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Parker Social Credit Papers

The donation of the family of Frank and Mary S. Parker, these scrapbook collections of newspaper articles, greeting cards, and photographs cover four (4) decades of Alberta political history, seen from inside the Social Credit party.

Programs

Programs for community events, theatre productions, church dinners, and reunions. Held within the Prairie Ephemera Collection.

Secret Service: Old and Young King Brady, Detectives

Series consists of 291 issues from Secret Service.

Publisher: Varies: Frank Tousey (nos. 1-1207), Harry E. Wolff (nos. 1208-1374)

Date of First Issue(No. 1): Jan. 27, 1899
Date of Last Issue(No. 1374): May 22, 1925

First in Collection (No. 58): Mar. 2, 1900
Last in Collection (No. 732): Jan. 31, 1913

Secret Service is a weekly publication. The format is 8 x 11 inches, with 32 pages. Issues cost 5 cents. Pictorial covers are coloured. All stories after issue no. 726 are reprints of earlier issues. Consists primarily of mystery and detective stories. With issue no. 442, short stories and serials appear following the title story; with issue no. 671 the phrase "And Other Stories" appears on the cover.

Photographs

This series is composed of photographic items relating to members of the Frontiersmen operating out of, or relating to, the Canadian Division.

Documents

This series is composed of the documentation related to, but not published by members of the Legion of Frontiersmen who were based out of the New Zealand Division.

Documents

This series is composed of the documentation related to, but not published by, members of the Legion of Frontiersmen who were based out of the Australian Division.

Periodicals

This series is composed of periodicals, journals, and magazines published either by or relating to the Legion of Frontiersmen with relation to the Canadian Division.

Ephemera

This series is composed of ephemeral items such as clippings, greetings cards, etc relating to members of the Frontiersmen operating out of, or relating to, the Australian Division.

Nick Carter Library

Series consists of 114 issues from the Nick Carter Library.

Publisher: Street and Smith, New York

Date of First Issue (No.1): Aug. 8, 1891
Date of Last Issue (No. 282): Dec. 26, 1896

First in Collection (No. 10): Oct. 10, 1891
Last in Collection (No. 254): Jun. 13, 1896

The Nick Carter Library is a weekly publication. The format is 8 ½ x 12 inches, with 16 pages. Issues cost 5 cents. Pictorial covers are black and white. Consists primarily of detective stories, written "by a celebrated author" (pseudonym of Frederic Van Rensselaer Dey and various other authors). The NCL is the first dime novel series published by Street and Smith to feature the same continuing character (Nick Carter) in all issues. Said Dey, "I never in my life wrote a Nick Carter story that I would be ashamed to read to a Bible class." Nick Carter was instantly popular with readers.

Ephemera

This series is composed of ephemeral items such as clippings, greetings cards, etc relating to members of the Frontiersmen operating out of, or relating to, the Canadian Division.

Ephemera

This series is composed of ephemeral items such as clippings, greetings cards, etc relating to members of the Frontiersmen operating out of, or relating to, the New Zealand Division.

Periodicals

This series is composed of periodicals, journals, and magazines published either by or relating to the Legion of Frontiersmen with relation to the New Zealand Division.

Periodicals

This series is composed of periodicals, journals, and magazines published either by or relating to the Legion of Frontiersmen with relation to the Australian Division.

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