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Volume 3922
MEDIA GALLERY:
EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS
REMEMBERED THROUGH THE YEARS

Edgar Rice Burroughs in a Hollywood promo portrait.
Master of Fantasy Adventure and Grandfather of American Science Fiction

The first appearance of Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan
in The All-Story Pulp Magazine - October 1912.
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A vintage aerial photo of the estate in Tarzana which once belonged to Edgar Rice Burroughs, creator of Tarzan, namesake for Tarzana.
Photo Copyright ERB, Inc.


ERB and family at their San Fernando Valley home
Photo Copyright ERB, Inc.


ERB on one of his thoroughbred horses at Tarzana
Photo Copyright ERB, Inc.


Edgar Rice Burroughs, noted author of the Tarzan series and Martian adventures,
is pictured with the plane he purchased at Santa Monica, Calif. This photo is dated Feb. 3, 1934.
(AP Photo)


Edgar Rice Burroughs in his Tarzana Office ~ 1934
Photo Copyright ERB, Inc.


               Danton Burroughs, grandson of Tarzan creator Edgar Rice Burroughs, was a special guest at Disneyland Wednesday, June 23, 1999,
when Tarzan's Treehouse, inspired by the newest Walt Disney Pictures hit "Tarzan," opened at the Southern California resort.
Among the first Disneyland guests to visit Tarzan's Treehouse were a group of refugee children from Kosovo, including Ilir Jahiu, 9, foreground, in hat.
(AP Photo/Disneyland,Glen Miller)


An actor portraying Tarzan welcomes the first guests to Tarzan's Treehouse upon its opening Wednesday, June 23, 1999, at Disneyland in Aneheim, Calif.
Joining him for the opening was an audience of Kosovar children, dressed in green shirts, which recently arrived in Southern California,
as well as Cynthia Harriss, second from left, executive vice president of The Disneyland Resort, and
Danton Burroughs, far right, grandson of Tarzan creator Edgar Rice Burroughs.
(AP Photo/Disneyland,Glen Miller)


Painting: Tarzan battles shark


Edgar Rice Burroughs, creator of Tarzan, namesake for Tarzana.
Photo Copyright ERB, Inc.


American novelist Edgar Rice Burroughs, pictured in Sydney on January 4, 1943,
while working as a war correspodent for United Press.
Photo: Fairfax Archives


A photo of Edgar Rice Burroughs hangs on what used to be his office in Tarzana.
Photo by David Crane/Staff Photographer


Tarzan sketches by Burian in the original offices of Edgar Rice Burroughs, creator of Tarzan.
Photo by David Crane/Staff Photographer

 
Tarzan by Burne Hogarth
Tarzan is a Registered Trademark of ERB, Inc.


Tarzan yell by Joe Jusko's Tarzan
Tarzan is a Registered Trademark of ERB, Inc.


James Sollos, president of Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc., is near the spot where Burroughs' ashes are buried.
(David Crane/Staff Photographer)


In a very jungle-like setting which were the original offices of Edgar Rice Burroughs, creator of Tarzan,
James Sullos, President of Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc., holds a sketch of Burroughs in the spot where his ashes are buried.
(David Crane/Staff Photographer)


Tarzan books continue to be published, including a book out soon about Tarzan from Jane's perspective.
Photo by David Crane/Staff Photographer



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