Source: Originally in "Strange Tales" #117, 1964. Scanned from "Marvel Collectors' Item Classics" #7, 1967.
Source: A small 1970s paperback. Sorry!
Source: Originally published 1/19/47. Scanned from 1980s Kitchen Sink series, #13.
Source (where it will enlarge further for easier reading): http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_yMxt9IGV4d8/S-qxOymYeaI/AAAAAAAABQ0/ZVdScXKMmYY/s16...
Source: "Adventure Comics" #390.
Source: "Batman" #193
Note: We posted a found Web image of this a while ago, but when we located our own copy, we had to get closer. The original was in FF Annual #3. Our scan is from a later FF Annual, in which it was reprinted.
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