Appleton, Victor

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Victor Appleton

Victor Appleton is a collective pseudonym used by the Stratmeyer Group. Grosset and Dunlap is now owned by the Penguin Putnam Group. The copyrights were sold to Simon & Schuster.

Tom Swift Sr. Books

The first 25 are already in PG under rule 1.

  • Tom Swift and His Flying Boat 1923 R72537
  • Tom Swift and His Great Oil Gushers 1924 R93243
  • Tom Swift and His Chest of Secrets 1925 R106944
  • Tom Swift and His Airline Express 1926 R117761
  • Tom Swift Circling the Globe 1927 R146612
  • Tom Swift and His Talking Pictures 1928 R164329
  • Tom Swift and His House on Wheels 1929 R173599
  • Tom Swift and His Big Dirigible 1930 R197867
  • Tom Swift and His Sky Train 1931 R226934
  • Tom Swift and His Giant Magnet 1932 R249185
  • Tom Swift and His Television Detector 1933 R254605
  • Tom Swift and His Ocean Airport 1934 R282403
  • Tom Swift and His Planet Stone 1935 R290330
  • Tom Swift and His Giant Telescope 1939 Copy acquired. At PG.
  • Tom Swift and His Magnetic Silencer 1941 R426400

Tom Swift Jr. Books

  • Tom Swift and His Flying Lab 1954 RE-144-127
  • Tom Swift and His Jetmarine 1954 RE-144-126
  • Tom Swift and His Rocket Ship 1954 RE-144-166
  • Tom Swift and His Giant Robot 1954 RE-144-122
  • Tom Swift and His Atomic Earth Blaster 1954 RE-144-119
  • Tom Swift and His Outpost in Space 1955 RE-179-950
  • Tom Swift and His Diving Seacopter 1956 RE-217-255
  • Tom Swift in The Caves of Nuclear Fire 1956 RE-217-259
  • Tom Swift on The Phantom Satellite 1956 RE-217-267
  • Tom Swift and His Ultrasonic Cycloplane 1957 RE-251-922
  • Tom Swift and The Deep-Sea Hydrodome 1958 RE-303-574
  • Tom Swift and His Race to the Moon 1958 RE-303-580
  • Tom Swift and His Space Solartron 1958 RE-345-380
  • Tom Swift and His Electronic Retroscope 1959 RE-345-394
  • Tom Swift and His Spectromarine Selector 1960 RE-383-405
  • Tom Swift and The Cosmic Astronauts 1960 RE-383-459
  • Tom Swift and The Visitor from Planet X 1961 At PG.
  • Tom Swift and The Electronic Hydrolung 1961 At PG.
  • Tom Swift and His Triphibian Atomicar 1962 RE-504-487
  • Tom Swift and His Megascope Space Prober 1962 RE-504-507
  • Tom Swift and The Asteroid Pirates 1963 RE-549-852
  • Tom Swift and His Repelatron Skyway 1963 RE-549-785