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Volume 7470

ERB IN COLOUR
BY CHRIS L. ADAMS
Chris has spent countless hours restoring these battered old photos
and then meticulously adding colour to them
-- to give each one of the many decades old photos a new life.
You can explore many of the old b/w originals all across our ERBzine site.
Click most images to full size

EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS

Destiny Changer Pilot Edgar Rice Burroughs and his Aircraft


ERB and Artist Son John Coleman Burroughs


ERB: THE WAR YEARS
The Oldest WWII Correspondent in the Pacific Theatre


U.S. lapel pins ~ a silver War Correspondent badge,
and a large U.S. Army Hat Eagle.


ERB's War Correspondent badge and U. S. lapel pins ~ Close-ups


ERB interviewing Brigadier General Truman H. Landon
commander of 7th Air Force Bombers, Gilbert Islands.
(ERB later dedicated his novel, Tarzan and "The Foreign Legion" to him.)
 


The original b/w photos for the following five colourizations
are featured in the ERBzine ERB War Years Series on page:
www.erbzine.com/mag41/4196.html


Captain Byron W. Albright, Regiment Motor Officer explains special blitz maintenance peep
to Mr. Edgar Rice Burroughs (with "C") War Correspondent in the Pacific Area
and famous author of Tarzan.
Mr. Burroughs was a member of the 7th Cavalry before the last World War.


 Mr. Edgar Rice Burroughs gets signature of Major General Rush B. Lincoln in his autograph book.
    Mr. Burroughs has autographs of everyone he meets in his book, private to general.
     22o S, 166o E. Noumea, New Caledonia, First Island Command Headquarters ~ 12/11/42
 


Edgar Rice Burroughs, War Correspondent in the 22o S, 166o E. Laboratory of 12nd Signal Photos,
viewing shots of New Caledonia. Noumea, New Caledonia. 9 Dec 1942.
 


    Mr. Edgar Rice Burroughs, author of Tarzan, watches horse-shoer.
    Mr. Burroughs, acting as a War Correspondent,
found modern cavalry different from that of the 7th Cavalry
which he belonged to before the World War I in that it used many mechanized vehicles. 12/12/42
    22o S, 166o E., 112th Cavalry, Dumbea, New Caledonia
 


 
 



Edgar Rice Burroughs with grandsons Mike, Johnny and baby Danton
 


THE BURROUGHS FILMS

Display Card in Colour and B/W for Tarzan the Ape Man

Elmo Lincoln - The First Film Tarzan

1.  Natalie Kingston: Filmdom's Fifth Jane [Tarzan the Tiger (1929)]
also as Mary in Tarzan the Mighty (1928)
2. J. Allen St. John Interior Art from The Land That Time Forgot
'

Maureen O'Sullivan as Jane with Jungle Friends



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Learn more about this very talented ERB fan
and enjoy some of his photography and paintings
next week at ERBzine 7071


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