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"Our Amazing Calendar" (text) / William I. Irwin. 2 p. in
   Wonder Woman, no. 32 (Nov./Dec 1948)
   k. Calendars. I. Irwin, William I. Call no.: PN6728.1.N3W6
   no.32
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Our American Heroes.
   "Joe Venner Sign Painter Extraordinary" (Our American
   Heroes) 8 p. in Red Dragon Comics, v. 1, no. 6 (Jan. 1949)
   I. Our American Heroes. k. Sign Painters. k. Venner, Joe.
   Call no.: Film 27395
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Our Ancestors (Sept. 14, 1965)
   "And Now For the Weather"* (Our Ancestors, Sept. 14, 1965)
   / by Quincy. -- Summary: The town crier is standing in the
   rain. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "weather reports"
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Our Antedeluvian Ancestors (Opper).
   Index entry (p. 67) in America's Great Comic-Strip Artists,
   by Richard Marschall (New York : Abbeville Press, 1989).
   Call no.: PN6725.M284A5 1989
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Our Antediluvian Ancestors.
   Index entry (p. 280) in The Encyclopedia of American
   Comics, ed. by Ron Goulart (New York : Facts on File,
   1990). Call no.: PN6725.E64 1990
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Our Antediluvian Ancestors.
   Index entry (p. 34) in Historia de los Comics / J. Toutain,
   J. Coma (Barcelona : Toutain, 1982-1984?) -- Call no.:
   PN6710.H5 1982a
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Our Antediluvian Ancestors.
   Index entry (p. 303) in The World Encyclopedia of Comics,
   ed. by Maurice Horn (New York : Chelsea House, 1976). Call
   no.: PN6710.W6 1976
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"Our Apologies to One of the All-Time Greats" / William
   Sherman. p. 3 in The Comics Journal, no. 185 (Mar. 1996) --
   (Blood & Thunder) -- Letter on Mort Meskin. -- Call no.:
   PN6700.C62no.185
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"Our Army" 1 p. non-fiction feature in Fighting Fronts, no. 3
   (Oct. 1952). Call no.: PN6728.2.H33F5no.3
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Our Army and Its Weapons.
   "The Garand Rifle" (Our Army and its Weapons) 1 p. in G.I.
   Joe, no. 6 (Dec. 1951)
   I. Our Army and Its Weapons. k. Rifles. Call no.:
   PN6728.2.Z5G2no.6
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Our Army and Our Navy : men, equipment, insignia, ships and
   planes, and our important auxiliary services. -- J.C.
   Penney, 1942. -- 48 p. : col. ill. ; 19 cm. -- Art signed:
   Tom Hickey. -- Call no.: UA23.O83 1942
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Our Army at War

War comic book that ran several features including Sgt. Rock (1959-1977) and Battle Album
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Our Army at War. -- New York : National Periodical
   Publications, 1952-1977. -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Published
   no. 1 (Aug. 1952) - no. 301 (Feb. 1977) -- Continued by:
   Sgt. Rock. -- Genre: War. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 2, 32, 59,
   92, 120, 122-123, 126-128, 131-150, 152-214, 217-220,
   222-225, 227, 229, 231-232, 234-235, 237-239, 241-250,
   252-253, 255-257, 259-281, 283-286, 288-291, 293-301
   (1955-1977). -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85
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Our Army at War, no. 2 (Sept. 1952)
   CONTENTS: "Champ" 8 p. -- "Second Best" 6 p. -- "A Letter
   from Joe" 6 p. -- "Survival for Shorty" 6 p. -- Data from
   Michael Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.2
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Our Army at War, no. 12 (July 1953)
   "Flying Blind" / William Woolfolk, script ; Jerry
   Grandenetti, pencils ; Joe Giella, art. 6 p. in Weird War
   Tales, no. 7 (Sept./Oct. 1972) ; reprinted from Our Army at
   War, no. 12 (July 1953). -- Data from Gene Reed, Lou
   Mazzella, Ramon Schenk, et al. via Grand Comics Database.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.4.N3W37no.7
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Our Army at War, no. 30 (Jan. 1955)
   "Frogman's Treasure!" / art, Russ Heath. 6 p. in Four-Star
   Battle Tales, no. 4 (Sept./Oct. 1973) ; reprinted from Our
   Army at War, no. 30 (Jan. 1955)
   I. Heath, Russ. k. Treasure. Call no.: PN6728.4.N3F63no.4
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Our Army at War, no. 32 (Mar. 1955)
   CONTENTS: "Battle Mirror" 8 p. -- "Glory Dive" 6 p. --
   "Feathered Fighter" 6 p. -- "Sea Soldier" 6 p. -- Data from
   Michael Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.32
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Our Army at War, no. 41 (Dec. 1955)
   "Battle Light!" / Irv Novick. 4 p. in Our Fighting Forces,
   no. 118 (Mar./Apr. 1969) ; reprinted from Our Army at War,
   no. 41 (Dec. 1955). -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O87no.118
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Our Army at War, no. 47 (June 1956)
   "Clay Pigeon Sub!" / Russ Heath, art. 6 p. in G.I. Combat,
   no. 125 (Aug./Sept. 1967) ; reprinted from Our Army at War,
   no. 47 (June 1956). -- Call no.: PN6728.2.Q3G2no.125
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Our Army at War, no. 52 (Nov. 1956)
   "Wall for a Fighting Man!" / Russ Heath, art. 6 p. in Our
   Army at War, no. 235 (Aug. 1971) ; reprinted from Our Army
   at War, no. 52 (Nov. 1956). -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3
   O85no.235
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Our Army at War, no. 57 (Apr. 1957)
   "Silent Gun!" / art, Joe Kubert. 8 p. in Four-Star Battle
   Tales, no. 4 (Sept./Oct. 1973) ; reprinted from Our Army at
   War, no. 57 (Apr. 1957)
   I. Kubert, Joe. k. Guns. Call no.: PN6728.4.N3F63no.4
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Our Army at War, no. 58 (May 1957)
   "Battle Hats!" 4 p. in Our Army at War, no. 242 (Feb. 1972)
   ; edited from 6 p. in Our Army at War, no. 58 (May 1957).
   -- Data from Michael Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3
   O85no.242
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Our Army at War, no. 59 (June 1957)
   CONTENTS: "The Mustang Had My Number" 8 p. -- "The Silent
   Sergeant" 6 p. -- "Sweep Your Alley" 6 p. -- "Battle Zoo" 6
   p. -- Data from Michael Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.N3 O85no.59
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Our Army at War, no. 66 (Jan. 1958)
   "Combat Size!" / Bob Haney, script ; Russ Heath, art. 6 p.
   in Weird War Tales, no. 3 (Jan./Feb. 1972) ; reprinted from
   Our Army at War, no. 66 (Jan. 1958). -- Data from Gene
   Reed, Lou Mazzella, Ramon Schenk, et al. via Grand Comics
   Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.4.N3W37no.3
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Our Army at War, no. 68 (Mar. 1958)
   "Pilot for a Sub!" / Bill Finger, script ; Mort Drucker,
   art. 6 p. in Weird War Tales, no. 3 (Jan./Feb. 1972) ;
   reprinted from Our Army at War, no. 68 (Mar. 1958). -- Data
   from Gene Reed, Lou Mazzella, Ramon Schenk, et al. via
   Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.4.N3W37no.3
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Our Army at War, no. 73 (Aug. 1958)
   "A Straight Run to Wonju!" / Bob Haney ; Russ Heath. 6 p.
   in All American Men of War, no. 115 (June 1966) ; reprinted
   from Our Army at War, no. 73 (Aug. 1958). -- Data from
   Michael Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3A4no.115
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Our Army at War, no. 77 (Dec. 1958)
   "The Pin-Up Tank!" 6 p. in Our Army at War, no. 244 (Apr.
   1972) ; reprinted from Our Army at War, no. 77 (Dec. 1958).
