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[STORY] Dangerous Documents / Terry Taylor / 7 pages (from US Funny Picture Stories (Comics Magazine Company, 1936 series) #v1#6 (April 1937))
[STORY] [Swimming] / Be a Champion / 1 page (from US Popular Comics (Dell, 1936 series) #18 (July 1937))
[STORY] ["That mugg tried to make a date with me, 'Peanut.'"] / Peanut O'Hooligan / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#1 (September 1937))
[STORY] ["In the course of a season..."] / It's Really a Fact / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#1 (September 1937))
[STORY] ["Your neighbor charges you begun to croon..."] / Good Mornin' Judge / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#1 (September 1937))
[STORY] ["Git up out'a that chair 'n go down to th' five and ten..."] / Shanty O'Toole / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#1 (September 1937))
[STORY] Jig Saw Trail / 4 pages (from US Funny Picture Stories (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#1 (September 1937))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Tom O'Shanter / 1 page (from US Funny Picture Stories (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#1 (September 1937))
[STORY] ["Well - here we are - Slippery - come t'help yer with yer bags!"] / Slippery Sam / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#2 (October 1937))
[STORY] ["Whaddya see, Matey?"] / Block and Fall / 3 pages (from US Funny Pages (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#2 (October 1937))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 1 page (from US Funny Picture Stories (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#2 (October 1937))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Goofy Gags / 1 page (from US Funny Picture Stories (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#2 (October 1937))
[STORY] Vacation Cowgirl / 5 pages (from US Funny Picture Stories (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#2 (October 1937))
[STORY] The Little Black Bag / 5 pages (from US Funny Picture Stories (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#2 (October 1937))
[STORY] ["Stop, thief!"] / Bingo / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#3 (November 1937))
[STORY] ["That girl of yours is always hungry..."] / Tom O' Shanter / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#3 (November 1937))
[STORY] ["That settles it, boys..."] / It's Really a Fact! / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#3 (November 1937))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 1 page (from US Funny Picture Stories (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#3 (November 1937))
[STORY] ["Yes - This is Holmes speaking - What?"] / Phoney Crime / 5 pages (from US Funny Picture Stories (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#3 (November 1937))
[STORY] ["Roses are red and violets blue..."] / Cheerio Minstrels / 2 pages (from US Funny Pages (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#4 (December 1937))
[STORY] ["Boy - Ah sho' do wish some business would come along..."] / Black and Tan / 2 pages (from US Funny Pages (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#4 (December 1937))
[STORY] ["Now scat!"] / Nibs / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#4 (December 1937))
[STORY] ["I hope it's blood"] / Bingo / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#4 (December 1937))
[STORY] ["Where were you on the night of October Sixteenth?"] / Good Mornin' Judge / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#4 (December 1937))
[STORY] ["Don't go out without your raincoat..."] / It's Really a Fact! / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#4 (December 1937))
[STORY] "Hello, Daddy!" / 1 page (from US Star Comics (Ultem, 1937 series) #8 (December 1937))
[STORY] ["It's mystery time, folks"] / It's Really A Fact / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#5 (January 1938))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 1 page (from US Funny Picture Stories (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#5 (January 1938))
[STORY] ["What well known prize fighter is this?"] / Brain Teasers / 1 page (from US Funny Picture Stories (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#5 (January 1938))
[STORY] ["I've come for the payments on the piano!"] / Rough House Annie / 1 page (from US Funny Picture Stories (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#5 (January 1938))
[STORY] Range Poison / 5 pages (from US Funny Picture Stories (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#5 (January 1938))
[STORY] ["America's Greatest Comic Magazines"] / 1 page (from US Funny Picture Stories (Ultem, 1937 series) #v2#5 (January 1938))
