The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The People's Home Journal, v. XV, no. 8, August 1900

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Series: The People's Home Journal (Lupton) — v. 15 no. 8
Contents: An Alpine Romance (Work, chapters I-III, pages 1-3)
Bess, the Tramp (Work, pages 4-6)
The Summer Rain (Work, page 6)
On the Roxbury Sands (Work, parts I-II (conclusion), pages 6-7)
To-Day's Possibilities (Work, page 7)
After Five Years (Work, page 7)
Ascent in a Balloon (Work, page 8)
The Gainsborough Ruby (Work, chapters V-X, pages 9-11)
A Dream of Home (Work, page 12)
The Redwater Tragedy (Work, chapters VI-IX, pages 12-13)
Lady's "Choker" in Relief Crochet (Work, page 14)
Billy Miller's Circus Show (Work, page 15)
Barbara Hunt's Brownie Party (Work, page 15)
My Flying Squirrels (Work, page 15)
G. Grandmother's Sunday Shoes (Work, page 15)
The Tin Peddler (Work, page 16)
Date: August, 1900
Edition Description: Also included: unattributed poems ("Maiden's Way"), "The Question Box" department, "The Household" department ("Cooking Recipes", "The Home Doctor", "Miscellaneous"), advertisements, "Our Boys and Girls" department ("Illustrated Rebus"), "Humorous" department ("Cured by Absent Treatment", "Why He Kept Quiet About It", "Nothing Like Arbitration", "Initiating the Foreigner", "He Didn't Get One", "She Knew Her Business", "Lacking in Romance", "Splinters"), short filler items ("The Shape of Porto Rico", "Salad Oil Found in Corn", "'Sure' Weather Signs", "Wooing Under Difficulties").
Length: 20 pages

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