   -- Data from Gene Reed. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.244
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Our Army at War, no. 79 (Feb. 1959)
   "Patrol to Nowhere!" / art, Mort Drucker. 6 p. in Four-Star
   Battle Tales, no. 4 (Sept./Oct. 1973) ; reprinted from Our
   Army at War, no. 79 (Feb. 1959)
   I. Drucker, Mort. k. Nowhere. Call no.: PN6728.4.N3F63no.4
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Our Army at War, no. 81 (Apr. 1959)
   "The Rock of Easy Co." (Sgt. Rock) / Kanigher ; Andru/
   Esposito. 6 p. in Our Army at War, no. 280 (May 1975);
   reprinted from Our Army at War, no. 81 (Apr. 1959) -- Data
   from Gene Reed. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.280
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Our Army at War. no. 81 : Millennium Edition. -- New York : DC
   Comics, 2000. -- 64 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- (DC Comics
   Millennium Editions) -- "Originally published as Our Army
   at War no. 81, April 1959." -- "Sgt. Rock blazes into
   action for the first time." -- War genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.7.D3 O8 2000
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Our Army at War, no. 83 (June 1959)
   "The Rock and the Wall" (Sgt. Rock) / Joe Kubert, art ; Bob
   Kanigher, story. 11 p. in 80 Page Giant Magazine, no. 7
   (Feb. 1965) reprinted from Our Army at War, no. 83 (June
   1959) ; reprinted again in Our Army at War, no. 280 (May
   1975) -- Data from Gene Reed. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.3.N3E35no.7. Call no.: PN6728.2.N3O85no.280
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Our Army at War, no. 85 (Aug. 1959)
   "Ice Cream Soldier" (Sgt. Rock) / Bob Kanigher ; Joe
   Kubert. 11 p. in G.I. Combat, no. 150 (Oct./Nov. 1971) ;
   reprinted from Our Army at War, no. 85 (Aug. 1959). -- Data
   from Michael Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.Q3G2no.150
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Our Army at War, no. 91 (Feb. 1960)
   "Old Soldiers Never Run!" (Sgt. Rock) / Kanigher ; Kubert.
   4 p. in Our Army at War, no. 247 (July 1972) ; reprinted
   from Our Army at War, no. 91 (Feb. 1960). -- Data from
   Michael Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.247
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Our Army at War, no. 91 (Feb. 1960)
   "The Silent Piper" / Kubert ; Kanigher. 8 p. in Our Army at
   War, no. 159 (Oct. 1965) ; reprinted from Our Army at War,
   no. 91 (Feb. 1960). -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.159
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Our Army at War, no. 92 (Mar. 1960)
   CONTENTS: "Luck of Easy" (Sgt. Rock) 13 p. -- "Bait for a
   Desert Hawk" 6 p. -- "The D-Day Commandos" 6 p. -- Data
   from Michael Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3
   O85no.92
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Our Army at War, no. 100 (Nov. 1960)
   "No Exit for Easy" (Sgt. Rock) / Kanigher ; Kubert. 13 p.
   in Our Army at War, no. 164 (Feb. 1966); reprinted from Our
   Army at War, no. 100 (Nov. 1960) -- Data from Michael
   Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.164
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Our Army at War, no. 120 (July 1962)
   CONTENTS: "Battle Tags for Easy Co." (Sgt Rock) 15 p. --
   "The Fort had a Heart" 10 p. -- Data from Michael
   Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.120
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Our Army at War, no. 122 (Sept. 1962)
   CONTENTS: "Battle of the Pajama Commandoes" (Sgt. Rock) 13
   p. -- "Battle of the Bucket Ship" 12 p. -- Data from
   Michael Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.122
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Our Army at War, no. 123 (Oct. 1962)
   CONTENTS: "Battle Brass Ring" (Sgt. Rock) 13 p. -- "The
   Secret Convoy Killer" 6 p. -- "Pick Up the Pieces" 6 p. --
   Data from Michael Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3
   O85no.123
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Our Army at War, no. 126 (Jan. 1963)
   CONTENTS: "The End of Easy Company" (Sgt. Rock) 15 p. --
   "The Fort that Wouldn't Stay Up" 10 p. -- Data from Michael
   Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.126
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Our Army at War, no. 127 (Feb. 1963)
   CONTENTS: "4 Faces of Sgt. Rock" (Sgt. Rock) 25 p. -- Data
   from Michael Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3
   O85no.127
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Our Army at War, no. 128 (Mar. 1963)
   CONTENTS: "The Battle of the Sergeants" (Sgt. Rock) 17 p.
   -- "The Ghost Patrol" 8 p. -- Data from Michael
   Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.128
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Our Army at War, no. 131 (June 1963)
   CONTENTS: "One Pair of Dogtags for Sale!" (Sgt. Rock) 15 p.
   -- "Desert Hotfoot!" 6 p. -- "Everybody Makes it in Dog
   Co.!" 4 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.131
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Our Army at War, no. 132 (July 1963)
   CONTENTS: "Young Soldiers Never Cry" (Sgt. Rock) 15 p. --
   "Wings for a Washout" 10 p. -- Data from Michael
   Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.132
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Our Army at War, no. 133 (Aug. 1963)
   CONTENTS: "Yesterday's Hero" (Sgt. Rock) 19 p. -- "The
   'Candy' Spad" 6 p. -- Data from Michael Tiefenbacher. --
   Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.133
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Our Army at War, no. 134 (Sept. 1963)
   CONTENTS: "The T.N.T. Book" (Sgt. Rock) 15 p. -- "The Mouse
   and the Tiger" 10 p. -- Data from Michael Tiefenbacher. --
   Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.134
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Our Army at War, no. 135 (Oct. 1963)
   CONTENTS: "Battlefield Double" (Sgt. Rock) 15 p. --
   "Invasion Jitters" 10 p. -- Data from Michael Tiefenbacher.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.135
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Our Army at War, no. 136 (Nov. 1963)
   CONTENTS: "Make Me a Hero" (Sgt. Rock) 15 p. -- "I, the
   Bazooka" 10 p. -- Data from Michael Tiefenbacher. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.136
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Our Army at War, no. 137 (Dec. 1963)
   CONTENTS: "Too Many Sergeants" (Sgt. Rock) 17 p. -- "Bring
   Back the Admiral" 8 p. -- Data from Michael Tiefenbacher.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.137
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Our Army at War, no. 138 (Jan. 1964)
   CONTENTS: "Easy's Lost Sparrow" (Sgt. Rock) 15 p. -- "The
   Iron Sniper" 10 p. -- Data from Michael Tiefenbacher. --
   Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.138
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Our Army at War, no. 139 (Feb. 1964)
   CONTENTS: "A Firing Squad for Easy" (Sgt. Rock) 15 p. --
   "The Battling Mustaches" 10 p. -- Data from Michael
   Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.139
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Our Army at War, no. 140 (Mar. 1964)
   CONTENTS: "Brass Sergeant" (Sgt. Rock) 25 p. -- Data from
   Michael Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.140
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Our Army at War, no. 141 (Apr. 1964)
   CONTENTS: "Dead Man's Trigger" (Sgt. Rock) 15 p. --
   "Operation Egg" 10 p. -- Data from Michael Tiefenbacher. --
   Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.141
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Our Army at War, no. 142 (May 1964)
   CONTENTS: "Easy's New Topkick!" (Sgt. Rock) 15 p. --
   "Nose-Dive Champ!" 10 p. -- Data from Michael Tiefenbacher.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.142
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Our Army at War, no. 143 (June 1964)
   CONTENTS: "Easy's T.N.T. Crop" (Sgt. Rock) 15 p. --
   "Sandbox Sub" 10 p. -- Data from Michael Tiefenbacher. --
   Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.143
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Our Army at War, no. 144 (July 1964)
   CONTENTS: "The Sparrow and the Tiger" (Sgt. Rock) 15 p. --
   "Tin-Can Tank" 10 p. -- Data from Michael Tiefenbacher. --
   Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.144
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Our Army at War, no. 145 (Aug. 1964)
   CONTENTS: "A Feather for Little Sure Shot" (Sgt. Rock) 15
   p. -- "Wear It When You Earn It" 10 p. -- Data from Michael
   Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.145
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Our Army at War, no. 146 (Sept. 1964)
   CONTENTS: "The Fighting Guns of Easy" (Sgt. Rock) 15 p. --
   "No Score for a Frogman" 10 p. -- Data from Michael
   Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.146
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Our Army at War, no. 147 (Oct. 1964)
   CONTENTS: "Generals Don't Die!" (Sgt. Rock) 15 p. -- "Straw
   Pilot!" 10 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.147
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Our Army at War, no. 148 (Nov. 1964)
   CONTENTS: "Generals are Sergeants with Stars!" (Sgt. Rock)
   15 p. -- "Private Pete" 1 p. -- "The Sour Milk-Run!" 10 p.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.148
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Our Army at War, no. 149 (Dec. 1964)
   CONTENTS: "Surrender Ticket" (Sgt. Rock) 15 p. -- "Jackass
   Patrol" (Sgt. Mule) 10 p. -- Data from Michael
   Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.149
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Our Army at War, no. 150 (Jan. 1965)
   CONTENTS: "Flytrap Hill" (Sgt. Rock) 15 p. -- "Kite Jockey"
   9 p. -- Data from Michael Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.N3 O85no.150
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Our Army at War, no. 151 (Feb. 1965)
   "Enemy Ace" (Enemy Ace) / script, Robert Kanigher ; art,
   Joe Kubert. 14 p. in Star Spangled War Stories, no. 158
   (Aug./Sept. 1971) ; reprinted from Our Army at War, no. 151
   (Feb. 1965). -- Summary: Enemy Ace is wounded in a dog
   fight by a grazing blow to the head. After recovering he
   guards a Zeppelin on a bombing raid. -- Data from Gene
   Reed, Mike Nielsen, Mike Tiefenbacher, et al. via Grand
   Comics Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3S75no.158
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Our Army at War, no. 151 (Feb. 1965)
   "War Party" (Sgt Rock of Easy Co.) / Bob Kanigher, story ;
   Joe Kubert, art ; Tatjana Wood, colorist ; Bob Kanigher,
   editor ; Kim Yale, reprint editor. 10 p. in Sgt Rock, no.
