FLORENCE BURRILL JACOBS)
Adventure: March, Mar. 1944
NY, Popular Publications. 1944. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 110, No. 5. Edited by Kenneth S. White. Cover art by Paul Stahr for "Jungle Jeopardy" (novelette) by Brian O'Brien. Includes "Sweetwater Pirate" (novelette) by R. A. Emberg; "It Had to Be Fog" by Stanley C. Vickers; "Mazis in Mugs" by Jonathan Fettes; "Baby from Base Point" by M. A. Shumard II; "A Heel in the Moon" by H. Bedford-Jones; "Traitor Unknown" (pt. 2 of 3) by M. V. Heberden; "Watch Below" (Fact Story) by F. R. Buckley; "Fourth Generation" (verse) by Florence Burrill Jacobs. Departments: "The Camp-Fire"; "Ask Adventure"; "Ask Adventure Experts"; "Lost Trails"; "The Trail Ahead." Illustrated by Gordon Grant, V. E. Pyles, Charles Dye, Hamilton Greene, Frank Kramer, and Nick Eggenhofer. Standard wear and tear at edges; creasing; a little lean; minor stain at upper edge of early pages; some soiling. Very Good-.
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 ADVENTURE (FRANK GRUBER; FAIRFAX DOWNEY; W. C. TUTTLE; GEORGES SURDEZ; BERTRAND W. SINCLAIR; F. R. BUCKLEY), Adventure: October, Oct. 1940
ADVENTURE (FRANK GRUBER; FAIRFAX DOWNEY; W. C. TUTTLE; GEORGES SURDEZ; BERTRAND W. SINCLAIR; F. R. BUCKLEY)
Adventure: October, Oct. 1940
NY, Popular Publications. 1940. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 103, No. 6. Pulp magazine. Edited by Howard V. L. Bloomfield. Cover art by Walter Baumhofer for "Baptism of Fire" by Georges Surdez. Includes "Outlaw" (pt. 1 of 4) by Frank Gruber; "War Horse" (novelette) by Fairfax Downey; "Gambler's Dollar" by W. C. Tuttle; "Sailor Beware" by Bertrand W. Sinclair; "teacher of Sword-Play" by F. R. Buckley. Features: "The Camp-Fire"; "Ask Adventure"; "Trail Ahead"; "Lost Trails." Illustrated by Hamilton Greene, I. B. Hazelton, and Peter Kuhlhoff. Upper edges of cover and following several pages have been torn off (nibbled) with marginal losses, no loss of text; front hinge wearing through; small stains. Solid and readable. Good.
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 ADVENTURE (DAN CUSHMAN; IRA L. NICKERSON; JOHN PRESCOTT; WILMON MENARD; RICHARD HOWELLS WATKINS; BEN SMITH; ED DIEKMANN, JR.; ROBERT R. SAWYER; JOHN BENDER; EMMETT MCDOWELL), Adventure: October, Oct. 1949
ADVENTURE (DAN CUSHMAN; IRA L. NICKERSON; JOHN PRESCOTT; WILMON MENARD; RICHARD HOWELLS WATKINS; BEN SMITH; ED DIEKMANN, JR.; ROBERT R. SAWYER; JOHN BENDER; EMMETT MCDOWELL)
Adventure: October, Oct. 1949
NY, Popular Publications. 1949. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 121, No. 6. Pulp magazine. Edited by Kendall W. Goodwyn. Cover art by Robert Stanley for "Chilkoot North" (novelette) by Dan Cushman. Includes "The Gorgeous Gunman" (fact story) by Ira L. Nickerson; "The Choice of Captain Archer" by John Prescott; "Killer Tiger of Kelan" (fact story) by Wilmon Menard; "The Trouble With Jensen, A.B." by Richard Howells Watkins; "A Hanging at Willow Springs" by Ben Smith; "David Had a Slinbgshot" (fact story) by Ed Diekmann, Jr.; "The Last Payment" (an off-the-trail story) by Robert R. Sawyer; "Preliminary Bout" by John Bender; "Master Thee an' Thou" by Emmett McDowell. Departments: "Lost Trails"; "The Camp-Fire"; "Ask Adventure"; "Ask Adventure Experts"; "The Trail Ahead". Illustrated by Monroe Eisenberg, Everett Raymond Kinstler, V. E. Pyles, Daniel Pierce, Charles Geer, Peter Kuhlhoff, L. Stern Stevens, and Joseph A. Farren. Standard tears to overlaps, else very nice. Very Good+ to Near Fine.
