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Omc, these posts are the highlight of my mornings, which mark the beginning of my night. I go to sleep amused rather than disgruntled 😛
Since they colored in the “DOO” I thought they wrote that the library was “Doo Med,” and that they needed to take their meds!
title page: that’s normally the title of our fy financial report
I’m surprised this is still on the shelf after all these years. All our witchcraft books get stolen all the time.
Gibson is best known as the prolific and capable author of the Shadow pulp novels. But he was also a big fan of stage magic–I didn’t know he’d written about actual magic.
It looks like two people did that: one with pen and the other penciled in the counters.
All I can think of when I see this is Gir singing the doom song.
Hahaha well that said the author Walter B. Gibson is the man who created the pulp hero The Shadow and wrote more than 300 novels under the name Maxwell Grant!
Gratuitous aside: You reminded me of a professor I had who would quote the opening line to The Shadow.
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