Complete Northwest - October, 1938 "Buckskin Brigades"
- Buckskin Brigades · L. Ron Hubbard
Book price: $50.00 - $125.00 - $250.00
See the First Edition Fiction section.
"Buckskin Brigades" is also published in the October 1949 issue of Triple Western.
Giant Western - April, 1949 "The Gunner From Gehenna"
- Tombstone Trail · W. C. Tuttle
- The Miraculous Frontiersman · Jackson Cole
- Shakespeare, and No Mistake · Ben Frank
- Endurance · John Edward Dalton
- Blizzard’s End · Francis H. Ames
- The Trumpets of Jericho · A. Leslie
- Dig My Grave · Lee Priestley
- The Gunner from Gehenna · L. Ron Hubbard
- The Tally Book · The Ramrod
- The Forgotten Expedition · Frederick R. Bechdolt
Book price: 16.00 - 40.00 - 80.00
The Rio Kid - June, 1948 "The Magic Quirt"
- The Bunkhouse · Foghorn Clancy
- Bugles on the Bighorn · Walker A. Tompkins
- Chaparral Pilot · Johnston McCulley
- The Magic Quirt · L. Ron Hubbard
- The War Horse · Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson
- Shooting Teacher · Robert Moore Williams
- The Death of Bill Doolin · John Black
- Nighthawk’s Code · D. B. Newton
Book price: 18.00 - 45.00 - 90.00
Texas Rangers - November, 1949 "Man For Breakfast"
- Guns of Fort Griffin · Jackson Cole
- Long Sam Delivers A Message · Lee Bond
- Man For Breakfast · W. R. Colt (Winchester. Remington Colt) pen-name L. Ron Hubbard
- Let The Man Die · C. William Harrison
Book price: 20.00 - 50.00 - 100.00
Triple Western - October, 1949 "Buckskin Brigades"
Wild West Weekly - June 1, 1940 "Shadows From Boothill"
- Wanted For Murder - Sonny Tabor! · Ward M. Stevens
- Shadows From Boothill · L. Ron Hubbard
- Don Hurricane · Brad Buckner
- Ranger's Owlhoot Trail · John B. Strong
- Renegade Riddle · E. A. Fitzhugh
Book price: 30.00 - 75.00 - 150.00
In the editors section - A Chat With The Range Boss - there is an interview with Ron.
"Here's the low-down on L. Ron Hubbard, whose 'Shadows From Boothill' appears in this issue. His literary and other achievements make him blush modestly not only to the roots of his hair but clear out to the end of it."
"Dear Range Boss:"
"Two towns argue about my birth. Tilden, Nebr., says I was born in Lincoln, Nebr. - and Lincoln says I was born in Tilden. I left those parts at the age of three weeks because grandpappy sold out in Nebraska (it was getting too tame) and got himself a spread in Oklahoma. Then it got too tame there and when I was two, I was hauled hauled off to Kalispell, Montana. Because my folks disapproved of the way I walked they glued me to McClellan saddle and there I stuck unto the age of seven."
"My dad, however, being an officer in the Navy, didn't like the idea of a bowlegged sailor. So he took me to sea; they say i'd traveled a quarter of a million miles at the age of nineteen."
"Got tired of life when very young and took up flying. An old article about me in The Pilot says: '... The undertakers used to come down to the field and titter.' Barnstormed the West and then left wings in favor of sails."
"The spring's issue of the Explorer's Journal says: "Mr. Hubbard is essentially a writer, but as a trained engineer has done important field work. In 1932-33 he conducted a West Indies Minerals Survey, making a complete mineralogical survey of Porto Rico. He also directed a motion picture expedition to the West Indies for submarine movies - at the same time obtaining important data for the Government Hydrographic Office. More recently he has been interested in adding to the knowledge of unfrequented passages and islands of the northwest coast, U.S.A."
"Somehow I got started in the writing business. Leaned on my experiences in the West, Asia the Caribbean, as a pilot, sailor and - calf-roper ! By some fluke, when I started I fanned out a story a day for six weeks and have since sold all but two. This, of course, spoiled me. Since then I haven't done a tap of work - I just write which, as everybody knows (har-har!) isn't really work. Four million of my words have been published in fifty-five different magazines. Various moom pitchers have been filmed from my fiction, too. Just now I'm larruping fantasy fiction more than anything else, though I've been writing Westerns for some time too."
"Hope your readers like 'Shadows From Boothill.' Truth is that the old West was superstitious in the extreme and injun lore reeks with more fantasy then the Arabian Nights."
"Tell the readers to yelp loud and long if they like my Western fantasy - and to keep kinda quiet ifn they don't."
"The Old Word Wrangler,"
"L. Ron Hubbard"
Real Western Stories - June, 1950 "Vengeance Is Mine!"
- Vigilantes Ride Tonight · Lee Floren
- Fugitive's Folly · T. W. Ford
- Vengeance Is Mine! · L. Ron Hubbard
- No Trail Back · Rex Whitechurch
- The Marshal From Wister · Allan K. Echols
- Cousin Chuck an the Sacred Steer · Harold Preece
- Jacks - Or Better · Neil T. McMillan
- Snuffy's Whopper · Emgee Baker
- Bonanza Or Bust · Frank Ball
- Star In The Dust · Charles Ackeley
Book price: 18.00 - 45.00 - 90.00
Max Brand's Western - February, 1951 - "River Driver"
There is a Canadian printing of this issue as well that looks the same. The difference is only noticeable in the copyrights page.
River Driver was originally published in Argosy Nov 7 1936 as part of Ron's Hell Job series.