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TRIXIE BELDEN: THE MYSTERY AT SARATOGA. #24.
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TRIXIE BELDEN: THE MYSTERY AT SARATOGA. #24.

By Kenny, Kathryn

Racine, WI:: Golden Press,, (1979.). Very good (minor wear to covers) . Trade paperback. Oval illustration on front cover. While not as well known as Nancy Drew, this is many girls' favorite series: Trixie is a real girl, with chores, school to attend, a little brother to babysit - but lots of adventures! One of the less common later titles in the series. 210 pp.

$19.50

TRIXIE BELDEN: THE MARSHLAND MYSTERY, #10.
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TRIXIE BELDEN: THE MARSHLAND MYSTERY, #10.

By Kenny, Kathryn

Racine, WI:: Whitman,, 1977.. Very good (usual light toning to pages.). Trade paperback - oval cover illustration by Jack Wacker. The format used for the most titles in the series - from #1-34. While not as well known as Nancy Drew, this is many girls' favorite series: Trixie is a real girl, with chores, school to attend, a little brother to babysit - but lots of adventures! 212 pp.

$12.50

WHEN POLLY WAS EIGHTEEN, #5 in series.
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WHEN POLLY WAS EIGHTEEN, #5 in series.

By Dowd, Emma (d 1938)

New York:: Grosset & Dunlap,, (c 1921). Fair condition in green cloth with darker green lettering and illustration on front cover (some fraying to sides of spine, gift inscription dated in 1924). Reprint. The fifth and last book in this series. Color frontispiece. 276 pp.

$13.50

JANNY.
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JANNY.

By Abbott, Jane D (1881-1968)

Philadelphia:: Lippincott,, (1927). Very good in pale gold cloth with black lettering (missing the final plate) . 2nd printing. A title in Abbott's series "Books for Girls" - " How the 'country cousin' (an orphan who grew up in small mining town in the remote woodlands of Canada) wins the admiration of her New York relatives and saves the day for them, in the end. Illustrated by Emlen McConnell with a color frontispiece and three internal plates on glossy paper. "Second impression" is stated on the half title page. 288 pp.

$20.00

TRIXIE BELDEN: THE MYSTERY AT MEAD'S MOUNTAIN. #22.
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TRIXIE BELDEN: THE MYSTERY AT MEAD'S MOUNTAIN. #22.

By Kenny, Kathryn

Racine, WI:: Golden Press,, (1978). Very good (crease to lower corner of front cover). Trade paperback. Oval illustration on front cover by Jack Wacker. While not as well known as Nancy Drew, this is many girls' favorite series: Trixie is a real girl, with chores, school to attend, a little brother to babysit - but lots of adventures! 210 pp.

$17.50

TRIXIE BELDEN: THE MYSTERY OF THE UNSEEN TREASURE, #19.
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TRIXIE BELDEN: THE MYSTERY OF THE UNSEEN TREASURE, #19.

By Kenny, Kathryn

Racine, WI:: Golden Press,, (1977.). Very good (usual toning to the pages, prev owner's name, no creasing.). Paperback. While not as well known as Nancy Drew, this is many girls' favorite series: Trixie is a real girl, with chores, school to attend, a little brother to babysit - but lots of adventures! Oval illustration by Jack Wacker on front cover. 210 pp.

$16.50

TRIXIE BELDEN: THE MYSTERY OF THE GHOSTLY GALLEON, #27.
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TRIXIE BELDEN: THE MYSTERY OF THE GHOSTLY GALLEON, #27.

By Kenny, Kathryn

Racine, WI:: Golden Press,, (1979). Good+ overall (checkmarks on list of titles, some wear to the covers, usual toning, but a tight copy). Trade paperback. Oval cover illustration by Jack Wacker. While not as well known as Nancy Drew, this is many girls' favorite series: Trixie is a real girl, with chores, school to attend, a little brother to babysit - but lots of adventures! . 213 pp.

$17.50

TRIXIE BELDEN: THE MYSTERY OF THE MISSING MILLIONAIRE,  #34.
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TRIXIE BELDEN: THE MYSTERY OF THE MISSING MILLIONAIRE, #34.

