Facsimile copy of Oriental Stories #7 – #9
The third of three massive hardcover facsimile volumes totaling more than 1200 pages with the complete contents from the original run of ORIENTAL STORIES. All the stories & illustrations. All the verse. Plus letters to the editor. Scanned right from the original pulp pages. No editing. No reset text. 
“The Sowers of the Thunder” is illustrated by Joseph Doolin
“Lord of Samarcand” is illustrated by Joseph Doolin

The First edition is limited to 50 numbered copies and includes a frontispiece by Neil Mechem.
Book design by Neil and Leigh Mechem

Contents

  • i •  The Complete Oriental Stories, Volume 3 (frontispiece) • interior artwork by Neil Mechem
  • iv • Introduction (The Complete Oriental Stories, Volume 3) • essay by Leigh Mechem and Neil Mechem
  • 4 • The Dragoman’s Jest • non-genre • [Hamed the Atar] • (1932) • novelette by Otis Adelbert Kline and E. Hoffmann Price
  • 4 •  The Dragoman’s Jest • (1932) • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 31 • The Dancer of Djogyakarta • (1932) • short story by Warren Hastings Miller
  • 31 •  The Dancer of Djogyakarta • (1932) • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 40 • The Mystic Rose • (1932) • poem by Frank Owen [as by Hung Long Tom]
  • 41 • Tsang, Accessory • [Tsang] • (1932) • novelette by James W. Bennett
  • 41 •  Tsang, Accessory • (1932) • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 66 • Honor of a Horse-Thief • (1932) • short story by S. B. H. Hurst
  • 67 •  Honor of a Horse-Thief • (1932) • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 80 • The Sowers of the Thunder • non-genre • (1932) • novelette by Robert E. Howard
  • 81 •  The Sowers of the Thunder • (1932) • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 106 • Broken Honor • (1932) • short story by H. E. W. Gay
  • 107 •  Broken Honor • (1932) • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 116 • The Dance of Yesha • (1932) • short story by Grace Keon
  • 119 • El Hamel, the Lost One • (1932) • short story by G. G. Pendarves
  • 119 •  El Hamel, the Lost One • (1932) • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 132 • The Snake Strikes • (1932) • short story by Lieutenant Edgar Gardiner
  • 137 • The Souk (Oriental Stories, Winter 1932) • (1932) • essay by uncredited
  • 137 •  Letter (Oriental Stories, Winter 1932) • (1932) • essay by Bruce Bryan
  • 137 •  Letter (Oriental Stories, Winter 1932) • (1932) • essay by Hugh B. Cave [as by Geoffrey Vace]
  • 137 •  The Souk • (1930) • interior artwork by Donald von Gelb
  • 138 •  Letter (Oriental Stories, Winter 1932) • (1932) • essay by Gordon Philip England
  • 148 • The Jungle Girl • (1932) • novelette by Warren Hastings Miller
  • 148 •  The Jungle Girl • (1932) • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 174 • On a Chinese Vase • (1932) • poem by Clark Ashton Smith
  • 175 • Java Madness • (1932) • short story by Joseph O. Kesselring
  • 175 •  Java Madness • (1932) • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 188 • Scented Gardens • (1932) • short story by Dorothy Quick
  • 189 •  Scented Gardens • (1932) • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 198 • On the Roofs of Tunis • (1932) • short story by Paul Ernst
  • 199 •  On the Roofs of Tunis • (1932) • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 210 • Lord of Samarcand • non-genre • (1932) • novelette by Robert E. Howard
  • 211 •  Lord of Samarcand • (1932) • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 234 • Red Moons • (1932) • novelette by Winifred Russell [as by Virginia Stait]
  • 235 •  Red Moons • (1932) • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 258 • The Djinnee of El Sheyb • (1932) • novelette by G. G. Pendarves
  • 259 •  The Djinnee of El Sheyb • (1932) • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 274 • The Dancer of Quena • (1932) • short story by Bruce Bryan and Dudley S. Corlett
  • 280 • The Tale of Annaya • (1932) • short story by uncredited
  • 281 • The Souk (Oriental Stories, Spring 1932) • (1932) • essay by uncredited
  • 282 •  Letter (Oriental Stories, Spring 1932) • (1932) • essay by Bruce Bryan
  • 286 • Devil Drums • (1932) • short story by E. W. Chamberlain [as by Lieutenant E. W. Chamberlain]
  • 292 • The Dragoman’s Confession • non-genre • [Hamed the Atar] • (1932) • novella by Otis Adelbert Kline
  • 293 •  The Dragoman’s Confession • (1932) • interior artwork by uncredited
  • 322 • Pirate Whelp • (1932) • novella by Warren Hastings Miller
  • 323 •  Pirate Whelp • (1932) • interior artwork by uncredited
  • 358 • The Twisted Three • (1932) • novelette by S. B. H. Hurst
  • 359 •  The Twisted Three • (1932) • interior artwork by uncredited
  • 386 • The Further Adventures of Ali Baba • (1932) • short story by Allan Govan
  • 387 •  The Further Adventures of Ali Baba • (1932) • interior artwork by uncredited
  • 395 • The Bend in the Road • (1932) • short story by James W. Bennett
  • 395 •  The Bend in the Road • (1932) • interior artwork by uncredited
  • 405 • The Black Adder • (1932) • short story by Dorothy Quick
  • 405 •  The Black Adder • (1932) • interior artwork by uncredited
  • 412 • The Hidden Monster • (1932) • short story by David H. Keller, M.D. [as by David H. Keller]
  • 417 • A Battle Over the Tea-Cups • (1932) • short story by August Derleth [as by August W. Derleth]
  • 420 • Jungle Twilight • (1932) • poem by Clark Ashton Smith
  • 421 • Cobra Teeth • (1932) • short story by M. Small
  • 425 • The Souk (Oriental Stories, Summer 1932) • (1932) • essay by uncredited
  • 426 •  Letter (Oriental Stories, Summer 1932) • (1932) • essay by Bruce Bryan
  • 428 •  Letter (Oriental Stories, Summer 1932) • [Letters to Oriental Stories / Magic Carpet Magazine] • (1932) • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of To “Oriental Stories”, ca. Spring 1932 (“Brundage did a fine job in the cover illustration…”) 2007)
  • 428 •  Letter (Oriental Stories, Summer 1932) • (1932) • essay by E. Hoffmann Price [as by E. H. Price]
Year : November 207
Book No. : None
Edition : 1st
Format : Hardcover with dust jacket
Pages : 432 + v
Cover : Neil Mechem
Illustrations : Se above

Notes

Page numbers continuous through the three issues, but covers not numbered.
Limited edition of 50 numbered books; yellow cloth binding with black lettering on spine.
“First Edition” on copyright page.
Published by Neil & Leigh Mechem, Mississauga, Ontario, Cananda.
Sold only as set of 3 volumes covering complete run of the magazine.
No ISBN.
Artist credited on copyright page.
The Souk is a combination of editorial and letters to the editor.

Howard Works ISFDB

 

 

Facsimile copy of Oriental Stories #7 – #9
The third of three massive hardcover facsimile volumes totaling more than 1200 pages with the complete contents from the original run of ORIENTAL STORIES. All the stories & illustrations. All the verse. Plus letters to the editor. Scanned right from the original pulp pages. No editing. No reset text. 
“The Sowers of the Thunder” is illustrated by Joseph Doolin
“Lord of Samarcand” is illustrated by Joseph Doolin

Tags: Clark Ashton Smith / E. Hoffmann Price / Hugh B. Cave / Neil Mechem / Otis Adelbert Kline / Robert E. Howard