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BOYS' LIFE MAGAZINE MAY 1965 by Boy Scouts Of America - 1965 - from Gibson's Books and


by Boy Scouts Of America

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New Brunswick, NJ: Boy Scouts of America. 1965. Magazine. Very Good with no dust jacket; Rafting a Wild River on Cover. Articles inside include On the Middle Fork, World's Fair Service Corps. , Playing First Base with Bill White, Izaak Walton, Pee Wee Harris, Lots of Cartoons, Fiction by Howard M. Brier, Fred Grove, and more. Filled with great Illustrations and period advertising including, Pepsi, Murray, Wilson, Schwinn and more. Magazine is in good condition, wear at edges. ; B&W and color Illustrations; 82 pages .
  • Bookseller: Gibson's Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 75375
  • Author: Boy Scouts Of America
  • Format/binding: Magazine
  • Book condition: Used
  • Publisher: Boy Scouts of America
  • Place: New Brunswick, NJ
  • Date published: 1965
  • Keywords: Scouting, Boy's Life, Photographs, Illustrated, Boy Scouts, Magazine, Pee Wee Herman, Baseball, Cartoons
  • Bookseller catalogs: Scouting;


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