Various authors. New York: Harry E. Wolff, 1920. First Edition. First Printing. Condition (Book/DJ): Good/Good.
Fame and Fortune Weekly, 10-15-1920.
Issue #785 with issues listed to #784 and the back ad page. 28pp. + 4pp of ads.
Featuring the second recorded publication of the story "Boss of Wall Street, or, Taking Chances on the Curb" by A Self-Made Man (pseudonym used by multiple people). This story first appeared in issue #324 of this same weekly on 12/15/1911.
Also featured in this issue was chapters 15-16 of the serial "Lost on Mt. Erebus, or, A Boy Explorer at the South Pole" by Gaston Garne (pseudonym used by multiple people) and the first documented appearance of the two page, four column story "The Squaw's Doom" by D. W. Stevens (pseudonym used by multiple people).