The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Banner Weekly, v. IX, no. 442, May 2, 1891

Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: The Banner Weekly — v. 9 no. 442
Contents: Yours Truly (Work, page 1)
What Was Her Crime? or, The Guilt of the Guiltless. The Romance of the Mill Girl's Mystery (Work, chapters VII-IX, pages 1-2)
Uncle Bob's Pipe (Work, page 2)
Cast Up (Work, page 2)
The Conspirator Detective; or, Prince Monte Cristo in New York. The Story of the "Magnificent Mystery" and the Romance of the Fight for the Clayburn Millions (Work, chapters XVIII-XX, pages 2-3)
The Sable Philosopher: "Hark" on the Sunday Question (Work, page 3)
The Man in the Moon (Work, page 3)
A Literary Solution (Work, page 3)
Vain Things, Farewell! (Work, page 3)
Cleaning Out a Newspaper Office (Work, page 4)
The Pharisee's Prayer (Work, page 5)
Modern Desdemona (Work, page 5)
Evening Prologue (Work, page 5)
Flash Lightning, the Mountain Mascot; or, Old Dug-Out's Double Trouble. A Romance of Payrock (Work, chapters IV-VI, pages 5-6)
Oh, Wait and Think! (Work)
The Chemist's Crime; or, Curses that Came Home to Roost (Work, chapters XVIII-XIX, pages 6-7)
Starry-Eyed Pansy (Work, page 7)
Red Butterfly, the Spy of the Overland; or, The Nine Scouts' League. A Story of Real Characters of Wild Western Life (Work, chapters LVI-LIX, page 7)
Overstrained Indifference (Work, page 8)
Amazons of the Border: Helen the Huntress (Work, page 8)
Funny People (Work, page 8)
The Watch-Eye Cayuse (Work, page 8)
Date: May 2, 1891
Publisher: Beadle and Adams (1872-1898) (New York (N.Y.): No. 98 William Street) -- United States
Edition Description: Also includes: short filler items ("The Red-Men and Their Rations", "He Turned Into a Mule", "California's Giant Trees"), departments ("Banner Casuals", "Popular Poems", "Happy-Go-Lucky Papers", "The What-Not Apothegms", "Bannerettes", "Wine of the Wits", "Correspondents' Column", "Telephone Echoes"), advertisements, preview of "Go-won-go, The Red-Skin Rider; or, The Moonlight Marauders" by Col. Prentiss Ingraham.
Length: 8 pages

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