The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

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Publisher: Dick & Fitzgerald (New York (N.Y.): 18 Ann St.) -- United States
Category: Format : Larger Booklet
Issues: 14 (Number of distinct titles seen; LeBlanc estimated that 35 exist)
Dates: 1860's
Schedule: Not known
Price: 25ยข
Size: 9 5/8 x 6"
Pages: 90 to 120
Illustrations: Colored cover with yellow background and borders.
Notes / Commentary: LeBlanc never saw the series advertised. He saw eight titles (White Wolf, Caroline Tracy, Orphan Seamstress, Matricide's Daughter, Clarence Bolton, Charley Hunter, St. Flore and Star of the Fallen), but believed more titles were published. King of the Winds was added from an exhibit at Haverford Libraries. Beatrice, Comic Wandering Jew, Grace Weldon, Paul Deverell and The Victim's Revenge were added from WorldCat listings.
Primary Data Source: LeBlanc
Data Entry Status: Done, With Gaps


Beatrice; or, The goldsmith's daughter
Caroline Tracy; or, The Spring Street Milliner's Apprentice; or, Life in New York in 1847-8
Charley Hunter; or, The Forger's Fate
Clarence Bolton. A New York Story, with City Society in All Its Phases
The comic wandering Jew
Grace Weldon, or, Frederica, the bonnet-girl: a tale of Boston and its Bay
King of the Winds; or, The Quaker's Horse
The Matricide's Daughter. A Tale of Life in the Great Metropolis
The Orphan Seamstress. A Narrative of Innocence, Guilt, Mystery and Crime
Paul Deverell, or, Two judgements for one crime; a tale of the present day
St. Flore; or, The Midnight Conference. A New Historical Romance
Star of the Fallen; or, The Fatal Disclosure
The victim's revenge. A sequel to "The matricide's daughter," and "The star of the fallen"
The White Wolf; or, The Secret Brotherhood

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