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Four Favorites #11, Page 1 August, 1943

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INDEX This series (some only covers): #1, September 1941 #3, January 1942 #4, March 1942 #5, May 1942 #6, July 1942 #7, October 1942 #8, December 1942 #9, February 1943 #10, May 1943 #11, August 1943 #12, November 1943 #13, February 1944 #14, May 1944 * #15, August 1944 #16, November 1944 #17, February 1945 #18, May 1945 #19 December 1946 #20 November 1945 #21 January 1946 #22 March 1946 #23 May 1946 #24 July 1946 #26 September 1946 #26 November 1946 #27 January 1947 #28 March 1947 #29 June 1947 #30 August 1947 #31 October 1947 #32 December 1947

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