[STORY] ["Don't look like there's any work to be done around here!"] / Ima Sphynx / 1 page (from US Star Comics (Ultem, 1937 series) #9 (January 1938))
[STORY] ["Away way off in Turvy Land a little boy lay sick, [...]"] / Topsy Turvy / 2 pages (from US Star Comics (Ultem, 1937 series) #9 (January 1938))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#6 (March 1938))
[STORY] The Case of the Careless Mail Clerk / 4 pages (from US Funny Pages (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#6 (March 1938))
[STORY] ["What Irish saint is here?"] / Brain Teasers / 1 page (from US Funny Picture Stories (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#6 (March 1938))
[STORY] ["I want two of these please--"] / Rough House Annie / 1 page (from US Funny Picture Stories (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#6 (March 1938))
[STORY] ["You are charged with arguing with your wife!"] / Good Mornin' Judge / 1 page (from US Funny Picture Stories (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#6 (March 1938))
[STORY] ["So coming now, said Cowboy Jake."] / Cowboy Jake / 2 pages (from US Star Ranger (Centaur, 1938 series) #10 (March 1938))
[STORY] ["Congratulations! You've made the country safe for democracy!"] / Wild West Junior / 2 pages (from US Star Ranger (Centaur, 1938 series) #10 (March 1938))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Brain Teasers / 1 page (from US Cocomalt Big Book of Comics (Chesler / Dynamic, 1938 series) #1 ([Spring] 1938))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#7 (April 1938))
[STORY] The Strange Case of the 20 Pills / 5 pages (from US Funny Pages (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#7 (April 1938))
[STORY] ["What canal is represented here?"] / Brain Teasers / 1 page (from US Funny Picture Stories (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#7 (April 1938))
[STORY] ["Don't feed the bird that's in this cage..."] / Jingle Jingle / 1 page (from US Star Comics (Centaur, 1938 series) #v1#11 (April 1938))
[STORY] ["I must make a cup of tea!"] / Ima Sphinx / 1 page (from US Star Comics (Centaur, 1938 series) #v1#11 (April 1938))
[STORY] ["I'll match you officer - two tickets or none at all!"] / Ticklers! / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#9 (July 1938))
[STORY] ["So that's what I get for marrying an aviator..."] / It's Really a Fact! / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#9 (July 1938))
[STORY] ["How are things in this town, Bo?"] / Bingo / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#9 (July 1938))
[STORY] ["We had to lengthen it 3 feet to fit you, Annie!"] / Rough House Annie / 1 page (from US Funny Picture Stories (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#9 (July 1938))
[STORY] ["What amusement park attraction does this represent?"] / Brain Teasers / 1 page (from US Funny Picture Stories (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#9 (July 1938))
[STORY] ["Think I'll sing a song for you, honey"] / Ima Sphinx / 1 page (from US Star Comics (Centaur, 1938 series) #v1#13 (July 1938))
[STORY] ["And when you hear this gong folks..."] / Officer Clancy / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#10 (September 1938))
[STORY] ["Look, John - a pickpocket!"] / It's Really a Fact! / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#10 (September 1938))
[STORY] ["Come an' get it!"] / Cowboy Jake / 2 pages (from US Star Ranger Funnies (Centaur, 1938 series) #v1#15 (October 1938))
[STORY] ["What's the charge, officer?"] / Good Mornin' Judge / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#11 (November 1938))
[STORY] ["The good looking fellow is me!"] / It's Really a Fact! / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#11 (November 1938))
[STORY] ["Boy! Do I need a shave!"] / Good Mornin', Judge / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#12 (December 1938))
[STORY] Letters of Peril / Ben Stafford / 7 pages (from US Keen Detective Funnies (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#2 (February 1939))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Laffs / 1 page (from US Little Giant Comics (Centaur, 1938 series) #4 (February 1939))
[STORY] ["Boy -- Ah sho' do wish some business would come along!"] / Black and Tan / 2 pages (from US Star Comics (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#5 (June 1939))
[STORY] ["The largest pair of elephant tusks recorded..."] / It's Really a Fact / 1 page (from US Amazing Mystery Funnies (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#7 (July 1939))
[STORY] ["I hope it's blood!"] / Bingo / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Centaur, 1938 series) #v3#6 (August 1939))
[STORY] ["That girl of yours is always hungry..."] / Tom O'Shanter / 1 page (from US Star Comics (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#7 (August 1939))
