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A history of Kentucky's poets laureate since 1926. Contains works by J.T. Cotton Noe, Edward Gay Hill, Louise Scott Phillips, Edwin Carlisle Litsey, Jesse Hilton Stuart, Lowell Allen Williams, Lillian D. Chaffin, Senator Tom Mobley, Agnes Todd Saffell O'Rear, Clarence "Soc" Henry Clay, Lee Pennington, Paul Salyers, Dale Faughn, Jim Wayne Miller, Henry E. Pilkenton, James H. Patton, James Still, Joy Bale Boone, Richard Lawrence Taylor, James Baker Hall and Joe Survant.
Juvenile fiction; 491 pages.. Treasure in the tropics originally presented as a radio drama, broadcast three times a week February 7, 1933 to April 1, 1933. The boat house boys originally published serially over ten issues, December 1922 to September 1923.
Maps on lining papers.
Seckatary Hawkins and his club have crossed this dangerous lad, and (to make matters worse) Briggen and the Pelham gang across the river won't leave the ruthless thief alone: They know that he's hidden his treasure hoard somewhere in his cliff cave lair, and they're dead set on having it for themselves.
Trilogy Four. Each story has a separate title page. Originally published as newspaper serials. Maps on lining papers. Stories: The Nip and Tuck gang (January 28, 1940 to March 24, 1940); Related stories (March 3, 1940 to May 5, 1940); The gang of Usher, or, "The far away voice" (August 9, 1941 to April 26, 1941).