The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Person - Armstrong, Alexander

Pseudonyms: Author of "Battling for Life"; Marigold, Maggie

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Items with "Armstrong, Alexander" as Cited Author

Boys of New York

Cast up By the Waves; or, The Adventures of a Boy Crusoe

Wide Awake Library

641. Cast up By the Waves; or, The Adventures of a Boy Crusoe

Items with "Armstrong, Alexander" as Credited Author

All Around Weekly

Master Moloch
A red trail
A Villain's Plot

Boys of New York

The White Wizard of the Bowery; or, The Boy Slaves of New York

Fame and Fortune Weekly

Abandoned in a mine
Adventure with an elephant
Betrayed by a letter
The Boy diplomat; or, Young America at the court of St. James
The business boys of Blyburne, or, How the Wheel Club saved the town
Chased by wolves
A cunning criminal's end
Doctor night-owl
An encounter with savages
The female burglar
Grit and gold, or, Working for a fortune
A gypsy queen
In the Klondike, or, A brave fight for gold and fame
A lady's hat
The lost postcard
Marvels of the Maine Woods
The Mexican outlaw
The mountain maniac
The secret of the cross of gold
Our mysterious boarder
A polite road agent
The post-boy's luck
A red trail
The Robber of Devil's Pool
The romance of Island Cave
Rory Redmond's prize
Saved at sea
The snake woman
The solved mystery
Stealing a locomotive
Victoria, the refugee
Wild ranch life in New South Wales
A woman detective
The yellow hand

The Five-Cent Weekly Library

7. The Phantom of the Waves

Liberty Boys of '76

Bustenado, the terror of Mexico

Pluck and Luck

Adventures with devil-fish
A desperate deal, or, True to his honor
Faithful Selim
An iron-bound keg, or, The error that cost a life
The mysterious husband
The secret of the cross of gold
The mystery of the deep
A red trail
The tidal train
Wild ranch life in New South Wales

Wide Awake Library

457. The Wolf of the Waves. A Tale of the Pirates of Old
482. The Phantom of the Waves
576. King Morgan, the Terror of the Seas. A Tale of the Pirates of Old
587. The phantom avenger; or, Dick Darling in Montana