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The Bold dates indicate the year in which ERB created the stories.
Book dedications are indicated in quotation marks.
The information following the titles indicate: the working title (WT),
the first published title, usually in magazines (MT).
Where WT or MT are not given, the title is the same.
Following this is a list of magazine and book publishers who have put out editions of the work.
Publish dates for the first edition magazines and books are in brackets. 
The Early Years: Poetry - HORSES AND DOGS (1887) - 89 S.S.S.! (1887) - CHICAGO (1887) - WHAT ARE THE WILD WAVES SAYING? AN EVENING LULLABY FOR THE CHILDREN (1903) - BLACK MAN'S BURDEN - POVERTY (1908) - THE MARTYRS (1909) - MUSCA DOMESTICA (1909) - O, YES; ITíS GETTING THICK - MUST FIGHT OR RUN OUT - LOOK ON THIS PICTURE, THEN ON THAT (1911) -  NAY, IT HATH NOT GONE (1914) -THE CLIMATE AND THE VIEW  (1914) - THE CONTRIBS OF YESTERYEAR (1915) - Numerous Poems written for ERB's Breakfast Club (1925) - THE $ STEAMSHIP COW (1936) - GENGHIS KHAN (10 pages) - ITíS ANTS! - HOOKS FOR MEN! - LOOK AT THIS PICTURE, THEN ON THAT -  (Many others)
                                        See e-text in ERBzine
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1900-1901 "Snake River Cotton-Tail Tales" and  "Unnamed" -
    Personally illustrated One-shots for family with rhymed stories and family in-jokes- See e-text:
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Little Lessons for Little Learners - 1:
Jonathan's Patience, or How Fortune Came Through Faith
A Sunday School story - date unknown

1901 "Grandma Burroughs' Cook Book" -
                Hand-lettered and illustrated recipe book of family recipes - Unpublished 

1903 circa Minidoka 937th Earl of One Mile Series M -
               Published by Dark Horse in 1998 
1904-1907 The Violet Veil: A Treely True Story - Unpublished 

1908  "What Every Young Couple Should Know" - A humorous article.
            Apparently it was submitted to Woman's Home Companion on May 5, 1937 but never published.


1911

"Selling Satisfaction - an Anecdote" an article by by Normal Bean. Unpublished.


A Princess of Mars -- "To My Son Jack" WT= 1. My First Adventure on Mars,  2. The Green Martians, 3. Dejah Thoris, Martian Princess, 4. Under the Moons of Mars -- MT=Under the Moons of Mars - Series Title in Modern Mechanics = Carter of the Red Planet.
All-Story Magazine 6(1912) - Modern Mechanics and Invention 4(1929) - A.C. McClurg (1917) - Grosset & Dunlap - E.R. Burroughs, Inc. - Ballantine - Dover (with Fighting Man of Mars - Doubleday (Science Fiction Book Club) 
The Outlaw of Torn -- "To My Friend Joseph E. Bray"-- same
New Story Magazine 5(1914) - A.C. McClurg (1927) - Grosset & Dunlap - Pinnacle - Ace

Tarzan of the Apes   "To Emma Hulbert Burroughs"
All-Story Magazine 1(1912) Best Stories Magazine 8(1927) - A.C. McClurg (1914) - AL Burt Company -  Grosset & Dunlap - Armed Forces Paperback -  Ballantine - Whitman - Random House - Methuen - Dover Thrift - Pan - Watson-Guptill

1912 
The Gods of Mars

All-Story Magazine 5(1913) - A.C. McClurg (1918) - Grosset & Dunlap - E.R. Burroughs, Inc. - Canaveral - Ballantine - Doubleday (SF Book Club with Warlord of Mars) - Methuen

The Avenger (Unpublished 3,500 word short story) 
For the Foolís Mother
(Unpublished short story) 
The Return of Tarzan
-- "To My Mother" WT=1. The Ape Man -- 2. Monsieur Tarzan
New Story Magazine 7(1913) - A.C. McClurg (1915) - AL Burt - Grosset & Dunlap - Armed Forces PB - Ballantine - Whitman 
1913 
At the Earth's Core
--WT=The Inner World -- MT=Lost Inside the Earth/At the Earth's Core - Later Modern Mechanics series title=Lost Inside the Earth)

