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Morrill, Higgins & Co.
Format : Reprint Library
|Issues:||44 (Highest number seen)|
|Size:||7 5/8 x 5 1/4"|
|Illustrations:||Black & white pictorial cover|
|Publisher's Blurb:||"Bound in paper covers, printed in two colors, each cover having a half-tone engraving illustrative of the book."|
|Notes / Commentary:||
LeBlanc examined one issue, but the number was obliterated. His listing contained 28 unnumbered titles taken from an ad at the back of the book.
Numbering for several issues (v. 1, nos. 2, 4 and 10; v. 2, nos. 2, 7-8, 15 and 16; v. 4, no. 2) was provided by Cary Sternick based on copies he observed. At least one title appeared more than once in the series with different numbering, and some of the dates seem to be out of order relative to the numbering. Additional numbering (for v. 2, no. 9) and titles (v. 1, no. 38; v. 3, no. 9; v. 4, nos. 33-34, 40; v. 5, nos. 41-42, 44) were added from WorldCat.
|Primary Data Source:||LeBlanc|
|Data Entry Status:||Done, With Gaps|
ItemsBill Nye and Boomerang
Chestnuts Old and New
The Crime of Philip Guthrie
For Love of Gold
How It Came About
The Lime Kiln Club
Peck's Bad Boy and His Pa, No. 1
Peck's Bad Boy and His Pa, No. 2
Readings and Recitations Series, No. 2: Humorous
Readings and Recitations Series, No. 3: Miscellaneous
Readings and Recitations Series, No. 4: Sacred
Ten Minute Sketches
What Will the World Say?
What Would You Do, Love?
Why We Are Democrats
Wit, Humor and Pathos
v. 1, no. 2. Baled Hay
v. 1, no. 4. Peck's Boss Book
v. 1, no. 10. Old Californian Days
v. 1, no. 38. Her Shattered Idol
v. 2, no. 2. Forty liars and other lies
v. 2, no. 7. How Private Geo. W. Peck Put Down the Rebellion
v. 2, no. 8. Peck's Irish Friend, Phelan Geoheagan
v. 2, no. 9. Readings and Recitations Series, No. 1: Miscellaneous
v. 2, no. 15. The Danites
v. 2, no. 16. My Life Among the Indians
v. 3, no. 9. The story without a name
v. 4, no. 2. How Private Geo. W. Peck Put Down the Rebellion
v. 4, no. 33. The Children's Speaker : Recitations, Dialogues, etc., suitable for children
v. 4, no. 34. Angeline : a story of the Franco-Prussian War
v. 4, no. 40. Allan Quatermain
v. 5, no. 41. The Mysterious Juror
v. 5, no. 42. The Banditti of the Prairies : a tale of the Mississippi valley
v. 5, no. 44. Twice outlawed; a personal history of Ed and Lon Maxwell, alias the Williams brothers, a record of highway robbery, horse stealing, romance, and murder, to which is added a detailed and graphic account of the arrest and lynching of Edward Maxwell at Durand, Wisconsin, November 19, 1881
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