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    Saga [v1 #1, June 1934] ed. Lowell Thomas (Albert Buranelli, Long Prairie, Minn., 25¢, large, cover by Earl Oliver Hurst)
    Details supplied by John Locke from Table of Contents. No items bylined in Table of Contents.
    • 4 · Let’s Tell the World · Anon. · cl
    • 5 · Adventure in Books · Anon. · br
    • 9 · Lauterbach of the China Sea · Anon. · ms
    • 10 · Lauterbach of the China Sea: Book One: Away to Sea · Anon. · ms
    • 33 · Lauterbach of the China Sea: Book Two: Escape · Anon. · ms
    • 70 · Lauterbach of the China Sea: Book Three: Home Again · Anon. · ms
    • 86 · Deep Sea Religion · Anon. · ms
    • 88 · Adventurettes · Anon. · ms
    • 92 · Winged Challenge · Anon. · ms
    • 93 · High Adventure · Anon. · ms









    Saga [v8 #1, April 1954] (Macfadden Publications Inc., quarto, cover by Herb Mott)
    Details taken from eBay listing.
    • Elegant Mouthpiece · Edwin Linn · ar; the story of J. Roland Sala with photos that include Pat Ward and Jim Kilgallen. Story centers around the Jelke case.
    • Wars I Have Seen Written and Illustrated · John Groth · ar
    • The Complete and Authentic Life of Jesse James · Carl W. Breihan · ex Frederick Fell, Inc. 1953; illustrated by photos
    • Case of the Substituted Corpse · Herbert Asbury · ss; about John C. Cult central figure in a New York murder in 1841.; illustrated by Paul Callé
    • The Wonderful Three Horse Hitch · John C. V. Morris · ar; illustrated by Jack Hearne
    • Attack at Anchor · George Fielding Eliot · ss; the United States against the British again as Master Commandant Thomas MacDonough, US Navy and the Saratoga take center stage.; illustrated by Herb Mott
    • They Swept the Seas · Melvin R. Etheridge · ts; the story of a skipper that has knocked off 5 Japanese ships and with a tiger by the tail, couldn’t let go. Stars Lieutenant Bill Yeager and the U.S.S. Rainbow.; illustrated by Ed Valigursky
    • Johnny Gaunt Captured a Railroad · Frank J. Canney · ts; illustrated by Leo Summers
    • The Crippled Stallion · Robert V. Williams · ss
    • Baboon Slayer · David Marais · ss; illustrated by Tom Beecham
    • Why Did Not She Marry the Repairman · Arthur Marx · ss
    • The Race That’s Hardly Ever Run · Al Hirshberg · ar; the Inferno ski race in New Hampshire.
    • Stan Smith’s Guide to Trout Fishing · Stan Smith · ar




    Saga [v59 #6, December 1981] ed. David J. Elrich (Lexington Library, Inc., $1.50, 82pp, quarto)
    Details supplied by Tom Daniels.
    • 6 · Feedback · [The Readers] · lt
    • 8 · Sounds · [Various] · rv; music reviews.
    • 10 · SAGA Scene · [Various] · ms
    • 12 · Outdoors Combat Handgunning · J. D. Weller · ar
    • 14 · Remembering Pearl Harbor · Wilfred D. Burke · ar
    • 18 · Louis L’Amour - How the West Was Written · William Hoffer · ar
    • 20 · Rosanne Cash - Punktry Superstar · Alanna Nash · ar
    • 24 · The Phantom Skyjacker - In Search of D.B. Cooper · Darrell Bob Houston · ts
    • 28 · To Buy or Lease? - That Is the Question · Al Burns · ar
    • 30 · Modern-Day Vampire Hunter · Jerry Ahern · ts
    • 34 · Cheerleaders on Parade - Sideline Superstars · Pat Borelli · ar
    • 40 · Judy Landers “Stacks” Up · Anon. · pi
    • 44 · SAGA’s College Basketball Preview · Charles Dodin · ar
    • 64 · Sybil Danning - Breathless · Anon. · pi
    • 74 · Do It Yourself: A Home Bar · Anon. · ms
    • 81 · The Seduction of Morgan Fairchild · Brian Sullivan · pi


    The Saint Detective Magazine:    (about)
    The Saint Detective Magazine was launched in Spring 1953 and initially published a story in each issue featuring Leslie Charteris’ Saint, after whom the magazine was named. The title was changed to The Saint Mystery Magazine from November 1958 and to The Saint Magazine from May 1966. The new name didn’t last long and the magazine folded in October 1967 after a very creditable 141 issues.


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