The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Banner Weekly, v. XIII, no. 633, December 29, 1894


Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: The Banner Weekly — v. 13 no. 633
Contents: Gone Astray (Work, page 1)
The Man From Denver; or, The King-Pin Sport's Diamond (Work, chapters I-III, pages 1-2)
Close The Door Softly (Work, page 2)
Buffalo Bill's Life Raffle; or, The Doomed Three, A Romance of the Wild Monarch of the Haunted Fort (Work, chapters XXXIV-XXXVIII, pages 2-3)
That Plucky Leetle Gal (Work, page 3)
The Dude and the Red-Man; or, Having Fun with Buffalo Bill's Indians (Work, page 4)
Don't Leave The Old Home (Work, page 5)
On The Subject of Suicide (Work, page 5)
The Good Old Times (Work, page 5)
The Scheming Colonel; or, The Lost Heir of Ellesford Grange, A Romance of the Mystery of the Secret Chamber (Work, chapters X-XII, pages 5-6)
What Will You Do? (Work, page 6)
Boy Cripple Detectives; or, The Millionaire Mill-Owner's Freeze Out, The Romance of the Great Patent Fraud (Work, chapters XII-XIII, page 6)
The Captain's Enemy; or, Dick Darke, The Renegade, A Story of the Old East and Wild West (Work, chapters XXXV-XXXVII, pages 6-7)
Thistle-Down (Work, page 7)
The Sporting Detective; or, Jockey Jap's Double-Cross, A Race-Track Revelation (Work, chapters XXXI-XXXII (conclusion), page 7)
A Rich Man's Soliloquy On Death (Work, page 8)
A Fortunate Shot (Work, page 8)
Detective Stories of To-Day (Work, page 8)
Date: December 29, 1894
Edition Description: Also includes: Happy-Go-Lucky Papers (department), Letter-pad Papers (department), Bannerettes (department), Wine of the Wits (department), Correspondents’ Column (department), Telephone Echoes (department); plus mission and editorial, publisher's advertisements, and short filler items (including “The Best Lassoers”, “The Stage-Driver’s Whip-Lash”, and “An East Indian Jungle Fight”).
Length: 8 pages

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