Volume 1 - The Tower Treasure - Major Format Types
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B1932 Brown Brown Gretta
C1932   Orange Gretta
D1932   rev. Rogers 
F1941-43  Yellow  
G1944-50   Scott 
H1951-59 Tan   
I1959    Brown multi scene
J1959-61Revised WrapNappi 
K1962-71 PCBlue  
L1971-79    White multi scene
M1979-87    Cameo
N1987-Date Flashlight PC  Blank
O2016 New ArtBlackBrian Edward Miller 
Major Variants
1959 - off-center cut, dark brown multi scene ep's
1962 - "$1 Box" on cover
1973 - red page tops
1992 - Scholastic Books edition

All Editions For Sale

Revised Edition People & Places
    Regular Characters
  • Phil Cohen
  • Chief Collig
  • Jerry Gilroy
  • Fenton Hardy
  • Frank Hardy
  • Joe Hardy
  • Laura Hardy
  • Biff Hooper
  • Chet Morton
  • Iola Morton
  • Mr. Morton
  • Mrs. Morton
  • Tony Prito
  • Con Riley
  • Callie Shaw
  • Oscar Smuff
    Other Characters
  • Adelia Applegate, sister of Hurd and fellow occupant of Applegate Mansion
  • Hurd Applegate, occupant of Applegate Mansion
  • Major Applegate, builder of Applegate Mansion (mentioned only)
  • Henry J. Brown, a tourist from New York
  • Launcelot Gobbo (mentioned only)
  • Mike Halley, railroad flagman
  • Ike Harrity, Bayport ferryboat's ticket seller
  • John "Red" Jackley, an ex-con from New York
  • Hobo Johnny, a homeless man from Cherryville
  • Jake, the station agent
  • Kauffman, an expert wigmaker
  • Harold Morley, a Skakespearean actor
  • Henry Robinson, caretaker of Applegate Mansion
  • Mrs. Robinson, Henry's wife
  • Paula Robinson, Henry's daughter and Tessie's twin
  • Perry "Slim" Robinson, Henry's son and friend of the Hardys
  • Tessie Robinson, Henry's daughter and Paula's twin
  • Mr. Rocco, fruit store owner
  • Rosa Rocco (mentioned only)
  • Melvin Schuster, a former Bayport High student (mentioned only)
  • Mr. Schwartz, costume shop owner
  • Albany
  • Bayport
    • Bayport High
    • Bayport Police Station
    • Bayport railroad station
    • Elm Street
    • The Hardy home
    • Main Street
    • Market Street
    • The Morton farm
    • Pine Street
    • Renshaw Avenue
  • The Shaw home
  • Tower Mansion
  • Cherryville
  • Ducksworth
  • New York City
    • Crescent Theater
  • Thornton (mentioned only)
  • Willow Grove
  • Willowville (mentioned only)

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