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Federal Book Company (New York (N.Y.)) -- United States
Street & Smith (New York (N.Y.)) -- United States
Format : Hardcover
|Issues:||6 (Street & Smith); 6 (Federal Book Co.); 28 (David McKay)|
|Size:||7 1/2 x 5"|
|Pages:||approximately 300 pages|
|Notes / Commentary:||In 1902, Street & Smith gave high respectability to the Merriwell stories by publishing them in cloth. This was in their Boys' Own Library. After six issues, Street & Smith discontinued their publication and leased the rights to the Federal Book Co., who reprinted the same six issues. When the lease expired, Street & Smith sold the rights to the David McKay Company, who reprinted the original six and continued for 22 more, for a total of 28. McKay issued the series in three editions. The first with Maroon covers which were issued for a total of 24 issues. A tan edition was then published with a frontispiece on laid paper. All 28 issues were reprinted in this format. They followed this with a reprinting without the frontispiece. In the listing below, numbers are assigned for easy reference. There were no numbers used in the publishing of the cloth bound volumes.|
|Data Entry Status:||In Progress, Complete Listing Available|
Items10. Frank Merriwell at Yale
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