(New York: 84 Beekman Street)
United States of America
George Munro's Sons (New York: 17 to 27 Vandewater St.) -- United States of America
Format : Larger Booklet
|Issues:||2 (Highest number seen)|
|Dates:||Johannsen's House of Beadle and Adams says this series was published in 1867; an American Antiquarian Society catalog entry showing no. 2 as being published in 1868 corroborates this. Cox's Dime Novel Companion and Joseph Rainone have listed this series as being published circa 1876. The original LeBlanc listing dates it at 1887. Since the LeBlanc list notes the publisher as "George Munro's Sons" rather than "George Munro," this may suggest that LeBlanc was working from a later reprint.|
|Schedule:||No information on how often it was scheduled to be published.|
|Price:||25¢ (George Munro's Sons edition described by LeBlanc), 20¢ (George Munro edition cataloged by American Antiquarian Society)|
|Size:||9 1/4 x 6"|
|Illustrations:||Pictorial cover in one color.|
|Physical Description:||No. 1 is yellowish orange.|
Items1. Hunter Yarns. A Collection of Wild and Amusing Adventures as Related by Hunters to their Companions around the Campfire.
2. The Mysterious Hunter; or, The Man of Death
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