   15 (Aug. 1991) ; reprinted from Our Army at War, no. 151
   (Feb. 1965) -- Data from Michael Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.5.D3S43no.15
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Our Army at War, no. 152 (Mar. 1965)
   CONTENTS: "Last Man, Last Shot!" (Sgt. Rock) 25 p. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.152
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Our Army at War, no. 153 (Apr. 1965)
   CONTENTS: "Easy's Last Stand!" (Sgt. Rock) 11 p. --
   "Khaki-Yaks" 1 p. -- "Flaming Bait!" (Enemy Ace) 14 p. --
   Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.153
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Our Army at War, no. 154 (May 1965)
   CONTENTS: "Boobytrap Mascot!" (Sgt. Rock) 16 p. --
   "Slowpoke Spad" 9 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.154
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Our Army at War, no. 155 (June 1965)
   CONTENTS: "No Stripes for Me!" (Sgt. Rock) 15 p. -- "Fokker
   Fury!" (Enemy Ace) 10 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.155
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Our Army at War, no. 156 (July 1965)
   CONTENTS: "The Human Tank Trap!" (Sgt. Rock) 17 p. --
   "Penny in the Slot!" 7 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3
   O85no.156
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Our Army at War, no. 157 (Aug. 1965)
   CONTENTS: "Nothin's Ever Lost in War" (Sgt. Rock) 15 p. --
   "Spotter on the Spot" 9 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3
   O85no.157
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Our Army at War, no. 158 (Sept. 1965)
   CONTENTS: "Iron Major, Rock Sergeant!" (Sgt. Rock) 25 p. --
   Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.158
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Our Army at War, no. 159 (Oct. 1965)
   CONTENTS: "The Blind Gun" (Sgt. Rock) 16 p. -- "The Silent
   Piper" 8 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.159
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Our Army at War, no. 160 (Nov. 1965)
   CONTENTS: "What's the Color of Your Blood?" (Sgt. Rock) 15
   p. -- "Private Pete" 1 p. -- "Jackass Volunteer!" 9 p. --
   Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.160
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Our Army at War, no. 161 (Dec. 1965)
   CONTENTS: "Dead End for a Dogface!" (Sgt. Rock) 15 p. --
   "Mig Bait!" 9 p. -- "Private Pete" 1 p. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.N3 O85no.161
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Our Army at War, no. 162 (Jan. 1966)
   CONTENTS: "The Prince and the Sergeant!" (Sgt. Rock) 15 p.
   -- "Private Diary" 1 p. -- "Dirty Little War!" 9 p. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.162
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Our Army at War, no. 163 (Feb. 1966)
   CONTENTS: "Kill Me, Kill Me" (Sgt. Rock) 15 p. -- "My Hands
   are a Bomb Bay" 9 p. -- Data from Michael Tiefenbacher. --
   Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.163
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Our Army at War, no. 164 (Feb. 1966)
   CONTENTS: "No Exit for Easy" (Sgt. Rock) 13 p. -- "The Tank
   and the Turtle" (Haunted Tank) 13 p. -- "Top Gun-Ace" 13 p.
   (Johnny Cloud) 13 p. -- "Call for a Frogman" 8 p. -- "My
   Pal, the Pooch" (Gunner & Sarge) 13 p. -- "A Medal for
   Marie" (Mlle. Marie) 13 p. -- Data from Michael
   Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.164
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Our Army at War, no. 165 (Mar. 1966)
   CONTENTS: "Return of the Iron Major!" (Sgt. Rock) 15 p. --
   "The Desert and the Doomed!" 9 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3
   O85no.165
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Our Army at War, no. 182 (July 1967)
   CONTENTS: "The Desert Rats of Easy!" (Sgt. Rock) 14 p. --
   "It's My Turn to Die! 9 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3
   O85no.182
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Our Army at War, no. 187 (Dec. 1967)
   CONTENTS: "Shadow of a Sergeant!" (Sgt. Rock) 14 p. -- "The
   Real Enemy in the Air!" 9 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3
   O85no.187
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Our Army at War, no. 203 (Feb./Mar. 1969)
   "Trap of the Dragon's Teeth!" (Haunted Tank) / Russ Heath,
   art. 16 p. in G.I. Combat, no. 98 (Feb./Mar. 1963) ;
   reprinted in Our Army at War, no. 203 (Feb./Mar. 1969). --
   Data from Gene Reed. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.Q3G2no.98
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Our Army at War, no. 205 (Apr. 1969)
   CONTENTS: "Medal for a War Dog" (Sgt. Rock) 8 p. -- "The
   Tank!" (Battle Album) 1 p. -- "The Tank with a Memory!" 6
   p. -- "The Porpoise" (Battle Album) 1 p. -- "Battle Zoo!" 6
   p. -- PN6728.2.N3 O85no. 205
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Our Army at War, no. 214 (Jan. 1970)
   CONTENTS: "Easy Co., Where Are You?" (Sgt. Rock) 14 p. --
   "The Bastille!" 4 p. -- "My Coffin, the Tank!" 4 p. --
   "Combat Capers" 1 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.214
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Our Army at War, no. 220 (June 1970)
   CONTENTS: "Stone-Age War" (Sgt. Rock) 14 p. -- "The Last
   Soldier" 8 p. -- "The Idiot!" (USS Stevens) 4 p. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.220
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Our Army at War, no. 224 (Oct. 1970)
   CONTENTS: "One for the Money" (Sgt. Rock) 14 p. -- "Sinking
   of the S.S. Seawolf" (Battle Album) 2 p. -- "Russian
   Guerrilla Warrior" (Warrior) 1 p. -- "Ronces Valles" (Great
   Battles of History) 4 p. -- "Wild Blue Yonder" 1 p. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.224
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Our Army at War, no. 225 (Nov. 1970)
   CONTENTS: "Face Front!" (Sgt. Rock) 14 p. -- "Buckethead"
   (U.S.S. Stevens) 4 p. -- "Swamp Indian" 4 p. -- "Anchored
   Frogman!" 6 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.225
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Our Army at War, no. 235 (Aug. 1971)
   CONTENTS: "Pressure Point" (Sgt. Rock) 12 p. -- "Kamikaze"
   (U.S.S. Stevens) 4 p. -- "The Glory Boys!" 6 p. -- "Wall
   for a Fighting Man!" 6 p. -- "Instant Hero!" 10 p. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.235
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Our Army at War, no. 241 (Feb. 1972)
   CONTENTS: "War Story" (Sgt. Rock) 14 p. -- "Private Buck's
   Army! (gag strip) 2 p. -- "Dirty Job" 4 p. -- "Battle
   Album: Atomic Bomb" 2 p. -- "Combat Tag!" 6 p. -- "Batmen"
   (U.S.S. Stevens) 4 p. -- "The Hot Spot!" 6 p. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.N3 O85no.241
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Our Army at War, no. 242 (Feb. 1972)
   CONTENTS: "The Rock!" 13 p. -- "Death of a PT Boat!"
   (Captain Storm) 15 p. -- "Line of Departure!" 6 p. --
   "Broken Ace!" (Johnny Cloud) 13 p. -- "A Tank for Sarge!"
   (Gunner and Sarge) 13 p. -- "Victory's Emblems" 2 p. --
   "The Wounded Won't Wait" (Sgt. Rock & Haunted Tank) 15 p.
   -- "The Brave Tank" 6 p. -- "Battle Hats!" 4 p. -- "Sam
   Glanzman's War Diary" 2 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3
   O85no.242
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Our Army at War, no. 243 (Mar. 1972)
   CONTENTS: "24 Hour Pass!" (Sgt. Rock) 14 p. -- "Visit to a
   Small War!" 6 p. -- "Rita, a Truck!" 8 p. -- "Last Shot of
   the Triggerfish!" 6 p. -- "Communications!" (Sgt. Rock's
   Battle Stations) 4 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.243
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Our Army at War, no. 244 (Apr. 1972)
   CONTENTS: "Easy's First Tiger" (Sgt. Rock) 14 p. -- "Wheel
   for a Fort" 6 p. -- "The Pin-Up Tank!" 6 p. -- "Liberty in
   the Philippines" (Sam Glanzman's War Diary) 2 p. -- "The
   Silent Tin Can!" 4 p. -- "What Do They Know About War?"
