The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - Bananas

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(Good News edition - source: NIU Libraries)
(Tip Top Weekly edition - source: NIU Libraries)

Combined Summary

Online Full Text: Bowling Green State University (Tip Top Weekly edition)
Northern Illinois University (Good News edition)
Northern Illinois University (Tip Top Weekly edition)
Series: Good News v. 14 no. 341 — page 7
Tip Top Weekly no. 662
Subject / Tag: Sketch
Dates: November 14, 1896 (Good News edition)
December 19, 1908 (Tip Top Weekly edition)
First Sentence: The bananas, or plantain, is the principal fruit consumed in the tropics, and, from its nutritive qualities and general use, must be regarded as an indispensable article of food, rather than as a luxury. (Good News edition)
Last Sentence: Only the finer bunches have a marketable value, and the rejected fruit might easily be turned to profitable account for drying and making into meal, once the proper methods were recognized. (Good News edition)

Known Editions

Good News edition (page 7 in Good News, v. 14, no. 341, November 14, 1896)
Tip Top Weekly edition (in Tip top weekly no. 662)

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