The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Person - Doesticks, Q. K. Philander, 1831-1875

Pseudonym for Mortimer Neal Thompson

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Items with "Doesticks, Q. K. Philander, 1831-1875" as Credited Author

Beadle's Dime Speakers

The Knightly Newsboy

New York Weekly

Amateur Gunning
The Country Correspondent
Crippled Men
A Day's Sport on Long Island
Doestick's Letters: Doesticks on the Newest Philosophy of the Newest Philosophers
Doesticks' Letters: "Trumps" Goes to a Party—Have We Got Any Little Boys Now-A-Days? What is to be done with the Grandmothers?
Doesticks' Letters: "Trumps" School Performances at the "German-American Institute"
Doesticks' Letters: A Merry Christmas
Doesticks' Letters: April Fooling
Doesticks' Letters: Assassination by Velocipedes
Doesticks' Letters: Awful Mistake-A Kleptomaniac in Indiana Hung as a Thief
Doesticks' Letters: Doestick Buys A Velocipede
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks as a Detective
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks as a Government Servant
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Attends a Horse Dinner
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Attends a Ladies' Holiday Fair
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Becomes An Interviewer
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Foresees a "Woman's Suffrage" Election Day
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Goes to Washington for an Office
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Has A "Spirit Photograph" Taken
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks in a Swimming Bath
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Meets the Noble Savage, and is Disenchanted Therewith
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks on "April Fooling"
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks on a Sleeping Car
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks on the Darwinian Monkey Question
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Prepares to Visit the Noble Savage of the Western Wilds
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Sets Out to Visit the Noble Savage
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Suggests to Government How to Hugely Increase its Revenue
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Tries to Make a Fortune by "Policy"
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks Visits Washington on a Lobbying Expedition
Doesticks' Letters: Doesticks' Conclusions as to the Noble Red-Man
Doesticks' Letters: Essays a Game of his Youth
Doesticks' Letters: Fourth of July in the Country- On The Quiet
Doesticks' Letters: Gin-And-Milk Clergymanics
Doesticks' Letters: Holiday Time and Ladies' Fancy Fairs
Doesticks' Letters: How Can the "Slang-i-ness" of the Girl of the Period be Cured?
Doesticks' Letters: How Office-Holders Are Used
Doesticks' Letters: How Philander Paid His Income Tax
Doesticks' Letters: How to Chew and Smoke yourself into a Fortune
Doesticks' Letters: Introducing All Sorts of Folks to Other Folks
Doesticks' Letters: Leaving Servants in Charge of a Town House while the Proprietor goes into the Country
Doesticks' Letters: May Day in New York
Doesticks' Letters: Moving Children into the Country
Doesticks' Letters: On Practical Joking
Doesticks' Letters: Our New Post Mistress
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Again Undertakes Reporting His Short-Hand Experience
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Becomes a Newspaper Reporter- His Early Experience
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Bets on the Ocean Yacht Race
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Interviews the President
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Resolves to Learn to Blow Brass Music. He Begins with the "E Flat" Bugle
Doesticks' Letters: Philander Tries His Hand And His Voice At Auctioneering
Doesticks' Letters: Photographing a Baby
Doesticks' Letters: The Grand Brooklyn Tournament
Doesticks' Letters: The Modern Education of Children
Doesticks' Letters: The New Baby
Doesticks' Letters: Things That I Want to Know and Want "Fixed?"
Doesticks' Letters: Why Doesticks couldn't Join the Fire Department
Doesticks' Letters; Doesticks Discourseth About New Year's It's Celebrations, And Its Customs
A Fooled Husband
Has His Fortune Told
The Musical Boarder
My Farming Experience
Raffling for Prizes