   (USS Stevens) 4 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.244
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Our Army at War, no. 245 (May 1972)
   CONTENTS: "The Prisoner" (Sgt. Rock) 14 p. -- "Goliath and
   the Little Tub" 4 p. -- "The Unknown Squad" 8 p. -- "Get
   the Carriers" 6 p. -- "War in the Air!" 2 p. -- "A Funny
   Thing Happened on the Way to the War!" (USS Stevens) 4 p.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.245
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Our Army at War, no. 246 (June 1972)
   CONTENTS: "Naked Combat" (Sgt. Rock) 15 p. -- "Gliderborne
   Troops" (Battle Album) 2 p. -- "Frogman Carrier!" 13 p. --
   "Nazi Tanks in Moscow" (Table-Top Dioramas) 2 p. -- "The
   Yellow Ribbon" 6 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.246
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Our Army at War, no. 247 (July 1972)
   CONTENTS: "The Vision!" (Sgt. Rock) 14 p. -- "Hysterical
   Facts?" 2 p. -- "Color Me Brave!" (U.S.S. Stevens) 4 p. --
   "Old Soldiers Never Run!" (Sgt. Rock) 4 p. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.N3 O85no.247
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Our Army at War, no. 248 (Aug. 1972)
   CONTENTS: "The Firing Squad!" (Sgt. Rock) 14 p. -- "The
   Flight for Fame" (Table Top Dioramas) 2 p. -- "The Salute!"
   4 p. -- "Ride the Baka" (USS Stevens) 4 p. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.N3 O85no.248
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Our Army at War, no. 249 (Sept. 1972)
   CONTENTS: "The Luck of Easy!" (Sgt. Rock) 14 p. --
   "Tankbuster Hawker Typhoon" (Battle Album) 2 p. -- "Wing
   Man" 7 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.249
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Our Army at War, no. 250 (Oct. 1972)
   CONTENTS: "90 Day Wonder" (Sgt. Rock) 14 p. -- "Pearl
   Harbor" (Table-Top Dioramas) 2 p. -- "The Last Escape!" 8
   p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.250
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Our Army at War, no. 254 (Feb. 1973) (coverless)
   CONTENTS: "The Town" (Sgt. Rock) 14 p. -- "Private Pete"
   1/2 p. -- "Private Pete" 1/2 p. -- "The Tank" (Bob
   Kanigher's Gallery of War) 8 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3
   O85no.254
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Our Army at War, no. 256 (Apr. 1973)
   CONTENTS: "School for Sergeants" (Sgt. Rock) 14 p. --
   "S.N.A.F.U." 1 p. -- "Torpedo" (Battle Album) 2 p. --
   "Betio's Bloody Pier" (Table-Top Dioramas) 2 p. --
   "Portuguese Man of War" (USS Stevens) 4 p. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.N3 O85no.256
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Our Army at War, no. 257 (June 1973)
   CONTENTS: "The Castaway" (Sgt. Rock) 14 p. -- "U.S.S.
   Sealion" (Table-Top Dioramas) 2 p. -- "Stuka Junker JU-87"
   (Battle Album) 2 p. -- "The Sea is Calm, the Sky is Bright"
   (USS Stevens) 4 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.257
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Our Army at War, no. 260 (Sept. 1973)
   CONTENTS: "Hell's Island!" (Sgt. Rock) 14 p. -- "Horse
   Soldiers" (Battle Album) 2 p. -- "Big Man Little Man" (Bob
   Kanigher's Gallery of War) 7 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3
   O85no.260
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Our Army at War, no. 264 (Jan. 1974)
   CONTENTS: "The Hunt!" (Sgt. Rock) 12 p. -- "Bazooka"
   (Battle Album) 2 p. -- "The Light Side" 1 p. -- "The Gook"
   (Bob Kanigher's Gallery of War) 5 p. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.N3 O85no.264
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Our Army at War, no. 265 (Feb. 1974)
   CONTENTS: "The Brother" (Sgt. Rock) 12 p. -- "Mushroom"
   (Table-Top Dioramas) 2 p. -- "Our Army Laffs" 1 p. --
   "Rocco's Roost!" (USS Stevens) 5 p. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.N3 O85no.265
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Our Army at War, no. 266 (Mar. 1974)
   CONTENTS: "The Evacuees!" (Sgt. Rock) 12 p. -- "The
   Islands" (Sam Glanzman's War Diary) 2 p. -- "The Sorcerer's
   Apprentice" (USS Stevens) 4 p. -- "Leonardo da Vinci"
   (Battle Album) 2 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.266
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Our Army at War, no. 267 (Apr. 1974)
   CONTENTS: "A Baker's Dozen!" (Sgt. Rock) 12 p. -- "Military
   Command Insignia" 1 p. -- "Moonglow" (USS Stevens) 4 p. --
   "Air to Sea Rescue!" (GI Jinx) 1 p. -- "A Hot Number"
   (Battle Album) 2 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.267
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Our Army at War, no. 268 (May 1974)
   CONTENTS: "The Elite" (Sgt. Rock) 12 p. -- "Air Force
   Insignia!" 1 p. -- "Red Snow" (Bob Kanigher's Gallery of
   War) 7 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.268
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Our Army at War, no. 269 (June 1974)
   CONTENTS: "A Man Called Rock!" (Sgt. Rock) 12 p. -- "The
   Mighty Mosquito!" 6 p. -- "The Sergeant and the Gun!" 6 p.
   -- "Stop the War, I Want to Get Off!" (Sgt. Rock) 11 p. --
   "Military Color Code" 1 p. -- "Zeppelin" (Battle Album) 2
   p. -- "Death Ship of Three Wars!" (Johnny Cloud) 15 p. --
   "Foxhole Fever!" 6 p. -- "Sam Glanzman's War Diary" 2 p. --
   "No Loot for the Hellcats!" (Hunter's Hellcats) 12 p. --
   "Horseless!" (Bob Kanigher's Gallery of War) 5 p. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.269
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Our Army at War, no. 270 (July 1974)
   CONTENTS: "Spawn of the Devil" (Sgt. Rock) 12 p. --
   "Lifeless" 5 p. -- "Personnel Carriers" (Battle Album) 2 p.
   -- Data from Gene Reed. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.270
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Our Army at War, no. 271 (Aug. 1974)
   CONTENTS: "Brittle Harvest" (Sgt. Rock) 12 p. -- "The Gun"
   5 p. -- Data from Gene Reed. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3
   O85no.271
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Our Army at War, no. 272 (Sept. 1974)
   CONTENTS: "The Bloody Flag" (Sgt. Rock) 12 p. -- "A
   Sergeant Dies" (Bob Kanigher's Gallery of War) 8 p. -- Data
   from Gene Reed. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.272
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Our Army at War, no. 273 (Oct. 1974)
   CONTENTS: "The Arena!" (Sgt. Rock) 12 p. -- "This Ain't the
   Army" 1 p. -- "Once a Hero" (Bob Kanigher's Gallery of War)
   7 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.273
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Our Army at War, no. 274 (Nov. 1974)
   CONTENTS: "Home is the Hero!" (Sgt. Rock) 12 p. --
   "Artillery" (Battle Album) 2 p. -- "Last Mission" (Bob
   Kanigher's Gallery of War) 6 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3
   O85no.274
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Our Army at War, no. 275 (Dec. 1974)
   CONTENTS: "Graveyard Battlefield" (Sgt. Rock) 13 p. --
   "Lucky, Save Me" (USS Stevens) 4 p. -- "Sergeants Aren't
   Born" (Sgt. Rock) 23 p. -- "Man Behind the Flintlock" 6 p.
   -- "Trench Trap" 8 p. -- "The Easy Way" 6 p. -- "Valley of
   Missing Aces" 12 p. -- Data from Gene Reed. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.N3 O85no.275
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Our Army at War, no. 278 (Mar. 1975)
   CONTENTS: "Rearguard Action" (Sgt. Rock) 12 p. -- "Floating
   Tanks!" 1 p. -- "A Helping Hand" 4 p. -- "War Games" 1 p.
   -- "The Wooden Wonder!" (Battle Album) 2 p. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.N3 O85no.278
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Our Army at War, no. 280 (May 1975)
   CONTENTS: "Mercy Mission" (Sgt. Rock) 13 p. -- "Bernard
   Irwin" (Medal of Honor) 6 p. -- "The Rock of Easy Co.!"