By Kenny, Kathryn

Racine, WI:: Golden Press,, (1980.). Good overall - previous owner's name, some light creases to cover, binding cracked at p 164-165.. First printing, a trade paperback. Oval cover illustration by Jack Wacker. One of the less common later titles in the series - inside lists to #34 with "new" after Very good+.#32 to #34. Cover price 1.25.

$14.50

TRIXIE BELDEN: THE MARSHLAND MYSTERY, #10.
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TRIXIE BELDEN: THE MARSHLAND MYSTERY, #10.

By Kenny, Kathryn

Racine, WI:: Golden Press,, (1970.). Good condition (tear to front endpaper). Later printing. The 'plain' or 'thin' format: the last hardcover format used for this series. Cover illustration by Larry Frederick. White endpapers, with green drawings of the Bob-Whites, now distinctly teenagers of the period (1970's.) Measures 7 3/4 by 5 1/8 inches. 212 pages.

$14.50

TRIXIE BELDEN: THE MYSTERY OF THE VANISHING VICTIM,  #33.
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TRIXIE BELDEN: THE MYSTERY OF THE VANISHING VICTIM, #33.

By Kenny, Kathryn

Racine, WI:: Golden Press,, (1980.). Fair condition only (tear at base of spine, binding cracked between pp 150-151).. First printing,a trade paperback. One of the less common later titles in the series - inside lists to #34 with 'new' after 32-34. Oval cover illustration by Jack Wacker. 210 pp. This was apparently published for the Canadian market, with no price on the cover.

$16.50

THE OUTDOOR GIRLS IN THE SADDLE or The Girl Miner of Gold Run: Outdoor Girls Series 12.
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THE OUTDOOR GIRLS IN THE SADDLE or The Girl Miner of Gold Run: Outdoor Girls Series 12.

By Hope, Laura Lee.

New York:: Grosset & Dunlap,, (c. 1922). Good overall in khaki covers illustrated in red and dark green -gift inscription dated Dec 25, 1925, minor wear. . Early printing. The girls have a real outdoor adventure as they spend the summer on a Western ranch. Lists to itself at the beginning of the book and to #14 in the series at the end of the book. Illustrated with a glossy frontispiece and two internal plates on plain paper. 214 pp plus 2 pp of advertisements.

$19.50

COMRADES OF THE SADDLE; or, The Young Rough Riders of the Plains.
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COMRADES OF THE SADDLE; or, The Young Rough Riders of the Plains.

By Webster, Frank V.

Akron, Ohio:: Saalfield Publishing Co.,, (c 1911). Good overall in purple covers (usual rather severe toning to the pages) in a somewhat faded but otherwise very good dust jacket. . Reprint. One of 25 books in the "Webster series" written under this Stratemeyer house name in the rags-to-riches style of Horatio Alger "but his tales are thoroughly up-to-date." Unlike most of the Stratemeyer series, each book featured different characters. In this two young boys are visiting a ranch in New Mexico for the summer, and they encounter rustlers, wildfire and solve the mystery of the "Lost Lode" in the mountains. Plain frontispiece. 206 pp.

$21.50

GARRY GRAYSON'S HITTING THE LINE or Stanley Prep on a New Gridiron, #7 in series.
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GARRY GRAYSON'S HITTING THE LINE or Stanley Prep on a New Gridiron, #7 in series.

By Dawson, Elmer.

New York:: Grosset & Dunlap, , (1929). Very good in orange cloth with brown lettering on spine and front cover, no dust jacket.. Early printing. Number 7 in the series: the last title listed on the front of the book - lists to #10 in this series in the ad at the end. Glossy frontispiece by Walter S. Rogers. A series described as 'good clean football at its best - and in addition rattling stories of mystery and schoolboy rivalries.' 214 pp plus 6 pp publisher's ads. Illustrated endpapers.

$17.00

HIRAM THE YOUNG FARMER or Making the Soil Pay: Back to the Soil Series, #1.
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HIRAM THE YOUNG FARMER or Making the Soil Pay: Back to the Soil Series, #1.

By Todd, Burbank L.

New York:: George Sully & Company,, (1914). Good overall in illustrated yellow boards - covers are clean and attractive, binding is sturdy, but pages are rather severely tanned. Gift inscription dated Christmas 1921,. First or very early edition. The first book in a new series to show boys what can be done on a farm. Hiram is a country farm boy who longs for the city, but fails when he gets there. He returns to the country and then begins to show what can be done on a small farm that has been badly run down. Glossy frontispiece by Boehm. 308 pp.