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 ADVENTURE (H. S. M. KEMP; WILLIAM DU BOIS; L. L. FOREMAN; CHRISTIAN FOLKARD; HAL G. EVARTS; ROBERT E. MAHAFFAY; HUGH B. CAVE; GORGES SURDEZ; CARL D. LANE), Adventure: November, Nov. 1943 ("the Fleet in the Forest")
ADVENTURE (H. S. M. KEMP; WILLIAM DU BOIS; L. L. FOREMAN; CHRISTIAN FOLKARD; HAL G. EVARTS; ROBERT E. MAHAFFAY; HUGH B. CAVE; GORGES SURDEZ; CARL D. LANE)
Adventure: November, Nov. 1943 ("the Fleet in the Forest")
NY, Popular Publications. 1943. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 110, No. 1. Pulp magazine. Edited by Kenneth S.White. Cover art by Maurice Bower. Includes "One Little Slip" (novelette) by H. S. M. Kemp; "Red Justice" (novelette; Captain Carter) by William Du Bois; "Collision Hazard" by L. L. Foreman; "Gray as an Apple" by Christian Folkard; "Message to Mandakas" by Hal G. Evarts; "Break-Through" by Robert E. Mahaffay; "A Few Tons of Plywood" (fact story) by Hugh B. Cave; "Sharper Than the Sword" (pt. 1 of 2) by Gorges Surdez; "The Fleet in the Forest" (pt. 4 of 4) by Carl D. Lane. Departments: "The Camp-Fire"; "Ask Adventure"; "Ask Adventure Experts"; "Lost Trails"; "The Trail Ahead". Illustrated by Hamilton Greene, Samuel G. Cahan, Monte Crews, Carl Pfeufer, Paul Stahr, Harve Stein, and Gordon Grant. A little stress and creasing; standard wear and tear at edges; minor glue-mend to spine cover; pps. 12-3 a bit soiled; dealer's marks on cover. Very Good-.
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 ADVENTURE (J. ALLEN DUNN; JOHN L. CONSIDINE; RAFAEL SABATINI; BILL ADAMS; FREDERICK R. BECHDOLT; EUGENE CUNNINGHAM; THOMAS BURTIS; WILLIAM H. WELLS; TALBOT MUNDY; EGENE CUNNINGHAM; OSCAR J. FRIEND; MAGRUDER MAURY; ALBERT RICHARD WETJEN; JOHN L. CONSIDINE), Adventure: March, Mar. 30, 1923 ("the Nine Unknown")
ADVENTURE (J. ALLEN DUNN; JOHN L. CONSIDINE; RAFAEL SABATINI; BILL ADAMS; FREDERICK R. BECHDOLT; EUGENE CUNNINGHAM; THOMAS BURTIS; WILLIAM H. WELLS; TALBOT MUNDY; EGENE CUNNINGHAM; OSCAR J. FRIEND; MAGRUDER MAURY; ALBERT RICHARD WETJEN; JOHN L. CONSIDINE)
Adventure: March, Mar. 30, 1923 ("the Nine Unknown")
NY, Ridgeway Co. 1923. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. XLVI, No. 3. Edited by Arthur Sullivan Hoffman. Cover by H. C. Murphy. Includes "Yellow Head" (novelette) by J. Allen Dunn; "Judge Creaner's Nose" by John L. Considine; "The Night of Escape" by Rafael Sabatini; "Stowaway" (verse) by Bill Adams; "The Most Consumate Villain" by Frederick R. Bechdolt; "Swashbucklers" by Eugene Cunningham; "Flight" (novelette) by Thomas Burtis; "Terry an' Me" by William H. Wells; "The Nine Unknown" (pt. 2 of 5) by Talbot Mundy; "On Tickling a Snake" by Egene Cunningham; "Peaches" (novelette) by Oscar J. Friend; "Black Bart' - Poet Robber" by Eugene Cunningham; "Muzzled Dogs of War" by Magruder Maury; "That Pair of Shoulders" (novelette) by Albert Richard Wetjen; "Big Nuggets and Some of their Finders" by John L. Considine; "Stepsons of Law" (novelette) by Frederick J. Jackson. Illustrated by August Kaiser. Ccover taped on by old masking tap with pieces out; no back ccover; creasing; tanned wiith flaky edges; cover pencil marks. Good-.
