The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Banner Weekly, v. IX, no. 463, September 26, 1891


Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: The Banner Weekly — v. 9 no. 463
Contents: Over the Line (Work, page 1)
Silky Steele, the Stay-in Sport; or, The Catch-on at Camp Climax (Work, chapters VII-IX, pages 1-2)
In Hope Secure (Work, page 2)
Midshipman Dare, the Pirate-Catcher, or, The Sea Rovers of '98 (Work, chapters XX-XXIII, pages 2-3)
A Peculiar Case (Work, page 3)
Picking Peaches (Work, page 3)
Marsh Echoes (Work, page 3)
And Then They Bought Some (Work, page 4)
Wanted a Divorce (Work, page 4)
A Hero yet Only a Slave (Work, page 5)
The Modern Don Quixote (Work, page 5)
A Wreath of Roses (Work, page 5)
Saint and Satyr; or, James Bowie's Terrible Temptation (Work, chapters XVIII-XX, pages 5-6)
Shelling Peas (Work, page 6)
Velvet Bill's Vow; or, The Red Rider's Retribution (Work, chapters XLI-XLV, page 6)
Fancy's Realm (Work, page 7)
Nebraska Ned, The Boy Ranger of the Niobrara (Work, page 7)
Carl Brandt's Sacrifice; or, For Another's Dishonor (Work, chapters XXXVII-XXXIX (conclusion), page 7)
Betsey And I Are out Again (Work, page 8)
Fact Outdoing Fiction (Work, page 8)
"He Loves Me. He Loves Me Not." (Work, page 8)
Given a Chance (Work, page 8)
Date: September 26, 1891
Edition Description: Also includes: short filler items ("Short Suggestions to Walkers", "Old Joe's Bear"), departments ("Popular Poems", "Happy-Go-Lucky Papers", "Bannerettes", "Wine of the Wits", "Correspondents' Column", "Telephone Echoes"), unattributed poems ("How to Become Famous", "Under Difficulties", "She Simply Couldn't", "'Zek'el Brown Unburdens Himself"), advertisements.
Length: 8 pages

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