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    Modern Electrics [v5 #7, October 1912] (large)
    • The Scientific Adventures of Mr. Fosdick: The Feline Light and Power Company Is Organized · Jacque Morgan · ss


    Modern Electrics [v5 #8, November 1912] (large)
    • The Scientific Adventures of Mr. Fosdick: Mr. Fosdick Invents the “Seidlitzmobile” · Jacque Morgan · ss


    Modern Electrics [v5 #9, December 1912] (large)
    • The Scientific Adventures of Mr. Fosdick: The International Electro-Galvanic Undertaking Corporation · Jacque Morgan · ss


    Modern Electrics [v5 #10, January 1913] (large)
    • The Scientific Adventures of Mr. Fosdick: The Afro-American Cataphoretic Process Co., Limited · Jacque Morgan · ss


    Modern Electrics [v5 #11, February 1913] (large)
    Becomes Electrical Experimenter with May 1913 issue.
    • The Scientific Adventures of Mr. Fosdick: Mr. Fosdick Goes In For Synthetic Chemistry · Jacque Morgan · ss



    Modern Girl Book [v1 #2, May 1939] (Lex Publications, New York, 25¢, 60pp, 8½" x 11½")
    NB Title given as Modern Girl Book Magazine on cover and Modern Girl Book on contents page. Details supplied by John Eggeling.
    • 5 · Modern Girls’ Place in the Sun · Anon. · pi; photographic studies.
    • 10-11, 53 · No Job for a Woman · Robert Turner · ss
    • 12 · Come Just As You Are... · Anon. · ct
    • 13 · Broadway’s Most Beautiful Girls · Anon. · pi; photographic studies.
    • 18-20, 57 · 20th Century Love · Mary Madden · ss
    • 21 · Help!... A Shark · Anon. · ct
    • 22 · Modern Girls in Sports · Anon. · pi; photographic studies.
    • 26-28, 56 · Adams and Eve · Michael Hale · ss
    • 29 · Come Over Here · Anon. · ct
    • 30 · Modern Girls and Gags · Anon. · hu
    • 32 · Modern Girls in Hollywood · Anon. · pi; photographic studies.
    • 36-38, 54 · Kid Sister · Nancy Paige · ss
    • 39 · I Wish My Wife... · Anon. · ct
    • 40 · Modern Girl Models · Anon. · pi; photographic studies.
    • 44 · Cave of Love · Rex Rollins · ss
    • 47 · But Why Do You Have to Ask Your Mother? · Anon. · ct
    • 48 · Modern Girls and Gags · Anon. · hu
    • 50 · Modern Girls’ Place in the Sun · Anon. · pi; photographic studies.
    • 52 · Modern Girls and Gags · Anon. · hu
    • 55 · Cave of Love · Rex Rollins · ss























    Modern Man Quarterly [v9, Winter 1957] (68pp)
    Details taken from eBay listing.
    • MM’s Gift-Wrapped Girlfriends · Anon. · pi
    • Spearfishing · Anon. · ar
    • Death of a Red-Blooded Blue Blood · Anon. · ar
    • Modern Art for Men · Anon. · pi
    • When the Grave Was Opened · Anon. · ms
    • The Killer-Catchers of Scotland Yard · Anon. · ms
    • The Price of Passion · Milton White · ss


    Modern Mechanics and Inventions    (about)
    A pulp-size science magazine. During the period from November 1928 to July 1929 it serialized reprints of three Edgar Rice Burroughs novels: The Moon Maid as “Conquest of the Moon” (Nov 28 to Feb 1929), At the Earth’s Core as “Lost Inside the Earth” (Feb to Apr 1929), and Under the Moons of Mars as “Carter of the Red Planet” (Apr to Jul 1929). MM&I published no original fiction.

    • Publishers:
      • Fawcett Publications, Inc.; Chicago, IL: Modern Mechanics and Inventions







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