   (Sgt. Rock) 6 p. -- "The Rock and the Wall!" (Sgt. Rock) 11
   p. -- "Every Man's a Sergeant!" 6 p. -- "Sentries Never
   Sleep" 6 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.280
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Our Army at War, no. 288 (Jan. 1976)
   CONTENTS: "Defend, or Destroy!" (Sgt. Rock) 12 p. -- "War
   Games" 1 p. -- "Edouard Victor M. Izac" (Medal of Honor) 5
   p. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.288
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Our Army at War, no. 291 (Apr. 1976)
   CONTENTS: "Death Squad!" (Sgt. Rock) 11 p. -- "Justice for
   All Includes Children ; 2" 1 p. -- "The Gas Attack" 1 p. --
   "The Saga of Butch O'Hare" (Medal of Honor) 5 p. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.291
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Our Army at War, no. 294 (July 1976)
   "A Coffin for Easy" (Sgt. Rock). 12 p. in Our Army at War,
   no. 294 (July 1976) -- Data from Gene Reed. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.N3 O85no.294
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Our Army at War, no. 298 (Nov. 1976)
   CONTENTS: "Return to Chartres" (Sgt. Rock) 12 p. -- "The
   Fruit Pie Scene" (Green Lantern) 1 p. advertising -- "Not
   Granted!" (USS Stevens) 4 p. -- "Bazooka & Church"* (War
   Games) 1 p. -- "Take Ten" 1 p. letters -- "Justice for All
   Includes Children ; 7" 1 p. -- Data from Diverse Hands,
   Donald Dale Milne, Mike Nielsen, et al. via Grand Comics
   Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no. 298
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Our Army at War, no. 300 (Jan. 1977)
   CONTENTS: "300th Hill" (Sgt. Rock) -- "Wise Guy" 1 p. --
   Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.300
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Our Army at War : War One-Shot / Mike Marts, writer ; Victor
   Ibáñez, artist. -- New York : DC Comics, 2010. -- 32 p. :
   col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Cover title: Our Army at War
   Featuring Sgt Rock. -- Numbered: 1, November 2010. -- War
   genre. -- Call no.: PN6728.8.D3 O78 2010
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Our Army at War--Indexes.
   Our Army at War. -- Menomonee Falls : M. Tiefenbacher,
   1980. -- 37 p. ; 28 cm. -- Caption title. -- Contents of
   Our Army at War and Sgt. Rock comic books, with
   cross-indexes to personnel, series, and cover dates. -- For
   APA-I, 13th mailing. -- Call no.: PN6725.T55O8
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Our Army at War--Miscellanea.
   Entry (p. 416-417) in The Slings and Arrows Comic Guide,
   Frank Plowright, ed. (London : Aurum Press, 1997). --
   "Reviews and analyses." -- Call no.: PN6707.S55 1997
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Our Army at War--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 164) in All in Color for a Dime, edited by
   Dick Lupoff & Don Thompson (Iola, WI : Krause Publications,
   1997). -- Call no.: NC1426.A43 1997
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Our Army at War--Miscellanea.
   Index entry to Cartoonist Profiles, no. 17 (Mar. 1973), p.
   55 -- Data from R.C. Harvey. Call no.: NC1300.C35no.17
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Our Army at War--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 58, 184-186, 189) in The Comic Book Heroes
   from the Silver Age to the Present, by Will Jacobs & Gerard
   Jones (New York : Crown, 1985). Call no.: PN6725.J3 1985
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Our Army at War--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 75) in Comics, Comix & Graphic Novels, by
   Roger Sabin (London : Phaidon, 1996). Call no.: PN6710.S24
   1996
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Our Army at War--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 116) in Masters of the Imagination / Mike
   Benton (Dallas, TX : Taylor, 1994). -- Call no.: NC1305.B46
   1994
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Our Army at War--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 184) in Over 50 Years of American Comic
   Books, by Ron Goulart (Lincolnwood, Ill. : Mallard Press,
   1991). -- Call no.: PN6725.G636 1991
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Our Army at War--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 260) in Ron Goulart's Great History of
   Comic Books (Chicago : Contemporary Books, 1986). Call no.:
   PN6725.G635 1986
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Our Army at War--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 608) in The World Encyclopedia of Comics,
   ed. by Maurice Horn (New York : Chelsea House, 1976). Call
   no.: PN6710.W6 1976
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Our Army, Inc.
   Spotlight Comics [microform] -- St. Louis, Mo. : Our Army,
   Inc., 1944-1945. -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Published no. 1
   (Nov. 1944) - no. 3, cf. Official Overstreet Comic Books,
   Strips, Etc. -- Color microfiche by P.J. Iacovone. --
   Superhero and other adventure story genres. -- LIBRARY HAS:
   no. 1-3. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.C47S63m
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"Our Army Laffs" 1 p. in Our Army at War, no. 265 (Feb. 1974).
   -- Gag strip. -- Begins: "Smith is here, Sarge, he's in the
   shower!" -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.265
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"Our Automotive Future" (Rhymes with Orange, May 3, 2001) / by
   Hilary Price. -- Summary: The door light is out, and she's
   told she's better off buying a new car. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "car repairs"
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"Our Beloved Tape Dispenser."
   The Best American Comics 2009 / edited and with an
   introduction by Charles Burns ; Jessica Abel & Matt Madden,
   series editors. -- Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt,
   2009. -- 332 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm. -- (The Best
   American Series) -- Includes bibliographical references. --
   Contents: Shh! / Tim Hensley ; Justin M. Damiano / Daniel
   Clowes ; Artist vs. artisan / Peter Bagge ; Underworld
   strips / Kaz ; Hillbillys 'r' dumb / Doug Allen ; Why I
   write only about myself / Aline Kominsky-Crumb ; Our
   beloved tape dispenser / Robert Crumb and Aline
   Kominsky-Crumb ; Indian Spirit Twain & Einstein / Michael
   Kupperman ; Spirit duplicator / Dan Zettwoch ; The company
   (excerpt) / Matt Broersma ; Shortcomings (excerpt) / Adrian
   Tomine ; Over easy (excerpt) / Mimi Pond ; Portrait of the
   artist as a young %@#*!! / Art Spiegelman ; Cruddy / Ron
   Regé Jr. ; When I was eleven / Gabrielle Bell ; Gropius in
   "Ring tones" / Tim Hensley ; Dal Tokyo / Gary Panter ;
   Disinfected youth, Gravel migration, and The wide riders /
   Ben Katchor ; Annoyed X girlfriend, Dad coming down the
   cellar stairs, Sally in the public toilet, Tree pee, Summer
   shower, and Church miracle / Jerry Moriarty ; Mosfet
   Warlock and the Mechlin men / CF ; Lo-bot-o-my-heart,
   Slumburbia, and Heart of darkness / David Sandlin ; The
   galactic funnels / Dash Shaw ; Berlin (excerpt) / Jason
   Lutes ; Maakies with the wrinkled knees strips / Tony
   Millionaire ; Black death (chapter two) / Sammy Harkham ;
   Jordan W. Lint / Chris Ware ; Fuzz & Pluck in Splitsville
   (excerpt) / Ted Stearn ; Freaks / Laura Park ; Skim
   (excerpt) / Jillian and Mariko Tamaki ; Antoinette / Koren
   Shadmi ; Glenn Ganges in Pulverize / Kevin Huizenga ;
   Jillian in The argument / Tim Hensley ; 5: 45 A.M. / Al
   Columbia ; Papa / Gilbert Hernandez ; The hand that feeds
   (excerpt) / Anders Nilsen ; Hope Gropius / Tim Hensley. --
   Alternative genre. -- Call no.: PN6726.B335 2009
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"Our Bickering Would Be Sublime"* (Diesel Sweeties, Mar. 23,
   2007) / by Richard Stevens. -- Summary: She says ignoring
   voice mail is antisocial. They've never dated, but they
   fight anyway. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "voice mail"
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Our Bill.
   Entry (v. 2, p. 306) in Dictionnaire Encyclopédique de
   Héros et Auteurs de BD, by Henri Filippini (Grenoble :
   Glénat, 1998). -- Call no.: PN6707.F5 1998 v.2
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Our Bill.
   Index entry (p. 271) in Comic Art in America, by Stephen D.
   Becker (New York : Simon and Schuster, 1959). Call no.:
   NC1420.B4
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Our Bill.
   Index entry (p. 149) in The Comics, by Coulton Waugh
   (Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 1991,
   originally published 1947). -- Call no.: PN6725.W36 1991
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Our Bill.
   Index entry (p. 168) in The Encyclopedia of American
   Comics, ed. by Ron Goulart (New York : Facts on File,
   1990). Call no.: PN6725.E64 1990
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Our Bill.
