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 FLYING ACES (ARCH WHITEHOUSE; DONALD E. KEYHOE; MAJOR FRED LORD; JOE ARCHIBALD; WILLIAM LARKINS; ARCH WHITEHOUSE), Flying Aces: February, Feb. 1940
FLYING ACES (ARCH WHITEHOUSE; DONALD E. KEYHOE; MAJOR FRED LORD; JOE ARCHIBALD; WILLIAM LARKINS; ARCH WHITEHOUSE)
Flying Aces: February, Feb. 1940
NY, Magazines Publishers. 1940. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. XXXIV, no. 3. Bedsheet-sized pulp. Edited by Herb Powell. Cover art by August Schomburg for (editorial) "American 'Hawks' Flay the Nazis!". Includes "Where Is Germany's Sky Menace?" by Arch Whitehouse; "The Golden Strafe" by Donald E. Keyhoe; "Talk About Screwy Students -!" by Major Fred Lord; "Fright Leader" by Joe Archibald; "How to Snap Swell Auro Shots" by William Larkins; "Raider Wings" by Arch Whitehouse. Model Makers' Section: "With the Model Builders"; "News of the Modelers"; "Build The Curtiss XP-42" by Jesse Davidson; Nationals Class 'B' Champ Stick" by Edgar Fulmer; "A Two-in-One Focke-Wulf FW-56" by Nick Limber; "What Do You Say?"; "Workbench Tips". Departments and Features: "They Had What It Takes"; "Through the Aero Lens"; "Wisecrack-ups"; "Happy Landings"; "On the Light Plane tarmac"; "The Airmail pals"; "All Questions Answered"; "Now We'll Ask You a Few"; "Modern planes Album"; "Youth Air Movement News"; "Join the Flying Aces Club"; "Flying Aces Club News"; "In Our Next issue". Illustrated by John L. Blummer, Joe Archibald, Alden McWilliams, photos, and more. Stress. Very Good+.
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 FLYING ACES (ARCH WHITEHOUSE; DONALD E. KEYHOE; NICK LIMBER; JOE ARCHIBALD; ARCH WHITEHOUSE; WILLY LEY; ROGER F. PARKHILL; HERB WEISS; ALAN ORTHOF; LAWRENCE REITHMAIER), Flying Aces: April, Apr. 1940
FLYING ACES (ARCH WHITEHOUSE; DONALD E. KEYHOE; NICK LIMBER; JOE ARCHIBALD; ARCH WHITEHOUSE; WILLY LEY; ROGER F. PARKHILL; HERB WEISS; ALAN ORTHOF; LAWRENCE REITHMAIER)
Flying Aces: April, Apr. 1940
NY, Magazines Publishers. 1940. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. XXXV, no. 1. Bedsheet-sized pulp. Edited by Herb Powell. Cover art by August Schomburg for (editorial) "Belgium Will Fight Back!". Includes "Is the Russian Eagle a Dodo?" by Arch Whitehouse; "Ark Royal Riddle" by Donald E. Keyhoe; "the Rocket's No Racket!" by Nick Limber; "Briny Deep Stuff" by Joe Archibald; "Dorniers Disguised" by Arch Whitehouse; "Great Eastern' of the Air" by Willy Ley. Model Makers' Hangar: "With the Model Builders"; "Novel 'Mystery Tailess'" by Roger F. Parkhill; "News of the Modelers"; "The 'Virginia Champ'" by Herb Weiss; ""'Snowbird' Stick Job" by Alan Orthof; "Construct the Stearman PT-13" by Lawrence Reithmaier; "What Do You Say?"; "Logging the Motor Market"; "Workbench Tips". Departments and Features: "They Had What It Takes"; "Wisecrack-ups"; "All Questions Answered"; "Now We'll Ask You a Few"; "Through the Aero Lens"; "The Airmail Pals"; "On the Light Plane Tarmac"; "Youth Air Movement News"; "Happy Landings"; "Modern Planes Album"; "Flying Aces Club News"; "Join the Flying Aces Club"; "In Our Next issue". Illustrated by Alden McWilliams, John L. Blummer, Joe Archibald, Winslow, photos, and more. Stress; minor creasing and tears. Very Good.
