The Haldeman-Julius Little Blue Books are arranged numerically by book number.
The Haldeman-Julius 'Little Blue Books' were published at the Girard Publishing Plant in Girard, Kansas from 1915-1975. Though
they were at first covered in paper of differing colors, by mid-1921 the books were produced with a plain blue exterior from
whence their name derives. They were printed in standardized lengths of 32, 64, 96, or 128 pages, in keeping with the limitations
of the presses used in the Girard plant.
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