The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Banner Weekly, v. X, no. 517, October 8, 1892


Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: The Banner Weekly — v. 10 no. 517
Contents: Only A Mile-Post (Work, page 1)
German Gus, The Go-Lightly Detective; or, The Clew of the Thumbless Hand, The Romance of the Last Baroness (Work, chapters VII-IX, pages 1-2)
My Mother's Favorite Song (Work, page 2)
The New Director, A Story of the Sagg Hollow Mines (Work, page 2)
What Poets Cannot Do (Work, page 2)
Dashing Charlie's Deadshots; or, The Mounted Tramp's, A Romance of Living Heroes, and Life Among the Wayward in the Wild West (Work, chapters XLIV-XLVIII, pages 2-3)
The Last Beaus of Summer, A Warning (Work, page 3)
Better Than Pure Gold (Work, page 3)
The Old Hand Press (Work, page 3)
Waiting for the Bugle (Work, page 3)
Dorothy's Mustn'ts (Work, page 3)
Old John Henry (Work, page 3)
Good American Food (Work, page 3)
Bloomer's Snake Story (Work, page 4)
King Lear (Work, page 4)
The Railroad Freight Brake-man (Work, page 5)
Mulligan on the Home-Stretch (Work, XXIV, page 5)
Love and Life (Work, page 5)
Fighting Jack's Middies; or, Who Was Daring Dick Cooper? A Romance of the Third Cruise of "Old Ironsides." (Work, chapters IV-VI, pages 5-6)
Bime Bye (Work, page 6)
Banker's Conspiracy; or, Black Phil's Grip, The Romance of a Mill-man's Fight with Fate (Work, chapters XVIII-XXI, page 6)
Texas Types-The Tenderfoot (Work, page 7)
Detective Gordon's Grip; or, The Shadowed New York Swell, A Romance of the Revelation at Dead Man's Gulch (Work, chapters XXIV-XXVI, page 7)
Turning the Grindstone (Work, page 8)
Knud's Tale of Woe (Work, page 8)
Historic Bandits: The Golden Farmer (Work, page 8)
The Storm Waif; or, The Debt of Honor (Work, page 8)
Date: October 8, 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 “Brown-eyed Persons Increasing” and “Willing to Accommodate”).
Length: 8 pages

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