   Index entry (p. 160) in Encyclopédie des bandes dessinées /
   ed. Marjorie Alessandrini. Nouv. éd. (Paris : A Michel,
   1986) Call no.: PN6707.E5 1986
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Our Bill.
   Index entry (p. 135-136, 160) in The Funnies, 100 Years of
   American Comic Strips, by Ron Goulart (Holbrook, Mass. :
   Adams Publishing, 1995). -- Call no.: PN6725.G62 1995
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Our Bill.
   Index entry (p. 299) in The World Encyclopedia of Comics,
   ed. by Maurice Horn (New York : Chelsea House, 1976). Call
   no.: PN6710.W6 1976
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Our Blessed Mother.
   "The Seven Sorrows of Our Blessed Mother" / illus. by P.
   Karch. p. 9-14 in Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact, v. 14,
   no. 20 (June 4, 1959). -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.14no.20
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Our Boarding House

Newspaper panel sometimes called "Our Boarding House with Major Hoople" and often remembered as just "Major Hoople." It was originated by Gene Ahern in 1921, later drawn by others including Woodson Cowan (whose obituary says he drew it from 1931 to 1956), Bill Freyse (Maurice Horn (1996) and Ron Goulart (1990) say Freyse drew it from 1939 to 1969) and James Branagan (1969-1971, per Horn 1996). The panel was written for some number of years by Tom McCormick. Characters include: Besides the boarding house, another favorite scene of action (and cast of characters) was the agreeably disreputable Owls Club
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Our Boarding House / by Ahern. -- 1934-1974. -- ill. ; 24-30
   cm. -- Caption title. -- Scrapbooks of daily cartoon panels
   dated from January 1, 1934 to February 16, 1942, and from
   May 16, 1945 to May 11, 1974. -- With Major Hoople. --
   Later panels signed Bill Freyse, later still by Branagan,
   Carroll and McCormick. -- Written by Bill Braucher from
   1939 to 1958, per Goulart, R. Encyclopedia of American
   Comics. -- Vols. numbered 4-22. -- Call no.: folio PN6728
   .O8F6 1934
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Our Boarding House : examples (p. 164, 173, 176-177) in Old
   Time Comics, a scrapbook of daily strips and panels
   collected by Marvin Wisecup, ca. 1930 with some later
   additions. Call no.: folio PN6726.W5 1930z
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Our Boarding House : Sunday tear sheets / by Jim Branagan. --
   NEA, Inc. 1969-1970. -- ca. 50 leaves : col. ill. ; 19 x 37
   cm. -- Clipped Sunday comic strips from July 20, 1969 to
   June 14, 1970. -- Call no.: folio PN6728 .O8W4 1969
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"Our Boarding House.
   MySpace Dark Horse Presents : 5 / featuring the work of
   Scott Allie, et al. -- Milwaukie, OR : Dark Horse Books,
   2010. -- 165 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- "This volume
   reprints the online comic-book anthology MySpace Dark Horse
   Presents #25-#30, as well as "Callie eats feathers" from
   issue #31." -- Alternative and other genres. -- Contents:
   Buffy the vampire slayer: Harmony comes to the nation /
   script, Jane Espenson ; art, Karl Moline ; colors, Michelle
   Madsen ; letters, Richard Starkings and Jimmy Betancourt --
   The guild / script, Felicia Day ; art, Jim Rugg and Juan
   Ferreyra ; colors, Dan Jackson ; letters, Nate Piekos of
   Blambot -- The gax of life : a wondermark tale / by David
   Malki! ; colors, Marcus Thiele -- Here comes Suzy Snowflake
   / by Jill Thompson -- Exurbia : no return / script, Scott
   Allie ; art, Kevin McGovern ; colors, Dave Stewart ;
   letters, Nate Piekos of Blambot -- Going to work / by Jesse
   Reklaw -- Scraps / by Matt Sundstrom -- Our boarding house
   / by Rick Geary -- Antlers / by Roman Muradov -- The secret
   files of the giant man in Egypt / by Matt Kindt -- Dalton :
   promise kept / script, Adam Gallardo ; art, Todd Demong ;
   colors, Marta Ziemnicka -- Duke Armstrong : the world's
   mightiest golfer / script, Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca ; art,
   Jim Rugg ; colors, Jason Lex ; letters, Nate Piekos of
   Blambot -- The horror robber / script and letters, Damon
   Gentry ; art, Aaron Conley -- Callie eats feathers /
   script, Ananth Panagariya ; art, Yuko Ota -- Numest /
   script, Cody Goodfellow ; art, Jeff Warmester ; colors,
   Andrew Dalhouse ; letters, Nate Piekos of Blambot -- Groo :
   the hogs of Horder / by Sergio Aragones and Mark Evanier ;
   colors, Tom Luth ; letters, Stan Sakai -- Blighter :
   licensed tracker / script, Jeff Parker ; art, Ben Dewey --
   Mister X : the vanishing breed / by Dean Motter ; colors,
   Dean Motter and Hamid Bahrami -- Mens iniuria in corpore
   sano / script, John Arcudi ; art, M. S. Corley ; letters,
   Nate Piekos of Blambot -- Solomon Kane : all the damned
   souls at sea / script, Scott Allie ; art, Guy Davis ;
   colors, Dave Stewart ; letters, Richard Starkings -- Conan
   and the mad king of Gaul / by Darick Robertson ; colors,
   Tony Avina ; letters, Simon Bowland. -- Call no.:
   PN6726.M8905 2010
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Our Boarding House (Jan. 27, 1922)
   "Mrs. Hoople's Globe Trotting Husband Comes Back Home!"
   (Our Boarding House, Jan. 27, 1922) / Gene Ahern. reprinted
   on p. 9 of The World of Comic Art, v. 2, no. 3 (1970). --
   Summary: Martha and a houseful of boarders greet Amos, who
   has been "gone nigh on ten years!" -- Editor's note says
   this is the "first appearance of Major Amos Barnaby
   Hoople." -- Call no.: NC1426.W6v.2.no.3
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Our Boarding House (1927)
   Our Boarding House with Major Hoople, 1927 / Gene Ahern. --
   Almonte, Ont. : Algrove Publishing, 2005. -- 286 p. : ill.
   ; 21 cm. -- (Classic Reprint Series) -- Call no.: PN6728
   .O8A5 2005
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Our Boarding House (Jan. 4, 1929)
   "Anything to Help a Pal" (Our Boarding House, Jan. 4, 1929)
   / Gene Ahern. -- Summary: The plan is to get Abe Getz, the
   costume renter, to outfit David as a titled Britisher so
   Martha will accept him as a house guest. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "costumes"
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Our Boarding House (Jan. 10, 1929)
   "Front, and Off-Stage Chatter" (Our Boarding House, Jan.
   10, 1929) -- Summary: In his loud talking, David sounds
   British; in his whispering between the lines he consults
   the Major about his disguise, and asks about how to wear
   the monocle. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "monocles"
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Our Boarding House (Dec. 30, 1937)
   "He'll Really Set Sail for the Owls Club" (Our Boarding
   House, Dec. 30, 1937) -- Summary: Jason announces what he
   thinks is a bill collector, and Amos says to say he's left
   on a scientific voyage to the Saragossa Sea. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "science and scientists"
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Our Boarding House (June 19, 1942)
   "He Flies Just Like a Wild Duck" (Our Boarding House, June
   19, 1942) -- Summary: Amos is flying his father's
   helicopter after only one lesson, and the boarders wonder
   if he can land without digging an oil well; until then
   they're keeping their pogo sticks. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "pogo sticks"
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Our Boarding House (June 10, 1943)
   "Unhappy as Hamlet"* (Our Boarding House, June 10, 1943) --
   Summary: Amos suggests that his dad take a jaunt in his
   helicopter to get his mind off Miss Frankey, and dad
   suggests a fishing trip. -- Unsigned. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "Hamlet"
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Our Boarding House (June 17, 1943)
   "That Puts 'em in the Pan with the Fish"* (Our Boarding
   House, June 17, 1943) -- Summary: The boarders were worried
   and come looking for Amos, and find him cooking fish in his
   campsite. He offers them a helicopter ride. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "cooking"
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Our Boarding House (Mar. 3, 1944)
   "Mack Said Seaweed, Jake, Rubber Trees!" (Our Boarding
   House, Mar. 3, 1944) -- Summary: The major asks about
   tapioca: "Is it a fruit or vegetable, and does it come for
   a bush, tree or plant?" -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "tapioca"
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Our Boarding House (Jan. 1, 1945)
   "Jake Has His Guard Up" (Our Boarding House, Jan. 4, 1945)
   -- Summary: Amos and Jake are thinking up schemes to decide
   who will be Pike's bodyguard. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "competition"
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Our Boarding House (June 6, 1945)
   "Not Fast Enough for Martha" (Our Boarding House, June 6,
   1945) -- Summary: Amos and Jake are painting the house at
   what they think is breakneck speed; Martha calls them
   turtles. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "pace"
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Our Boarding House (June 11, 1945)
   "Yep, It's Hannibal Hoople, Esq." (Our Boarding House, June
   11, 1945) -- Summary: Pop arrives for a visit and sees Amos
   and Jake painting the house, albeit not very energetically.
