Joseph Ward, Penny Dreadfuls and Phallic Worship

A SECRET SOCIETY.

NZ Truth , Issue 215, 7 August 1909, Page 7
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Aldine Publishing Co., London, 1903. 1st Edition. TRUE BLUE LIBRARY. [Published Every Saturday]. ** 32 pages per issue. THE HUG OF THE BEAR plus 11 other titles. A Story Of Russian Despots.

TRUE BLUE weekly magazine was published for boys just prior to the turn of the 19th century & featured one complete & patriotic adventure story per issue set. Intended to celebrate Britain ‘s glorious national past in a creative range of historical periods, each issue had a full colour illustrated themed wrapper, with black & white drawings inside. Each issue generally ran 32 pages.

With thanks to the National Library of New Zealand for “A Secret Society”

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