The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Half-Holiday, v. 1, no. 22, July 2, 1898

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Series: The Half-Holiday — v. 1 no. 22
Contents: The runaway cadet; or, The misfortune of Sleepy (Work, pages 1-8)
From tent to White House; or, How a poor boy became president (Work, chapter VI-VII, pages 9-14)
Adrift in the wilderness : a canoe story of the Maine woods (Work, chapters XV-XVII, pages 14-17)
Red rose, and white : relating the experience of Ralph Mortimer, son of a knightly house, during the stirring times of Richard the Third, of England (Work, chapters XLI-XLIII, pages 20-23)
An Alaskan trail; or, How two boys discovered a new route to the Yukon (Work, chapters XXVIII-XXIX, pages 24-26)
Practical trades and professions: Journalism (Work, page 28)
Date: July 2, 1898
Edition Description: Also contains: Arthur Sewell's page (department), Current News of the World (department), Amateur Journalism (department) and advertising.

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