ADVENTURE: July 1940


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.

Title: ADVENTURE: July 1940

Author Name: Adventure (F. R. Buckley; Henry Herbert Knibbs; Luke Short; Leslie T. White; Richard Howells Watkins; William MacLeod Raine; Ivan March; Garnet Radcliffe)

Categories: Adventure Pulps,

Publisher: NY, Popular Publications: 1940

Binding: SingleIssueMagazine

Book Condition: Very Good-

Seller ID: PA1200

Keywords: Adventure Pulps, War, Historical Fiction, Pulp