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 ADVENTURE (BARRE LYNDON; SAMUEL W. TAYLOR; BILL GULIK; DE WITT NEWBURY; TOM ROAN; CHARLES J. DUTTON; CARL CLAUSEN; GORDON MACCREAGH; WARD TANZER), Adventure: August, Aug. 1942
ADVENTURE (BARRE LYNDON; SAMUEL W. TAYLOR; BILL GULIK; DE WITT NEWBURY; TOM ROAN; CHARLES J. DUTTON; CARL CLAUSEN; GORDON MACCREAGH; WARD TANZER)
Adventure: August, Aug. 1942
NY, Popular Publications. 1942. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 107, No. 4. Pulp magazine. Edited by Kenneth S. White. Cover art by E. Franklin Wittmack. Includes "The Sword of Qualoon" (pt. 1 of 3) by Barre Lyndon; "Golden Showdown" by Samuel W. Taylor; "You Gotta Be Hard" by Bill Gulik; "The Howe of Herlaug" by De Witt Newbury; "Night Wings" by Tom Roan; "One Man's Fleet" (fact story) by Charles J. Dutton; "A Question of Valor" by Carl Clausen; "Mountain Promise" (novelette) by Gordon MacCreagh; "The Tub and the Tortoise" by Ward Tanzer. Departments: "The Camp-Fire"; "Ask Adventure"; "The Trail Ahead"; "Lost Trails". Illustrated by John Richard Flanagan, George Wert, W. Buehr, Benton Clark, Lynn Bogue Hunt, Gordon Grant, I. B. Hazelton, and Hamilton Greene. Standard creasing and short tears; about 1" loss at heel; minor rubbing and soiling; tanning; mark in pencil on cover. Good+ to Very Good-.
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Book number: PL1245
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 ADVENTURE (GEORGES SURDEZ; DONALD BARR CHIDSEY; BORDON CHASE; DONALD MACKENZIE; BILL ADAMS; CAPTAIN FREDERICK MOORE; WILLIAM EDWARD HAYES; J. B. LEFFINGWELL & R. STOWELL; F. R. BUCKLEY), Adventure: August, Aug. 1934
ADVENTURE (GEORGES SURDEZ; DONALD BARR CHIDSEY; BORDON CHASE; DONALD MACKENZIE; BILL ADAMS; CAPTAIN FREDERICK MOORE; WILLIAM EDWARD HAYES; J. B. LEFFINGWELL & R. STOWELL; F. R. BUCKLEY)
Adventure: August, Aug. 1934
NY, Popular Publications. 1934. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. LXXXIX, No. 2. Edited by William Corcoran. Cover art by John Newton Howitt. Includes "Suicide Patrol" (novel) by Georges Surdez; "The Lonsomest Man" by Donald Barr Chidsey; "Tunnel Law" by Bordon Chase; "Kline of the Cardogan" by Donald Mackenzie; "Ice" (poem) by Bill Adams; "Lost Heads" by Captain Frederick Moore; "Strong Back, Weak Mind" by William Edward Hayes; "That Whistling Son of a Gun" by J. B. Leffingwell & R. Stowell; "Of High Command" by F. R. Buckley. Features: "The Camp-Fire"; "Ask Adventure"; "Adventure Told You"; "Trail Ahead". Illustrated by Neil O'Keeffe, Pyles, Fagg, and Hazelton. Cover sliced down middle with small losses and taped back together. Otherwise nice. Good to Very Good-.
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 ADVENTURE (GEORGES SURDEZ; ALBERT RICHARD WETJEN; ROBERT ORMOND CASE; HARRY OLIVER; LESLIE T. WHITE; WILLIAM ROSE BENET), Adventure: July 1942
ADVENTURE (GEORGES SURDEZ; ALBERT RICHARD WETJEN; ROBERT ORMOND CASE; HARRY OLIVER; LESLIE T. WHITE; WILLIAM ROSE BENET)
Adventure: July 1942
NY, Popular Publications. 1942. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 107, No. 3. Pulp magazine. Edited by Kenneth S. White. Cover art by Ernest Chiriaka. Includes "Tiger Wings" (novelette) by Georges Surdez; "Stowaway" by Albert Richard Wetjen; "Hard Money" by Robert Ormond Case; "Black Voyage" by Harry Oliver; "5,000 Trojan Horses" (conclusion) by Leslie T. White; "Fremont's Cinnamon Steeds" (fact story) by William Rose Benet. Departments: "The Camp-Fire"; "Ask Adventure"; "The Trail Ahead"; "Lost Trails". Illustrated by Hamilton Greene, I. B. Hazelton, Pete Kuhlhoff, Gordon Grant, and Don Hewitt. Standard edge wear and tear, but less than usual; a little creasing; tanning; minor loss at lower end of rear cover. Very Good+.
