The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

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Publisher: Schulte Publishing Company (Chicago (Ill.): 334 Dearborn St.) -- United States
Category: Format : Reprint Library
Issues: 24 (Highest number seen)
Dates: July, 1894 to 1900?
Schedule: Quarterly
Price: 50ยข ($2.00 per year)
Notes / Commentary: This is a successor to the earlier Ariel Library which has a similar title but different contents. Nos. 1-12 come from a listing in The Bookseller and Newsman, November, 1897, page 42. The first issue's date comes from the digitized copy in Google Books. The fifth issue's date comes from WorldCat. No. 16 was added from an auction listing discovered by Cary Sternick. Nos. 20, 22 and two different No. 24's were added from WorldCat listings. No. 23 was added from the 1901 edition of H. W. Wilson's Cumulative Book Index.
Primary Data Source: Online Sources
Data Entry Status: Done, With Gaps


1. Hell Up to Date
2. Old 'Kaskia Days
3. Beneath the Dome
4. The Railroad Question
5. Ten men of Money Island; or, The primer of finance
6. The Little Statesman : A middle-of-the-road manual for American voters
7. An Indiana man
8. The Condition of the American Farmer
9. The Battle of the standards
10. The Science of Legal Robbery; miscalled "The science of finance"
11. The Voler's X-Rays
12. Caesar's column: a story of the twentieth century
16. Cram's Big War Atlas
20. Credit versus cash : a plan to use combined credits instead of money and to make those credits absolutely safe
22. The solution of the social problem
23. Waiting for the signal: a novel
24. Momentous issues; competition in business, stable price level, prosperity and republic versus trusts, falling price level, depression, empire, militarism and concentration of wealth
24. Restricted industry: its effect, its cause, the remedy

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