All-Story Weekly 4(1914) - Modern Mechanics & Invention 3(1929) - A.C. McClurg (1922) - Grosset & Dunlap - Ace - Canaveral - Dover (with Pellucidar & Tanar of Pellucidar) -  Doubleday - Ballantine-Del Rey 
The Cave Girl (Part one...part two in 1914 WT=The Cave Man)
All-Story Magazine 7(1913 & 1917) - A.C. McClurg (1925) - Grosset & Dunlap - Dell - Canaveral - Ace - Ballantine-Del Rey

The Monster Men -- WT=Number Thirteen -- MT=A Man Without a Soul
All-Story Magazine 1(1913) - A.C. McClurg (1929) - Grosset & Dunlap - Canaveral - Ace

The Warlord of Mars -- WT=The Prince of Helium -- MT=Warlord of Mars
All-Story Magazine 4(1913-1914) - A.C. McClurg (1919) - Grosset & Dunlap - E.R. Burroughs, Inc. - Ballantine - Methuen - Doubleday (with Thuvia, Maid of Mars) 
The Mucker (Part 1...Part 2 in 1914) (aka. 2 volume set as The Mucker and The Return of the Mucker-- WT=Out There Somewhere)
All-Story Cavalier 8(1914 & 1916) - Methuen (1921) Pt.1 (only British 1st) - A.C. McClurg (1921) - Methuen (1922) Pt 2 - Grosset & Dunlap - Canaveral - Ballantine - Ace

The Mad King (Part 1--WT=The Mad King of Lutha ...Part 2 in 1914 -- WT="Barney Custer" of Beatrice)
All-Story Weekly 4(1914 & 1915) - A.C. McClurg (1926) - Grosset & Dunlap - Ace

The Eternal Lover (Part 1--WT=Nu of the Neocene ...Part 2 in 1914 WT=Sweetheart Primeval) AKA The Eternal Savage
All-Story Cavalier 5(1914 & 1915) - A.C. McClurg (1925) - Grosset & Dunlap - Ace - Ballantine 

From the Man Who Knows Mars
All-Story ~ May 1913

1914 

"To Posterity" - a foreward for his mother's reminiscences titled,
            "Memoirs of a War Bride." Unpublished

The Beasts of Tarzan "To Joan Burroughs" MT in 1929 Triple X=Tarzan Returns
All-Story Cavalier 5(1914) - Triple X 4(1929 & 1930) - A.C. McClurg (1916) AL Burt - Grosset & Dunlap - Ace - Ballantine - Del Rey Double (with Son of Tarzan)

The Lad and the Lion --WT=Men and Beasts
All-Story 3(1917) - E.R. Burroughs, Inc. (1938 - hieroglyph on jacket) - Grosset & Dunlap - Canaveral - Ballantine - Ace

The Girl from Farris's -- WT=The Girl from Harris's
All-Story 4(1916) - Wilma Co. (1959) (PB & HC) - House of Greystoke (1965) - Charter

Thuvia, Maid of Mars -- WT=Carthoris
All-Story 3(1916) - A.C. McClurg (1920) - Grosset & Dunlap - E.R. Burroughs, Inc., (1948) - Dover (Castle) (with Thuvia, Maid of Mars; The Chessmen of Mars; and the The Master Mind of Mars) - Ace, 1962 Paperback (F-168), 143 pages - Ballantine - Doubleday (SF Book of the Month) - 
Pellucidar --
All-Story 5(1915) - A.C. McClurg (1923) - Grosset & Dunlap - Ace - Canaveral - Castle, Anthology (5 ERB stories) 
1915 
The Son of Tarzan 
"To Hulbert Burroughs"
All-Story Magazine 6(1915 & 1916) -  A.C. McClurg (1917) - AL Burt - Grosset & Dunlap - Ace - Ballantine - Del Rey Double (with Beasts of Tarzan) 
The Man-Eater WT=Ben, King of Beasts (Combined with Beyond Thirty as: Beyond Thirty and the The Man-Eater )
Evening World 6(1915) - Fantasy Press (1956) (PB with Beyond Thirty) -  SF/Fantasy Publications (1957) 
Beyond Thirty PB= The Lost Continent (Combined with The Man-Eater as: Beyond Thirty and the The Man-Eater )
All-Around Magazine 1(1916) - Fantasy Press (1956) (PB with The Man-Eater) - SF/Fantasy Publications - Ace (The Lost Continent) - Tandem-Wyndham 
Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar
All-Story 5(1916) - Va. Leader 10(1920 & 1921)  - A.C. McClurg (1918) - AL Burt - Grosset & Dunlap - Ace - Ballantine - House of Greystoke -  Del Rey Double (with Jungle Tales of Tarzan) 
The Rider -- WT=H.R.H. The Rider -- Combined in book: The Oakdale Affair and the Rider
All-Story 3(1918) - E.R. Burroughs, Inc. (1937 - hieroglyph on jacket) - Grosset & Dunlap - Ace

