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The Liberty Boys of "76" : No. 997

By: Various

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Frank Tousey: 1920

Seller ID: 016154

Condition: Collectible-Very Good


No. 997 - February 6, 1920. Stapled binding, paper cover, color illustration on front. Dimensions 8 x 11 inches. Chipping and unopened pages. Tear in fold of cover. Protected by plastic sleeve. The Liberty Boys of "76" was a weekly magazine for boys containing adventure stories set during the Revolutionary War. It was published from 1901-1925. Contents of this issue: "The Liberty Boys and the Night Watch; or, When the British Held New-York" by Harry Moore and "A. D. T. No. 33; or, The Boss of the Messenger Boys" by Ralph Morton. Also includes short news articles and var... View more info

The Liberty Boys of "76" : No. 892

By: Various

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Frank Tousey: 1918

Seller ID: 016155

Condition: Collectible-Very Good


No. 892 - February 1, 1918. Stapled binding, paper cover, color illustration on front. Dimensions 8 x 11 inches. Some chipping and unopened pages. Tear along fold of cover. Protected by plastic sleeve. The Liberty Boys of "76" was a weekly magazine for boys containing adventure stories set during the Revolutionary War. It was published from 1901-1925. Contents of this issue: "The Liberty Boys Beaten; or, The Fight at Cock Hill Fort" by Harry Moore and "Making his Fortune; or, The Smartest Boy in New York" by Ralph Morton and "One, Two--Grab; or, Rushing Life for All... View more info

The Liberty Boys of "76" : No. 848

By: Various

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Frank Tousey: 1917

Seller ID: 016157

Condition: Collectible-Very Good


No. 848 - March 30, 1917. Stapled binding, paper cover, blue ink illustration on front. Dimensions 8 x 11 inches. Some chipping and unopened pages. Protected by plastic sleeve. The Liberty Boys of "76" was a weekly magazine for boys containing adventure stories set during the Revolutionary War. It was published from 1901-1925. Contents of this issue: "The Liberty Boys' Gloomy Time; or, Darkest Before Dawn" by Harry Moore, "A Born Fakir; or, The Nerviest Boy of All" by Ralph Morton and "Heir to a Cent; or, The Legacy That Made a Man of Him" by Captain George W. G... View more info

The Liberty Boys of "76" : No. 1001

By: Various

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Frank Tousey: 1920

Seller ID: 016158

Condition: Collectible-Very Good


No. 1001 - March 5, 1920. Stapled binding, paper cover, color illustration on front. Dimensions 8 x 11 inches. Chipping and unopened pages. Protected by plastic sleeve. The Liberty Boys of "76" was a weekly magazine for boys containing adventure stories set during the Revolutionary War. It was published from 1901-1925. Contents of this issue: "The Liberty Boys at Ten Cabin; or, The Most Dangerous Place in Georgia" by Harry Moore and "A. D. T. No. 33; or, The Boss of the Messenger Boys" by Ralph Morton. Also includes short news articles and various advertisements in back... View more info

The Liberty Boys of "76" : No. 846

By: Various

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Frank Tousey: 1917

Seller ID: 016159

Condition: Collectible-Very Good


No. 846 - March 16, 1917. Stapled binding, paper cover, blue ink illustration on front. Dimensions 8 x 11 inches. Some chipping and unopened pages. 1 inch tear in all pages at bottom. The Liberty Boys of "76" was a weekly magazine for boys containing adventure stories set during the Revolutionary War. It was published from 1901-1925. Contents of this issue: "The Liberty Boys and General Lacey; or, "Cornered at the Crooked Billet" by Harry Moore, "A Born Fakir; or, The Nerviest Boy of All" by Ralph Morton and "Heir to a Cent; or, The Legacy That Made a Man of Him... View more info

The Liberty Boys of "76" : No. 853

By: Various

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Frank Tousey: 1917

Seller ID: 016160

Condition: Collectible-Very Good


No. 853 - May 4, 1917. Stapled binding, paper cover, color illustration on front. Dimensions 8 x 11 inches. Some chipping and unopened pages. Small tear in fold of cover. Protected by plastic sleeve. The Liberty Boys of "76" was a weekly magazine for boys containing adventure stories set during the Revolutionary War. It was published from 1901-1925. Contents of this issue: "The Liberty Boys' Fair Friend; or, The Woman Who Helped" by Harry Moore, "A Born Fakir; or The Nerviest Boy of All" by Ralph Morton and "Stranded; or, The Boy Who Had No Friends" by Captain G... View more info

