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American News Company
(New York (N.Y.))
Format : Reprint Library
|Issues:||8 (highest number seen)|
|Dates:||Sept. 1889 to 1891|
|Size:||8 x 5 1/2"|
|Pages:||250 to 300|
|Illustrations:||Colored pictorial cover|
|Physical Description:||(Issue four was examined). Colored pictorial cover on yellow paper. Author and title at top of cover. Illustration centered. Series imprint at bottom. Two other similar novels advertised but no number given.|
|Notes / Commentary:||Title page of books has "publishers' agents" printed above publisher name. The unnumbered title is believed to be either issue 1 or 2 of the series. The original LeBlanc listing did not have an exact number for issue 3, but its number has been determined thanks to Harvard's digitized copy. Issue 8 was added based on a WorldCat record; it lists the publisher as "Authors' Pub. Co." Further investigation would be worthwhile to confirm its relationship to the rest of the series, but based on William Fléron's involvement, its inclusion here seems appropriate.|
|Primary Data Source:||LeBlanc|
|Data Entry Status:||In Progress, Partial Listing Available|
3. The Clemenceau Case
4. The Devil's Daughter
8. Marrying for Pleasure. A Novel "As It Was Spoken"
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