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Scans of the front covers (only) of 32 issues of the British girls' comic Princess Tina from 1970-1972, which were done by the late scanner Ufikus. From Wikipedia: Princess Tina (at times known as Princess Tina and Penelope and then simply Tina ) was a weekly British girls' comic published from autumn 1967 to summer 1973 by the International Publishing Company, initially under the Fleetway Publications banner. Two comics, Princess and Tina , were merged to form Princess Tina ; another title,...
Topics: Comic Books, Comics, British Comics, Girls' Comics, Princess Tina
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Fifteen Love Stories [v6 #3, March 1953] ed. Peggy Graves (Popular Publications, 25¢, 112pp, pulp) 6 · Dear Reader · Peggy Graves · ed 8 · Cosmetic Cues · Linda · cl 10 · Variable Calendar · Gladys Martin · pm 10 · First Date · Catherine E. Berry · pm 12 · Helpfully Yours · Dorothy Sara · cl; problem page. 14 · Adventure in Love · Francis Flick · nv 28 · A Man for Maggie · Dorothy Brodine · nv 36 · Forget My Dreams · Nicki Stevens · nv 46 · Design for Romance: The Myth...
Topics: Fifteen Love Stories, romance, pulp, fiction
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Child Life v07n04 (Apr 1928)
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Calling All Girls 064 Parents Oct-1960 124p
Topics: polly, agnes, margo, sunny, gretchen, poppy, sari, martha, christmas gift, pipe cleaner, green...
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Calling All Girls 069 v8 (1948)
Topics: rhina, thai, barry, yvonne, hank, lhat, ward, olympic, rhina maria, oak ridge, uncle charlie, high...
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Boy's Own Paper v81n12 [1959-09]. This issue of the long-running British story paper, Boy's Own Paper for September 1959 has a rotating wheel space station cover by Hugh Redmill. It includes a SF story "Runaway Rocket" by H. B. Gregory (also illustrated by Redmill) and an article "Twenty Years Ahead" which makes predictions for that far-off future year of 1980 . It lacks the supplementary section, "Gift Supplement No. 14: Modern Jets." The stories and articles in...
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, British Story Papers, Boy's Own Paper, Hugh Redmill, Space Stations, Science...
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Calling All Girls 040 v5 (1945)
Topics: nina, sally, leigh, rusty, toby, calling, louise, aunt, girls, aunt ruth, girls club, mention...
The Girl's Own Paper And Woman's Magazine v34n03 [1913-12]. Christmas issue. The copy scanned was missing the inside back cover and back cover.
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Children's Magazines, Girl's Magazines, Women's Magazines, The Girl's Own...
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Boy's Cinema 0531 [1930-02-15]. Boy's Cinema was a weekly story paper published by The Amalgamated Press based at Fleetway House in Farringdon Street, London. It ran from December 1919 to May 1940 for a total of 1063 issues. During its twenty year run, the publication merged with the magazines Boys' Broadcast, Screen Stories and Modern Boy . The outbreak of the Second World War caused wide-spread paper rationing which lead to the ultimate demise of the publication. As the title suggests it was...
Topics: British Story Papers, Boy's Cinema, Film, Films, Movies, Cinema, Motion Pictures
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Eagle v08n04 1957-01-25
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Eagle v15n40 1964-10-03
Topics: eagle, coblin, keith, fort, olympic, aircrew, volume, mackenzie, strings, rakloh, red ink, sprog...
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Calling All Girls v4 031 (1944) 60pg (jodyanimator)
Topics: peggy, calling, gail, joan, joey, girls, anne, sheila, camera, mention calling, tent poles, junior...
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Boys' Magazine v020n522 [1932-03-05]. British boys' story paper. This issue includes installments of the serials "Vampires In Terrorland" (an "eerie Mystery Tale") and "The Iron Host In Africa" (in which the heroes battle a "super science crook" armed with robots and death rays).
