The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - "Found Drowned;" or, Death Room No. 5

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(The Banner Weekly edition - source: NIU Libraries)
(Good News edition - source: NIU Libraries)

Combined Summary

Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University (The Banner Weekly edition)
Northern Illinois University (Good News edition)
Series: The Banner Weekly v. 9 no. 427 — page 6
Good News v. 11 no. 270 — pages 4307-4308
Alternate Title: "Found Drowned;" or, Death Room No. 5: The Story of a Detective
Subject / Tag: Sketch
Author: Modricker, A. H. (Albert H.) (The Banner Weekly edition)
Dates: January 17, 1891 (The Banner Weekly edition)
July 6, 1895 (Good News edition)
First Sentence: "Mr. Herron," said my old chief, "as you are doubtless aware, hardly a morning passes without the notice of 'Found Drowned' is in one of another of the daily papers, and notwithstanding the fact that the coroner stamps them all as 'suicides,' I begin to doubt his judgement..." (Good News edition)
Last Sentence: I was the first man who for over a year had passed a night in Death-Room No. 5 to awaken in this life, nor would I have done so had I not unwittingly opened my window. (Good News edition)

Known Editions

The Banner Weekly edition (page 6 in The Banner Weekly, v. IX, no. 427, January 17, 1891)
Good News edition (pages 4307-4308 in Good News, v. 11, no. 270, July 6, 1895)

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