Reprinted from the July 1935 issue of Doc Savage Magazine

F R O M     O U R     M E M B E R S

      I didn't care much about any magazine until I read one of your stories, "The Squeaking Goblin," and as soon as I finished it I wanted all of the rest of them.
      I think the Doc Savage Club is swell. I have just finished "The Man of Bronze," in book form. Please print more book-form novels.

HECTOR ANTON, California.
      I have been a member of your club for some time. Yesterday, a friend of mine showed me one of your portraits. I liked it so much that I can't do without one, so I am sending you the three coupons. I am eagerly awaiting my copy.
      Since joining your club I have tried to do better by myself and others. I always save my Doc Savage Magazines, so that when visitors come to our house they can read something good. I plan to make a complete library of all the copies I get. Several of my friends to whom I have lent magazines have told me they were going to join our club. I sure hope they do, because it is certainly a grand one. My cousin, Binnie Neil, is also writing to become a member. I know that he will be a grand one, because he is the best fellow in the world.

FRED KIESEL, Missouri.
      I want to say that your club is a fine thing. No other club that I know of has such a high ideal or such a fine model. I think Mr. Robeson hit upon a group of men that appeal to every ideal. I am trying to live up to the Code of Doc Savage and to some of the examples set by Doc.
      I think this Code is good for every one, and especially fine because it contains no reference to financial matters
      This is the first time I have read a Doc Savage story. I got it one afternoon and read all of it that day. I like a story that will make me laugh, and believe me I laughed plenty in the story "The Spook Legion."
      More power to both Doc Savage and The Shadow Magazines. Please send me a list of available back numbers.

      I have been reading the Doc Savage Magazine since it has been published and I sincerely believe that it is the best and most educational magazine I have ever read—and I have read plenty. I always look forward to the date when the Doc Savage Magazine comes out.
      Your club is the best I have ever come across, and I am proud to be a member of it.
      I have just finished reading "The Spook Legion," and I think it is one of the best published so far.

      I am a regular subscriber to the Doc Savage Magazine, and I have not been paying much attention to other Street & Smith publications. The other day I was down in a book store, and as I needed something to read, I was looking for an interesting and exciting book. I picked up a Shadow Magazine and glanced through it, and immediately knew it fulfilled my two expectations. I have just finished it, and I wish to congratulate you on a very exciting, interesting and thrilling magazine, equal to your marvelous Doc Savage Magazine.

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