   -- Call no.: folio PN6728 .O8F6 1934 v.8
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Our Boarding House (June 12, 1945)
   "Unpack, Dad, and Have a Cup of Tea" (Our Boarding House,
   June 12, 1945) -- Summary: The elder Hoople begins his
   visit by handing Martha $100 "for steering my son Amos away
   from the men with the butterfly nets all these years." --
   Call no.: folio PN6728 .O8F6 1934 v.8
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Our Boarding House (July 6, 1945)
   Original comic art : sample collection of artwork for
   various U.S. comic strips. -- ca. 40 items in box 63 x 53 x
   9 cm. -- Assembled from various acquisitions of the Russel
   B. Nye Popular Culture Collection at the Michigan State
   University Libraries . -- CONTENTS: Alley Oop, 6/30/45 --
   Animal crackers (Rog Bollen), 8/5/68 -- Born loser (Art
   Sansom), 10/20/75 -- Brenda Starr, Reporter (Dale Messick),
   4/6/69 -- Bringing up father (George McManus), undated --
   Broom-Hilda (Russell Myers), 2/4/72; 9/24/75 -- Conchy
   (James Childress), 2/25/75 -- Eek and Meek (Howie
   Schneider), 6/30/67 -- Ella Cinders (Charlie Plumb), 4/6/42
   -- Emmy Lou (Marty Links), 9/3/?? -- Farley (Phil Frank),
   10/26/92 -- Flash Gordon (Mac Raboy), 12/30/56 -- Freckles
   and his friends (Merrill Blosser), 6/7/45; 5/14/57 -- Funky
   Winkerbean (Tom Batiuk), 10/3/74 -- Funny business (Ralph
   Hershberger), 6/7/45 -- Johnny Hazard (Frank Robbins),
   5/4/66 -- Mark Trail (Ed Dodd), 11/4/62; 11/23/62;
   12/19/65; 6/5/68; 6/7/68 -- Moose Miller (Bob Weber),
   4/26/71; 6/25/72 -- Nancy (Ernie Bushmiller), 9/24/44 --
   Our Boarding House, 7/6/45 -- Out Our Way (J.R. Williams),
   2/27/39 -- Priscilla's Pop (Al Vermeer), 7/31/74 -- Rick
   O'Shay and Hipshot (Stan Lynde), 10/27/74 -- Slim & Spud
   (Max Gwin), 4/7/79 -- Smilin' Jack (Zack Mosley), 2/9/70;
   2/4/73 -- Tiger (Bud Blake), 7/21/75 -- Travels with Farley
   (Phil Frank), 12/29/80 -- Tumbleweeds (Tom K. Ryan),
   9/3/73; 11/22/73 -- Wash Tubbs (Leslie Turner), 5/9/45 --
   The Wizard of Id (Brant Parker & Johnny Hart), 1/4/??
   (Sunday).
   1. Newspaper comic strips. I. [Each strip title and date].
   II. [Each creator] Call no.: oversize PN6726 .O7
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Our Boarding House (July 30, 1945)
   "Well, They Stuck Out Their Chins" (Our Boarding House,
   July 30, 1945) -- Summary: Mack and Buster tease Hoople
   about his inventing, asking if he's invented a magnetic
   keyhole, and he says he's sold his crime detector "at a
   fancy figure." -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "keyholes"
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Our Boarding House (Aug. 8, 1945)
   "Sounds Like Very Fast Air" (Our Boarding House, Aug. 8,
   1945) -- Summary: On the golf course, Amos and his father
   trade stories about wind: This is stagnant air! the
   windmills in Australia got so hot they pumped steam; in
   Kansas the wind made flying ducks stand still. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "stagnation"
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Our Boarding House (Jan. 7, 1950)
   "Coming in for an Emergency Landing"* (Our Boarding House,
   Jan. 7, 1950) -- Summary: Uncle Bulgy falls down while ice
   skating; a bystander isn't concerned: "That old duffer is
   well padded!" -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "padding"
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Our Boarding House (Apr. 1, 1950)
   "Has He a Good Strong Forearm?"* (Our Boarding House, Apr.
   1, 1950). -- Summary: Amos is bringing his wrestler for a
   meal, as he's "drooling for a match with the muffins."
   Martha agrees to it, mentioning South Pacific. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "muffins"
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Our Boarding House (Apr. 11, 1950)
   "Hail the King of the Arctic Circle" (Our Boarding House,
   Apr. 11, 1950) -- Summary: Kukulik was being "batted around
   like a badminton bird," then suddenly won the wrestling
   match with a hold called an Iceland Sling. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "badminton"
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Our Boarding House (Oct. 3, 1950)
   "Surprise! It Looks Like a Sale" (Our Boarding House, Oct.
   3, 1950) -- Summary: The Major is selling books on a
   doorstep, and the pitch includes Shakespeare, Poe, "famed
   atomic scientists," and Mozart. The customer responds
   talking about Moliere's Republic of Letters. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "Poe"
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Our Boarding House (Mar. 20, 1951)
   "The Pot Boils Over" (Our Boarding House, Mar. 20, 1951) --
   Summary: Amos is writing a spring song at the piano, that
   will drown out Mendelssohn. Martha wants to know, given a
   world of atom bombs, cold war, hot war, reds, jets, taxes
   and tanks, if the vernal equinox has cracked his bell. --
   Key words: Musical composition, daffodils. -- Call no.:
   PN6726f.B55 "atomic bombs"
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Our Boarding House (Mar. 22, 1951)
   "The Old Boy is Strictly Not Neutral" (Our Boarding House,
   Mar. 22, 1951) -- Summary: The Major assaults a stranger in
   the park after hearing him say the fight against communism
   is lost; "are we outguessed by a bevy of Volga boatmen?" --
   Key words: Spirit of '76, flintlocks, Cornwallis, Russians.
   -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "Russians"
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Our Boarding House (Mar. 27, 1951)
   "This Meeting Won't Get Any Space In Pravda" (Our Boarding
   House, Mar. 27, 1951) -- Summary: The Major makes a speech
   to the Owls Club, about the morale of America being
   poisoned; the audience compares Stalin to their wives and
   communism to all the cop raids they've been through. --
   Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "communism"
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Our Boarding House (Mar. 30, 1951)
   "She Would Clean House" (Our Boarding House, Mar. 30, 1951)
   -- Summary: Martha reads the Major's essay, and speaks of
   the patriotism of her folks, the one-shot Rathbuns of
   Kentucky; he wishes she could be smuggled into the Kremlin
   with a mop. -- Key words: Russia, courage, tigresses,
   typewriters. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "Kremlin"
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Our Boarding House (Apr. 4, 1951)
   "Message to Americans"* (Our Boarding House, Apr. 4, 1951)
   -- Summary: Major Hoople's two-paragraph patriotic essay
   appears on page one of the newspaper, though Twiggs wants
   to know how he kept it so short; the reader knows that it
   was originally 14 pages. -- Key words: Editing. -- Call
   no.: PN6726f.B55 "patriotism"
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Our Boarding House (Apr. 11, 1951)
   "He's an Old Smoke-Eater"* (Our Boarding House, Apr. 11,
   1951) -- Summary: The Civil Defense Committee appoints
   Major Hoople the auxiliary Fire Chief, and Martha says it's
   the kind of Sitting Bull operation that should fit him like
   a nightgown. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "Civil Defense"
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Our Boarding House (Apr. 25, 1951)
   "The Arena Just Before the First Punch was Thrown" * (Our
   Boarding House, Apr. 25, 1951) -- Summary: The Major's work
   as an umpire leads to a series of threats and put-downs. --
   Key words: Hanging, for two cents I'd, grinders, meatheads,
   bats, false teeth. -- Unsigned. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55
   "false teeth"
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Our Boarding House (Apr. 26, 1951)
   "Hard Fight Mom, I'll Be Right Home" (Our Boarding House,
   Apr. 26, 1951) -- Summary: Afterwards the boys bring Uncle
   Bulgy home in a wagon, and the Major's head is spinning as
   he asks the conductor to refer to him at the iron curtain
   as a Ukrainian samovar salesman. A passer-by thinks he's
   drunk. -- Key words: Spectators, hail on a tin roof,
   punches, sponges. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "iron curtain"
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Our Boarding House (May 26, 1951)
   "It's the Married Men who Object"* (Our Boarding House, May
   26, 1951) -- Summary: Belasco flashed a bale of treasury
   hay at Waldo's place trying to rent a room, and Waldo had
   to tell the Missus he was a typhoid carrier to get rid of
   him. -- Key words: Money, wives. -- Unsigned. -- Call no.:
   PN6726f.B55 "typhoid"
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Our Boarding House (June 28, 1951)
   "But You're Not Laughing Very Hard Now" (Our Boarding
   House, June 28, 1951) -- Summary: The major has invested in
   paper socks, and says the boarders are "the kind of critics
   who scoffed at Ben Franklin's lightning rod." He'll laugh
   when the dividends come in. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "Franklin"
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Our Boarding House (Aug. 1, 1951)
   "How About Lending Us Some Fried Chicken, Too?" (Our
   Boarding House, Aug. 1, 1951) -- Summary: Amos tells a
   farmer he's polling the rural folk on the atom bomb and
   foreign policy, and asks if he has any extra beds; the
   farmer lends him a shack and some cots. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "cots"
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Our Boarding House (Aug. 2, 1951)
   "You'll Have to Guess Who's Talking" (Our Boarding House,
   Aug. 2, 1951) -- Summary: One voice compares sleeping on
   the cots to sleeping on a waffle iron; the other brags he
   slept on stalagmites in Mesopotamia for a fortnight. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "cots"
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Our Boarding House (Aug. 15, 1951)
   "Little Stories Told to the Nose" (Our Boarding House, Aug.