[STORY] ["Now scat!"] / Nibs / 1 page (from US Star Comics (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#7 (August 1939))
[STORY] ["It's a tough night, pardners..."] / Wild West Junior / 2 pages (from US Star Ranger Funnies (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#4 (August 1939))
[STORY] Where Men Are Men / 1 page (from US Star Ranger Funnies (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#4 (August 1939))
[STORY] ["To the Water"] / Bingo / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Centaur, 1938 series) #v3#8 (October 1939))
[STORY] ["Go jump in the lake!"] / Wild West Junior / 2 pages (from US Star Ranger Funnies (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#5 (October 1939))
[STORY] ["The eats are on me, fellers!"] / Cowboy Jake / 2 pages (from US Star Ranger Funnies (Centaur, 1938 series) #v2#5 (October 1939))
[STORY] ["The radio operator's sick..."] / Block and Fall / 4 pages (from US Funny Pages (Centaur, 1938 series) #v3#9 (November 1939))
[STORY] ["If you want to eat, you'll have to work!"] / Bingo / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Centaur, 1938 series) #v3#9 (November 1939))
[STORY] ["The man who smokes with his eyes"] / Strange But True / 1 page (from US Blue Ribbon Comics (Archie, 1939 series) #2 (December 1939))
[STORY] In This Corner! "Billy" Conn! / Sport-O-Grams / 1 page (from US Blue Ribbon Comics (Archie, 1939 series) #2 (December 1939))
[STORY] ["I've come for the payments on the piano!"] / Rough House Annie / 1 page (from US Comic Pages (Centaur, 1939 series) #v3#6 (December 1939))
[STORY] ["Good bye, Toots"] / Toots / 1 page (from US Comic Pages (Centaur, 1939 series) #v3#6 (December 1939))
[STORY] ["Millie's rooting for the winner"] / Block and Fall / 4 pages (from US Funny Pages (Centaur, 1938 series) #v3#10 (December 1939))
[STORY] ["Some smoke, Bingo!"] / Bingo / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Centaur, 1938 series) #v3#10 (December 1939))
[STORY] ["I'd like to have half a chicken."] / Ann How! / 1 page (from US Funny Pages (Centaur, 1938 series) #v3#10 (December 1939))
[STORY] ["44% of all traffic accidents ..."] / It's Really A Fact! / 1 page (from US Top Notch Comics (Archie, 1939 series) #1 (December 1939))
[STORY] ["After lunch I guess I'll go in for a swim!"] / Speaking Of Sports / 1 page (from US Top Notch Comics (Archie, 1939 series) #1 (December 1939))
[STORY] ["Larry Kelly former Yale captain..."] / Strange But True / 1 page (from US Blue Ribbon Comics (Archie, 1939 series) #3 (January 1940))
[STORY] [The Football Fixing Scheme] / Flash Foster at Midwestern / 8 pages (from US Daring Mystery Comics (Marvel, 1940 series) #1 (January 1940))
[STORY] ["Fists fly inside and outside the ring, as a crooked manager and his fighter try to make a sap out of "Kayo" Ward!"] / Kayo Ward / 6 pages (from US Pep Comics (Archie, 1940 series) #1 (January 1940))
[STORY] [The Fight with Red Morgan] / Kayo Ward / 6 pages (from US Pep Comics (Archie, 1940 series) #2 (February 1940))
[STORY] [A Lesson in Victory] / The Midshipman / 5 pages (from US Pep Comics (Archie, 1940 series) #2 (February 1940))
[STORY] [The Sub Formula Spies] / Midshipman / 6 pages (from US Pep Comics (Archie, 1940 series) #3 (April 1940))
[STORY] ["Kayo Ward and Socker Benson meet for the weighing-in ceremonies before the big fight."] / Kayo Ward / 6 pages (from US Pep Comics (Archie, 1940 series) #3 (April 1940))
[STORY] [The Mosconian Menace: Part 3] / Midshipman / 6 pages (from US Pep Comics (Archie, 1940 series) #4 (May 1940))
[STORY] ["When Kayo Ward runs up against a mob of racketeers, he finds that all fighting is not done in the ring."] / Kayo Ward / 6 pages (from US Pep Comics (Archie, 1940 series) #4 (May 1940))
[STORY] [The Army-Navy Baseball Game] / The Midshipman / 6 pages (from US Pep Comics (Archie, 1940 series) #5 (June 1940))
[STORY] Ten Straight Knockouts! / Kayo Ward / 6 pages (from US Pep Comics (Archie, 1940 series) #5 (June 1940))
[STORY] [Solmok's Cemetery Racket] / Comet / 6 pages (from US Pep Comics (Archie, 1940 series) #6 (July 1940))
[STORY] [The Target Practice Murder Plot] / Midshipman / 6 pages (from US Pep Comics (Archie, 1940 series) #6 (July 1940))
[STORY] [Kayo's Double] / Kayo Ward / 6 pages (from US Pep Comics (Archie, 1940 series) #6 (July 1940))
[STORY] [The Flying Juggernaut] / Comet / 6 pages (from US Pep Comics (Archie, 1940 series) #7 (August 1940))
[STORY] [Shipley and the Smugglers] / Midshipman / 6 pages (from US Pep Comics (Archie, 1940 series) #7 (August 1940))
[STORY] [The Fight With Joe Louis] / Kayo Ward / 6 pages (from US Pep Comics (Archie, 1940 series) #7 (August 1940))
[STORY] ["Because of his skill and daring, Sky Smith has been hired..."] / Sky Smith / 10 pages (from US Super-Mystery Comics (Ace Magazines, 1940 series) #v1#2 (August 1940))

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