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by Victor Appleton
Author: Victor Appleton
Publisher: BiblioLife (August 18, 2008)
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An electric locomotive that can make two miles a minute over aproperly ballasted roadbed might not be an. .Tom Swift's face glowed.
An electric locomotive that can make two miles a minute over aproperly ballasted roadbed might not be an impossibility," said M. arton Swift ruminatively. It is one of those things that are coming,"and he flashed his son, Tom Swift, a knowing smile. He realized that this offer was not onlygenerous, but that it made it worth his while dropping everything elsehe had in hand and devoting his entire time and thought for even sixmonths to the proposition of developing the electric locomotive. He looked at his father and nodded. Mr. Swift said, calmly
Instantly Tom Swift struck the man's arm up higher and from under hisown coat appeared something that bulked like a pistol in his righthand.
Instantly Tom Swift struck the man's arm up higher and from under hisown coat appeared something that bulked like a pistol in his righthand. He had intimated to Mary Nestor that he carried something withwhich to defend himself from highwaymen if he chose to. This invention,his ammonia gun, now came into play.
The Jandel locomotive is undoubtedly the last word so faras the construction of an electric locomotive is concerned. But itfalls down in speed and power
The Jandel locomotive is undoubtedly the last word so faras the construction of an electric locomotive is concerned. But itfalls down in speed and power. I thought so myself when I saw thatlocomotive and looked over the results of its work. That is why trolley carcompanies, no matter how many passengers their cars carry, are so oftenon the verge of financial disaster. The margin of profit is too narrow. But if you can get a locomotive built that will drag a hundred cars!Ah! how does that sound?" demanded Tom. "See the difference?" "Bless my volts and amperes!" exclaimed Mr. Damon.
Produced by Tom Szolyga Tom Swift and His Airship by Victor Appleton Contents I An Explosion II Ned Sees . Without further notice of Andy Foger, Tom Swift turned aside, andfollowed the aeronaut into the enclosed yard
Without further notice of Andy Foger, Tom Swift turned aside, andfollowed the aeronaut into the enclosed yard. Other author's books: Tom Swift and His Motor-Cycle; Or, Fun and Adventures on the Road. Tom Swift and His Airship. Tom Swift and His Submarine Boat; Or, Under the Ocean for Sunken Treasure.
1929's Tom Swift and His House on Wheels pre-dated the first house trailer by a year. In 1954, Harriet Adams created the Tom Swift, Jr. series, which was published using the pseudonym "Victor Appleton II" as author
1929's Tom Swift and His House on Wheels pre-dated the first house trailer by a year. Tom Swift and His Diving Seacopter (1952) features a flying submarine similar to one planned by the United States Department of Defense four years later in 1956,. Other inventions of Tom's have not happened, such as the device for silencing airplane engines Authorship. series, which was published using the pseudonym "Victor Appleton II" as author. The main character Tom Swift, Junior, was described as the son of the original Tom Swift.
Tom Swift And His Elec. Victor Appleton was a house pseudonym used by the Stratemeyer Syndicate and its successors, most famous for being associated with the Tom Swift series of books. The character of Tom Swift was conceived in 1910 by Edward Stratemeyer, founder of the Stratemeyer Syndicate, a book-packaging company.
All books in the various Tom Swift book series
All books in the various Tom Swift book series. Counterparts to the Tom Swift character and series are later Stratemeyer creations, The Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew, the former of which Swift crossed over with in the fourth series.
Tom Swift and His Electric Runabout; Or, The Speediest Car on the Road. American boys' fiction under pseudonym used by the Stratemeyer Syndicate who produced Tom Swift series, Nancy Drew mysteries, the Hardy Boys, Dave Fearless and many others. The Stratemeyer Syndicate was the producer of a number of mystery series for children, including Nancy Drew, the Hardy Boys, the various Tom Swift series, the Bobbsey Twins, the Rover Boys, and others.
The young inventor jumped into his electric runabout which stood outside the institution, and was about to start off when he saw a newsboy . Our hero was first introduced to the public in the book, "Tom Swift and His Motorcycle.
The young inventor jumped into his electric runabout which stood outside the institution, and was about to start off when he saw a newsboy selling papers which had just come in from New York, on the morning train. Here, Jack, give me a TIMES," called Tom to the lad, and he tossed the newsboy a nickel. Then, after glancing at the front page, and noting the headings, Tom started off his speedy car, in which, on one occasion, he had made a great run, against time. In that volume it was related how Tom bought a motor-cycle from a Mr. Wakefield Damon, of Waterford.
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