The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Banner Weekly, v. XV, no. 737, December 26, 1896


Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: The Banner Weekly — v. 15 no. 737
Contents: A Blossoming Heart (Work, page 1)
The Left-Hand Athlete; or, The Rival School Sports (Work, chapters I-IV, pages 1-2)
A Sad Pastoral, In Four Cantos and a Canter (Work, page 2)
The Gambler-Guardian's Desperate Play; or, The Shadow Scourger's Compact, A Thrilling Story of the Avenging Californian (Work, chapters XXXII-XXXVII, pages 2-3)
Kid-Glove Kris, the Sport; or, Detective Dave's Full Flush, A Romance of the Pledged Pards of Hard Pan Camp (Work, chapters XLI-XLII (conclusion), page 3)
A Phunny Punny Experience (Work, page 5)
My Funny Story (Work, page 5)
Saturday And No School (Work, page 5)
Jule, the Jewess; or, The Miser Millionaire, A Story of Ill-Omened Lives (Work, chapters XI-XIV, pages 5-6)
The Sea Recreant; or, Red Hand's Death-Leap, A Romance of Ocean Highwaymen and the Ocean Frigate-of-War Patrol (Work, chapters XLII-XLV, pages 6-7)
The Hatter to Harriet (Work, page 7)
You-Bet Bob's Jangle; or, Snap-Shot Sam's Surprise (Work, chapters XIII-XV, page 7)
A Cockney's Experience (Work, page 8)
Detective Work in the Wild West: The "Narrow Gouge" Mystery (Work, page 8)
The Painted Runner of Pacheco (Work, page 8)
Date: December 26, 1896
Edition Description: Also includes: Happy-Go-Lucky Papers (department), Letter-pad Papers (department), Bannerettes (department), Wine of the Wits (department), Correspondents’ Column (department), The World on Wheels (department); plus mission and editorial, publisher's advertisements, and short filler items (including “How the Pony Express Was Run” and “Who Was His Boss”).

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