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 ADVENTURE (WALT COBURN; THOMAS H. RADDALL; FREDERICK WILKINS; CHRIS; BRUCE NELSON; F. R. BUCKLEY; WALTER HAVIGHURST), Adventure: April, Apr. 1942 ("Outlaw")
ADVENTURE (WALT COBURN; THOMAS H. RADDALL; FREDERICK WILKINS; CHRIS; BRUCE NELSON; F. R. BUCKLEY; WALTER HAVIGHURST)
Adventure: April, Apr. 1942 ("Outlaw")
NY, Popular Publications. 1942. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 106, No. 6. Pulp magazine. Edited by Kenneth S. White. Cover art by R. E. Lougheed. Includes "Round-Up at Sun Prairie" (novelette) by Walt Coburn; "The Drumlin of Joe Tom" by Thomas H. Raddall; "Tanks Ain't Horses" by Frederick Wilkins; "Kangaroo?" (verse) by Chris (sic); "Scalp Soup" (fact story) by Bruce Nelson; "Live By the Sword" (pt. 3 of 4) by F. R. Buckley; "First Command" by Walter Havighurst. Departments: "The Camp-Fire"; "Ask Adventure"; "The Trail Ahead"; "Lost Trails". Illustrated by Domn Hewitt, Hamilton Greene, John Clymer, and I. B. Hazelton. No back cover; tanning; edge losses to front; standard edge tears. Good-.
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 ADVENTURE (TALBOT MUNDY; THEODORE SEIXAS SOLOMONS; JOHN WEBB; GORDON MACCREAGH; HOWARD ELLIS DAVIS; HUGH PENDEXTER; JOSIAH M. WARD; WILLIAM WESTRUP; RAYMOND S. SPEARS; FRED M. FLEISCHER; CHARLES NICHOLLS WEBB; W. C. TUTTLE; LARRY O'CONNER), Adventure: June 10, 1925 (Tros Vs. Caesar in "Prisoners of War")
ADVENTURE (TALBOT MUNDY; THEODORE SEIXAS SOLOMONS; JOHN WEBB; GORDON MACCREAGH; HOWARD ELLIS DAVIS; HUGH PENDEXTER; JOSIAH M. WARD; WILLIAM WESTRUP; RAYMOND S. SPEARS; FRED M. FLEISCHER; CHARLES NICHOLLS WEBB; W. C. TUTTLE; LARRY O'CONNER)
Adventure: June 10, 1925 (Tros Vs. Caesar in "Prisoners of War")
NY, Ridgeway Co. 1925. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. LIII, No. 1. Pulp magazine. Edited by Arthur Sullivant Hoffman. Cover art by A. L. Ripley. Includes "Prisoners of War" (novel, Tros series) by Talbot Mundy; "The Invincible Tradition" by Theodore Seixas Solomons; "North of Watling" by John Webb; "Jungle Business" (novelette) by Gordon MacCreagh; "The Killing of Tom McCray" by Howard Ellis Davis; "Pards" (pt. 2) by Hugh Pendexter; "Indian Wives and White Husbands" by Josiah M. Ward; "The Eleventh Hour" by William Westrup; "The Best Shots" by Raymond S. Spears; "The Bandit of Banyaluka" by Fred M. Fleischer; "The Beachcomber" (verse) by Charles Nicholls Webb; "When East Met West" (novelette) by W. C. Tuttle; "The Chief Prays" (verse) by Larry O'Conner. Features: "The Camp-Fire"; "Camp-Fire Stations"; "Old Songs That Men Have Sung"; "Various Practical Service Free to Any Reader"; "Ask Adventure"; "Lost Trails"; "The Trail Ahead." Illustrated by A. Schwieder. Lacks 2" at spine head; tears at spine head; lean; glue-mends to hinges and spine; standard wear and tear at edges; short math problem inside cover in pencil. Good to Very Good-.
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 ADVENTURE (W. C. TUTTLE; JOHN C. FROHLICHER; DONALD BARR CHIDSEY; L. G. BLOCHMAN; FRANCIS BEVERLY KELLEY; HENRY LACOSSITT; JAMES W. BENNETT; GORDON MACCREAGH; PIERRE MILLE; AUGUST EBERHARDT), Adventure: May 1st, 1933 ("Rifled Gold")
ADVENTURE (W. C. TUTTLE; JOHN C. FROHLICHER; DONALD BARR CHIDSEY; L. G. BLOCHMAN; FRANCIS BEVERLY KELLEY; HENRY LACOSSITT; JAMES W. BENNETT; GORDON MACCREAGH; PIERRE MILLE; AUGUST EBERHARDT)
Adventure: May 1st, 1933 ("Rifled Gold")
NY, Butterick Co. 1933. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. LXXXVI, No. 4. Edited by A. A. Proctor. Cover by Hubert Rogers. Includes "Rifled Gold" (pt. 2) by W. C. Tuttle; "Elk" (poem) by John C. Frohlicher; "The Knight of the Bar Sinister" by Donald Barr Chidsey; "Lion's Clothing" by L. G. Blochman; "Jinxes Under the Big Top" (article) by Francis Beverly Kelley; "Holy Judd" by Henry LaCossitt; "China Is Like That" (article) by James W. Bennett; "Strangers of the Amulet" (conclusion) by Gordon MacCreagh; "The Knapsack" by Pierre Mille; "Conditional Surrender" by August Eberhardt. Ilustrated by V. E. Pyles. Creasing. Very Good.
