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    Girl Rackets    (about)
    Subtitled “True Stories of Gold Diggers”, but is apparently fiction.

    • Publishers:
      • Better Publications, Inc.; 22 West 48th Street, New York, NY: Girl Rackets



    Girl’s Detective Mysteries    (about)
    Companion to the short-lived Boy’s Adventure Stories, this magazine folded after a single undistinguished issue.

    • Publishers:
      • Layne Publishing Corp.; 4600 Diversey Avenue, Chicago, IL: Girl’s Detective Mysteries



    G-Men:
    G-Men was launched by Standard Magazines in 1935 and rapidly established itself as the most popular of those featuring federal agent crime stories. It ran for 53 monthly issues until Feb-1940 at which point the decline of interest in “G-Man” stories caused a slight change in title (and emphasis) to G-Men Detective and a shift to a bimonthly schedule (occasionally falling to quarterly) which it maintained for a further 59 issues until the magazine folded in Winter 1953.


    G-Men

    • Publishers:
      • Beacon Magazines, Inc.; 22 West 48th Street, New York, NY: G-Men


















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