Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact is published every two weeks during
the school year by
GEO. A. PFLAUM, Publisher, Inc., 38 West Fifth Street, Dayton, Ohio
$2.00 Yearly. Outside U.S.A. $2.40
James J. Langdon, editor; Victor Keuping, art director.
copyright 1966, Geo. A Pflaum, Publisher, Inc. Printed in U.S.A.
The comic, though it has a cover with Jules Verne on it, is not only
about Jules Verne. This series of comics, appears to be aimed at school
children, and so is crammed full of comics, and articles.
inside front cover, Hernando Cortes - connect the dots - 1
Voyager to Tomorrow: The Life of Jules Verne - by Rita. G.
Brady - comic - 7 pages
Ali - 6 panel - comic - 1 page
The Return of Ellie's Elephant, chapter 6, by Frank Borth
- comic - 6 pages
Sports Chatter with Hank Annen - article - 1 page
Exclusively for Girls, 1967 by Bobbie Klosterman - article
- 1 page
Randy by Frank Hill
Maxie by Virginia Heron - an article - 2 pages
She Gave Light, the Story of Maria Montessori, Part 2 by
Norah Smaridge, Illustrated by Lloyd Ostendorf - comic - 6 pages
Pierre - 5 panel - comic - 1 page
Chuck White - with Story and Art Teamwork by Matt Christopher+Fran
Matera - comic - 6 pages
Pup - 3 panel - comic - 1 page
Lotsa Laughs - a "comic and joke page" - 1 page
inside back cover - Pages of History and "fun facts" - 1
The back cover which looks like one of those 60's ads for model cars
or something, is actually another "comic" called Wilbur What's-In