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Four Adventure Series Books for Young Readers

Four Adventure Series Books for Young Readers

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  • Vintage item from 1900 - 1909
  • Materials: hardboards, paper, ink, cloth
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Here are four matching "series" books from the late 1800's and early 1900's, written by Edward Ellis, a very prolific writer of his time. Each of the books are from a different "series", but share the same cover designs and end page designs...green cloth covers with a young cowboy on a bucking bronco with the title on the front cover and a young cowboy riding a horse on the spine. All four books appear to have been well read, covers darkened with handling. They make a great vintage showing on a book shelf. Each book is 5" x 7 1/2", each book is still tightly bound and in good condition. Titles follow:

1) "Tam or Holding the Fort", illustrated by J.W.Gruger, from the "Bound to Win" series, published in 1907 ~ end pages have a nice decoration in green and white in each book. 347 pages.
2) "Two Boys in Wyoming" from the "Northwest" series #3, published in 1898. 399 pages.
3) "Fire, Snow and Water or Life in the Lone Land", illustrated by Louis R. Dougherty, published in 1908. 324 pages.
4) "The Houseboat Boys" by Harry Castlemon, published in 1895.
Here are four matching "series" books from the late 1800's and early 1900's, written by Edward Ellis, a very prolific writer of his time. Each of the books are from a different "series", but share the same cover designs and end page designs...green cloth covers with a young cowboy on a bucking bronco with the title on the front cover and a young cowboy riding a horse on the spine. All four books appear to have been well read, covers darkened with handling. They make a great vintage showing on a book shelf. Each book is 5" x 7 1/2", each book is still tightly bound and in good condition. Titles follow:

1) "Tam or Holding the Fort", illustrated by J.W.Gruger, from the "Bound to Win" series, published in 1907 ~ end pages have a nice decoration in green and white in each book. 347 pages.
2) "Two Boys in Wyoming" from the "Northwest" series #3, published in 1898. 399 pages.
3) "Fire, Snow and Water or Life in the Lone Land", illustrated by Louis R. Dougherty, published in 1908. 324 pages.
4) "The Houseboat Boys" by Harry Castlemon, published in 1895.

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