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<< 2 Western Books (1948-1954) >>

Genre: Western
Category:
Issue List: Complete
Publication: Ceased
Publishers: Fiction House/Flying Stories Inc.
Editors:
See also 2 Western-Action Books (1950-1954).
--Gordon, May 12, 2006
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FictionMags: Two Western Books 14 issues.
19
issues
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Extra
1948



















Winter
v1#1
No. 1
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1949

Spring
v1#2
No. 2
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Summer
v1#3
No. 3
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Fall
v1#4
No. 4
images available
Winter
v1#5
No. 5
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1950

Spring
v1#6
No. 6
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Summer
v1#7
No. 7
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Fall
v1#8
No. 8
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Winter
v1#9
No. 9
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1951

Spring
v1#10
No. 10
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Summer
v1#11
No. 11
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Winter
v1#12
No. 12
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1952

Spring
v2#1
No. 13
images available
Summer
v2#2
No. 14
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Winter
v2#3
No. 15
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1953

Spring
v2#4
No. 16

FM:(Jan-Mar) images available
Summer
v2#5
No. 17
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Winter
v2#6
No. 18
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1954

Spring
v2#7
No. 19

FM:(Jan-Mar) images available




















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19 total issues.
12 Matching FictionMag issues. 2 Partial matched FictionMag issues. 0 Unmatched FictionMag issues.
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