"The Zealots" (unpublished) 
"The Lion Hunter" (unpublished outline) 
"Syndication"
The Bulletin - April 1915 
1916 
An Auto-Biography (Republic Motor Truck Company Booklet - A Chronicle of a 1916 ERB Family Cross-Country Auto Trip)

Orca Digital Graphix-Robert Zeuschner Reproduction for the 1996 Tarzana Dum Dum 
Jungle Tales of Tarzan (Parts 1-8 ...Parts 9-12 in 1917...WT=The New Tarzan Stories - MT=The New Stories of Tarzan/Tarzan's First Love, The Capture of Tarzan, The Fight for the Balu, The God of Tarzan, Tarzan and the Black Boy, The Witch Doctor Seeks Vengeance, The End of Bukawai, The Lion, The Nightmare, the Battle for Teeka, A Jungle Joke, Tarzan Rescues the Moon)
Blue Book Magazine 11(1916 & 1917) - A.C. McClurg (1919) - Grosset & Dunlap - Ace - Ballantine -Watson-Guptill, Burne Hogarth Illustrated -  Del Rey Double with Jewels of Opar 
1917 
The Oakdale Affair (and the Rider) (WT=Bridge and the Oskaloosa Kid, MT=The Oakdale Affair)

Blue Book 1(1918) - ERB Inc. (1937 - hieroglyph on jacket) - Grosset & Dunlap - Ace 
The Land that Time Forgot(Parts 1 & 2 ...Part 3 in 1918) aka. 3 volume set as The Land that Time Forgot, The People that Time Forgot, Out of Time's Abyss (WT=The Lost U-Boat, Cor Sva Jo, Out of Time's Abyss -- MT=The Land That Time Forgot, The People That Time Forgot, Out of Time's Abyss)
Blue Book 3(1918) - Amazing 3(1927) - A.C. McClurg (1924) - Grosset & Dunlap - Canaveral - Ace - Dover with The Moon Maid -  Doubleday 
"The Little Door"  (unpublished)
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"To the Mother," "To the Home Girl," and "To the Woman on the Town."
        -  three patriotic, 400-word articles submitted to newspapers.
1918 
Tarzan the Untamed (WT=Tarzan and the Huns -- MT=An Eye for an Eye, When the Lion Fed, The Golden Locket, When Blood Told, The Debt, The Black Flyer, Tarzan and the Valley of Luna)

Red Book Magazine 6(1919) All-Story 5(1920) - A.C. McClurg (1920) - Grosset & Dunlap - Ballantine - Del Rey Double (with Tarzan the Terrible) 
"Patriotism by Proxy" WWI Article - May 25
Oak Leaves

"Peace and the Militia" WWI Article - November 16
Oak Parker

"A National Reserve Army" (Army-Navy Journal - August 31, 1918)  Wanted--Good Citizens!
http://www.erbzine.com/mag0/0031.html - Electronic Text 
"Go To Pershing" - A WWI Article
Military Training Camp Association

"Home Guarding for the Liberty Loan" -
WWI Speech delivered at Flag Day exercises

"Paris, December 30 (By Special Cable)"
Daily Reporter - Coldwater, Michigan 

"Do Boys Make Good Soldiers?"  and "Who's Who in Oak Park" (both published in Oak Leaves)

"Little  Ol' Buck Private" and "For the Victory Loan" (poems) Unpublished

1919 
The Efficiency Expert

Argosy All-Story 4(1921) - House of Greystoke (1966) - Charter

"The Ghostly Script" (unpublished) 