The Liberty Boys of "76" : No. 854

By: Various

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Frank Tousey: 1917

Seller ID: 016161

Condition: Collectible-Very Good


No. 854 - May 11, 1917. Stapled binding, paper cover, color illustration on front. Dimensions 8 x 11 inches. Some chipping and unopened pages. Small tear in fold of cover. Protected by plastic sleeve. The Liberty Boys of "76" was a weekly magazine for boys containing adventure stories set during the Revolutionary War. It was published from 1901-1925. Contents of this issue: "The Liberty Boys Stumped; or, The Biggest Puzzle of All" by Harry Moore, "A Born Fakir; or The Nerviest Boy of All" by Ralph Morton and "Stranded; or, The Boy Who Had No Friends" by Captain ... View more info

The Liberty Boys of "76": No. 1007

By: Various

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Frank Tousey: 1920

Seller ID: 018074

Condition: Collectible-Very Good


No. 1007 - April 16, 1920. Stapled binding, paper cover, color illustration on front. Dimensions 8 X 11 inches. Uncut pages. Copy in protective plastic sleeve. Contents of this issue are, "The Liberty Boys and Bill Cunningham or Chasing The "Bloody Scout" by Harry Moore, "A.D.T. No. 33 or The Boss Of The Messenger Boys" by Ralph Morton, "A Frontiersman Escape" by Alexander Armstrong. Also includes short news articles and various advertisements in back. View more info

Famous Fantastic Mysteries. Vol. V, March 1944, No. 6.

By: Various

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Chicago, IL, All-Fiction Field, Incorporated: 1944

Seller ID: 019975

Condition: Collectible-Very Good


Original publisher's multicolored wrapper with an illustration of different characters from different time periods and genres on a checkerboard, such as a pirate, wizard, and man in nineteenth-century clothing. 7" x 9 1/4." 146 pages, complete. Many black and white illustrations and advertisements throughout magazine, complete. Cover and illustrations by Lawrence Stevens (1884-1960). Back cover has a message to ration food during the war (WWII) and an advertisement for Calvert whiskey. Pages are very clean and intact. Covers are clean and intact overall, but back cover has a chi... View more info

Fireside Fancies

By: Vredenburg, Edric

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Boston, De Wolf, Fiske & Co.:

Seller ID: 7851

Condition: Collectible-Very Good


No date, but circa 1890's (?). Small unpaginated booklet, with four lithographed color plates and other line drawings in text. 12 pages. 5 3/4 by 4 3/4 inches. Glossy paper over boards, with color illlustration on front cover. Light edge wear and a small triangle piece missing from the glossy paper on the back (unprinted) cover. View more info

Like Grandpa

By: Vredenburg, Edric

Price: $47.50

Publisher: Bavaria, S. P. Dutton & Co.: 1895

Seller ID: 017770

Condition: Very Good


Original white cardboard with colored illustration of a little girl wearing a top hat and holding gloves and an umbrella. 3 1/2 X 3 1/2. 12 pages. Copy has 8 black and white illustrations and 6 color illustrations. Story is about 3 children visiting their grandfather by the sea. Light scuffing on both covers, however pages are very clean and complete. Binding is tight. View more info

Utopia Americana

By: Wagenknecht, Edward

Price: $100.00

Publisher: Seattle, Washington, University of Washington Book Store: 1929

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 13832

Condition: Collectible-Fine


'University of Washington Chapbooks, Number 28'. 40 pages; portrait; ads in back; orange paper wrapper (5 1/8 x 7 3/8 inch). Edward Wagenknecht (1900-2004) was an American Literary critic and teacher. This critical review essay on the Oz novels of L. Frank Baum was written while he was a teacher at the University of Washington (1925-1943) and issued in the University's 'Chapbook Series'. Fine clean copy of the author's first book. View more info

Utopia Americana (University of Washington Chapbooks, Number Twenty-eight)

By: Wagenknecht, Edward; Hughes, Glenn (Editor)

Price: $125.00

Publisher: Seattle, WA, University of Washington Book Store: 1929

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 020129

Condition: Collectible-Fine


Original publisher's orange wrapper with very rare, unopened glassine dust wrapper. 5 1/8" x 7 3/8." Forty pages, complete. Advertisements for other books in the back. Black and white frontispiece portrait of L. Frank Baum (1856-1919) included. This is a critical review essay about Baum's Wizard of Oz novels. The essay was written by Edward Wagenknecht (1900-2004), an American literary critic and teacher, while he taught at the University of Washington (1925-1943). Issued as part of the University's "Chapbook Series." Glassine dust wrapper has an original illustrated st... View more info

With Cortes the Conqueror.

