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copyright MCMXI (1911); The Saalfield Publishing Company, Akron, Ohio; illustrated; original owners name and date (Dec. 25, 1941) inside front; hardbound; very good condition with unmarked pages; some browning of pages (pics); no dust jacket.


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Frank V. Webster was a pseudonym used by the Stratemeyer Syndicate. A total of 25 novels in The Webster Series For Boys were published.


Effort was made to present Webster as if he was a real person. A 1911 advertisement stated: "We have made a distinct find in Mr. Frank V. Webster, who is under contract to write exclusively for us." Part of a 1921 newspaper advertisement read: "Mr. Webster’s style is much like that of the late lamented Horatio Alger, Jr., but his tales are all up-to-date. These are clean, clever boys’ stories."

COMRADES OF THE SADDLE or The Young Rough Riders of the Plains by F. V. Webster

SKU: BS244
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