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Published March 1938 by Centaur
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Charles Biro
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"In a desert mountain of western United States..."
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Ken Fitch (signed)
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King's Revenge
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Wheels of Danger
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Published April 1938 by Centaur
"Snap it up!!
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Jack Cole
""Snap it up!!"
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Published April 1938 by Centaur

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"Snap it up!!
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""Snap it up!!"

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"May I please see some vacant apartments, sir?"
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Fred Schwab [as Swab]
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"Well, Tommy - what would you like to do?"
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Dick Ryan
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Dick Ryan (signed)
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"To Dragon Valley, by the sea..."
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Rafael Astarita ?
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"Do you think the world is round?"
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Fred Guardineer ?
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"Assorted nuts for sale!"
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Basil Wolverton ?
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Bobo Seltzer
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Fred Schwab
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"'Twas on a tub called "Mickey Finn" one day we saw--"
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Fred Schwab (signed)
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"I must make a cup of tea!"
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Bob Wood (signed)
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"Bargains in hats at the hats store"
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Dick Ryan
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"Order in the court!"
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Dick Ryan
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Dick Ryan
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Forgets to Remember
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Dick Ryan (signed)
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"Where are we going, moms?"
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Fred Schwab ?
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"Six together for me and missus - third row."
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Dick Ryan (signed)
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"Said baby Gooby to her ma..."
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Charles Biro ?
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"Ball Game To-day"
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Winsor McCay Jr. (signed)
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"The ice cream store in Slumberland is run by Doctor Pill..."
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Winsor McCay Jr. (signed)
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"An indian or sailor - that is the question!"
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Fred Schwab
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"Under the frenzied handling of the mad Professor Peters..."
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Ken Fitch (signed)
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Rubber Plantation
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George Nagle (signed)
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Ken Ernst ?
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Robert Louis Stevenson
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"Cheap! Cheap! Cheap!"
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"How's about a wee bit of a sample??"
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"The toughest job in all the world..."
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Fred Guardineer (signed)
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"Yeah, I think it's lunch time, Pop!"
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Dick Ryan
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"Oh, look - it works!"
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Jungle River
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Fred Stone (signed)
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"This funny land that's upside down..."
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Clem Gretter
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Published May 1938 by Centaur
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Engine Trouble
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Published July 1938 by Centaur
"It's two to one I don't get it back..."
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Jack Cole
Dick Ryan (signed)
""It's two to one I don't get it back...""
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Published July 1938 by Centaur

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"It's two to one I don't get it back..."
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Jack Cole
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Dick Ryan (signed)
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""It's two to one I don't get it back...""

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For Sale Slightly Used
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Fred Schwab
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"'Twas night-time here in Turvy-Land..."
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"On a strange island..."
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Ken Fitch
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Fred Guardineer (signed)
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"Scoop Cody, society reporter, arrives..."
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Ken Ernst ? [as KE]
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"Jack Evans, a member of the new Rangers..."
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Maurice Kashuba (signed)
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Long Tusk
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Norman Daniels (signed)
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"Think I'll sing a song for you, honey"
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Bob Wood (signed)
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Dick Ryan (signed)
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At the Beach
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Winsor McCay, Jr. (signed)
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Surprise For Moe
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Paul Gustavson
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Published September 1938 by Centaur
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Gill Fox
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Gill Fox

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Published November 1938 by Centaur
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Maurice Filchock
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Published December 1938 by Centaur
"Turning the thug..."
Paul Gustavson
Paul Gustavson
Terry Gilkison
""Turning the thug...""
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"Turning the thug..."
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Paul Gustavson
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""Turning the thug...""

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"News has just reached me..."
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Carl Burgos
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"Lin Wade top waddy of the 'Lazy Y' Ranch..."
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A. L. Petersen
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"Our story starts in the middle of the Pacific..."
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Fred Schwab
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Rider of the Plains
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H. David (signed)
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W. M. Allison (signed)
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"If Abe Carton hired Fadeaway..."
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Jack Binder
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"As fall comes again..."
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"Quick, boys, there's a stick-up..."
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Basil Wolverton ?
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"Stop! Halt! Don'y you do that--quit it!"
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Fred Schwab
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"What price dignity?"
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Jack Cole ?
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"See a base bawl?"
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Gill Fox (signed)
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"Wet White Wash"
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Fred Schwab
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"I'm off big houses for life!"
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Fred Schwab
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Published February 1939 by Centaur
The End of the Daltons
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A. Petersen
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"The End of the Daltons"
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Published February 1939 by Centaur

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The End of the Daltons
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"The End of the Daltons"

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Published March 1939 by Centaur
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Maurice Filchock
Phantom Rider
"" Phantom Rider is framed by another man posing as the Phantom Rider
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"" Phantom Rider is framed by another man posing as the Phantom Rider

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humor about 2 guys stranded on an island

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Ed Wood
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a little boy plays a Sherlock Holmes detective

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Paul Gustavson (signed)
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Speed Silvers is racing to New York for a rare serum that will save the life of a boy bitten by a spider.

