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Western story magazine. Vol. 169, no. 6.

Author: Nicholas EggenhoferGerard Curtis DelanoBennett FosterPhilip B SharpeStuart HardyAll authors
Publisher: New York : Street & Smith Corp., 1938.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Genre/Form: Illustrations
Periodicals
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nicholas Eggenhofer; Gerard Curtis Delano; Bennett Foster; Philip B Sharpe; Stuart Hardy; Wilfred McCormick
OCLC Number: 181644655
Notes: December 3, 1938.
Illustration on pages 56, 102, 105, 112 were drawn by Nicholas Eggenhofer.
Illustration on page 40 was drawn by Gerard Curtis Delano.
Illustration on page 89 was drawn by Churchill Ettinger.
Cover illustration by Walter Haskell Hinton.
Description: 130 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: "Valley of the stars", John Doe steps out of prison to become Rick Cardigan and hears the weirdest tale to which a man ever listened, by Stuart Hardy, pg. 9.---"The mustangers", Bushwhackers strike at dawn--and meet an Apache on the warpath!, by Bennett Foster, pg. 112.---"The jinx of the mesa", How could Chuck Teal prove his loyalty to the Tumbling T when mysterious marauders faced him at every turn!, by C.K. Shaw, pg. 65.---"Hep overworks his mind", There was no doubt Willow Gulch needed a lawyer but the lawyer needed some first aid even more, by Glenn H. Wichman, pg. 45.---"The toy rancher", A callous destiny drove Sam Rigdon to a bitter choice--he must lose his ranch or wear the brand of cheat, by Wilfred McCormick, pg. 57.---"Death's pack train", A gold-hungry vulture waited for death to take its toll on Easter Creek, by Eugene R. Dutcher, pg. 89.---"The story of the West", Episode 31 in the making of the cattle country, by Gerard Delano, pg. 40.---"The Spencer repeating rifle", When a redskin bit the dust, more than likely it was after a Spencer had spoken, by Phil Sharpe, pg. 42.---"Elk-bustin' Gus", --a poem of the range, by C. Wiles Hallock, pg. 56.---"The roundup", by The editor, pg. 6.---"Where to go and how to get there", by John North, pg. 102.---"Mines and mining", by John A. Thompson, pg. 105.---"The hollow tree", by Helen Rivers, pg. 107.---"Missing", pg. 109.

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