1920 

Tarzan the Terrible
Argosy All-Story 7(1921) - A.C. McClurg (1921) - Grosset & Dunlap - Ballantine - Whitman (BLB) -  Del Rey Double (with Tarzan the Untamed 
"The Absurd Quarantine" Article on Hoof and Mouth Outbreak in the San Fernando Valley 
1921 
The Chessmen of Mars (WT=The Chess Men of Mars -- MT=Chessmen of Mars)

Argosy All-Story 7(1922) - A.C. McClurg (1922) - Grosset & Dunlap - ERB Inc. - Dover - Ace - Ballantine 
The Girl from Hollywood (WT=The Penningtons)
Munsey's Magazine 6(1922) - MaCauley (1922) - Ace

1922 
Tarzan and the Golden Lion

Argosy All-Story 7(1922 & 1923) -  A.C. McClurg (1923) - Grosset & Dunlap - Ballantine - Del Rey (with Tarzan and the Ant Men) 
The Moon Maid (Part 1 ..Part 2 in 1919...Part 3 in 1925) aka. 2 volume set as The Moon Maid and The Moon Men (WT2=Under the Red Flag -- MT2=The Moon Men -- WT3=The Red Hawk -- MT=The Red Hawk - Later Modern Mechanics title for the stories=Conquest of the Moon)
Argosy All-Story 5(1923) 4(1925) 3(1925) - Modern Mechanics & Invention 4(1928 & 1929) - A.C. McClurg (1926) - Grosset & Dunlap - Canaveral - Dover (with The Land That Time Forgot) - Ace 
Beware!  (WT=Beware! - MT=The Scientists Revolt) (written as John Tyler McCulloch) (re-written by Fantastic Adventures editor Ray Palmer and retitled The Scientists Revolt for the July 1939 issue).
Burroughs Bulletin  #39 (1974)


The Scientists Revolt Scientists Revolt  (WT=Beware! - MT=The Scientists Revolt) (re-written by Fantastic Adventures editor Ray Palmer and retitled The Scientists Revolt for the July 1939 issue).
Fantastic Adventures Magazine 1(1939) - Burroughs Bulletin, 1974, Photo reprint of Fantastic Adventures


Wild Animals in Pictures
Screenland, June 1922

1923 
The Bandit of Hell's Bend

Argosy All-Story 6(1924) - A.C. McClurg (1925) - Grosset & Dunlap - Ace - Gregg Press 
Tarzan and the Ant Men
Argosy All-Story 7(1924) - A.C. McClurg (1924) - Grosset & Dunlap - Ballantine - Del Rey (with Tarzan and the Golden Lion) 
"Creator of Tarzan Speaks"
Los Angeles Sunday Times - July 1 
1924 
Marcia of the Doorstep
(Long Work - Unpublished) 
"Out of Timeís Abyss" (article for Urban Military Academy school newspaper) ? 
1925 
Master Mind of Mars (WT=A Weird Adventure on Mars/Vad Varo of Barsoom)

Amazing Annual 1(1927) - A.C. McClurg (1928) - Grosset & Dunlap - ERB Inc. - Dover - Ace - Ballantine - Doubleday  (SF Club with Fighting Man of Mars)

"The Saddle Horse in Southern California" - News Article
L.A. Times - January 1 

Them Thar Papers
(A script for a home movie ont he Tarzana ranch, using friends and family as actors.)

1926 
The War Chief (WT=The War Chief of the Apaches)

Argosy All-Story 5(1927) - A.C. McClurg (1927) - Grosset & Dunlap - Ballantine - Gregg Press


ďAn Adventure in PlagiarismĒ (The Bulletin of the Authorís League) 

"Clubs Like the Edgewater a Force for the Good in the Community"
        (Edgewater Breeze - Sept. 25)  An Article on Leisure

The Tarzan Twins "To Joan, Hulbert and Jack, who were brought up on Tarzan stories, this volume is affectionately dedicated by their father."
P.F. Volland Co (1927) - Canaveral, (1963, FIRST?, contains 1927 Volland Tarzan Twins and 1936 Whitman Tarzan and the Tarzan Twins) 

