The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Chicago Ledger, v. XXVI, no. 40


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Series: The Chicago Ledger — v. 26 no. 40
Contents: A Mountain Nymph; or, Through Love's Crucible (Work, chapters 1-3, pages 1-2)
A Song of the Churn (Work, page 1)
"We Hadn't" (Work, page 2)
Blue "Nigger," The (Work, page 2)
Mrs. Dobson's Ghost (Work, page 3)
Moran, of the Lady Letty : a Story of Rough Life at Sea (Work, chapters 4-5, page 4)
The Hag : Mystery of a Beautiful Magician (Work, chapters 12-14, page 5)
A Grand Juror (Work, page 5)
Goldenrod (Work, page 6)
An Alligator Hunt (Work, page 6)
Wilma's Romance (Work, page 6)
Just From the Ranch; or The Western Girl's Rival Lover (Work, chapters 19-21, page 7)
The Merry Husking Time (Work, page 7)
Date: October 5, 1898
Edition Description: Poem: "How Would I Then Be Loved?" Also includes "Burglar Traps," "Bruno and Piggy," "Flossie's Little Brother" and "Phantom Limbs" as well as "Fashions and Household" (Types of Characters), "Our Boys and Girls" (An Alligator Hunt) and "In the Land Of Laughter" departments, brief filler items (including "Something About Tides," "Strange Dreams," "Quick Wills," "Eating Fat," "A Thing the Bridal Chamber Lacked," "The Inning," "Sifted and Winnowed," "Spain's Gigantic Edifice" and "Peanut Butter."), cartoons and advertisements.
Length: 8 p.

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