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    Pluck [v11, #502 (New Series), June 13, 1914] (1d, 28+iv)
    • 1 · Officer Jim · Anon. · nv; adapted from the movie.; illustrated by photos
    • 8 · The Man Who Knew [Will Spearing] · Anon. · nv; illustrated by W. F. Dodson
    • 16 · The Mystery of Mr. Marks · Jack W. Bobin · nv; adapted from the movie.; illustrated by photos
    • 22 · Robin Hood and Maid Marian [Part 3 of 7] · W. Murray Graydon · sl; adapted from the movie.; illustrated by photos
    • iii · The Editor’s Weekly Chat with His Readers · Anon. · ed




    Pluck [v11, #505 (New Series), July 4, 1914] (1d, 28+iv, cover by Ernest Ibbetson)
    • 1 · The Afghan Raiders · Edgar West · nv; adapted from the movie.; illustrated by photos
    • 8 · The Two Bushmen · Clive R. Fenn · nv; adapted from the movie.; illustrated by photos
    • 16 · The Case of the Master Mimic · Anon. · nv; illustrated by W. Reading
    • 26 · Robin Hood and Maid Marian [Part 6 of 7] · W. Murray Graydon · sl; adapted from the movie.; illustrated by photos
    • iii · The Editor’s Weekly Chat with His Readers · Anon. · ed





    Pluck [v11, #509 (New Series), August 1, 1914] (1d, 28+iv)
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    Pluck and Luck [#1315, August 15, 1923] (Harry E. Wolff Publisher, Inc., 7¢, 32pp+) (Full Text)
    • 1 · The Little Corsican; or, The Boy of the Barricades · Allan Arnold · nv
    • 21 · Current News · Anon. · cl
    • 22 · The Vanishing of Val Vane; or, The Troubles of a Boy Millionaire [Part ? of ?] · William Wade · sl; chapter 23.
    • 23 · Good Reading · Anon. · cl
    • 24 · Interesting Radio News and Hints · Anon. · cl
    • 26 · Laughs · Anon. · hu
    • 27 · Items of General Interest · Anon. · cl
    • 28 · Interesting Articles · Anon. · cl














    Pocket Budget Library [#1 (July 1903)] (James Henderson, 1d, 32pp, 6¼" x 10")
    Details supplied by William G. Coffin.







    Pocket Detective Magazine (1930s)    (about)
    An early experiment with a “pocket-sized” magazine to persuade readers to part with their cash in the hard days after the depression, Pocket Detective featured many of the same authors as the other Street & Smith detective pulps. Bad sales did not result in the anticipated success and it folded after 11 issues.

    • Publishers:
      • Street & Smith Publications, Inc.; 79 Seventh Avenue, New York, NY: Pocket Detective Magazine

    • Editors:







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