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Arthur Olney Friel
(1887–1959)
Arthur O. Friel was an American author; a real life explorer and one of the most popular writers for the adventure pulps. Most of his longer works were republished in hardback.

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WorksEdit

In Adventure magazine

Pedro and Lourenço storiesEdit

  • The Snake (September 18, 1919)
  • The Sloth (October 18, 1919)
  • The Jaguar (January 3, 1920)
  • The Jabiru (January 18, 1920)
  • Clay John (February 3, 1920)
  • The Peccaries (March 3, 1920)
  • The Vampire (April 18, 1920)
  • The Mother of the Moon (June 18, 1920)
  • The Armadillo (August 18, 1920)
  • The Tapir (October 3, 1920)
  • The Firefly (November 3, 1920)
  • The Tucandeira (December 3, 1920)
  • The Tailed Men (February 18, 1921)
  • Wild Women (March 13, 1921)
  • The Trumpeter (May 3, 1921)
  • The Barrigudo (June 3, 1921)
  • The Ant Eater (July 18, 1921)
  • The Bouto (July 18, 1921)
  • The Jararaca (December 30, 1921) novella
  • Black Hawk (March 10, 1922) novella
  • Scarlet Face (June 1, 1929)

McKay, Ryan and KnowltonEdit

Other storiesEdit


 

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1924.


The author died in 1959, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 50 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.