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Treasure Chest Vol. 01 (1946) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Treasure Chest Vol. 01 (1946) 1

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    Presenting fiction and non-fiction stories, many of which are religious in nature—a Treasure Chest of fun and facts! "Debunking the Animals," art by Strothmann; Debunking of old wives' tales regarding animals. "God's Gift Is Lent," script by Wilfred Diamond, art by Earl Lonsbury; A discussion of the appropriate sacrifices for Lent. "Legend of Pancake Tuesday," script and art by Violet Moore Higgins; A history of Shrove Tuesday traditions. Untitled story, script by Jay Griffin (as Griffin Jay), art by Earl Lonsbury; Chuck White and his dad move to Steeltown where Chuck unknowingly helps Bill and his gang steal a car. "Part I The Ark and the Dove"; Lord Calvert gives money to help establish a Catholic colony in the New World. Untitled story, script by Iris Vinton, art by Earl Lonsbury; Salvaging material from a sunken ship, Skee's air lines become tangled. Untitled story; An enchanted salt shaker takes Mary and Billy to Louisiana to show them how salt is mined and prepared for marketing. Untitled story, script by Chester Marsh, art by Clara Peck; The Robinson kids and their friend Jim prepare to create a rumpus room in the Robinsons' basement. "The Mystery of the Limping Man" text story by Jay Griffin (as Griffin Jay). Puzzle and Game Page. 32 pgs., full color.

  • Issue #2
    Treasure Chest Vol. 01 (1946) 2

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    Presenting fiction and non-fiction stories, many of which are religious in nature—a Treasure Chest of fun and facts! "April Fish," script and art by Violet Moore Higgins; The origins of the April Fool tradition. "Part 2," script by Jay Griffin, art by Earl Lonsbury; Chuck starts school at St. John's. "Part Two," script by Chester Marsh, art by Clara Peck; The kids paint the basement. "All Aboard The Story of Railroads," art by Laurence Wing; The origins of the steam locomotive. "Joan of Arc The Maid of France" bio. "Part II The Rebel Islands" Founding of Maryland story, art by Earl Lonsbury; Frontiersmen trade with the Indians and rebel against colonial rule. "Part II," art by Earl Lonsbury; Skee undergoes decompression. Untitled The What If Fairy story; An enchanted pepper shaker tells Mary and Billy the story of raising and processing pepper. "Mystery of the Limping Man Part II" text story by Jay Griffin (as Griffin Jay). 32 pgs., full color.

  • Issue #3
    Treasure Chest Vol. 01 (1946) 3

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    Presenting fiction and non-fiction stories, many of which are religious in nature—a Treasure Chest of fun and facts! Cover art by Tom Hickey. "April Days to Remember"; Significant events that occurred in April. "Joseph Anchieta, S.J. Apostle of Brazil," art by Earl Lonsbury; A biography of an early Jesuit missionary to Brazil. "Part 3" starring Skee Barry Salvage Diver U.S.N., art by Earl Lonsbury; A bargeload of machine guns sinks. "Part 3 Land of Sanctuary," art by Earl Lonsbury; The English Civil War reaches the colonies. Make Your Own Easter Cards activity page. Place Cards for Easter activity page. "Part 3," script by Jay Griffin, art by Earl Lonsbury; Chuck falls back in with his old gang. "All Aboard: The Story of Railroads," script and art by Laurence Wing; The early evolution of passenger trains. "What Time Is It? Telling Time Through the Ages." Puzzle and Game Page activity page by Jules Leopold. "Part III" The Mystery of the Limping Man text story by Jay Griffin (as Griffin Jay). 32 pgs., full color.

  • Issue #4
    Treasure Chest Vol. 01 (1946) 4

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    Presenting fiction and non-fiction stories, many of which are religious in nature—a Treasure Chest of fun and facts! Untitled story, art by Strothmann; Debunking old wives' tales about animals. "A Legend for Easter," script and art by Violet Higgins; A legend explaining the origin of Easter-egg coloring. Untitled All Aboard: The Story of Railroads story, art by Laurence Wing; The development of pneumatic breaks. Untitled The What If Fairy story; Some facts about kites. "Part 4" Skee Barry Salvage Diver U.S.N. story, art by Earl Lonsbury; Laffy stows away. Untitled The Robinsons' Rumpus Room story, art by Clara Peck; The girls make stencils to paint the curtains. "Part 4," script by Jay Griffin, art by Earl Lonsbury; The Rankin gang breaks into Mrs. Blake's grocery. Illustrations of Alabama, Arkansas, and California by Strothmann. Puzzle & Game Page. "Part IV" Mystery of the Limping Man text story by Jay Griffin (s Griffin Jay). 32 pgs., full color.

  • Issue #5
    Treasure Chest Vol. 01 (1946) 5

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    Presenting fiction and non-fiction stories, many of which are religious in nature—a Treasure Chest of fun and facts! "What Time is It? Telling Time Through the Ages"; A look at different historical timepieces. "Our Lady Everywhere at Home"; Anne and Rick, in the military, are being rotated home from Europe and elect to see the famous shrines of Mary before they return to the US. "Part 5" Chuck White story, script by Jay Griffin, art by Earl Lonsbury; The Rankin gang jumps Officer Brophy; the gang and Chuck are subsequently arrested. "The Story of Tin," script by Iris Vinton, art by Addison Burbank; The story of the development of tin for industrial use. "Part 5," art by Earl Lonsbury; Skee is tranferred to Europe; en route, his troop ship is hit by a torpedo. "Mystery of the Limping Man, Part V" text story by Jay Griffin (as Griffin Jay). 32 pgs., full color.

  • Issue #6
    Treasure Chest Vol. 01 (1946) 6

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    Presenting fiction and non-fiction stories, many of which are religious in nature—a Treasure Chest of fun and facts! Cover art by Earl Lonsbury. Untitled Debunking the Animals story; Exposes myths about animals. "What? No Vacation?"; Tom volunteers to serve at mass during summer vacation. Untitled Little Red Feather and Laughing Water story, script by Jay Griffin (as Griffin Jay), art by Violet Moore Higgins; Red Feather and Laughing Water wander away from the camp and are attacked by a bear. "Part 6," art by Earl Lonsbury; Skee clears the harbor at Caen of mines during the D-Day invasion of Europe. Untitled one-page story Bill Berry; Otto tries to teach his dog to fetch. "The Mystery of the Limping Man, Part VI" text story by Jay Griffin (as Griffin Jay). Puzzle & Game Page by Jules Leopold. "Part 6," script by Jay Griffin, art by Earl Lonsbury; Father Carroll arranges for Chuck to spend the summer with Mrs. Blake. Untitled The Robinsons' Rumpus Room story, art by Clara Peck; The Robinsons make a colorful screen to keep the table tennis ball from going into the coal bin. 32 pgs., full color.