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    The Midland [v19, January/February 1932] (standard)
    Issue partially indexed from The Standard Index of Short Stories by Francis J. Hannigan.







    Midnight (1922):   (about)
    Midnight is an extremely scarce, early, tabloid, crime magazine that initially featured a mixture of fiction, true confessions, and exposes, but later became all fiction under the names Midnight Mysteries and Midnight Mystery Stories. Some of the early issues were destroyed by court order as being too risque.


    Midnight

    • Publishers:
      • Midnight Publishing Co., Inc.; 119 West 40th Street, New York, NY: Midnight.


    Midnight [v1 #1, August 19, 1922] (Midnight Publishing Company, Inc., 10¢, 9.25″ x 12.25″)
    Details supplied by Alfred Jan.


    Midnight [v1 #2, August 26, 1922] (Midnight Publishing Company, Inc., 10¢, 9.25″ x 12.25″)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.


    Midnight [v1 #3, September 2, 1922] (Midnight Publishing Company, Inc., 10¢, 9.25″ x 12.25″)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.


    Midnight [v1 #4, September 9, 1922] (Midnight Publishing Company Inc., 10¢, 9.25″ x 12.25″, cover: [Della Vanna of the Greenwich Village Follies])
    Details taken from Table of Contents.


    Midnight [v1 #5, September 16, 1922] (Midnight Publishing Company, Inc., 10¢, 9.25″ x 12.25″)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.


    Midnight [v1 #6, September 23, 1922] (Midnight Publishing Company, Inc., 10¢, 32pp, 9.25″ x 12.25″, cover: [black and white photo of a near-nude seated model beneath wall-clock])
    • 3 · Burning the Candle at Both Ends · Bernarr Macfadden · ed
    • 4 · A Midnight Seance with Jazzy Spooks · [uncredited] · ms
    • 5 · How I Entertained My Small Town Sweetheart in New York · [uncredited] · uw; unfinished story to be completed by readers.
    • 8 · Did the Parson Love the Naughtiest Girl in America · [uncredited] · ss
    • 9 · Sold to the Devil [Part 1 of 5] · John R. Coryell · sl
    • 13 · Why Geo. M. Cohan Pushed Fanny Brice Off the Stage · [uncredited] · ms
    • 14 · French Heels on American Bootlegs · [uncredited] · ms
    • 15 · Daughter of a Murderer [Part 1 of 4] · John W. Grey · sl
    • 19 · Centerfold Photos: Who Has the Most Beautiful Neck on Broadway · [Various] · pi
    • 20 · Saving Souls, Part 6 · Jazz · iv
    • 21 · How Much Is a Stolen Kiss Worth? · Edgar F. Stone · ss
    • 22 · My Greatest Midnight Thrill · [The Readers] · lc
    • 23 · Midnight · Nellie C. Gillmore · ss
    • 25 · Charged with His Own Murder [Part 6 of 6] · Fulton Oursler · sl
    • 27 · The Life Story of Veronica [Part 6 of 6] · [uncredited] · bg



    Midnight [Volume 1 Number 8, October 7, 1922] (Midnight Publishing Company, Inc., 10¢, 32pp, 9.25″ x 12.25″, cover: [black and white photo of a model holding a clock striking midnight (posed by Hallie Manning of the Ziegfeld Follies)])
    Details taken from Table of Contents.



    Midnight [v1 #10, October 21, 1922] (Midnight Publishing Company, Inc., 10¢, 32pp, 9.25″ x 12.25″, cover: [black and white photo of a leggy dancer beneath a wall clock (posed by Evelyn Law)])
    Details taken from Table of Contents.



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