The Land That Time Forgot

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Amazing Stories, February 1927 V1#11
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This entire issue can be downloaded here

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Back to the Stone Age: A Castaway in Pellucidar (Original Title: Seven Worlds to Conquer)

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Tarzan and the Lost Empire (1951)

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The ape-man looked up as the roar of the crowd signaled the entry of new and terrible opponents…

From the back:

Tarzan of the Apes and a young scientist face death on the sands of the arena in a lost Roman province in the heart of Africa

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The Resurrection of Jimber-Jaw

February 20, 1937 Argosy

A 1937 story by Edgar Rice Burroughs about an unfrozen 50,000-year-old caveman and his politically incorrect views. The complete story can be read here.

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Tarzan of the Apes

All-Story Oct 1912

A Romance of the Jungle

The first appearance of Tarzan in any medium, this is currently the single most valuable pulp magazine, with probably fewer than 20 existing copies. This particular issue sold for almost $60,000.

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John Carter And The Giant of Mars

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