By: Watson, Virginia

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Philadelphia, Penn Publishing Company: 1917

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 6199

Condition: Collectible-Very Good


332 pages, 9 color plates by Frank E. Schoonover, decorated end leaves, green cloth stamped in gilt and white with mounted color illustration, 9 3/4 x 7 1/2". Nice copy, clean and tight, with a Christmas inscription. Adventure story for young readers based on Prescott's Conquest of Mexico. View more info

Billie Bradley and Her Classmates; or, The Secret of the Locked Tower

By: Wheeler, Janet D.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Cupples and Leon Company: 1921

Seller ID: 020432

Condition: Fine


No. 4 of 9 in the series. Original publisher's green cloth binding with multicolored illustrated dust wrapper. The illustration on the dust wrapper shows Billie Bradley overlooking an oceanside scene. 5 3/8" x 7 5/8." 204 pages, complete. One black and white frontispiece, complete. Eight pages of advertisements in the back for other titles in the Billie Bradley series and similar books and series such as the Barton Books for Girls, the Ruth Fielding series, the Betty Gordon series, the Linger-Not series, the Radio Girls series, the Girl Scout series, and the Ruby and Ruthy series... View more info

Billie Bradley at Twin Lakes; or, Jolly Schoolgirls Afloat and Ashore

By: Wheeler, Janet D.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Cupples and Leon Company: 1922

Seller ID: 020433

Condition: Fine


No. 5 of 9 in the series. Original publisher's dark green cloth binding with multicolored illustrated dust wrapper. The illustration on the dust wrapper shows Billie Bradley overlooking an oceanside scene. 5 3/8" x 7 5/8." 204 pages, complete. One black and white frontispiece, complete. Eight pages of advertisements in the back for other titles in the Billie Bradley series and similar books and series such as the Barton Books for Girls, the Linger-Not series, the Ruth Fielding series, the Betty Gordon series, the Girl Scout series, the Curlytops series, and the Ruby and Ruthy se... View more info

Billie Bradley at Three Towers Hall; or, Leading a Needed Rebellion

By: Wheeler, Janet D.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Cupples and Leon Company: 1920

Seller ID: 020434

Condition: Fine


No. 2 of 9 in the series. Original publisher's green cloth binding with multicolored illustrated dust wrapper. The illustration on the dust wrapper shows Billie Bradley overlooking an oceanside scene. 5 3/8" x 7 5/8." 206 pages, complete. One black and white frontispiece, complete. Six pages of advertisements in the back for other titles in the Billie Bradley series and similar books and series such as the Betty Gordon series, the Ruth Fielding series, the Linger-Not series, the Barton Books for Girls, and the Ruby and Ruthy series. Inside of dust wrapper also has advertisements... View more info

The Court of Boyville.

By: White, William Allen

Price: $37.50

Publisher: New York, Doubleday & McClure Co.: 1899

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 6077

Condition: Collectible-Very Good


xxx, 358 pages, illustrations by Orson Lowell and Gustav Verbeek, decorated cloth, 7 3/4 x 5 1/4". Nice copy with bookplate. Good, clean fun for boys. View more info

Real Folks

By: Whitney, A. D. T.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Boston, MA, James R. Osgood and Company, Late Ticknor and Fields, and Fields, Osgood, and Company: 1872

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 019702

Condition: Very Good


Original publisher's blue cloth binding. 5 1/4" x 7 1/2." 308 pages, complete. Black and white illustrations, complete. Gilt lettering on front cover. Gilt lettering and decorations on spine. Pages and covers are clean and intact. Listed in Wright II, no. 2717. Adeline Dutton Train (A. D. T.) Whitney (1824-1906) was an American poet and writer. She wrote more than twenty books for girls. View more info

The Man Killer of the Foothills

By: Whitney, Elliott

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Chicago, Reilly & :Lee Co., Publishers: 1936

Seller ID: 14949

Condition: Collectible-Fine


(1936). Colorful dust wrapper, showing spear carrying native hunters surrounding a none to pleased tiger. From a farm in North Dakota, our hero "Jep Gillette" travels to New Orleans where he meets his uncle. The two go off to hunt "the far-famed white tiger of Jepal." 255 pages, plus advertising section with selections of other novels by the publisher at the end. View more info