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 following series have been published under the Victor Appleton name:Tom Swift, 1910–1941Motion Picture Chums, 1913–1916Moving Picture Boys, 1913–1922Movie Boys, 1926–1927Don Sturdy, 1925-1935Tom Swift, Jr., 1954–1971 (technically, "Victor Appleton II")Tom Swift (Third Series), 1981–1984Tom Swift (Fourth Series), 1991–1993Ghostwriters of these books included Howard Roger Garis, John W.

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  • 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 following series have been published under the Victor Appleton name:Tom Swift, 1910–1941Motion Picture Chums, 1913–1916Moving Picture Boys, 1913–1922Movie Boys, 1926–1927Don Sturdy, 1925-1935Tom Swift, Jr., 1954–1971 (technically, "Victor Appleton II")Tom Swift (Third Series), 1981–1984Tom Swift (Fourth Series), 1991–1993Ghostwriters of these books included Howard Roger Garis, John W. Duffield, W. Bert Foster, Debra Doyle with James D. Macdonald, F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre, Robert E. Vardeman, Thomas M. Mitchell, and James Duncan Lawrence. (en)
  • 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 following series have been published under the Victor Appleton name:Tom Swift, 1910–1941Motion Picture Chums, 1913–1916Moving Picture Boys, 1913–1922Movie Boys, 1926–1927Don Sturdy, 1925–1935Tom Swift, Jr., 1954–1971 (technically, "Victor Appleton II")Tom Swift (Third Series), 1981–1984Tom Swift (Fourth Series), 1991–1993Contract authors of these books writing under the name "Victor Appleton" included James Duncan Lawrence, Howard Roger Garis, John W. Duffield, W. Bert Foster, Debra Doyle with James D. Macdonald, F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre, Robert E. Vardeman, Thomas M. Mitchell. (en)
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  • 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 following series have been published under the Victor Appleton name:Tom Swift, 1910–1941Motion Picture Chums, 1913–1916Moving Picture Boys, 1913–1922Movie Boys, 1926–1927Don Sturdy, 1925–1935Tom Swift, Jr., 1954–1971 (technically, "Victor Appleton II")Tom Swift (Third Series), 1981–1984Tom Swift (Fourth Series), 1991–1993Contract authors of these books writing under the name "Victor Appleton" included James Duncan Lawrence, Howard Roger Garis, John W. (en)
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