The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Banner Weekly, v. X, no. 498, May 28, 1892

Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: The Banner Weekly — v. 10 no. 498
Contents: The Old Maid's Warning (Work, page 1)
Dashing Charlie's Man-Hunt; or, The Gentleman Sport, A Tale of the Forts, Outlaw Runs, and Red Trails (Work, chapters VIII-XIII, pages 1-2)
The Hidden Treasure, A Strange Story of the Aztee Country (Work, page 2)
Sail (Work, page 2)
The White Sheik; or, The Scouts of the Deserts (Work, chapters X-XII, pages 2-3)
Until June Comes (Work, page 3)
Modern Reformers (Work, page 3)
Old Times, Old Friends, Old Love (Work, page 3)
The Wreck of the Literary Coterie (Work, page 3)
Recollections of a Boy (Work, IV, page 4)
"No Work in His'n" (Work, page 4)
The March-Born (Work, page 5)
Mulligan on the Home-Stretch (Work, V, page 5)
Homestead On The Hill (Work, page 5)
Old Sunflower, The Silent Smiter; or, The Terrible Reckoning (Work, chapters XXIV-XXVI, pages 5-6)
The Bold Buccaneer, Stories of Some of the Famous Rovers of the Free Main (Work, page 6)
The Wounded Bird (Work, page 6)
Felon Brand; or, The Unmasking of Lucifer (Work, chapters XXX-XXXII, pages 6-7)
A Hero at Last (Work, page 7)
Twenty Minutes for Dinner (Work, page 8)
Alkali's Hole-y Terror (Work, page 8)
The Forged Telegram (Work, page 8)
Her Ordained Lover (Work, page 8)
Date: May 28, 1892
Edition Description: Also includes: Banner Casuals (department), Happy-Go-Lucky Papers (department), Bannerettes (department), Wine of the Wits (department), Correspondents’ Column (department), Telephone Echoes (department); plus mission, publisher's advertisements, and short filler items (including “Plans For the “Wild West”, “How to Tell a Good Walker”, and “Diamonds and Opals for Chips”).
Length: 8 pages

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