US general-fiction PULP MAGAZINE published by the Frank A. MUNSEY Co., ed Robert H. Davis. It evolved from The SCRAP BOOK and appeared monthly Oct 1908-Jan 1912, became The Cavalier Weekly, 6 Jan 1912-9 May 1914, then merged with All-Story Weekly to form All Story Cavalier Weekly (The ALL-STORY). Although comparatively short-lived, TC published two celebrated sf works: Garrett P. SERVISS's The Second Deluge (1911-12; 1912) and George Allan ENGLAND's Darkness and Dawn (1912-13 as 3 separate novels; fixup 1914; in 5 vols with editorial changes 1964-7). Among the numerous short stories were works by Edgar FRANKLIN, J.U. GIESY (with Junius B. Smith) and John D. Swain. Several stories from TC were reprinted in FAMOUS FANTASTIC MYSTERIES and FANTASTIC NOVELS.

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