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With the Author of Tarzan
"An Interview With Edgar Rice Burroughs in Which He Frankly
Discusses His Methods and Gives Sound Advice"
by Glenn B. Gravatt
The Writers' Monthly - December, 1926


1927 
You Lucky Girl!
(3-act play script) (tentative future publication date) 

Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle (WT=Tarzan the Invincible)
Blue Book 6(1927 & 1928) - A.C. McClurg (1928) - Grosset & Dunlap - Ballantine - Del Rey (with Tarzan and the Lost Empire) 
Apache Devil
Argosy All-Story 6(1928) - E.R. Burroughs, Inc. (1933 - hieroglyph on jacket) - Grosset & Dunlap - Ballantine - Gregg Press 
"Eleven Year Itch"
Script Magazine - Autobiographical Travelogue


Who Cares?
Tarzana Bulletin ~ September 1927


"The Illustrator and the Author" Author's League Bulletin - October
See ERB Motes &  Quotes #35
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The Eleven Year Itch
Script 1927


1928 
Tarzan and the Tarzan Twins with Jad-Bal-Ja, the Golden Lion (WT=Jad-Bal-Ja and the Tarzan Twins)

Whitman (1936) - Canaveral (1963) (FIRST?, contains 1927 Volland Tarzan Twins and 1936 Whitman Tarzan and the Tarzan Twins) - House of Greystoke 
Tarzan and the Lost Empire "To Jean Hulbert" Blue Book 5(1928-1929) - Metropolitan (1929) - Grosset & Dunlap -  ERB Inc. - Dell - Ace - Ballantine - Del Rey (with Lord of the Jungle) 
Tanar of Pellucidar"To Joan Burroughs Pierce II"
Blue Book 6(1929) - Metropolitan (1930) - Grosset & Dunlap - Canaveral - Ace - Canaveral 
Tarzan at the Earth's Core (WT=Tarzan and Pellucidar)
Blue Book 7(1929 & 1930) - Metropolitan (1930) - Grosset & Dunlap - ERB Inc. - Canaveral - Ace - Ballantine - Del Rey  (with Tarzan the Invincible) 
1929 
A Fighting Man of Mars

Blue Book 6(1930) - Metropolitan (1931) - Grosset & Dunlap - ERB Inc. - Canaveral - Ace - Ballantine

Jungle Girl aka The Land of Hidden Men (WT=The Dancing Girl of the Leper King -- MT=The Land of the Hidden Men)
Blue Book 5(1931) - ERB Inc. (hieroglyph on jacket) - Odhams Press - Grosset & Dunlap - Ace,

"The Citizen and the Police"
Police Reporter 
"How I Wrote the Tarzan Books"
New York World's Sunday Supplement, "The World Magazine" October 29
Reprinted in  A Golden Anniversary Bibliography of ERB (1964) by Henry Hardy Heins - Pub: Donald M. Grant 

"Success at Thirty-Five"
N.Y. World


Scopes trial report for the International Press Bureau
???
1930 

Tarzan the Invincible (WT=Tarzan and the Man-Things -- MT=Tarzan, Guard of the Jungle)
The Story of Tarzan
First edition dust jacket of Tarzan the Invincible, November 20, 1931
Blue Book 7(1930 & 1931) - ERB Inc. (1931) - Grosset & Dunlap - Ace - Ballantine

"Entertainment is Fiction's Purpose" (Writer's Digest June 1930)
Reprinted in A Golden Anniversary Bibliography of ERB (1964) by Henry Hardy Heins 
The Deputy Sheriff of Comanche County (WT=That Damn Dude/The Brass Heart/The Terrible Tenderfoot -- MT=The Terrible Tenderfoot)
Thrilling Adventures 3(1940) - ERB Inc. (1940 - hieroglyph on jacket & spine) - Gregg Press - ERB-dom (1973) reprints of Thrilling Adventures Magazine
"Even Apes Fight For It" - (Humourous article celebrating Script's 10th Birthday)
Script Magazine - June


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Tarzan, Jr. - Fairy Tale Castle Book
1930s

