The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Series - Loring's Tales of the Day

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Publisher: Loring (Boston (Mass.): Corner Bromfield and Washington Sts.) -- United States
Category: Format : Reprint Library
Issues: Unknown (unnumbered)
Dates: November, 1867-1870s (start date from Johannsen's House of Beadle and Adams; exact end date unknown)
Schedule: Unknown
Price: 10¢ (early issues, according to Johannsen) to 50¢ (according to LeBlanc)
Size: 6 3/4 x 5 1/2"
Pages: 50-200 pages (early issues 50 pages according to Johannsen; issue examined by LeBlanc 200 pages)
Physical Description: (LeBlanc examined A Widow of Windsor). Gray plain cover. Series title centered at top. Title and author centered. Imprint centered at bottom. Below imprint also centered is price. Unnumbered.
Notes / Commentary: LeBlanc listing included only A Widow of Windsor. Beauty and the Beast and Jack the Giant Killer added based on Harvard digital editions. Little Red Riding Hood added based on Google Books digital edition. Aunt Kipp and Kitty's Class Day added based on review in Godey's Lady's Book and Magazine, July, 1868, page 87. Medusa, and Other Tales added based on review in The Galaxy, October, 1868, page 572. Dot and Dime and In the Camargue added based on review in Harper's Magazine, volume 55, page 789. Remaining titles taken from WorldCat.
Primary Data Source: LeBlanc
Data Entry Status: In Progress, Partial Listing Available


Beautiful Edith, the child-woman
Beauty and the Beast
Dot and Dime
Helen's Babies. With some account of their ways innocent, crafty, angelic, impish, witching, and repulsive. Also, a partial record of their actions during ten days of their existence
In the Camargue
Jack the Giant Killer
Little Red Riding Hood
Louisa M. Alcott's Proverb Stories. Kitty's Class-Day, Aunt Kipp, Psyche's Art (Psyche's Art and 2 more items)
Medusa, and Other Tales
Pen Photographs of Charles Dickens's Readings. Taken from Life
The Sleeping Beauty in the Wood
A week in a French country-house
A Widow of Windsor

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