The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Chicago Ledger, v. XLVI, no. 8


Online Full Text: Digital Library @ Villanova University
Series: The Chicago Ledger — v. 46 no. 8
Contents: Somewhere in Belgium (Work)
Belgium (Work)
Behind the Mask; or The Story of a Stolen Treaty (Work, chapters 1-6)
Enlisting the G. O. S. C. (Work)
On Black Hawk's Trail (Work, chapters 10-12)
The Island of Black Magic (Work, chapters 5-7)
Fifty Thousand Dollars Reward (Work, chapters 10-12; conclusion)
Date: February 23, 1918
Edition Description: Poor condition. Poem: "Ere I Met You." Editorial: "A Word From the Editor." Also includes "The Person With . . .," "The Strike That Won Out," "Then 'Ma' Took a Hand," "What Women Are Doing in the War," "Blue Eyes and Sweet Peas," "The Benevolent Incendiary," "When Patriotism Boiled Up," "Story With a Moral," "Their Much Better Ideas," as well as "Gentle Jabs," "Your Kitchen in Wartime," "For the Woman Who Sews or Embroiders" and "The Funny Side of the Big War" departments, plus want ads, brief filler items (including "Pat Won," "A Long Dry Spell," "A Clever Wife," "A Traveler Learns," "Leave It to Elizabeth," "A Woman's Answer," "What He Was Doing," "No Lawyer Needed," "His Only Weak Point," "Not on That Line," "An Optimist" and "An Unpleasant 'Category."), cartoons and advertisements.
Length: 32 p.

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