The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Chicago Ledger, v. L, no. 19

Online Full Text: Digital Library @ Villanova University
Series: The Chicago Ledger — v. 50 no. 19
Contents: Little Odd Story of the Week--No. 20: The Subtle Grafter (Work)
South Sea Pebbles (Work, chapters 1-3)
All in the Way of Business: A Story Laid on Both Land and Sea (Work, chapters 6-9; conclusion)
The Head of Professor Penola (Work, chapter 3; conclusion)
The Law and the Man (Work)
A Double-headed Conspiracy (Work, chapter 9)
Date: May 13, 1922
Edition Description: Also includes "Is This Your Type?" (Passionate Lips"), "A Page for the Woman in the Home" ("An Idea For Sunday's Dinner"), "Victoria Grey's Talks to Women," "Domestic Hints for the Housewife" ("With Yesterday's Cereal"), "What Your Name Signifies" by Mildred Marshall ("Madeline"), "The Right Thing at the Right Time" ("Joking That Hurts"), "Hot Off the Jokesmith's Anvil" and "Something to Make Thinkers Think" departments, plus want ads, brief filler items (including "Mendelssohn's Faithful Wife" and "Getting Rid of Rats."), cartoons, puzzles and advertisements.
Length: 28 p.

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