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The Illustrated Tarzan Book No. 1 - Tarzan of the Apes
Date: 1967
Page count: 88 pages
Drawn by: Hal Foster

The Illustrated Tarzan Books No. 2 - The Return of Tarzan
Date: 1968
Page count: 68 pages
Drawn by: Rex Maxon

The Illustrated Tarzan Books No. 3 - The Beasts of Tarzan
Date: 1971
Page count: 44 pages
Drawn by: Rex Maxon

The Illustrated Tarzan Books No. 4 - The Son of Tarzan
Date: Never published

The Illustrated Tarzan Books No. 13 - Tarzan the Ape Man
Date: Undated
Page count:
Drawn by Rex Maxon

The Illustrated Tarzan Books No. 20 - Tarzan and the Mayan Goddess
Date: Never published

The Illustrated Tarzan books No. 23 - Tarzan Under Fire
Date: 1968
Page count: 92 pages
Drawn by: William Juhre

Tarzan Sunday Page Folio No. 1
Featured story: Tarzan and the River Pirates
Date: Undated
Page count: 30 pages (13.75" x 10.25")
Drawn by: Rex Maxon

Tarzan Sunday Page Folio No.2
Featured stories:
1. Tarzan and D'Arnot with the Foreign Legion
2. Tarzan and the Jungle Goddesses
3. The Return of Korak, the Killer
4. Tarzan at the Elephants Graveyard
Date: 1971
Page count: 64 pages (14.75" x 11")
Drawn by Hal Foster

Tarzan Sunday Page Folio No. 5
Featured stories: Tarzan and the Vikings & The Sinister Safari
Date: 1970
Page count:
60 pages (11" x 8.5")
56 pages (14" x 11")
Drawn by: Hal Foster

Tarzan Sunday Page Folio No. 6
Featured story: Tarzan and the Golden City
Date: 1973
Page count: 76 pages (11" x 8.5")
Drawn by Hal Foster and Burne Hogarth

Tarzan Sunday Page Folio No. 7
Featured story: Tarzan and the Pioneers of the Veldt
Date: 1974
Page count: 40 pages (11" x 8.5")
Drawn by: Burne Hogarth

Tarzan Sunday Page Folio No. 8
Proposed feature stories: Tarzan and the Forbidden Empire & The Perilous Paradise
Date: Never published
Drawn by Burne Hogarth

Burroughs Bibliophile No 5 (Erroneously listed as Burroughs Bulletin #5)
The Master Mind of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Date: 1971
Page count: 56 pages

Jocko Jungle Lord - Jock Mahoney
Date: Undated
Page count: 16 pages

The New Adventures of Tarzan
Date: Undated
Page count: 16 pages

The Burroughs Bibliophile presents:
Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Date: 1964
Page count: 124 pages

The Burroughs Bibliophile presents:
David Innes of Pellucidar illustrated by John Coleman Burroughs
Date: 1968
Page count: 60 pages

The Girl from Farris's by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Date: 1965
Page count: 80 pages

The Efficiency Expert by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Date: 1966
Page count: 88 pages

John Carter of Mars drawn by John Coleman Burroughs
Date: Undated (Sept. 1st 1970)
Page count: 78 pages
(A preliminary issue of this was issued at the 1970 Dum-Dum. The cover was printed with black ink on yellow paper and is missing the biography of J.C. Burroughs from the back).

J. Allen St. John: Art Folio
Date: Undated (1964)
Page count:

The Master of Adventure by John Harwood
Date:
Page count:

Vern Coriell - Burroughs Bibliophile
Date: Undated
Page count: 8 pages

The Battle of Hollywood by James H. Pierce
Date: 1978
Page count: 204 pages
Limited to 500 numbered and signed copies and 2000 un-numbered, unsigned copies.

Other stuff STILL (?) in the vaults of Oparů

The Wizard of Tarzana

Tarzan the Mighty Film Book

A Pictorial History of the Tarzan Films:
1. The Golden Silents
2. Tarzan Yells! (The Thrilling Thirties)
3. The Lesser Years - Aquacades and Africa
4. Tarzan the Globetrotter - Africa to Asia
5. Tarzan in the TV Jungle
6. Tarzan - The Reel Image and the Imitators
 
 
IN THE WORDS OF EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS...
" I find that a considerable part of my work in writing fiction has nothing whatsoever to do with fiction. It is based upon the belief that highly imaginative fiction, such as I write, demands the retention of a youthful and elastic mind, to achieve which one of my principal aims in life is to keep my body physically fit and my mind responsive to a diversity of simple stimuli. "



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