ON WOODED TRAILS OR AMONG THE ADIRONDACK GUIDES. Adirondacks, Frederick Gibson, William George "Gilbert" Patten?

ON WOODED TRAILS OR AMONG THE ADIRONDACK GUIDES. New York: Street & Smith Corporation Publishers, n.d. [1928]. Octavo, pp. [1-5] 6-290 [291- 320: ads], original pictorial wrappers. Later edition. Issued as Street & Smith's "The Adventure Library," number 87. The novel is copyright 1895 by N. L. Munro and 1913 by Street & Smith. The 1913 edition was Street & Smith's number 719 of their "New Medal Library" series. This dime novel has been attributed to William George "Gilbert" Patten (1866-1945), a very prolific American author best known for the Frank Merriwell series written under his pen name Burt L. Standish. His earliest novels were published by Beadle and later, Norman L. Munro, but most of his career was spent doing hack work for Street & Smith. "Apart from the Merriwell stories, Patten wrote 75 complete novels and an unknown number of stories. He estimated that he had written 40 million words as an author. In total, some 500 million of his books were in print, making him one of the best-selling fiction authors of all time." - Wikipedia. Not in Plum, or supplements. Pulpy text paper tanned, wrappers dusty, a very good copy. (#156877).

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