1931 
Tarzan Triumphant (WT=Tarzan and the Raiders -- MT=The Triumph of Tarzan)

Blue Book 6(1931 & 1932) - ERB Inc. (1932 - hieroglyph on jacket) - Grosset & Dunlap - Ace - Ballantine - Editorial N Ovaro Mexico 
Calling All Cars (unpublished) 
Tarzan and the Leopard Men
Blue Book 6(1932 & 1933) - ERB Inc. (1935 - hieroglyph on jacket) - Grosset & Dunlap - Ballantine 
Pirates of Venus (WT=The Pirates of Venus)
Argosy 6(1932) - ERB Inc. (1934 - hieroglyph on jacket) - Grosset & Dunlap - Canaveral - Ace - Dover (with Lost On Venus) 
Tarzan and the City of Gold
Argosy 6(1932) - ERB Inc. (1933 - hieroglyph on jacket) - Grosset & Dunlap - Whitman - Ace - Ballantine - Editorial N Ovaro Mexico


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Tarzan for President
The Editor
Blue Book Magazine - July, 1932
1932 
"Murder!" A Collection of Short Murder Mystery Puzzles (MT: Murder at Midnight,

Bank Murder, The Terrace Drive Murder, The Gang Murder, The Lightship Murder (35.10.26), The Dark Lake Murder, Who Murdered Mr. Thomas?, The Red Necktie (1932), The Dupuyster Case)
Rob Wagner's Script Weekly (1932 & 1935)

Pirate Blood (WT=Pirate Blood by John Tyler McCulloch)
 Ace (1970) (with Wizard of Venus)
Lost on Venus
Argosy 7 (1933) - ERB Inc. (1935 - hieroglyph on jacket) - Grosset & Dunlap - Canaveral - Ace

"The Tarzan Theme" (Writer's Digest, June 1932)
Reprinted in A Golden Anniversary Bibliography of ERB  (1964) by Henry Hardy Heins
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"Edgar Rice Burroughs Tells All:An Autobiographical Sketch" (Rob Wagnerís SCRIPT, July 9, 1932)
Reprinted in  Edgar Rice Burroughs: The Man Who Created Tarzan (1975) by
    Irwin Porges: Brigham Young University Press
Reprinted in Edgar Rice Burroughs: The Exhaustive Scholar's and Collector's
    Descriptive Bibliography (1996) by Robert B. Zeuschner: McFarland 
"Protecting the Author's Rights"
Writers Yearbook

"Men Who Make the Argosy: Edgar Rice Burroughs"
Argosy - March 12


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Tarzan of the Air Radio Promo Booklet
Early '30s

The Birth of Tarzan, by His Poppa
Script ~ 1932

1933 
Tarzan and the Lion Man (WT=Tarzan and the Lion-Man)

Liberty Magazine 9(1933 & 1934) - ERB Inc. (1934 - hieroglyph on jacket) - Grosset & Dunlap - Ace - Ballantine

Swords of Mars
Blue Book 6(1934 & 1935) - ERB Inc. (1936 - hieroglyph on jacket) - Grosset & Dunlap - Ballantine - Doubleday (SF Club with Synthetic Men of Mars) 
The Death Valley Expedition of the Intrepid 33ers (automobile camping trip journal)

1934 

Tarzan's Quest (WT=Tarzan & the Immortal Men/Tarzan and Jane -- MT=Tarzan & the Immortal Men)
Blue Book 6(1935 & 1936) - ERB Inc. (1936 - hieroglyph on jacket) - Grosset & Dunlap - Ballantine 
Symbol of a New Day - A Celebration of Script's 5th Birthday
Script Magazine February 17 
1935 
Back to the Stone Age (WT=Back to the Stone Age, A Romance of the Inner World -- MT=Seven Worlds to Conquer)

Argosy 6(1937) - ERB Inc. (1937 - hieroglyph on jacket) - Grosset & & Dunlap dust jacket - Canaveral - Ace

Tarzan the Magnificent "To Cyril Ralph Rothmund" (Chapters 1-12 ...conc. in 1936) (WT1=Tarzan the Magnificent, WT2=Tarzan and the Elephant Men -- MT1=Tarzan and the Magic Men)
Argosy 3(1936) - Blue Book 3(1937 & 1938) - ERB Inc. (1939 - hieroglyph on jacket & spine) - Ballantine - Methuen -. Four Square 
Resurrection of Jimber-Jaw (WT=Elmer)
Argosy 1(1937) - Canaveral (1964) (Tales of Three Planets with Beyond the Farthest Star,  Wizard of Venus) 
1937 
Carson of Venus "To Florence Gilbert Burroughs"

