The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Person - Stratemeyer, Edward, 1862-1930

Pseudonyms: Frank; Pinkerton, Ravell; Winfield, Edna

Edward Stratemeyer was a prolific author of stories for young people and founder of the Stratemeyer Syndicate that produced popular juvenile series of books. His most famous personal writing is the Rover Boys series. He personally used pseudonyms like "Arthur M. Winfield," "Capt. Ralph Bonehill," and "Edna Winfield." Popular Syndicate series of books include the Bobbsey Twins (1904), the Motor Boys (1906), Tom Swift (1910), Bomba the Jungle Boy (1926), the Hardy Boys (1927), and Nancy Drew (1930). He wrote dime novels under personal and house pseudonyms in libraries for Street & Smith (Log Cabin Library, Nick Carter Library, NY 5ยข Weekly Library), Norman L. Munro (Old Cap. Collier Library), and Beadle & Adams (Beadle 1/2 Dime Library). Many of his stories (including story paper serials) were also issued as thick paperbacks which are often called "dime novels" as well.

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Items with "Stratemeyer, Edward, 1862-1930" as Author

Alger Series (Street & Smith - 1st Series)

98. The Last Cruise of the Spitfire
99. Reuben Stone's Discovery
100. True to Himself
101. Richard Dare's Venture
102. Oliver Bright's Search
103. To Alaska for Gold
104. The Young Auctioneer
105. Bound to Be an Electrician
106. Shorthand Tom
107. Fighting for His Own
108. Joe, the Surveyor
109. Larry, the Wanderer
110. The Young Ranchman
111. The Young Lumberman
112. The Young Explorers
113. Boys of the Wilderness
114. Boys ofthe Northwest.
115. Boys of the Gold Fields
116. For His Country
117. Comrades in Peril
118. The Young Pearl Hunters
119. The Young Bandmaster
120. Boys of the Fort
121. On Fortune's Trail
122. Lost in the Land of Fire
123. Bob, the Photographer

Alger Series (Street & Smith - 2nd Series)

102. Oliver Bright's Search
103. To Alaska for Gold
104. The Young Auctioneer
105. Bound to Be an Electrician
106. Shorthand Tom
107. Fighting for His Own
108. Joe, the Surveyor
109. Larry, the Wanderer
110. The Young Ranchman
111. The Young Lumberman
112. The Young Explorers
113. Boys of the Wilderness
114. Boys ofthe Northwest.
115. Boys of the Gold Fields
116. For His Country
117. Comrades in Peril
118. The Young Pearl Hunters
119. The Young Bandmaster
120. Boys of the Fort
121. On Fortune's Trail
122. Lost in the Land of Fire
123. Bob, the Photographer

Bright Days

Bound to Be an Electrician

Garfield Library (Aldine, London)

4. True to Himself

Garfield Library, Second Series (Aldine, London)

True to Himself

Golden Argosy / Argosy

Oliver Bright's Search

Good News

Joe, the Surveyor
Larry, the Wanderer
Shorthand Tom
The Young Auctioneer

Student and Schoolmate

True to Himself

Whitman

True to Himself