United States of America
George Munro's Sons (New York: 17 to 27 Vandewater St.) -- United States of America
Mershon Company (Rahway, NJ) -- United States of America
Format : Reprint Library
|Issues:||512 (Highest number seen)|
|Dates:||Not dated (1904-1905)|
|Price:||Not priced (25¢)|
|Size:||7 1/8 x 4 7/8"|
|Notes / Commentary:||
The detailed publication history of this series is unknown; some volumes are attributed to Mershon, some to George Munro's Sons (including the last known, no. 512), and some mention Arthur Hall (for example, no. 500 is described in WorldCat as having "Arthur Hall" on the wrapper and "George Munro's Sons" on the title page).
Since the series is not dated, it would indicate that it was published after the postal laws regarding serial publications were repealed, which was in 1904. George Munro's Sons ceased publishing in 1905. Therefore the dates would necessarily be 1904 or 1905.
Although the books were not priced, it appears that 25 cents would have been the selling price to be in competition with other publications of the period.
The original LeBlanc listing only included nos. 137, 202 and 512. Nos. 63, 97, 100, 108, 154, 241 and 500 were added based on WorldCat listings.
Items63. Concerning Isabel Carnaby
97. Aunt Diana
100. Kennedy of Glenhaugh
108. Donovan: A Modern Englishman
137. The Deemster: a romance of the Isle of Man
154. The Temptations of a Great City; or, The Love that Lived through All
202. The Master of Ballantrae
241. Ten Nights in a Bar-Room
500. Lancaster's Choice
512. A Nameless Sin
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