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    National Novels Monthly   (about)
    Contained undated rebound unsold copies of The Reader’s Library. At least 2 issues appeared, probably in 1932, but no details are known.





    The National Police Gazette [October 1951] (20¢, tabloid) []
    Details supplied by K. Becker.
    • · SPORTS
    • 12 · Muldoon—First and Foremost Mat Champion! · [uncredited] · ar
    • 13 · What Makes the Dodgers Great! · Oscar Fraley · ar
    • 16 · The Willie Pep-Sandy Saddler Grudge Battle · Lester Bromberg · ar
    • 18 · Fights Never to Be Forgotten—(“Kid” Lavigne-Frank Erne) · [uncredited] · ar
    • 20 · Quebec’s Queen of Sportsmen’s Paradise · Stuart Longendyke · ar
    • 22 · Racing—Sporting Brains and Freak Bettors · [uncredited] · ar
    • 22 · Paddock Ratings—(Horses to Watch) · [uncredited] · ar
    • · EXPOSE FEATURES
    • 6 · Old New Orleans—Port of Evil! · Herbert Ashbury · ar
    • 7 · Slumber That Kills!—(The Sleeping Pill Racket) · George P. Larrick · ar
    • 8 · Hitler Is Alive! · [uncredited] · ar
    • · TRUE ADVENTURE
    • 4 · “I Battled an African Elephant!” · Carl Akeley · ar Boys’ Life May 1924, as “Elephant!”
    • 10 · Poison Ivy Deathbed for the Bridegroom! · [uncredited] · ts
    • · PEOPLE
    • 3 · Hollywood’s Mystery Madam · Bob Hartford · ar
    • 15 · Abbott and Costello Bounce Back! · John Reese · ar
    • · COLOR PIN-UPS
    • 14 · Mona Knox—“Date of the Month” · [Misc.] · pi
    • 19 · Frank Erne—“Gallery of Champions” · [Misc.] · pi
    • · GAZETTE SPECIALS
    • 11 · Scarne on Gambling · John Scarne · cl
    • 21 · Mickey Walker’s Column · Mickey Walker · cl
    • 29 · Postage Due · [Misc.] · cl









    The National Sunday Magazine:   (about)
    One of the four “Sunday Magazines” published during the period 1902 to 1920 (roughly), The National Sunday Magazine is one of the most confusing as it seems to have had a number of different names. In 1911 and 1912, for instance, it was known as The Family Magazine Section, The Monthly Magazine Section, and even The Semi-Monthly Magazine Section, and in 1915 it seems to have been called United Sunday Magazine Newspaper Magazines.

    The National Sunday Magazine appeared in at least The Boston Sunday Globe, The Chicago Herald, The Chicago Sunday Tribune, The Cincinnati Enquirer, The New York World, The Pittsburgh Dispatch, The San Francisco Call, and The San Francisco Chronicle.
















    The National Sunday Magazine [January 10, 1915] []
    Issue partially indexed from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).



    The National Sunday Magazine [February 28, 1915] []
    Issue partially indexed from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


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