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Boys' Magazine, British Story Paper, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror
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Eagle v08n02 1957-01-11
Topic: antern
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by Beadle and Adams
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February 2nd, 1897 issue of Beadle's Half Dime Library featuring the story "Barney Blake, the Boy Privateer; or, The Cruise of the Queer Fish" by Herrick Johnstone.
Topics: Beadle, Half Dime, 1897, Herrick Johnstone, Barney Blake, pulp
Calling All Girls 060 Parents Apr-1960 124p
Topics: connie, johnnie, marijean, polly, girls, kathy, herbert, karen, ralston, lady ogilvie, green car,...
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Topics: stories, love, girls, ofher, dear, feminine, mingle, ihey, friends, barbara, love stories
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Girl Scouts Magazine
Topic: Magazine
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Eagle v07n28 1956-07-13
Topic: tlloonshmers
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Eagle v06n45 1955-11-11
Topics: gsfc, miu
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The American Boy v107n09 [1933-09].
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, The American Boy, Paul Bransom, Anton Otto Fischer, Howard Pease, John A....
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Child Life v07n01 (1928-01)(Billy Dregs)
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Topics: child, life, mother, patty, nancy, paganini, jerry, children, prince, magician, child life, malted...
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The Modern Boy was a British story paper published weekly by The Amalgamated Press based at Fleetway House in Farringdon Street, London. It was first published on 11th February 1928. It ran for a total of 610 issues. It merged with Chums on 9th July 1932 and was finally incorporated into Boy's Cinema in October 1939. Aimed mainly at boys, it not only published fiction but articles of a practical nature, such as model making, plus features on true life stories of the time. Well known author...
Topics: British Story Papers, Boys' Story Papers, Juvenile Literature, The Modern Boy
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Eagle v06n42 1955-10-21
Topics: malibuguy, ftjwmmsssmibm, afc, wwopof, vtol, dpi, airliner, oct, scanned
Diamond Dick, Jr. #601 [1908-04-18]. "Diamond Dick In The Canal Zone; Or, Varola, The Voodoo King."
Topics: Dime Novel, Diamond Dick. Jr., Westerns, Western Stories, Canal Zone, Voodoo
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Child Life v16n05 (1937-05)
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Topics: child, ned, hobby, oliver, moonshine, bertram, life, color, lady, aunt, child life, lady moonshine,...
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The American Boy v24n06 [1923-04].
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, The American Boy, Boy's Magazines, Achmed Abdullah, James B. Hendryx, James...
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Chums v008n412 [1900-08-01].
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Chums, Story Paper, British Story Paper, Boy's Magazines
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Calling All Girls 057 v7 (1947)
Topics: cramer, ginny, judy, connie, kay, sue, calling, collie, ellen, cousin sophia, physical therapy,...
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Child Life V36n02 Feb 1957 (Billy Dregs)
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Topics: weather, child, jeremy, fun, aunt, age, sally, snow, anne, beth, dear aunt, child life, sally snow,...
Happy Days v08n200 [1898-08-13].
Topics: Dime Novels, Story Papers, Happy Days, Frank Tousey
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The Modern Boy was a British story paper published weekly by The Amalgamated Press based at Fleetway House in Farringdon Street, London. It was first published on 11th February 1928. It ran for a total of 610 issues. It merged with Chums on 9th July 1932 and was finally incorporated into Boy's Cinema in October 1939. Aimed mainly at boys, it not only published fiction but articles of a practical nature, such as model making, plus features on true life stories of the time. Well known author...
Topics: Boys' Story Papers, Juvenile Literature, The Modern Boy
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Eagle v15n21 1964-05-23 (incomplete)
Topics: theo, shamrock, frido, sam, swift, diving, eagle, slope, frog, fish, table tennis, shamrock kelly,...
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Child Life v18n06 (1939-06)
Topics: scarecrow, joan, fridtjof, vacation, polly, child, bramble, tommy, deer, bertram, child life,...
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Child Life v11n06 (1932-06)
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Topics: child, brownie, life, edie, rand, junket, talontite, lonny, clark, child life, brownie talontite,...
