Street & Smith
(New York (N.Y.): 238 William St.)
Format : Reprint Library
|Issues:||23 (Highest number seen advertised)|
|Dates:||July 29, 1903 to February 1904|
|Schedule:||Weekly through No. 21, Monthly for last two issues|
|Size:||7 1/8 x 5"|
|Pages:||250 to 300|
|Illustrations:||Colored pictorial cover (B&W photo of Laura Jean Libbey)|
|Publisher's Blurb:||"Almost every reader, in the course of his or her experience, has read at least one of Laura Jean Libbey's most enjoyable novels. Probably, upon finishing the tale the only regret the reader had was that it was not twice as long. This may also be applied to the author's latest stories, all of which Messrs. Street & Smith have recently purchased at a round figure. These, the best productions from the pen of the author, whose works may conscientiously be classed as excellent, will be published in a new line, called the Laura Series. These stories have never appeared in book form--they are not old ones. They are guaranteed to be the latest and the best--representing the full talent of this remarkable writer."|
|Major Author(s):||Laura Jean Libbey|
|Primary Data Source:||LeBlanc|
|Data Entry Status:||Done, Believed Complete|
Items1. The Lovely Maid of Darby Town
2. Betrothed for a Day
3. What Is Life without Love?
4. Sweet Dolly Grey
5. Sweetheart, Will You Be True?
6. Gladys, the Music Teacher's Daughter
7. Madcap Laddy, the Flirt
8. The Prince of Pretty Odette's Kiss
9. Sweet Kitty Clover
10. Ought We Invite Her?
11. Mischievous Maid Faynie
12. Had She Loved Him Less
13. A Beautiful Mysterious, Veiled Young Girl
14. They Say You Are False
16. Lotta, the Beautiful Cloak Model
17. The Bride of Mont Pelee
18. A Mad Betrothal
19. Florabel's Lover
20. A Fatal Wooing
22. Parted by Fate
23. We Parted at the Altar
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