Stratemeyer Syndicate

The Stratemeyer Syndicate was the producer of a number of mystery series for children, including Nancy Drew, the Hardy Boys, the various Tom Swift series, the Bobbsey Twins, the Rover Boys, and others.

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Leslie McFarlane - Biography - Stratemeyer Syndicate and The Hardy Boys
... he replied to a want ad placed by the Stratemeyer Syndicate, publisher of such titles as Nancy Drew, Tom Swift and the Bobbsey Twins ... McFarlane also wrote the first four volumes of The Dana Girls series for the Stratemeyer Syndicate under the pseudonym Carolyn Keene, which he used for the Nancy Drew series of books ...
The House On The Cliff
10" Hardy Boys books and is an excellent example of the writing style used by the Stratemeyer Syndicate's writers ... other "youth adventure series" books that the Stratemeyer Syndicate also published, including the Nancy Drew series (designed as a corollary to The Hardy Boys written from the ... that made the very recognizable as Stratemeyer product ...
The Hardy Boys - Creation of Characters - Ghostwriters
... In accordance with the customs of Stratemeyer Syndicate series production, ghostwriters for the Syndicate signed contracts that have sometimes been interpreted as requiring authors to ... The contracts stated that authors could not use their Stratemeyer Syndicate pseudonyms independently of the Syndicate ... In the early days of the Syndicate, ghostwriters were paid a fee of $125, "roughly equivalent to two months' wages for a typical newspaper reporter ...
Stratemeyer Syndicate - Foreign Publications
... Some syndicate series' were also reprinted in foreign countries ... The second Stratemeyer Syndicate series to be re-printed outside the United States appears to have been the first 2 books in the Don Sturdy series ...