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The Naval Treaty (comic strip 1930-1931)

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The Boston Globe (4 december 1930, p. 31)

The Naval Treaty is a comic strip drawn by the American illustrator Leo O'Mealia published in various American newspapers in 1930-1931.

The comic strip was serialized in 39 parts (numbered F-1 to F-39) with 4 illustrations each (only 3 for the last one). Total: 155 illustrations (plus an illustration for the next story).

This is an adaptation of the Arthur Conan Doyle's short story: The Adventure of the Naval Treaty (1893).



Editions


Episodes

  1. An Appeal to Holmes
  2. The Cheery Mr Harrison
  3. A Summons From the Foreign Minister
  4. An Important Mission
  5. Of International Importance
  6. A Surprise
  7. The Case of the Delay
  8. Deep Concern
  9. A Vanished Thief
  10. Holmes Makes a Note
  11. The Woman in a Shawl
  12. Suspicious
  13. Not a Footmark
  14. Why Did the Bell Ring?
  15. Trailing the Woman
  16. The Search
  17. Dishonored!
  18. Brain Fever
  19. "Did You Tell?"
  20. Seven Clews
  21. Miss Harrison
  22. Lord Holdhurst
  23. Taming Mr Forbes
  24. A Curious Interview
  25. Odd Doings at Working
  26. The Man at the Window
  27. A Strange Request
  28. The Robber's Trail
  29. A Mysterious Assignment
  30. A Surprise
  31. Dr Watson's Bad Day
  32. What Did Phelps See?
  33. The Stolen Treaty Found
  34. Holmes' Night Watch
  35. Long Vigil Rewarded
  36. Joseph's Strange Quest
  37. A Fight in the Dark
  38. From Clew to Clew
  39. A Desperate Man


Comic strips

The Boston Globe (5 december 1930, p. 44)
The Boston Globe (6 december 1930, p. 20)
The Boston Globe (8 december 1930, p. 20)
The Boston Globe (9 december 1930, p. 30)
The Boston Globe (10 december 1930, p. 30)
The Boston Globe (11 december 1930, p. 32)
The Boston Globe (12 december 1930, p. 44)
The Boston Globe (13 december 1930, p. 18)
The Boston Globe (15 december 1930, p. 20)
The Boston Globe (16 december 1930, p. 27)
The Boston Globe (17 december 1930, p. 26)
The Boston Globe (18 december 1930, p. 32)
The Boston Globe (19 december 1930, p. 41)
The Boston Globe (20 december 1930, p. 18)
The Boston Globe (22 december 1930, p. 18)
The Boston Globe (23 december 1930, p. 28)
The Boston Globe (24 december 1930, p. 20)
The Boston Globe (25 december 1930, p. 40)
The Boston Globe (26 december 1930, p. 18)
The Boston Globe (27 december 1930, p. 14)
The Boston Globe (29 december 1930, p. 16)
The Boston Globe (30 december 1930, p. 20)
The Boston Globe (31 december 1930, p. 16)
The Boston Globe (1 january 1931, p. 36)
The Boston Globe (2 january 1931, p. 18)
The Boston Globe (3 january 1931, p. 16)
The Boston Globe (5 january 1931, p. 18)
The Boston Globe (6 january 1931, p. 24)
The Boston Globe (7 january 1931, p. 26)
The Boston Globe (8 january 1931, p. 28)
The Boston Globe (9 january 1931, p. 38)
The Boston Globe (10 january 1931, p. 18)
The Boston Globe (12 january 1931, p. 18)
The Boston Globe (13 january 1931, p. 24)
The Boston Globe (14 january 1931, p. 26)
The Boston Globe (15 january 1931, p. 30)
The Boston Globe (16 january 1931, p. 40)
The Boston Globe (17 january 1931, p. 16)
The Boston Globe (19 january 1931, p. 16)





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