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 ADVENTURE (DAN CUSHMAN; FRANK BONHAM; SAMUEL W. TAYLOR; STEVE HAIL; CLIFTON ADAMS; JAMES NORMAN; ROBERT E. PINKERTON; JOHN D. PUNTIN; MURRAY MORGAN; WALTER W. STEPHEN; LOWE W. WREN), Adventure: June 1947
ADVENTURE (DAN CUSHMAN; FRANK BONHAM; SAMUEL W. TAYLOR; STEVE HAIL; CLIFTON ADAMS; JAMES NORMAN; ROBERT E. PINKERTON; JOHN D. PUNTIN; MURRAY MORGAN; WALTER W. STEPHEN; LOWE W. WREN)
Adventure: June 1947
NY, Popular Publications. 1947. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 117, No. 2. Pulp magazine. Edited by Kenneth S. White. Cover art by Peter Stevens for "The Cask of Khabar" (novelette) by Dan Cushman. Includes "Last Drive" by Frank Bonham; "Do Not Molest the Miracles" (off-trail story) by Samuel W. Taylor; "Doghole Circuit" by Steve Hail; "The Crazy Kind" by Clifton Adams; "He Who Rides the Tiger" (pt. 1 of 5) by James Norman; "Salmon Sweepstakes" (conclusion) by Robert E. Pinkerton. Fact Stories: "Odyssey of the Mounted" by John D. Puntin; "Iron Man of the Hoh" by Murray Morgan. Verse: "Prairie in the Stars" by Walter W. Stephen; "Adventure" by Lowe W. Wren. Departments: "The Camp-Fire"; "Ask Adventure"; "As Adventure Experts"; "Lost Trails"; "The Trail Ahead." Illustrated by L. Sterne Stevens, Nick Eggenhofer, Frank Kramer, Earl Eugene Mayan, V. E. Pyles, Julian G. Chambers, Monroe Eisenberg, and Peter Kuhlhoff. Standard wear and tear at edges; minor stain at lower rear spine corner; mild tanning. Very Good+.
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Book number: PL1643
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 ADVENTURE (HUGH PENDEXTER; GEORGES SURDEZ; JAMES W. BENNETT; RICHARD HOWELLS WATKINS; WALT COBURN; HENRY G. LAMOND; GORDON YOUNG; CHARLES A. FREEMAN; STEPHEN ALLEN REYNOLDS), Adventure: January, Jan. 1st, 1933
ADVENTURE (HUGH PENDEXTER; GEORGES SURDEZ; JAMES W. BENNETT; RICHARD HOWELLS WATKINS; WALT COBURN; HENRY G. LAMOND; GORDON YOUNG; CHARLES A. FREEMAN; STEPHEN ALLEN REYNOLDS)
Adventure: January, Jan. 1st, 1933
NY, Butterick Co. 1933. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. LXXXV, No. 2. Edited by A. A. Proctor. Cover by Duncan MacMillan. Includes "The Bunglers" (pt. 1) by Hugh Pendexter; "Member-At-Large" by Georges Surdez; "In the Seats of the Mighty" (article) by James W. Bennett; "Mister Mare" by Richard Howells Watkins; "Sorry Sam, Cowhand" by Walt Coburn; "The First Impulse" by Henry G. Lamond; "Scalawag" (pt. 3) by Gordon Young; "Bullfighting in Moroland" (article) by Charles A. Freeman; "When Frost Was Friend" by Stephen Allen Reynolds. Features: "The Camp-Fire"; "Ask Adventure"; "Trail Ahead". Illustrated by V. E. Pyles. Twine dents; creasing; stray tape damage, scar, to rear with tape still present. Very Good.
