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    Racketeer and Gangland Stories
    Title changed from Gangland Stories, following merger with Racketeer Stories.

    • Publishers:
      • Blue Band Publishing Corp.; Myrick Building, Springfield, MA: Racketeer and Gangland Stories.





    The Gang Magazine   (about)
    One of the innumerable magazines introduced to capitalise on the reading public’s fascination with gangsters and gun molls, The Gang Magazine was less successful than most and lasted a mere three issues.

    • Publishers:
      • Lincoln Hoffman; 220 West 42nd Street, New York, NY: The Gang Magazine.
    • Editors:





    Gang Shorts   (about)
    Small pamphlet magazines issued toward the end of the Second World War when paper rationing was at its height.

    • Publishers:
      • Gerald G. Swan, Ltd.: Gang Shorts.



    Gang Shorts [2nd Collection] (Gerald G. Swan, 5.5″ x 8.5″)
    Issue not indexed.




    Gangster Stories:   (about)
    Initially one of Hersey’s more successful pulps, Gangster Stories was sold in 1932, along with all his magazine assets. The new owners boastfully renamed the magazine Greater Gangster Stories but the readers were less impressed and the magazine folded after only 13 issues.


    Gangster Stories

    • Publishers:
      • Good Story Magazine Co., Inc.; 25 West 43rd Street, New York, NY; and later at Myrick Building, Springfield, MA: Gangster Stories, Nov 1929 – Nov 1931.
      • Blue Band Publishing Corp.; Myrick Building, Springfield, MA: Gangster Stories, Dec 1931 – Nov 1932.
    • Editors:








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