Title: Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact, Vol. 17, No....
Publisher: George A. Pflaum, Dayton, OH
Publication Date: 1961
Binding: Soft cover
34p, 7 x 10 inches, illustrated wraps, illustrated comic, wraps somewhat worn and folded with right bottom corner torn off, paper mildly yellowed. Stories ranging from anti-communist feature story to another in a series about the child of an interfaith marriage (Chuck White), to a biography of Rafer Johnson. Treasure was distributed in Catholic parochial schools from 1947-1972. This issue was endorsed by FBI head J. Edgar Hoover. Father Louis Gale of St. Agnes Church in St. Paul, MN was one of the popularizers of Roman Catholic liturgy and thought. He was connected with publishing comic books such as this one. Aside from anti-communism, the series also promoted racial equality and religious freedom. Bookseller Inventory # 174017
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