The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Person - Raymond, P. T.

Pseudonym For: Shackleford, H. K. (Harvey King), 1841-1906

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Items with "Raymond, P. T." as Credited Author

Boys of New York

Bats in the Wall; or, The Mystery of Trinity Church Yard
The Bowery Prince; or, A Bootblack's Road to Fame
The Boy Silver King; or, The Mystery of Two Lives
The Boy Speculators of Brookton; or, Millionaires at Nineteen
The Boy Who Made Himself King. A Story of Strange Adventure
Canoe Carl; or, A College Boy's Cruise in the Far North
Champion Jim Corbett's School Days; or, An American Boy with American Grit
The Chosen Six; or, The Boy Student Nihilists
Dunning & Co., the Boy Brokers
The Floating School; or, Dr. Bircham's Bad Boys' Academy
From Poorhouse to Palace; or, A Young Millionaire for a Year
The House with Three Windows
Making a Million; or, A Smart Boy's Career in Wall Street
The Man in the Black Cloak; or, In Search of the John Street Jewels
A Million at 20; or, Fighting His Way in Wall Street
The Mysterious Man of the Mountains
Nick and Jed, the King Trappers of the Border
Rob Rudder, the Boy Pilot of the Mississippi
A Schoolboy's Adventure with Moonlighter
A Sheet of Blotting Paper; or, The Fortunes of a Young Inventor
The Two Boy Bankers; and Brokers; or, The Youngest Firm in Wall Street
A Wizard of Wall Street; or, The Career of Henry Carew, Boy Banker

The Boys of New York Pocket Library

179. The Invisible Scout
195. The Young Balloonist; or, A Boy's Adventures in the Clouds
208. Just in Time; or, The Plot That Failed
214. The Circus Runaway; or, The Boy Trainer and His Elephant on Their Travels
222. The Circus Wonder

Boys' Star Library

60. The Circus Wonder
100. The Young Balloonist; or, A Boy's Adventures in the Clouds
124. The Invisible Scout
154. The Circus Runaway; or, The Boy Trainer and His Elephant on Their Travels
164. Just in Time; or, The Plot That Failed

Wide Awake Library

1142. The Mysterious Man of the Mountains. A Story of the Hudson River
1166. Rob Rudder, the Boy Pilot of the Mississippi
1170. Nick and Jed, the King Trappers of the Border