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Child Life v21n07 (Jul 1942)
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Beadle's New York Dime Library v058n746 [1893-02-08]. "The Dragoon Detective; Or, A Man Of Destiny" by Dr. Frank Powell ("White Beaver").
Topics: Dime Novel, Beadle's New York Dime Library, David Franklin Powell, Frank Powell, Western Fiction,...
Frank Reade Library v05n123 [1895-12-27]. "Six Sunken Pirates; Or, Frank Reade, Jr.'s Marvelous Adventure In The Deep Sea" by "Noname."
Topics: Dime Novel, Science Fiction, Children's Literature, Steampunk, Edisonade, Luis Senarens, Frank...
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Child Life v59n06 (1980-06)
Topics: lupe, elizabeth, marybeth, louisa, kwan, ravel, tom, dreams, sheep, young people, jolly green,...
Tip Top Library v01n38 [1897-01-02]. "Frank Merriwell In The South Seas."
Topics: Dime Novel, Nickel Weekly, Tip Top Library, Frank Merriwell
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Paul Jones Weekly #10 [1905-12-02]. From J. Randolph Cox's The Dime Novel Companion : "JONES, PAUL (character) Hero of 19 stories in the Winner Company's (Street & Smith's) *Paul Jones Weekly in 1905 and 1906. The stories were written by *John DeMorgan and *William Wallace Cook under the pseudonym *Captain Luther Barr and loosely based on the life and career of John Paul Jones (1747-1792), popular hero of the American revolution. Paul Jones (as he is constantly referred to in the...
Topics: Dime Novel, Nautical Fiction, Historical Fiction, Children's Literature, John Paul Jones, American...
Rob Roy Library No. 02 [1903]. "The Outlawed Chief" by Erskine Blair. Note: Missing inside back cover and back cover. Rob Roy Library was a short-lived British story paper devoted to fictional exploits of the real-life Scottish outlaw and folk hero Robert Roy MacGregor (1671-1734). Sixteen issues were published by James Henderson (from November 3, 1903 to April 26, 1904).
Topics: British Story Papers, Rob Roy Library, Robert Roy MacGregor, Historical Fiction
The Modern Boy was a British story paper published weekly by The Amalgamated Press based at Fleetway House in Farringdon Street, London. It was first published on 11th February 1928. It ran for a total of 610 issues. It merged with Chums on 9th July 1932 and was finally incorporated into Boy's Cinema in October 1939. Aimed mainly at boys, it not only published fiction but articles of a practical nature, such as model making, plus features on true life stories of the time. Well known author...
Topics: British Story Papers, Boys' Story Papers, Juvenile Literature, The Modern Boy
Note: Pages 39 and 40 are damaged. CONTENTS: The American Boy [v24 #12, October 1923] (20¢, 58pp, 10½″ x 14″, cover by Charles H. Towne) 3 · Friendly Talks With The Editor · [The Editor] · ed 4 · The Choice Of The Gods · Norman J. Bonney · ss; illustrated by Fred C. Yohn 6 · A Dog From The Barracks (Masked Story) · [unknown author] · ss; illustrated by Fred C. Yohn; first of four stories reprinted under a false name without an author, later issues should state info - contest. 9...
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, The American Boy, Boy's Magazines, Charles H. Towne, Ellis Parker Butler,...
Dime Novel
Topic: Magazine
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The Modern Boy v02n041 [1928-11-17] (low resolution scan). The Modern Boy was a British story paper published weekly by The Amalgamated Press based at Fleetway House in Farringdon Street, London. It was first published on 11th February 1928. It ran for a total of 610 issues. It merged with Chums on 9th July 1932 and was finally incorporated into Boy's Cinema in October 1939. Aimed mainly at boys, it not only published fiction but articles of a practical nature, such as model making, plus...
Topics: British Story Papers, Boys' Story Papers, Juvenile Literature, The Modern Boy
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Eagle v16n12 1965-03-20 (dw)
Topics: jennings, wilkins, darbishire, cilia, rockets, jumble, thai, matron, righteous, boathouse, staff...
