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    The Bible Story [#23, August 8, 1964] (Fleetway Publications, 1/6d, 24pp)
    • 2 · The Story of the Greatest Book in the World: A Bible for the Wandering Folk · Rev. James M. Roe · ar; illustrated by Henry Seabright
    • 4 · The Story of Jonah · [uncredited] · ar
    • 6 · The Story of Jacob: Part 2. Laban’s Trick · [uncredited] · cs; illustrated by Patrick Nicolle
    • 8 · Wise Words and Words of Wonder and Praise · [uncredited] · ar
    • 9 · More Bible Stamps for Your Album · [uncredited] · ar
    • 10 · Can You Remember…? · [uncredited] · qz
    • 10 · How Your Favourite Hymns Came to Be Written: “How sweet the name of Jesus sounds” · [uncredited] · ar
    • 11 · Petra · [uncredited] · ar
    • 12 · Herod the Great: 1. The Rise to Power · Don Lawrence · cs
      adapted from “The Life and Times of Herod the Great” by Stewart Perowne, Hodder & Stoughton, 1956
    • 14 · The Story of the Life of Jesus: 23. He Walks Upon the Lake · [uncredited] · cs; illustrated by Paul Rainer
    • 16 · Strange to see · [uncredited] · ar
    • 17 · Animals of Bible Lands: Fowls for food · George Cansdale · ar
    • 18 · Great Cathedrals of the World: Llandaff · [uncredited] · ar
    • 20 · The Acts of the Apostles · [uncredited] · cl; illustrated by Patrick Nicolle
    • 22 · Ancient Churches of the East: The Coptic Church · [uncredited] · ar
    • 23 · Saint Dominic · [uncredited] · ar
    • 24 · Who’s Who in the Bible: Joshua · [uncredited] · cs


    The Bible Story [#24, August 15, 1964] (Fleetway Publications, 1/6d, 24pp, cover by James E. McConnell)
    • 2 · The Story of the Greatest Book in the World: Printing the World’s Best Seller · Rev. James M. Roe · ar
    • 3 · Bronze Doors with a Story · [uncredited] · ar
    • 4 · The Travellers of Bible Lands · Pauline Carter · ar; illustrated by Bill Lacey
    • 6 · The Story of Jacob: 3. The Return to Canaan · [uncredited] · cs; illustrated by Patrick Nicolle
    • 8 · Animals of Bible Lands: Long Distance Fliers · George Cansdale · ar
    • 9 · The Glass-Makers of Hebron · [uncredited] · ar
    • 10 · Can You Remember…? · [uncredited] · qz
    • 10 · Colour in the Bible · Percy Clarke · ar
    • 11 · Ports of Power · [uncredited] · ar
    • 12 · Herod the Great: 2. An Exile in Rome · Don Lawrence · cs
      adapted from “The Life and Times of Herod the Great” by Stewart Perowne, Hodder & Stoughton, 1956
    • 14 · The Story of the Life of Jesus: 24. The Woman with Faith · [uncredited] · cs; illustrated by Paul Rainer
    • 16 · Rock - The Saint Who Was Saved by a Dog… · [uncredited] · ar
    • 17 · Suffer the Little Children to Come unto Me… · Percy Clarke · ar
    • 17 · How Your Favourite Hymns Came to Be Written: “Rock of Ages” · [uncredited] · ar
    • 18 · Ancient Churches of the East: The Ethiopian Church · [uncredited] · ar
    • 20 · The Acts of the Apostles · [uncredited] · cl; illustrated by Patrick Nicolle
    • 22 · Great Cathedrals of the World: Hereford · Michael Oakley · ar
    • 24 · Who’s Who in the Bible: Jehu · [uncredited] · cs; illustrated by Hayes; the illustration is reprinted from The New Oxford Illustrated Bible.






