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=====Rogers Terrill=====
Rogers Terrill was an editor with [[PopularPublications Popular Publications]] from 1933 to the early 1940s.

>>**Rogers Terrill**
**Born:** Sept. 21, 1900
**Died:** March 1963>>Fictioneer [[GulickBill Bill Gulick]], in his book "Sixty-Four Years as a Writer," called him "one of the few great editors I have known" and said Terrill managed over 30 magazines for Popular.

Among the titles that Terrill supervised were:
~- //[[DimeMystery Dime Mystery Magazine]]//
~- //[[Operator5 Operator #5]]//
~- //[[DustyAyers Dusty Ayers and His Battle Birds]]//
~- //[[HorrorStories Horror Stories]]//
~- //[[ThrillingMystery Thrilling Mystery]]//
~- //[[SecretSix Secret Six]]//
~- //[[DrYenSin Dr. Yen Sin]]//
~- [[G8andHisBattleAces G-8 and His Battle Aces]]//
~- [[MysteriousWuFan The Mysterious Wu Fang]]//
~- [[OctopusThe The Octopus]]//
~- [[SpiderThe The Spider]]//

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