$28.50

GARRY GRAYSON'S WINNING KICK or Battling for Honor, #6 in series.
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GARRY GRAYSON'S WINNING KICK or Battling for Honor, #6 in series.

By Dawson, Elmer.

New York:: Grosset & Dunlap, , (1928). Very good in light green cloth with dark green lettering on spine, dark green outlined in black on front cover, no dust jacket.. First edition. Number 6 in the series: the last title listed on the front of the book - lists to #5 in this series in the ad at the end. Glossy frontispiece by Walter S. Rogers. A series described as 'good clean football at its best - and in addition rattling stories of mystery and schoolboy rivalries.' 218 pp plus 2 pp publisher's ads.

$17.50

TRIXIE BELDEN: THE MYSTERY OF THE QUEEN'S NECKLACE. #23.
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TRIXIE BELDEN: THE MYSTERY OF THE QUEEN'S NECKLACE. #23.

By Kenny, Kathryn

Racine, WI:: Golden Press,, (1979.). Near fine condition (almost like new - usual toning to the pages, but no creases). First printing, a trade paperback While not as well known as Nancy Drew, this is many girls' favorite series: Trixie is a real girl, with chores, school to attend, a little brother to babysit - but lots of adventures! This is one of the harder to find titles in the series. Oval illustration on front cover with T-shirt offer. Lists to #28 with "new" after #23-28. 212 pp.

$27.50

THE SHIP WITHOUT A CREW: A Tod Moran Mystery.
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THE SHIP WITHOUT A CREW: A Tod Moran Mystery.

By Pease, Howard

Garden City, NY:: Doubleday,, (ca 1963, c 1934). Ex-library with the usual markings, but overall good condition in a good dust jacket (spine label on dj). Later printing. Story set in Tahiti, but suggested by the true story of 'The Mary Celeste.' Code of E32 on last page, indicating a 1963 printing. 304 pp. Jacket by Anton Otto Fischer.

$28.50

THE YOUNG CONTINENTALS AT BUNKER HILL, #2 in series.
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THE YOUNG CONTINENTALS AT BUNKER HILL, #2 in series.

By McIntyre, John T. (1871-1951)

Philadelphia:: Penn Publishing Company,, 1910.. Near fine in illustrated orange cloth with white lettering - previous owner's name on front endpaper, but an unusually fresh and bright copy of a rather hard to find title. . First edition. The second book in this series set during the American Revolution featuring a group of four young boys and written "for boys from 12 to 17." Illustrated with a glossy frontispiece and six internal glossy plates by Ralph L. Boyer. Introduction by the author. McIntyre is also known for his crime fiction, his realistic novels of the underside of Philadelphia (he grew up in the tough slum of Northern Liberties) and for his historical novels. 347 pp. Illustrated endpapers.

$40.00

RUSS FARRELL, CIRCUS FLYER, #2.
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RUSS FARRELL, CIRCUS FLYER, #2.

By Burtis, Thomson,

Garden City, NY:: Doubleday, Doran & Co., Inc.,, 1928.. Good overall in dark red cloth with black lettering. . First thus - motion picture edition. Russ joins an army sponsored flying circus intended to raise the public's awareness of aviation and he takes part in the making of a movie with an aviation background. Motion picture edition with a frontispiece photo from the film "Russ Farrell, Aviator." 222 pp.

$21.50

A FRONTIER GIRL OF PENNSYLVANIA, #5 in series.
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A FRONTIER GIRL OF PENNSYLVANIA, #5 in series.

By Curtis, Alice Turner (1860-1958)

Philadelphia:: Penn Publishing Company,, (1937). Good overall in apple green cloth with black lettering - some fading to the spine covering and rubbing and wear to the sides, but the title is still easily legible and the book is tight and sturdy, no dust jacket. . First edition. The final book in this series focusing on girls on the frontier, by the author best known for the Little Maid series. Set in 1690, this is the story of fourteen year old Constance who is excited to move from Philadephia to the frontier 100 miles west, where her father has been given a large land grant. Illustrated by Hattie Longstreet with a glossy frontispiece and two internal glossy plates. Only lists the first 4 titles in this series at the front of the book. 277 pp. Green and white illustrated endpapers.

$40.00

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