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Book number: PL452
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 ADVENTURE (SIDNEY HERSCHEL SMALL; GEORGES SURDEZ; KEITH EDGAR; MODY C. BOATRIGHT; MURRAY MORGAN; A. B. SHIFFRIN; EDMUND GILLIGAN; ARTHUR D. HOWDEN SMITH; ROYAL ORNAN SHREVE; FLORENCE BURRILL JACOBS), Adventure: August, Aug. 1944
ADVENTURE (SIDNEY HERSCHEL SMALL; GEORGES SURDEZ; KEITH EDGAR; MODY C. BOATRIGHT; MURRAY MORGAN; A. B. SHIFFRIN; EDMUND GILLIGAN; ARTHUR D. HOWDEN SMITH; ROYAL ORNAN SHREVE; FLORENCE BURRILL JACOBS)
Adventure: August, Aug. 1944
NY, Popular Publications. 1944. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 111, No. 4. Pulp magazine. Edited by Kenneth S. White. Cover art by Gordon Grant. Includes "Flight Without Wings" (novelette; Koropok) by Sidney Herschel Small; "The Wise Pick Their Dead" (novelette) by Georges Surdez; "Petticoat Trouble" by Keith Edgar; "Oil Field Liar" by Mody C. Boatright; "A Job for Joe" by Murray Morgan; "It Happened to a Dog" (off-the-trail story) by A. B. Shiffrin; "Captain's Don'r Cry" (pt 1 of 5) by Edmund Gilligan; "Swain's Landfaring" (conclusion) by Arthur D. Howden Smith. Fact Story: "Symmes' Hole" by Royal Ornan Shreve. Verse: "Paul Bunyan, C.G." by Florence Burrill Jacobs. Departments: "The Camp-Fire"; "Ask Adventure"; "Ask Adventure Experts"; "Lost Trails"; "The Trail Ahead." Illustrated by Gordon Grant, J. Campbell Farren, Hamilton Greene, George Wert, V. E. Pyles, Frank Kramer, Edd Ashe, and Harve Stein. Spine and rear cover hinge area have been bug-nibbled, but wraps still hold; creasing; edgewear. Good to Very Good-.
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Book number: PL2036
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 ADVENTURE (WILLIAM E. BARRETT; HENRY HERBERT KNIBBS; BERTRAND W. SINCLAIR; ARTHUR D. HOWDEN SMITH; GORDON MACCREAGH; ALAN VILLIERS; S. OMAR BARKER), Adventure: July 1938 ("the Dead Go Overside")
ADVENTURE (WILLIAM E. BARRETT; HENRY HERBERT KNIBBS; BERTRAND W. SINCLAIR; ARTHUR D. HOWDEN SMITH; GORDON MACCREAGH; ALAN VILLIERS; S. OMAR BARKER)
Adventure: July 1938 ("the Dead Go Overside")
NY, Popular Publications. 1938. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 99, No. 3. Pulp magazine. Edited by Howard V. L. Bloomfield. Viking cover art by W. F. Soare. Includes "International Incident" by William E. Barrett; "Outside the Law" by Henry Herbert Knibbs; "John the Finn, Master" by Bertrand W. Sinclair; "The Dead Go Overside" (pt. 4 of 5) by Arthur D. Howden Smith; "Free to Run" by Gordon MacCreagh; "Little Ships Are Safest" (fact article) by Alan Villiers; "Trail Men" by S. Omar Barker; "The Camp-Fire"; "Ask Adventure"; "Trail Ahead"; "Lost Trails". Illustrated by I.B.H. and others. Rear hinge glue-mended; a little glue at upper front hinge end; creased. Very Good.
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Book number: PL271
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 ADVENTURE (E. HOFFMANN PRICE; COLEMAN MEYER; BERNARD SIMIOT; ALLEN RANKIN; STEVE HAIL; CARL D. LANE; NAT MCKELVEY; STEVE FRAZEE; VINCENT H. GADDIS; NORMAN H. SOKOLOW), Adventure: November, Nov. 1947
ADVENTURE (E. HOFFMANN PRICE; COLEMAN MEYER; BERNARD SIMIOT; ALLEN RANKIN; STEVE HAIL; CARL D. LANE; NAT MCKELVEY; STEVE FRAZEE; VINCENT H. GADDIS; NORMAN H. SOKOLOW)
Adventure: November, Nov. 1947
NY, Popular Publications. 1947. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 118, No. 1. Pulp magazine. Edited by Kenneth S. White. Cover art by Rafael DeSoto for "Border Incident" (novelette) by E. Hoffmann Price. Includes "Hot-Rod Handicap" by Coleman Meyer; "The Fakir of Marrakesh" by Bernard Simiot; "A Buck to Grow Up On" by Allen Rankin; "Temporary Skipper" by Steve Hail; "Prarie Paddles (pt. 2 of 3) by Carl D. Lane; "Cowpunching in Paradise" (fact story) by Nat McKelvey; "Ninety Blows a Minute" (fact story) by Steve Frazee; "Snowman's Land" by Vincent H. Gaddis; "High Sierras" by Norman H. Sokolow. Illustrated by L. Sterne Stevens, John Meola, Earl Eugene Mayan, Nick Eggenhofer, Peter Kuhlhoff, Frank Kramer, Carl Pfeufer, and V. E. Pyles. 3" closed tear to rear cover; a couple of shorter spine tears; rear cover soiling and scuffing; some glue mends to spine cover and rear hinge. Very Good-.
