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Street & Smith
(New York (N.Y.): 238 William St.)
Format : Reprint Library
|Dates:||June 28, 1899 to November 1, 1899|
|Size:||7 1/8 x 5"|
|Pages:||200 to 250|
|Illustrations:||Colored pictorial cover|
|Publisher's Blurb:||"A sterling line of religious novels, written for the greater part by the most eminent ministers of the gospel. Teaches and illustrates the principles of true, undenominational Christianity as applied to the needs and demands of every day life in modern times. Not a series of stories for children, but a collection of works written for the thinking man and woman."|
|Notes / Commentary:||This blurb used in all issues through No. 14 which was the latest issue examined.|
|Primary Data Source:||LeBlanc|
|Data Entry Status:||Done, Believed Complete|
Items1. In His Steps. "What Would Jesus Do?"
2. Robert Hardy's Seven Days. A Dream and Its Consequences.
3. The Crucifixion of Philip Strong
4. Crumbs Swept Up
5. Brothers All
6. Allan Eyre
7. The Story of Queen Esther
8. Would Christ Belong to a Labor Union; or, Henry Fielding's Dream
9. What Is Christ to Me, and Other Sermons
10. Marvelous in Our Eyes. A Story of Providence
11. The First Christian Daily Paper and Other Sketches
12. The Master's Mission; or, The Minister Who Dared
13. The Pilgrim's Progress
14. John Ploughman's Talk; or, The Plain Advice for Plain People
15. Adam Hepburn's Vow
16. When Jeremiah Prophesized
17. Barbara's Brother
18. Black Rock. A Tale of the Selkirks.
19. For Gold or Soul?
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