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  • Soft cover. Condizione: VERY GOOD Minus. John Fulton - Wraparound Painted Cover (illustratore). BLUE BOOK - October 1949 MAGAZINE Vol. 89, No.6; ** COMPLETE BOOK LENGTH NOVEL - (1) "The Marked Field" by Carl L. Biemiller (A story of a man who came back from the was to join the F.B.I. - and who presently found himself playing college footpally.); A NOVELETTE - (1) "There Once was a Gendarme" by Georges Surdez (The author of 'Homeland' gives us a lively story of his French boyhood.); ** TEN SHORT STORIES - (1)"Rendezvous" by Robert Carse (A Scottish laird seeks his fortune among Mountain Men in the West.); (2) "The Dog and the Manager" by Owen Camerton (The story of any wife and any husband - and a dog.); (3)"You Take the High Road" by Donovan Fitzpatrick (He started a glider school, but a row of trees cramped his style.); (4)"Stronghold" by Albert I. Mayer (A dramatic story of our Middle Ages ancestors who lived in Germany.); (5)"The Woman in Ward 13" by E.P. McGuire (A brief significant story of a newspaper man's dilemma.); (6)"It's Always the Way" Eustace Cockrell (Casey thought he was done for,and made a very generous confession.); (7) "The Governor in Council" by C.T. Stoneham (A gamekeeper in Africa schemes to save a magnificent elephant herd.); (8)"Shadow Steel" by Franklin M. Davis Jr. (A German offers an Occupation officer the formula for a marvelous steel.); (9) "A Good Cop" by Joel Reeve (He had to find out who would want to kill this helpless old woman.); (10)"A Sword for Benvenuto" by Wilbur S. Peacock (A great artist turns swordsman on behalf of a friend.); ** STORIES OF FACT AND EXPERIENCE - (1) "Three Strikes for Batfish" by Cmdr. Edward L. Beach (This Twelfth of our submarine series describes the strangest of combats: submarine against submarine.); (2)'A Century of Hoaxes" by Willy Ley (Our faculty of imagination has sometimes made us swallow tall stories.); (3)"Look Twice at a Battleground - II" by Hamilton Greene (Normandy revisited with pen and pencil by a well-known combat artist.); (4)"The Chinese Yankee" by Willis Thornton (Frederick Ward was the first Caucasian to lead the Chinese to battle.); >>> Beautiful painted Cover art by John Fulton = Part of the "These United States" series of covers, State of DELAWARE - Liberty & Independence (New Sweden, Cabin building at Fort Christina on Delaware River) Wraparound Painted Cover; >>> VG/FN example, with Light Waterstain to upper right corner, thus still nice VG minus Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall TRUE FIRST Edition MAGAZINE Format Thus. Book.

  • Soft cover. Condizione: Near Fine. John Fulton Painted Cover! (illustratore). BLUE BOOK - October 1949 MAGAZINE Vol. 89, No.6; ** COMPLETE BOOK LENGTH NOVEL - (1) "The Marked Field" by Carl L. Biemiller (A story of a man who came back from the was to join the F.B.I. - and who presently found himself playing college footpally.); A NOVELETTE - (1) "There Once was a Gendarme" by Georges Surdez (The author of 'Homeland' gives us a lively story of his French boyhood.); ** TEN SHORT STORIES - (1)"Rendezvous" by Robert Carse (A Scottish laird seeks his fortune among Mountain Men in the West.); (2) "The Dog and the Manager" by Owen Camerton (The story of any wife and any husband - and a dog.); (3)"You Take the High Road" by Donovan Fitzpatrick (He started a glider school, but a row of trees cramped his style.); (4)"Stronghold" by Albert I. Mayer (A dramatic story of our Middle Ages ancestors who lived in Germany.); (5)"The Woman in Ward 13" by E.P. McGuire (A brief significant story of a newspaper man's dilemma.); (6)"It's Always the Way" Eustace Cockrell (Casey thought he was done for,and made a very generous confession.); (7) "The Governor in Council" by