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Radio Boys Book: With the Forest Rangers
(book)
Radio Boys Book: With the Forest Rangers
-or- The Great Fire on Spruce Mountain. This 1923 volume is the sixth in the series of Radio Boys Books by Allen Chapman. In its 216 pages the reader finds themself drawn back to an era of reading enjoyment. From the book's Forward written by Jack Binns of the New York Tribune, "There are two aspects of radio as a vital factor of saving the life and property which are very vividly brought out in this interesting volume of the Radio Boys series - namely its use in connection with the patrol work in detecting forest fires, and the regular international ice patrol in the dangerous waters of the north Atlantic. So splendidly have these two functions of radio been developed, that they have become accepted as commonplace in our lives, and it is only by such stories as 'The Radio Boys with the Forest Rangers' that we are awakened to their importance." This book has been enjoyed by owners from Massachusetts to Oregon. The values they held of the book are reflected in that the pages have not been dog eared and are all present and complete. Ninety-nine years of age has the blue cloth cover well worn and faded.  $40.00. (1720121)
Radio Boys Book: With the Forest Rangers
-or- The Great Fire on Spruce Mountain. This 1923 volume is the sixth in the series of Radio Boys Books by Allen Chapman. In its 216 pages the reader finds themself drawn back to an era of reading enjoyment. From the book's Forward written by Jack Binns of the New York Tribune, "There are two aspects of radio as a vital factor of saving the life and property which are very vividly brought out in this interesting volume of the Radio Boys series - namely its use in connection with the patrol work in detecting forest fires, and the regular international ice patrol in the dangerous waters of the north Atlantic. So splendidly have these two functions of radio been developed, that they have become accepted as commonplace in our lives, and it is only by such stories as 'The Radio Boys with the Forest Rangers' that we are awakened to their importance." This book has been enjoyed by owners from Massachusetts to Oregon. The values they held of the book are reflected in that the pages have not been dog eared and are all present and complete. Ninety-nine years of age has the blue cloth cover well worn and faded.  $40.00. (1720121)
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