The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Chicago Ledger, v. L, no. 31


Online Full Text: Digital Library @ Villanova University
Series: The Chicago Ledger — v. 50 no. 31
Contents: Little Odd Story of the Week--No. 32: Promethean Fire (Work)
Wooden Spoil (Work, chapters 1-3)
The Burning Rivet (Work)
Riders of the Purple Sage (Work, chapter 11)
The Crime Line (Work)
The Bandit in Black (Work, chapters 9-11; conclusion)
Grandma Sits in the Game (Work)
Author: Maxwell, G.
Date: August 5, 1922
Edition Description: Also includes "What is Your Problem? Conducted for the Ledger by Victoria Grey," "A Page for the Woman in the Home" ("An Idea For Sunday's Three Meals"), "Victoria Grey's Talks to Women," "Domestic Hints for the Housewife" ("Simple Soups for Summer"), "What Your Name Signifies" by Mildred Marshall ("Fanny"),"The Right Thing at the Right Time" ("Picnic Manners"), "Jokes and More Jokes," "For the Ledger Girls and Boys" ("His Lordship and the Lobster") and "Something to Make Thinkers Think" departments, plus want ads, brief filler items (including "The Landlord Lied" and "Builders of Our Nation."), cartoons and advertisements.
Length: 28 p.

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