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Eagle v08n03 1957-01-18
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Golden Days Volume 9 Number 10 (February 4, 1888)
Topics: erny, golden, captain, replied, cents, fergus, hal, myra, golden days, exclaimed, magic lantern,...
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Eagle v07n27 1956-07-06
Topic: ittoonsmners
Tip Top Weekly 052 [1897-04-10]. "Frank Merriwell's Dash; Or, Yale Against The Field."
Topics: Dime Novel, Nickel Weekly, Tip Top Weekly, Frank Merriwell
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CONTENTS: The American Boy [v110 #2, February 1936] ed. Griffith Ogden Ellis (Sprague Publications; Detroit, MI, 10¢, 44pp, 10½″ x 13¾″, cover by Paul Bransom) 3 · The Infra-Red Destroyers [Part 1 of 4; Alan Kane; Ted Dolliver] · Carl H. Claudy · sl; illus. by William Heaslip. Invasion from Venus, looks like a WAR OF THE WORLDS knock-off. 7 · Going Round America! · [Misc.] · ar; promotion for magazine-sponsored trips. 8 · Joseph’s Brothers · Vereen Bell · ss; illus. by Dudley...
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, The American Boy, Carl H. Claudy, Science Fiction, William Heaslip, Paul...
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Child Life v32n08 1953-10 billy timmy Dregs
Topics: davey, chaz, witch, space, child, pumpkin, ginny, bertram, rocket, cat, dear aunt, child life,...
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The Boy's Comic Journal v014n355 [1889-12-28].
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Story Paper, British Story Paper, Boys Magazines, The Boy's Comic Journal,...
Frank Reade Library v03n73 [1894-02-10]. "Six Weeks In The Clouds; Or, Frank Reade, Jr.'s Air-Ship, The Thunderbolt Of The Skies" by "Noname."     
Topics: Dime Novel, Science Fiction, Children's Literature, Steampunk, Edisonade, Luis Senarens, Frank...
Pluck And Luck #139 [1901-01-30]. "Jack Wright And His Deep Sea Monitor; Or Searching For A Ton Of Gold" by "Noname" (Luis Senarens). Originally published in "The Boys' Star Library #272 [1892-08-27]. From E. F. Bleiler's Science-Fiction: The Early Years : "Jack Wright and His Deep Sea Monitor (The Boys' Star Library 272, 27 August 1892) is concerned with a treasure hunt. A Carib manuscript, written in hieroglyphics, describes the temple of a very rich native cult....
Topics: Dime Novel, Pluck And Luck, Science Fiction, Edisonade, Jack Wright, Luis Senarens
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The American Boy v027n08 [1926-06]. Cover by Edgar F. Wittmack
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, The American Boy, Edgar F. Wittmack, Reginald Wright Kauffman, Thomson...
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by The Author of "Diamond Dick"
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A western story about the fictional character Diamond Dick, Jr. Main story: "Diamond Dick's Slashing Blow; or, A Close Call in the Big Ditch." The story is attributed to "The Author of 'Diamond Dick."' Plus part #2 of "Tiger-Hunting" (no author listed) that began in issue #599.
Topics: western, pulp magazine, Dime novel
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Beadle's Half Dime Library v01n02 [1877-10-19]. "Yellowstone Jack; Or, Trappers Of The Enchanted Ground" by Joseph Edward Badger (1848-1909).
Topics: Dime Novel, Nickel Weekly, Beadle's Half Dime Library, Western Fiction, Western Stories, Joseph...
Beadles Half Dime Library 1020 - 1897 - Beadle and Adams
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Topics: tbe, yer, captain, queer, dicky, tho, bull, bis, exclaimed, terra del, queer fish, captain joker,...
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Frank Reade - 01
Topics: frank, steam, pomp, cried, barney, man, tbe, cowboys, savages, lhe, steam man, young inventor,...
