|"The tragedies of the seas
become less dreadful with the introduction of the wireless aboard steamships
and it is to be hoped ultimately that the "ocean grave-yard" will
be a thing of the past. The volumes describe daring and exciting
John Henry Goldfrap wrote #3, and,
perhaps the rest.
THE OCEAN WIRELESS BOYS ON THE ATLANTIC -- "How a
Brooklyn boy became a wireless operator and shared in the work of rescue
on the sea makes a thrilling tale." -- 1914. Hurst.
THE OCEAN WIRELESS BOYS AND THE LOST LINER -- "This
book takes the young wireless operators into southern waters and through
grave perils." -- 1914. Hurst.
THE OCEAN WIRELESS BOYS OF THE ICE-BERG PATROL -- "The
sinking of the Titanic emphasized the usefulness of the wireless
in the iceberg zones described in this volume." -- 1915. Hurst.
THE OCEAN WIRELESS BOYS AND THE NAVAL CODE -- "Combine
warships and wireless, danger, intrigue, and daring and you have an
exciting tale of the sea." -- 1915. Hurst.
THE OCEAN WIRELESS BOYS ON THE PACIFIC -- "This is as
fascinating, thrilling and interesting as any of the preceding volumes.
Plenty of action for red-blooded boys." -- 1916. Hurst.
THE OCEAN WIRELESS BOYS ON WAR SWEPT SEAS -- 1917. Hurst.