The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - Aunt Annie's Christmas Eve

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(New York Weekly edition - source: Stanford Libraries)
(The People's Home Journal (Lupton) edition - source: Digital Library @ Villanova University)

Combined Summary

Online Full Text: Digital Library @ Villanova University (The People's Home Journal (Lupton) edition)
Stanford Digital Repository (New York Weekly edition)
Series: New York Weekly v. 23 no. 8 — page 4
The People's Home Journal (Lupton) v. 11 no. 1 — page 12
Subject / Tag: Sketch
Author: Augusta, Clara (pseudonym used by Trask, Clara Augusta Jones, 1839-1905)
Dates: January 9, 1868 (New York Weekly edition)
January, 1896 (The People's Home Journal (Lupton) edition)
First Sentence: It was Christmas Eve-bright, frosty and starry, as it seems fitting Christmas Eve should be. (The People's Home Journal (Lupton) edition)
Last Sentence: "And what became of Bill?" I asked. "He was tried and sent to prison, but he died before his term was served out." (The People's Home Journal (Lupton) edition)

Known Editions

New York Weekly edition (page 4 in New York Weekly, v. XXIII, no. 8, January 9, 1868)
The People's Home Journal (Lupton) edition (page 12 in The People's Home Journal, V. XI, no. 1, January 1896)

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