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Partial contents: The American Boy [v27 #9, July 1926] (standard) Cover by Anton Otto Fischer 5 · Knight Of The Fourth [ Russ Farrell ] · Thomson Burtis · ss; illus. by J. Scott Williams 8 · Gary Talks Turkey · Mitchell V. Charnley · ss; illus. by George Avison (Baseball story) 11 · Tin Whistle Turns Cowboy [ "Tin Whistle" Whittell ] · James B. Hendryx · ss; illus. by W. W. Clarke 22 · The Last Barrage · Warren Hastings Miller · ss; illus. by Anton Otto Fischer 25 · The...
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, The American Boy, Anton Otto Fischer, Reginald Wright Kauffman, James B....
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Frank Reade Library v01n13 [1892-12-17]. "Frank Reade, Jr., With His New Steam-Horse In The North-West; Or, Wild Adventures Among The Blackfeet" by "Noname."
Topics: Dime Novel, Science Fiction, Children's Literature, Steampunk, Edisonade, Luis Senarens, Frank...
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Frank Reade - 15
Topics: frank, barney, pomp, cried, air, canoe, lie, natives, valley, native, air canoe, young inventor,...
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Frank Reade - 19
Topics: frank, barney, tiger, pomp, cried, van, tbe, glad, electric, jungle, young inventor, white tiger,...
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Work and Win  No. 1209 February 3, 1922 Publisher: Frank Tousey, New York
Topics: Adventure stories, American, Dime novels, Pulp Magazine, Fred Fearnot, Hal Standish, Col. Ralph...
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Frank Reade Library v01n12 [1892-12-10]. "Frank Reade And His Steam Man Of The Plains; Or, The Terror Of The West" by "Noname."
Topics: Dime Novel, Science Fiction, Frank Reade Jr., Luis Senarens, Harry Cohen, Harry Enton, Edisonade,...
Rob Roy Library No. 03 [1903]. "The Black Captain" by Angus Maclean. Note: Missing inside back cover and back cover. Rob Roy Library was a short-lived British story paper devoted to fictional exploits of the real-life Scottish outlaw and folk hero Robert Roy MacGregor (1671-1734). Sixteen issues were published by James Henderson (from November 3, 1903 to April 26, 1904).
Topics: British Story Papers, Rob Roy Library, Robert Roy MacGregor, Historical Fiction
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Frank Reade Library v01n15 [1892-12-31]. "Frank Reade, Jr's Electric Air Canoe; Or, The Search For The Valley Of Diamonds" by "Noname."
Topics: Dime Novel, Science Fiction, Children's Literature, Steampunk, Edisonade, Luis Senarens, Frank...
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Story paper
Topic: Magazine
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The American Boy v106n08 (1932-08.Sprague)(Darwin-DPP)
Topics: dan, string, christy, connie, psi, mcnair, poke, companion, trail, psi chi, mad wolf, johnny...
Tip Top Weekly 139 [1898-12-10]. "Frank Merriwell's Father; Or, The Man With Money To Burn."
Topics: Dime Novel, Nickel Weekly, Tip Top Weekly, Frank Merriwell
Tip Top Weekly 110 [1898-05-21]. "Frank Merriwell's Catch; Or, The Canoe Boys Of Lake Sebasticook."
Topics: Dime Novel, Nickel Weekly, Tip Top Weekly, Frank Merriwell
The Modern Boy was a British story paper published weekly by The Amalgamated Press based at Fleetway House in Farringdon Street, London. It was first published on 11th February 1928. It ran for a total of 610 issues. It merged with Chums on 9th July 1932 and was finally incorporated into Boy's Cinema in October 1939. Aimed mainly at boys, it not only published fiction but articles of a practical nature, such as model making, plus features on true life stories of the time. Well known author...
Topics: Boys' Story Papers, Juvenile Literature, The Modern Boy
Diamond Dick, Jr. #060 [1897-12-04]. "Diamond Dick, Jr., Out Of Sight; Or, The Disappearance At Lost Lake" by W. B. Lawson [pseudonym].
Topics: Dime Novel, Diamond Dick. Jr., Westerns, Western Stories