The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Chicago Ledger, v. XLVI, no. 21

Online Full Text: Digital Library @ Villanova University
Series: The Chicago Ledger — v. 46 no. 21
Contents: The Irony of Fate (Work)
The Blood of Montezuma (Work, chapters 1-4)
The "Plain" Cure for Bill Grover (Work)
To a Wrecked Zepplin (Work)
A Brother To Adventure (Work)
The Slaughter of the Innocents (Work)
By Whose Hand? (Work, part 2 of 2[?])
Imogene, the Implusive (Work)
The Avenger on Helgoland (Work, part 3 of 4)
Jim's Girl Makes a Sacrifice (Work)
A Baffling Blow (Work)
How I Brought Down My First Hun (Article (Primary))
Her Birthday Surpise (Work)
Date: May 25, 1918
Edition Description: Editorial: "The Editor Has His Say Here." Poem: "A Winter Song." Also includes "What Women Are Doing in the War," "Gentle Jabs," "Your Kitchen in War Time" and "Using the Flag on Your Linen" departments, plus want ads, brief filler items (including "Why Mr. Lott Didn't Enlist," "The Angry Pacifist," "Made in Germany," "Why They Were 'Canned,'" "Near Failures," "Dull Company" and "Last One Out."), cartoons and advertisements.
Length: 32 p.

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