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 SKY ACES (ARCH WHITEHOUSE; RALPH POWERS; ROBERT S. FENTON; J. D. ROGERS, JR.; HERBERT FRANKLIN; DAVID C. COOKE; CHARLES V. KERR; JACK MILLAN; WILLIAM E. POINDEXTER; F. E. RECHNITZER; STEWART POWELL; RALPH TARBOT), Sky Aces: September, Sept. 1939
SKY ACES (ARCH WHITEHOUSE; RALPH POWERS; ROBERT S. FENTON; J. D. ROGERS, JR.; HERBERT FRANKLIN; DAVID C. COOKE; CHARLES V. KERR; JACK MILLAN; WILLIAM E. POINDEXTER; F. E. RECHNITZER; STEWART POWELL; RALPH TARBOT)
Sky Aces: September, Sept. 1939
NY, Magazine Publishers. 1939. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 2, no. 2. Pulp magazine. Cover art is uncredited. Includes "Sky-Cannon Counterfeit" by Arch Whitehouse; "One Last Patrol" by Ralph Powers; "Killer from Nowhere" by Robert S. Fenton; "Aces Are Taboo!" (novelet) by J. D. Rogers, Jr.; "Vultures from Hell" by Herbert Franklin; "Dodo' Dilemma" by David C. Cooke; "Spad of Treachery" by Charles V. Kerr; "Forbidden Flight" by Jack Millan; "Date with the Devil" by William E. Poindexter; "Snapshot Snap" by F. E. Rechnitzer; "Riddle of the Raid" by Stewart Powell; "Bag O' Wind" by Ralph Tarbot. Illustrations are uncredited. Lower edge and fore edge are taped on inside; small edge loss at mid-front foredge; lower rear hinge chipped or nibbled; rear cover was minorly wet. 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 (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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 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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 ADVENTURE (F. R. BUCKLEY; HENRY HERBERT KNIBBS; LUKE SHORT; LESLIE T. WHITE; RICHARD HOWELLS WATKINS; WILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE; IVAN MARCH; GARNET RADCLIFFE), Adventure: July 1940
ADVENTURE (F. R. BUCKLEY; HENRY HERBERT KNIBBS; LUKE SHORT; LESLIE T. WHITE; RICHARD HOWELLS WATKINS; WILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE; IVAN MARCH; GARNET RADCLIFFE)
Adventure: July 1940
NY, Popular Publications. 1940. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 103, No. 3. Pulp magazine. Edited by Howard V. L. Bloomfield. Cover art by Griffith Foxley for "Who Plugged Whickerbill?" (novelette) by Henry Herbert Knibbs. Includes "Red is the Blade" (novelette) by F. R. Buckley; "Spy of the North" (pt. 2 of 4) by Luke Short; "Radio Patrol" by Leslie T. White; "Stars in His Head" by Richard Howells Watkins; "Wild Town" (fact story) by William MacLeod Raine; "War's War, Girl" by Ivan March; "The Colonel's Son" by Garnet Radcliffe. Features: "The Camp-Fire"; "Ask Adventure"; "Trail Ahead"; "Lost Trails." Illustrated by Hamilton Greene, I' B. Hazelton, Peter Kuhlhoff, and George Wert. 1.5" tear at upper front edge is closed, but creased with associated closed tear at foredge; standard chips at edges; dealer's marks; 2" closed tear at lower rear cover, spine corner. Very Good-.
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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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 ADVENTURE (ARED WHITE; BERT COOKSLEY; ROBERT SIMPSON; WILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE; PAUL ANNIXTER; BORIS N. KAMYSHANSKY; L. G. BLOCHMAN; JAMES W. BENNETT; WALT COBURN; GORDON YOUNG), Adventure: December, Dec. 1, 1932
ADVENTURE (ARED WHITE; BERT COOKSLEY; ROBERT SIMPSON; WILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE; PAUL ANNIXTER; BORIS N. KAMYSHANSKY; L. G. BLOCHMAN; JAMES W. BENNETT; WALT COBURN; GORDON YOUNG)
Adventure: December, Dec. 1, 1932
NY, Butterick Publishing. 1932. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. LXXXIV, No. 6. Cover by Hubert Rogers. Includes "By Command Of" by Ared White; "Farmlocked" (poem) by Bert Cooksley; "So-so Krooboy Palaver" by Robert Simpson; "The Broad Arrow" (pt. VII) by William MacLeod Raine; "There Were Giants in Those Days" (dinosaurs) by Paul Annixter; "My First Russian Bear" (article) by Boris N. Kamyshansky; "Banana Herder" by L. G. Blochman; "Loot" (article) by James W. Bennett; "The Mister" by Walt Coburn; "Scalawag" (pt. 1) by Gordon Young. Features: "The Camp-Fire"; "Ask Adventure"; "Trial Ahead." Illustrated by V. E. Pyles. Small mark on contents page; edgewear; tanning. A very nice copy. Near Fine.
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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 (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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 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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 ADVENTURE (GORDON MACCREAGH; W. C. TUTTLE; ALBERT RICHARD WETJEN; CHARLES A. FREEMAN; JAMES STEVENS; GORDON YOUNG; ANDREW A. CAFFREY), Adventure: May 1934
ADVENTURE (GORDON MACCREAGH; W. C. TUTTLE; ALBERT RICHARD WETJEN; CHARLES A. FREEMAN; JAMES STEVENS; GORDON YOUNG; ANDREW A. CAFFREY)
Adventure: May 1934
NY, Popular Publications. 1934. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. LXXXVIII, No. 5. Edited by William Corcoran. Cover art by Duncan McMillan. Includes "Black Drums Talking" (novel) by Gordon MacCreagh; "Turkey Tracks" by W. C. Tuttle; "Yellow Bowden" by Albert Richard Wetjen; "Blazing Cane" (article) by Charles A. Freeman; "Cap'n Damnable" by James Stevens; "When the Bravest Trembled" (consclusion) by Gordon Young; "Too Much Parachute" by Andrew A. Caffrey. Features: "The Camp-Fire"; "Ask Adventure"; "The Trail Ahead". Illustrated by V. E. Pyles. Several pieces of masking tape inside cover at edges; creasing. 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 (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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