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Book number: P7840
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 ADVENTURE (ARED WHITE; CAPTAIN FREDERICK MOORE; ARTHUR WOODWARD; ROBERT SIMPSON; WILLIAM CORCORAN; E. A. GUEST; JAMES B. HENDRYX; FRANK WEAD; HENRY HERBERT KNIBBS; ALLAN VAUGHAN ELSTON; W. TOWNEND; CHARLES A. FREEMAN; GEORGES SURDEZ), Adventure: August, Aug. 1, 1930
ADVENTURE (ARED WHITE; CAPTAIN FREDERICK MOORE; ARTHUR WOODWARD; ROBERT SIMPSON; WILLIAM CORCORAN; E. A. GUEST; JAMES B. HENDRYX; FRANK WEAD; HENRY HERBERT KNIBBS; ALLAN VAUGHAN ELSTON; W. TOWNEND; CHARLES A. FREEMAN; GEORGES SURDEZ)
Adventure: August, Aug. 1, 1930
NY, Popular Publications. 1930. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. LXXV, No. 4. Pulp magazine. Edited by A. A. Proctor. Cover art by Hubert Rogers for "The Spy Net" (pt. 1 of 3) by Ared White. Includes "Ambush" by Captain Frederick Moore; "Kite Fishing" by Arthur Woodward; "Norland's Grudge" by Robert Simpson; "The Blue Wall" by William Corcoran; "Man Eater" by E. A. Guest; "That Dude at McCarron's" (conclusion) by James B. Hendryx; "Rig The Deck" by Frank Wead; "Stallions of the Storm" (poem) by Henry Herbert Knibbs; "He Held the Bag" by Allan Vaughan Elston; "Hardcase Harris" by W. Townend; "Riders of the Cane" by Charles A. Freeman; "Beyond Courage" (novelette) by Georges Surdez. Features: "The Camp-Fire"; "Ask Adventure"; "Trail Ahead". Illustrated by L. F. Wilford. Standard wear and tear at edges with small losses; a little soiled; tanned; short tears at ends. Good to Very Good-.
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 ADVENTURE (H. BEDFORD-JONES; F. R. BUCKLEY; LELAND S. JAMIESON; GIL STICK & FREDERIC MERTZ; ROBERT SIMPSON; CARL ELMO FREEMAN; GORDON YOUNG; RAYMOND S. SPEARS; GEN. RAFAEL DE NOGALES; PERRY ADAMS), Adventure: March, Mar. 1934
ADVENTURE (H. BEDFORD-JONES; F. R. BUCKLEY; LELAND S. JAMIESON; GIL STICK & FREDERIC MERTZ; ROBERT SIMPSON; CARL ELMO FREEMAN; GORDON YOUNG; RAYMOND S. SPEARS; GEN. RAFAEL DE NOGALES; PERRY ADAMS)
Adventure: March, Mar. 1934
NY, Popular Publications. 1934. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. LXXXVIII, No. 3. Edited by William Corcoran. Cover art by Anthony Cucchi. Includes "Gold of Yesterday" by H. Bedford-Jones; "Of the Meek" by F. R. Buckley; "Winds Aloft" by Leland S. Jamieson; "Today's Raw Bronc (Article VIII - Meet the Cow) by Gil Stick & Frederic Mertz; "Buried Out" by Robert Simpson; "Stoock-Raising Homesteads" by Carl Elmo Freeman; "When the Bravest Trembled" (pt IV) by Gordon Young; "On the Dodge" by Raymond S. Spears; "The Miracle of Moses" by Gen. Rafael De Nogales; "Tea in Swat" by Perry Adams. Features: "The Camp-Fire"; "Ask Adventure"; "The Trail Ahead". Illustrated by V. E. Pyles. A little creasing; rubbing; minor scufs and dings; marks on cover in pencil. Very Good+.