Argosy 6(1938) - ERB Inc. (1939 - hieroglyph on jacket) - Canaveral - Ace 
Tarzan and the Forbidden City (MT=The Red Star of Tarzan)
Argosy 6(1938) - ERB Inc. (1938 - hieroglyph on jacket) - Bantam (1940) - Whitman - Ballantine

ď'Two Gun' Doak Flies South" (unpublished) (WT1="Two Gun" Doak Flies South by John Tyler McCulloch, WT2=Mr. Doak Flies South by ERB) 
"Mr. Burroughs Describes His Publishing Methods" (Writer's Digest, May 1937, pp 33-34)

Reprinted in  A Golden Anniversary Bibliography of ERB (1964)by Henry Hardy Heins
"The Author - Publisher" - Article on Publishing (Same as above?)
Writer's Digest

"Birth of Tarzan by his Poppa"
Script Magazine, June 19, 1937

"Man-Eaters" (On the behaviour of lions)
L.A. Times Sunday Magazine - August 22

1938 
Synthetic Men of Mars

Argosy 6(1939) - ERB Inc. (1940 - hieroglyph on jacket) - Ballantine - Doubleday (SF Club with Swords of Mars) 
Land of Terror
ERB Inc. (1944 - hieroglyph on jacket) - Canaveral - Ace 
1939 
Tarzan and the Jungle Murders
(published in Tarzan and the Castaways) (WT1=New Tarzan Series, 1939 -- WT2=Murder in the Jungle)
Thrilling Adventures 1(1940) - Canaveral (1965) - Ballantine

Angelís Serenade (unpublished) 

Tarzan and the Champion (published in Tarzan and the Castaways)
Blue Book 1(1940) - Canaveral (1965) - Ballantine 
Tarzan Clans of America (Official Guide)
E.R. Burroughs, Inc. (1939) E-Text http://www.erbzine.com/mag0/0032.html

1940 
Tarzan and the Madman

Canaveral (1964) - Ballantine 
Escape on Venus "To Brigadier General Kendall J. Fielder"  (Chapters1-16 ... Chapters 17-29 concluded later in the year) (Pt1WT=Captured on Venus, Pt2WT=The Fire Goddess, Pt3WT=War on Venus -- Pt1MT=Slaves of the Fish Men, Pt2MT=Goddess of Fire)
Fantastic 4(1941) - ERB Inc. (1946 - hieroglyph on jacket & spine) - Canaveral - Ace

"The Strange Adventure of Mr. Dinnwiddie" 
Llana of Gathol
"To John Philip Bird" (Part 1... Parts 2-4 concluded later in the year) (Pt1WT=The Frozen Men of Mars, John Carter and the Pits of Horz, Pt2WT=The Black Pirates of Barsoom, Pt3WT=Escape on Mars, Pt4WT=Invisible Men of Mars -- Pt1MT=The City of Mummies, Pt2MT=Black Pirates of Barsoom, Pt3WT=Yellow Men of Mars)(First book working title = The Frozen Men of Mars, Second working title = Swordsman of Mars)
Amazing  4(1941)- Amazing Quarterly 4(1941 & 1942) - ERB Inc. (1948 - hieroglyph on jacket & spine) - Ballantine - Doubleday (SF Club with John Carter of Mars)