    The Bible Story [#29, September 19, 1964] (Fleetway Publications, 1/6d, 24pp, cover: from New Oxford Illustrated Bible by Hayes)
    • 2 · The Story of the Greatest Book in the World: In the House of God · Rev. James M. Roe · ar
    • 3 · To Cure an Adder Bite · P. A. Clarke · ar
    • 4 · Master Benjamin Builds a New Home · Pauline Carter · ar
    • 6 · The Story of Joseph: 3. In Pharaoh’s Prison · [uncredited] · cs; illustrated by Robert Forrest
    • 8 · Boyhood of David: Born to Be King · [uncredited] · ar
    • 9 · The Pride of Palma · [uncredited] · ar
    • 10 · Can You Remember…? · [uncredited] · qz
    • 10 · How Your Favourite Hymns Came to Be Written: “Lord dismiss us with thy blessing” · [uncredited] · ar
    • 12 · Herod the Great: 7. At Bethlehem a King Is Born · Don Lawrence · cs
      adapted from “The Life and Times of Herod the Great” by Stewart Perowne, Hodder & Stoughton, 1956
    • 14 · The Story of the Life of Jesus: 29. The Lord’s Prayer · [uncredited] · cs; illustrated by Paul Rainer
    • 16 · Animals of Bible Lands: Birds… Great and Small · George Cansdale · ar
    • 17 · Note Book · [The Editor] · ed
    • 17 · The Parable of the Pharisee and the Publican · [uncredited] · ar; illustrated by Bill Lacey ,[?]
    • 18 · The Story of Thomas More: “…Stick to God upon pain of life” Part 2 · [uncredited] · ar; illustrated by Selby Donnison
    • 20 · The Acts of the Apostles · [uncredited] · cl; illustrated by Patrick Nicolle
    • 22 · In the City of Constantine · [uncredited] · ar
    • 23 · Michelangelo, Sculptor, Artist and Architect · [uncredited] · ar
    • 24 · Behold the Bible.. · [uncredited] · cs; illustrated by Hayes







    Biblio-Curiosa [#5 (2014)] (Chris Mikul, $6.00, 52pp, digest s/s)
    “The Children’s Books Issue.” Details supplied by Douglas A. Anderson.







    The Bibliophan! [#1(?) (n.d.)] ed. D. W.
    Details supplied by Sean Wallace.
    • 1 · [Dear Fans (and Fannettes, both of them)] · [uncredited] · ed
    • 2 · Gems of Wisdom, Filtered out from the Mire of Stf · [uncredited] · ed; note: The thing perperated by Basil Wells (note the surname!) in [Wollheim’s] Cosmos No. 1, under the title, “Biped”, is the business of the bibliophan. It is lifted, without the slightest acknowledgement, from the great H.G.W.’s “Country of the Blind.” Note 2: of greater interest is a discussion on “books that are never published,” [or] “bashful authors who lurk, trembling behind a flimsy barrier of pseudonym.” He further discusses “Christopher Blayre,” who wrote a volume titled “The Purple Sapphire, and other Poshumous Papers” (Phillip Allan, 1921) :The tales comprise a mixed bag of fantasy and stf.“ The last item on the contents page is ”The Cheetah-Girl“ yet on page 211: the publishers state ”The Publishers regret that they unable to print this MS“ When it was reprinted in 1932, the reference to ”The Cheetah-Girl“ was deleted and four stories added. The odd thing is, is that in the catalogue of the Cambridge University Library is the following entry: ”The Cheetah Girl: being the MS not published with the collection under the title of “The Purple Sapphire.” (privately published, limited to 20 copies), London, 1923. The editor inquires for any details from his readers on this mystery.


    Bifrost (1983)   (about)
    Previously a Star Trek fanzine titled Antithesis, not indexed. This was the final issue.

    • Publishers:
      • Antithesis Publications; Marietta, PA: Bifrost.
    • Editors:




    Bifrost [#1, Summer 1985] (108pp, quarto)
    Issue not indexed.



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