The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Banner Weekly, v. XI, no. 529, December 31, 1892

Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: The Banner Weekly — v. 11 no. 529
Contents: The City On The Hill (Work, page 1)
Flip-Flap Fred at Hard Pan; or, The Fakir Detective's Remarkable Ruse (Work, chapters I-IV, pages 1-2)
When the Lilies Bloom Again (Work, page 2)
Dashing Charlie's Minute Men; or, Black Horse Bill's Iniquitous Plot, A Story of Camp, Fort and Mountain Trails (Work, chapters XLII-XLVIII, pages 2-3)
Well Qualified (Work, page 3)
All Fixed For Winter (Work, page 3)
My Neighbor's Boy (Work, page 3)
The Girl I Used To Know (Work, page 3)
Football As The Girls See It (Work, page 3)
To The Modern Girl (Work, page 3)
A Cold in the Head (Work, page 4)
Perkins Was Prejudiced (Work, page 4)
A "Taking" Subject (Work, page 4)
Life Eternal (Work, page 5)
Strange Stories: Juanita; or, The Eve of St. John, A Story of Old Spain (Work, page 5)
A Scene in School (Work, page 5)
Old Joe, the Heart of Oak; or, The Ups and Downs of New York Life, A Story of Three Young Men (Work, chapters XIII-XV, pages 5-6)
The Cheering Ray (Work, page 6)
Girl Storm-Pilot; or, The Death-Bell of the Reefs, A Romance of Sea, Coast, and Iniquitous Imposture (Work, chapters XVI-XVII (conclusion), page 6)
When the Whistle Blows (Work, page 7)
The "Wanted" Woman; or, Who Was the Blacksmith's Daughter? A Story of the Lures and Lights of the Stage (Work, chapters XXXIII-XXXIV (conclusion), page 7)
Historic Bandits: Claude Duval (Work, page 7)
Selected Epitaphs (Work, page 8)
A Horse on the Crow (Work, page 8)
The Coward of the Camp (Work, page 8)
Hector, the Fugitive (Work, page 8)
Date: December 31, 1892
Edition Description: Also includes: Banner Casuals (department), Happy-Go-Lucky Papers (department), Bannerettes (department), Correspondents’ Column (department), Wine of the Wits (department), Telephone Echoes (department); plus mission, publisher's advertisements, and short filler items (including “Where Woman Rules”, “The World’s Locomotives”, and “Slavery in England”).
Length: 8 pages

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