The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - Annie Graham's First Love

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(New York Weekly edition - source: Stanford Libraries)
(New York Weekly edition - source: NIU Libraries)
(New York Weekly edition - source: Stanford Libraries)
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Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University (New York Weekly edition)
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Series: New York Weekly v. 22 no. 29 — chapters I-II, pages 1-2
New York Weekly v. 22 no. 30 — chapters III-IV, pages 1-2
New York Weekly v. 22 no. 31 — chapters V-VII, pages 1-2
New York Weekly v. 22 no. 32 — chapter VIII, pages 1-2
New York Weekly v. 22 no. 33 — chapters IX-X, pages 5-6
New York Weekly v. 22 no. 34 — chapters X-XII, page 3
New York Weekly v. 22 no. 35 — chapters X-XI, page 3
New York Weekly v. 22 no. 36 — chapters XII-XV, page 5
New York Weekly v. 22 no. 37 — chapters XV (continued)-XVI, pages 2-3
New York Weekly v. 22 no. 38 — chapter XVII (conclusion), page 7
Alternate Title: Annie Graham's First Love: A Sequel to Rose Mather
Is Sequel To: Rose Mather
Author: Holmes, Mary Jane, 1825-1907
Dates: June 6, 1867 (New York Weekly edition)
June 13, 1867 (New York Weekly edition)
June 20, 1867 (New York Weekly edition)
June 27, 1867 (New York Weekly edition)
July 4, 1867 (New York Weekly edition)
July 11, 1867 (New York Weekly edition)
July 18, 1867 (New York Weekly edition)
July 25, 1867 (New York Weekly edition)
August 1, 1867 (New York Weekly edition)
August 8, 1867 (New York Weekly edition)
Edition Description: New York Weekly edition (chapters I-II, pages 1-2 in New York Weekly, v. XXII, no. 29, June 6, 1867):
[Our readers, we are certain, will great with great pleasure Mrs. Holmes' new story, "Annie Graham's First Love." They were so deeply interested in "Rose Mather; or, What Women Can Do for the War," that they will be naturally anxious to know what became of the different characters. They will discover that it is a story complete in itself, with an entirely original plot, and many new characters, although it is a sequel to "Rose Mather; or, What Woman Can Do for the War."]
First Sentence: It was very lonely at the Mather mansion after the departure of the soldiers, and it required all Annie Graham's tact to keep Rose from sinking entirely under the sense of desolation which crept over her as she began more and more to realize what the war meant, and to tremble for the safety of her husband and her brothers. (New York Weekly edition)

Known Editions

New York Weekly edition (chapters I-II, pages 1-2 in New York Weekly, v. XXII, no. 29, June 6, 1867)
New York Weekly edition (chapters III-IV, pages 1-2 in New York Weekly, v. XXII, no. 30, June 13, 1867)
New York Weekly edition (chapters V-VII, pages 1-2 in New York Weekly, v. XXII, no. 31, June 20, 1867)
New York Weekly edition (chapter VIII, pages 1-2 in New York Weekly, v. XXII, no. 32, June 27, 1867)
New York Weekly edition (chapters IX-X, pages 5-6 in New York Weekly, v. XXII, no. 33, July 4, 1867)
New York Weekly edition (chapters X-XII, page 3 in New York Weekly, v. XXII, no. 34, July 11, 1867)
New York Weekly edition (chapters X-XI, page 3 in New York Weekly, v. XXII, no. 35, July 18, 1867)
New York Weekly edition (chapters XII-XV, page 5 in New York Weekly, v. XXII, no. 36, July 25, 1867)
New York Weekly edition (chapters XV (continued)-XVI, pages 2-3 in New York Weekly, v. XXII, no. 37, August 1, 1867)
New York Weekly edition (chapter XVII (conclusion), page 7 in New York Weekly, v. XXII, no. 38, August 8, 1867)

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