Street & Smith
(New York (N.Y.): 25-31 Rose St.)
|Issues:||1 (Only one seen; no ads seen in S&S publications of the time period)|
|Dates:||Not dated. No. 1, which was examined by LeBlanc, has a calendar for 1890.|
|Schedule:||Not stated in no. 1, but evidently meant to be monthly.|
|Price:||Not stated, probably 10¢|
|Size:||8 3/4 x 5 3/4"|
|Illustrations:||Numerous small illustrations at the beginning of each serial. A large illustration for each month of the year 1890.|
|Physical Description:||Cover illustrated in black and white. Top half shows 7 male figures from early childhood to young man with the word "Boys'" at top left. 1/2" black ribbon with word "Comic" in white. Lower half contains word "Library" with the 4 seasons suitably illustrated. Copyright notice, publisher's name and address centered at bottom.|
|Primary Data Source:||LeBlanc|
|Data Entry Status:||Done, Believed Complete|
Items1. Boys' Comic Library, no. 1 (Ramon Aranda, the California Detective. A Tale of Daring Deeds and Strange Adventures and 7 more items)
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