The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Chicago Ledger, v. XLIII, no. 27

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Series: The Chicago Ledger — v. 43 no. 27
Contents: The Star-Spangled Banner (Work, page 1)
A Rubber Deal Romance; Or, What Happened in Honduragua (Work, chapters 1-3, pages 2-3)
Kate of the Lilac Sox; Or, Fighting for the Pennant (Work, chapters 4-6, pages 4-6)
A Duel of Detectives; Or, The Conflict in Clews (Work, chapters 6-7, pages 7-9)
Gold and the Girl; or, A Cattle Man's Grit (Work, chapter 21-22, conclusion, pages 12-13)
Our Flag (Work, page 13)
The Prairie Schooner (Work, chapters 1-2, page 15)
Aeroplane Boy Scouts; Or, In War-Wrecked Belgium (Work, chapters 1-3, pages 17-19)
Date: July 3, 1915
Edition Description: Poem: "Fourth of July Address." Also includes "Gentle Jabs," "Home and Health" and "The Fairy Corner" departments, plus want ads, brief filler items (including "The Cannon's Roar," "Getting Ready," "Size and Ability," "Jennie Lind's Salute," "Everybody's Friend," "A Critical Guest," "Suspicious Acts," "Useless Neutrality,""The Fourth," "A Living Wonder," "Almost Alone" and "Harmony in A-Flat."), cartoons and advertisements.
Length: 20 p.

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