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J. A. Patterson (signed)
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wordless humor strip

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The Last Pirate
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Carl Burgos (signed)
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Rocco and his adventures on the ship Emerald Queen.

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Matt Clayzon (signed)
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duck has a yard sale

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Maurice Hilchock (signed)
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non speaking little boy who goes on a hobo trip

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Pikadilly Jim Jr.
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2 page strip about a switchboard operator

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humor strip about time travel

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W. M. Allison
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Jane & Johnny spend time on a ranch

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Tarpe Mills (signed)
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Diana does a screen test
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Published April 1939 by Centaur
Trail of the Mammoth
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Gill Fox
Gill Fox (signed)
"Trail of the Mammoth"
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Published April 1939 by Centaur

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Trail of the Mammoth
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Gill Fox
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Gill Fox (signed)
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"Trail of the Mammoth"

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Published May 1939 by Centaur
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Fred Schwab
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Fred Schwab
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Published June 1939 by Centaur
Vacation Cowgirl
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B. W.
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"Vacation Cowgirl"
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Published June 1939 by Centaur

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Vacation Cowgirl
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B. W.
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"Vacation Cowgirl"

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"Boy--Ah sho' do wish some business would come along!"
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"Great pitchin', Homer---"
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Paul Gustavson
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"Davy Jones and Butch are marooned..."
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Ed Wood
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"On learning that the Indians are taking the warpath..."
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"It is said that justice is blind..."
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Tarpe Mills
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"England and France are at war."
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Carl Burgos
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"I suppose you're Speed Silvers---"
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Paul Gustavson
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"Here's a quarter..."
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Big Sale Today
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"I don't know which stars to believe!"
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Fred Schwab
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"Hey--boss--I'm president of the Office Boys' Union--"
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"To-night's program is dedicated to Bear Cave Corners."
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Dick Ryan
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"Lemme have some soup"
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Fred Schwab
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"I'm having a pipe dream..."
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Fred Schwab
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"I can not tell a lie..."
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Fred Schwab
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"Dash and Sloppy Pete ordered the Earth-Headquarters..."
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Ed Wood
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"I'm a sucker when it comes to pretty nurses!"
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Martin Filchock ?
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Published July 1939 by Centaur
Arizona's Ace Trick
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Maurice Filchock
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"Arizona's Ace Trick"
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Published July 1939 by Centaur

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Arizona's Ace Trick
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Maurice Filchock
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"Arizona's Ace Trick"

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Published August 1939 by Centaur
"A child would be able to follow this map."
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Claire S. Moe (signed)
Fred Schwab [as Schwab] (signed)
""A child would be able to follow this map.""
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Published August 1939 by Centaur

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"A child would be able to follow this map."
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Claire S. Moe (signed)
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Fred Schwab [as Schwab] (signed)
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""A child would be able to follow this map.""

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My World's Fair Nightmare
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? Morgan (signed)
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"Now scat!"
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Bob Wood (signed)
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"You're home early tonight, Dovey..."
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"The soup is too hot!"
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"I want sugar, tea, milk, and bread.."
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"Ooo! Now we'll see the monkey"
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"Hey - stop posin' and start pitchin'!!"
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Paul Gustavson (signed)
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"For the ragman?"
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Martin Filchock (signed)
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"Diana had been modelling gowns..."
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Tarpe Mills (signed)
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"Count Rocco enroute to France..."
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Carl Burgos (signed)
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"That's right. I'm the engineer of this train!"
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Paul Gustavson (signed)
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"That girl of yours is always hungry..."
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Bob Wood (signed)
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"You put him out. I'll put out the lights."
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"A lusty roar came from the crowd..."
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Thy Evil Spirit, Brutus
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"We loves chicken We loves pie We hope to eat it 'Till we die"
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"That razor couldn't cut my beard..."
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Fred Schwab [as FS] (signed)
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"Let this be a lesson t'ya!"
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