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Book number: PL1653
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 ADVENTURE (WILLIAM O'SULLIVAN; ROBINSON MACLEAN; ROBERT CARSE; JIM KJELGAARD; F. R. BUCKLEY; DOUGLAS LEACH; M. V. HEBERDEN; ROBERT MONROE; DAVID LAVENDER), Adventure: December, Dec. 1948
ADVENTURE (WILLIAM O'SULLIVAN; ROBINSON MACLEAN; ROBERT CARSE; JIM KJELGAARD; F. R. BUCKLEY; DOUGLAS LEACH; M. V. HEBERDEN; ROBERT MONROE; DAVID LAVENDER)
Adventure: December, Dec. 1948
NY, Popular Publications. 1948. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 120, No. 2. Pulp magazine. Edited by Kenneth S. White. Cover art by Malvin Singer for "The Noose of Allah" by Robinson MacLean. Includes "Seven Padlocks to Hell" (novelette) by William O'Sullivan; "The Bosun's Mite" by Robert Carse; "Charley Hoe Handle and the Weasel's Chance" by Jim Kjelgaard; "Of Lords and Lunatics" by F. R. Buckley; "A Piece of Woola-Woola" by Douglas Leach; "Bargain in Bombers" (pt. 2 of 3) by M. V. Heberden. Fact Stories: "High Adventure in the Old West" by Robert Monroe; "Little Giant" by David Lavender. Departments: "The Camp-Fire"; "Ask Adventure"; "Ask Adventure Experts"; "Lost Trails"; "The Trail Ahead". Illustrated by Monroe Eisenberg, Roger L. Thomas, Charles Dye, Peter Kuhlhoff, Earl Eugene Mayan, L. Stern Stevens, Joseph A. Farren, and Everett Raymond Kinstler. Creasing; standard wear and tear at edges; old price on cover in pencil. Very Good-.
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 ADVENTURE (LUKE SHORT; GORDON MACCREAGH; H. BEDFORD-JONES; WILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE; ROBERT ADDISON NICHOLS; DONALD W. JAMES; LOUIS KAYE; CHARLES E. CHAPEL), Adventure: June 1940
ADVENTURE (LUKE SHORT; GORDON MACCREAGH; H. BEDFORD-JONES; WILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE; ROBERT ADDISON NICHOLS; DONALD W. JAMES; LOUIS KAYE; CHARLES E. CHAPEL)
Adventure: June 1940
NY, Popular Publications. 1940. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 103, No. 2. Pulp magazine. Cover art by Stockton Mulford for "Blood and Steel" (novelette) by Gordon MacCreagh. Includes "Spy of the North" (pt. 1 of 4) by Luke Short; "J. Smith, His Mark" by H. Bedford-Jones; "Stick 'Em Up!" (fact story) by William MacLeod Raine; "The Roman Way" by Robert Addison Nichols; "Rickshaw Passenger" by Donald W. James; "Old Man Kangaroo" by Louis Kaye; "Guns of Glory" (fact story) by Charles E. Chapel. Features: "The Camp-Fire"; "Ask Adventure"; "Trail Ahead"; "Lost Trails." Illustrated by Hamilton Greene, I. B. Hazelton, Peter Kuhlhoff, and others. Rear cover glued on at hinge; tanning; edge chipped with standard short tears; minor losses here and there; dealer's marks, mostly erased. Very Good-.
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Book number: PG268
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 ADVENTURE (RICHARD HOWELLS WATKINS; C. HALL THOMPSON; FREDRIC BROWN; JAMES NORMAN; HAL G. EVARTS; ALEC HUDSON; F. R. BUCKLEY; ROBINSON MACLEAN; CHARLES EDWARD CHAPEL), Adventure: September, Sept. 1948
ADVENTURE (RICHARD HOWELLS WATKINS; C. HALL THOMPSON; FREDRIC BROWN; JAMES NORMAN; HAL G. EVARTS; ALEC HUDSON; F. R. BUCKLEY; ROBINSON MACLEAN; CHARLES EDWARD CHAPEL)
Adventure: September, Sept. 1948
NY, Popular Publications. 1948. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 119, No. 5. Pulp magazine. Edited by Kenneth S. White. Cover art by Robert Stanley for "Marooned" (novelette) by Richard Howells Watkins. Includes "The Long Roll" by C. Hall Thompson; "Four Blind Men" by Fredric Brown; "The Honorable Missing Pyramid" by James Norman; "Jackass" by Hal G. Evarts; "Periscope Patrol" by Alec Hudson; "Of Vice and Virtue" by F. R. Buckley; "The Devil's Left tusk" (pt. 3 of 4) by Robinson MacLean. Fact Story: "Handguns of Glory" by Charles Edward Chapel. Departments: "The Camp-Fire"; "Ask Adventure"; "Ask Adventure Experts"; "Lost Trails"; "The Trail Ahead". Illustrated by Charles Geer, Monroe Eisenberg, Earl Winslow, L. Sterne Stevens, George Wert, Roger L. Thomas, Harve Stein, and Peter Kuhlhoff. Creasing; a little tape inside covers at lower corners; short tears at spine ends; tanning; standard short edge tears. Very Good.
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