   15, 1951) -- Summary: Amos, Jason and Twiggs are looking
   down at a cabin in the mountains, and smelling food and
   drink. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "aromas"
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Our Boarding House (Sept. 5, 1951)
   "That Makes It All Even on Snubs" (Our Boarding House,
   Sept. 5, 1951) -- Summary: The Major is 'puffing a butt
   that looks like it was bought,' so two of the boarders hit
   him up for loans; all three are smoking. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "smoking"
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Our Boarding House (Dec. 5, 1951)
   "Say! Is This Getting to be a Fowl Act?" (Our Boarding
   House, Dec. 5, 1951) -- Summary: Comedy rehearsal. Pike
   does a gag about bores and parties, and a duck flies out
   from under Carp's hat. Twiggs says that's a paralyzer. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "paralysis"
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Our Boarding House (Dec. 11, 1951)
   "Call the Doctor, and put Pike under Ether" (Our Boarding
   House, Dec. 11, 1951) -- Key words: Appendicitis,
   toadstools, thermometers, jests, symptoms. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "Ether"
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Our Boarding House (Dec. 12, 1951)
   "What Do You Mean You Never Played Comedy Parts?" (Our
   Boarding House, Dec. 12, 1951) -- Summary: Carp has
   appendicitis, and though he's a Shakespearean actor the
   Major volunteers to stand in for Pike's Christmas shows. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "comedy"
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Our Boarding House (June 24, 1952)
   "Can't You Be Serious, Twiggs?" (Our Boarding House, June
   24, 1952) -- Summary: The major has dreamed he was
   nominated to run for president, and Twiggs thinks he's
   heavy enough to start a landslide. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "landslides"
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Our Boarding House (July 11, 1952)
   "The Wounded Warrior" (Our Boarding House, July 11, 1952)
   -- Summary: Hoople is hiding from the public because he has
   been bitten on the nose by a baby in his political
   campaign, and Twiggs says he been "as hard to find as a
   Republican button in Alabama." -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "Alabama"
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Our Boarding House (Sept. 16, 1952)
   "Great Mind Groping for the Light" (Our Boarding House,
   Sept. 16, 1952) -- Summary: Amos talks about inventing a
   sailor hat that sends up distress signal rockets, and
   Twiggs asks about his other idea for a lapel flower that
   squirts tear gas at holdup men. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "creativity"
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Our Boarding House (Nov. 25, 1952)
   "You're the Law Now, Major" (Our Boarding House, Nov. 25,
   1952) -- Summary: Hoople is a Justice of the Peace, and the
   Owls Club elected him. Now there's a demand to raid the
   place, and he doesn't want to be a Benedict Arnold. Twiggs
   comments while playing solitaire. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "Arnold"
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Our Boarding House (Dec. 4, 1952)
   "Schooling the Boys for a Raid" (Our Boarding House, Dec.
   4, 1952) -- Summary: The Owls Club plans to be discussing
   exploration for minerals, and As You Like It, when the
   police arrive. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Shakespeare"
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Our Boarding House (Nov. 13, 1953)
   "Good Morning, Mister Shakespeare" (Our Boarding House,
   Nov. 13, 1953) -- Summary: Amos has just finished Romeo and
   Juliet and is starting on Hamlet, and Martha wonders if
   he's really crazy or just acting. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "Shakespeare"
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Our Boarding House (Jan. 14, 1954)
   "As a Matter of Fact, the Brace is News to Him" (Our
   Boarding House, Jan. 14, 1954) -- Summary: Amos presents
   drawings of his coat with the built-in chair, and the
   boarders point out a structural difficulty. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "braces"
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Our Boarding House (May 6, 1954)
   "Practicing the Approach on Baxter's Carrots" (Our Boarding
   House, May 6, 1954) -- Summary: Amos talks about his
   ancestor, Angus McQuarrie Hoople, who taught King James the
   game of golf in Scotland ; the neighbor wants him to stop
   tramping through his garden retrieving the ball. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Our Boarding House (May 12, 1954)
   "They All Look Like His" (Our Boarding House, May 12, 1954)
   -- Summary: The Major is in trouble for picking up somebody
   else's golf ball. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf balls"
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Our Boarding House (May 13, 1954)
   "No More Than Three Balls, That Is" (Our Boarding House,
   May 13, 1954) -- Summary: The Major reports on his
   preparations for the golf tournament; he played a difficult
   dogleg hole with no more than three. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "doglegs"
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Our Boarding House (July 7, 1954)
   "Hercules Didn't Get That Way Cooking" (Our Boarding House,
   July 7, 1954) -- Summary: The Major reads about a mountain
   retreat where he could relax, and Burke could get into
   shape, like Hercules. Burke likes cooking, fishing and
   swimming. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "cooking"
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Our Boarding House (Aug. 2, 1954)
   "The Cot Groaned All Night" (Our Boarding House, Aug. 2,
   1954) -- Summary: Amos 'slept like a hypnotized stooge in a
   furniture store window;' Burke invites him to slay a
   caribou for breakfast. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "cots"
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Our Boarding House (Sept. 17, 1954)
   "A Vacation Costs Us 11 Months of Putting Our Dessert in a
   Pig Bank"* (Our Boarding House, Sept. 17, 1954) -- Summary:
   The Major brags about catching a criminal and getting a
   reward, and the boarders complain about his luck. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "vacations"
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Our Boarding House (Oct. 30, 1954)
   "This is Only the First Inning, Martha" (Our Boarding
   House, Oct. 30, 1954) -- Summary: The Major has apparently
   begun a painting of Shakespeare. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "Shakespeare"
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Our Boarding House (Nov. 4, 1954)
   "Words and Thoughts" (Our Boarding House, Nov. 4, 1954). --
   Summary: Martha shows Amos's portrait of Shakespeare to
   Mrs. Snackleby. Neither woman appreciates it, but neither
   says so out loud. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Shakespeare"
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Our Boarding House (Nov. 16, 1954)
   "This Knocks Leander and Alvin for a Loop" (Our Boarding
   House, Nov. 16, 1954). -- Summary: The Major shows off $100
   that he got for his portrait of Shakespeare. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "Shakespeare"
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Our Boarding House (Nov. 17, 1954)
   "You're Trapped, Leander" (Our Boarding House, Nov. 17,
   1954) -- Summary: Leander defaced the painting with a big
   mustache, and he can't sleep for wondering how Uncle Bulgy
   sold the portrait of Shakespeare after that. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "Shakespeare"
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Our Boarding House (Nov. 29, 1954)
   "Twiggs is Assistant Sales Manager" (Our Boarding House,
   Nov. 29, 1954). -- Summary: The portrait of Shakespeare, as
   defaced by Leander, looks exactly like Bascom O'Hare the
   bar owner. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Shakespeare"
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Our Boarding House (Oct. 18, 1955)
   "It's a Stunning Blow" (Our Boarding House, Oct. 18, 1955)
   -- Summary: Jake Hoople arrives and asks where the old
   parlor ornament (his brother) is; Martha tells him Amos is
   working. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "parlors"
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