C.T. Stoneham (A gamekeeper in Africa schemes to save a magnificent elephant herd.); (8)"Shadow Steel" by Franklin M. Davis Jr. (A German offers an Occupation officer the formula for a marvelous steel.); (9) "A Good Cop" by Joel Reeve (He had to find out who would want to kill this helpless old woman.); (10)"A Sword for Benvenuto" by Wilbur S. Peacock (A great artist turns swordsman on behalf of a friend.); ** STORIES OF FACT AND EXPERIENCE - (1) "Three Strikes for Batfish" by Cmdr. Edward L. Beach (This Twelfth of our submarine series describes the strangest of combats: submarine against submarine.); (2)'A Century of Hoaxes" by Willy Ley (Our faculty of imagination has sometimes made us swallow tall stories.); (3)"Look Twice at a Battleground - II" by Hamilton Greene (Normandy revisited with pen and pencil by a well-known combat artist.); (4)"The Chinese Yankee" by Willis Thornton (Frederick Ward was the first Caucasian to lead the Chinese to battle.); >>> Beautiful painted Cover art by John Fulton = Part of the "These United States" series of covers, State of DELAWARE - Liberty & Independence (New Sweden, Cabin building at Fort Christina on Delaware River) Wraparound Painted Cover; Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall TRUE FIRST Edition MAGAZINE Format Thus. Book.

  • Soft cover. Condizione: FINE+, Near New. John Fulton - Wraparound Painted Cover (illustratore). BLUE BOOK - October 1949 MAGAZINE Vol. 89, No.6; ** COMPLETE BOOK LENGTH NOVEL - (1) "The Marked Field" by Carl L. Biemiller (A story of a man who came back from the was to join the F.B.I. - and who presently found himself playing college footpally.); A NOVELETTE - (1) "There Once was a Gendarme" by Georges Surdez (The author of 'Homeland' gives us a lively story of his French boyhood.); ** TEN SHORT STORIES - (1)"Rendezvous" by Robert Carse (A Scottish laird seeks his fortune among Mountain Men in the West.); (2) "The Dog and the Manager" by Owen Camerton (The story of any wife and any husband - and a dog.); (3)"You Take the High Road" by Donovan Fitzpatrick (He started a glider school, but a row of trees cramped his style.); (4)"Stronghold" by Albert I. Mayer (A dramatic story of our Middle Ages ancestors who lived in Germany.); (5)"The Woman in Ward 13" by E.P. McGuire (A brief significant story of a newspaper man's dilemma.); (6)"It's Always the Way" Eustace Cockrell (Casey thought he was done for,and made a very generous confession.); (7) "The Governor in Council" by C.T. Stoneham (A gamekeeper in Africa schemes to save a magnificent elephant herd.); (8)"Shadow Steel" by Franklin M. Davis Jr. (A German offers an Occupation officer the formula for a marvelous steel.); (9) "A Good Cop" by Joel Reeve (He had to find out who would want to kill this helpless old woman.); (10)"A Sword for Benvenuto" by Wilbur S. Peacock (A great artist turns swordsman on behalf of a friend.); ** STORIES OF FACT AND EXPERIENCE - (1) "Three Strikes for Batfish" by Cmdr. Edward L. Beach (This Twelfth of our submarine series describes the strangest of combats: submarine against submarine.); (2)'A Century of Hoaxes" by Willy Ley (Our faculty of imagination has sometimes made us swallow tall stories.); (3)"Look Twice at a Battleground - II" by Hamilton Greene (Normandy revisited with pen and pencil by a well-known combat artist.); (4)"The Chinese Yankee" by Willis Thornton (Frederick Ward was the first Caucasian to lead the Chinese to battle.); >>> Beautiful painted Cover art by John Fulton = Part of the "These United States" series of covers, State of DELAWARE - Liberty & Independence (New Sweden, Cabin building at Fort Christina on Delaware River) Wraparound Painted Cover; Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall TRUE FIRST Edition MAGAZINE Format Thus. Book.