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1 RICHARDS, Milton Dick Kent with the Malemute Mail. in dustjacket.
Saalfield Publishing CO., Akron, OH, 1927, 
RICHARDS, Milton. Dick Kent with the Malemute Mail. Akron, OH: The Saalfield Publishing Company, (1927). Pp. (4),3-230. 8vo, green cloth with black lettering to front board and spine. A volume in the Dick Kent "Northland" series. Drew, Lawmen in Scarlet : An Annotated Guide to Royal Canadian MountedPolice in Print and Performance. p.100. "An epidemic of smallpox is terror izing the Northland. Inspector Cameron of the Mounties sends a corporal to quiet the panic-stricken natives until medical relief can be supplied. The corporal is robbed and nearly perishes, but Dick Kent, Sandy MacClaren, andToma, the young Indian scout, who are commissioned to guide Dr. Bardy to t he mission, win through, carry the mail by dog sled, rescue the corporal, and bring safety to the afflicted people." - from the dustjacket. Inner hinges cracked, small dampspot to bottom edge, top edge spotted, else very goodin lightly nicked, brightly-illustrated red dustjacket. 25.00

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2 RICHARDS, Milton Dick Kent's Mysterious Mission.
A.L. Burt , New York / Chicago, 1933, 1933 
RICHARDS, Milton. Dick Kent's Mysterious Mission. New York / Chicago : A.L. Burt Company Publishers, (1933). First Edition. Pp (4),5-263,(3) + frontispiece. 8vo, light blue-green cloth, black lettering to front board and spine, illustrated endpapers.

A juvenile fiction novel in the Boys of the Royal Mounted Police Series.

Drew, Lawmen in Scarlet : An Annotated Guide to Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Print and Performance, p.100.

Milton Richards was the pseudonym of Milo Milton Oblinger (b. February 16, 1890, Arlington, Minnesota - d. September 1963, Minneapolis, Minnesota) who served with the Canadian Expeditionary Force in World War I.

Note : this title is last listed opposite Table of Contents

Contents :
1. The Mad Map Maker.
2. A Monster of the Wild.
3. Place of the Evil Spirits.
4. A Strange Visitation.
5. A Ghost Walks.
6. An Unfriendly Encampment.
7. The Flight Down the Ravine.
8. A Dangerous Trail.
9. Sandy Finds a Friend.
10. Zero Hour.
11. The Fleeing Trio.
12. Dick Takes the Offensive.
13. At the Enemy's Camp.
14. Dirt Or What Is It?
15. After a Thousand Years.
16. The Good Luck Stone.
17. The Return to Camp.
18. The Parley on the Hill.
19. Exploring the Temple.
20. Taking the Offensive.
21. Within the Enemy's Lines.
22. A Mysterious Malady.
23. The Advance Continues.
24. Sandy Reads The Vancouver Province.
25. Clausen's Unexpected Return.
26. Two Weary Wanderers.
27. Succor at Hand.
28. A Strange Cavalcade.
29. Rombeau Talks.
30. Dick and the Police Confer.
31. The Reward!

Spine crease, bump to fore-edge, a 1935 gift inscription, else very good. Scarce. 150.00


Price: 150.00 CDN
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