Savage Pellucidar "To my first grandson James Michael Pierce" (Part 1 ...Parts 2 & 3 concluded later in the year... Part 4 in 1944) (Pt1WT=Hodon and O-AA, Pt2WT=Men of the Bronze Age, Pt3WT=Tiger Girl, Pt4WT=Savage Pellucidar -- Pt1MT=The Return to Pellucidar)
Amazing 3(1942) Amazing Quarterly 3(1942) - Amazing 1(1963) - Canaveral (1963) - Ace - Tandem 
Beyond the Farthest Star
Blue Book 1(1941) - Canaveral (1964), (Tales of Three Planets with Resurrection of Jimber-Jaw, Wizard of Venus) 
The Quest of Tarzan (published in Tarzan and the Castaways) (WT=Tarzan and the Castaways -- MT=The Quest of Tarzan)
Argosy 3(1941) - Canaveral (1965) - Ballantine 
Tangor Returns (published in the book Tales of Three Planets)
Canaveral (1964) 
"Mysogynists Preferred" (unpublished) 
1941 
Wizard of Venus
(published in Tales of Three Planets)
Canaveral  (1964) - Ace (includes Pirate Blood) 
"Unfinished Venus Story" (unfinished - 2 1/2 pages interrupted by Pearl Harbor) Missing 
I am a Barbarian (WT1=So I'm a Barbarian!, WT2=I Am a Barbarian) "To my son Numerius Tiber Britannicus"
E.R. Burroughs, Inc. (1967 - hieroglyph on jacket & spine) - Ace 
John Carter and the Giant of Mars - (published in John Carter of Mars with Skeleton Men of Jupiter)
Amazing 1(1941) - Amazing Quarterly 1(1941) - Amazing 1(1961) - Canaveral (1964) - Ballantine -  Greystoke Press (of Sunday pages, 1941-42)

Skeleton Men of Jupiter (published in John Carter of Mars with John Carter and the Giant of Mars)
Amazing 1(1943) - Amazing Quarterly 1(1943) - Amazing 1(1964) - Canaveral (1964) - Ballantine 
"
Meet the Authors: Edgar Rice Burroughs"
Amazing Stories - June 
"Laugh It Off" Columns
Honolulu Star Bulletin - 1941-1945 
1942 
"Somewhere on Oahu" -
News Bulletin
N.Y. World - December 1, 1942 
"Oahu: Singapore or Wake" - WWII Article
Honolulu Advertiser - May 19 
"Don't Let 'em Kid You, Joe" - News Bulletin
Honolulu Advertiser - July 13, 1942
1943 
More Fun! More People Killed!
(unpublished) 
1944 
Tarzan and the Foreign Legion (WT=Tarzan and the "Foreign Legion")
"To Brigadier General Truman H. Landon"
ERB Inc. (1947 - hieroglyph on jacket & spine) - Ballantine 
"Our Japanese Problem"
WWII Article - June 30

Uncle Bill (unpublished) 

1945


"Tanker Like Accident About to Happen" - News Bulletin
Honolulu Advertiser - July 5, 1945

"Tarzan Creator Thrilled to Ride in Bomber" - News Bulletin
Honolulu Bulletin - February 17, 1945

"Laughs at Sea" - News Bulletin
Honolulu Advertiser

1946 
Unfinished Tarzan Novel (revised and finished by Joe R. Lansdale and published by Dark Horse in 1995)

 Tarzan: The Lost Adventure
Dark Horse Comics 4(1995) Dark Horse Books (1995) -  Del Rey



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References

Day, Bradford M.  Edgar Rice Burroughs: A Bibliography, 1962, PB, 45pp,
        Science Fiction and Fantasy Publications, Ill: Gil Kane cover 
Fenton, Robert W. The Big Swingers - A Biography. Englewood Cliffs,

        N.J., Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1967. 
Heins, Henry H. A Golden Anniversary Bibliography of Edgar Rice Burroughs.

        Rhode Island: Donald M. Grant, 418pp, 1964. 
Huckenpohler, J. G. The ERB Collector's Pocket Checklist, Washington, D.C.:

        Huckenpohler, 1997.
Lupoff, Richard A. ERB: Master of Adventure. NY: Ace. 1965. 
Porges, Irwin. Edgar Rice Burroughs: The Man Who Created Tarzan.

        Provo, UT: Brigham Young University Press, 820pp, 1975. 
Roy, John Flint. A Guide to Barsoom. NY: Ballantine. 1976. 
Zeuschner, Robert B. Edgar Rice Burroughs: The Exhaustive Scholarís

    and Collectorís Descriptive Bibliography of American Periodical,
    Hardcover, Paperback and Reprint Editions - with a foreward by
        Philip Jose Farmer. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 287pp, 1996

Miscellaneous Fanzines: ERBania, ERB-dom, etc.
Hillman Library, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada

 
 
 
 
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