Art, Literature & Architecture

Hardy Boys mysteries
Hardy Boys mysteries
Although these books date back to 1927, they were revised
and updated starting in 1959, and many male Boomers
read and loved them. The girls read Nancy Drew.

Registered users can log in to post comments or submit items for the galleries.

Login Register

There are 2 comments for this item.

Posted by Duff at 3:15 pm (PDT) on Thu July 4, 2019   
I wasn't much of a reader until I discovered the Hardy Boys when I was around 11. I then started collecting the whole series and really devoured them. I still have a vague memory of some of the plots, like that of "The Mystery of the Chinese Junk".
Posted by MikeAAA at 10:28 am (PDT) on Thu July 4, 2019   
When I was a kid, (several decades ago) someone gave my mom a collection of Hardy Boys books and IIRC, they were meant to be a "loan" but I don't think the owner ever got them back---don't remember the details now. I loved to read (and still do) and am sure I read many of these, don't know which ones at this point and since I can't remember where my car keys are most of the time, I sure don't remember the plots to these books. But I enjoyed reading and liked the TV show in the 70's when I was an  adult and had kids of my own. Always a good story but again, the storyline escapes me now.

Registered users can log in to post comments or submit items for the galleries.

Login Register



Bookmark and Share

Most people find us by word of mouse. Please share our URL,
https://www.bbemuseum.com/museum/ with your friends!
This site is brought to you using 100% recycled electrons.

Total trivia questions served: 2,091,243