The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Series - Sunnyside Series

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Language:English
Alternate Title: Sunny Side Series
Publisher: J. S. Ogilvie Publishing Company (New York: 57 Rose Street) -- United States of America
Category: Format : Reprint Library
Issues: 134 (Highest number seen)
Dates: May 1889 to 1904
Schedule: Monthly, Quarterly, 1894 through 1901
Price: LeBlanc listed price as 25¢; one issue has been seen with a cover price of 35¢; another has been seen with no cover price but with a subscription price of $3.00/year.
Size: 7 1/2 x 5"; 7 x 4 7/8 for later issues
Pages: 150 to 200
Illustrations: Some issues had no illustrations. Others had numerous, usually black and white line drawings. The later issues had photographs from plays.
Physical Description: Early issues had plain covers with title of story and author with publisher's imprint on yellowish paper. Series name appeared on title page together with number and date. Later issues from 1901 on had colored pictorial covers with series name and number on spine.
Notes / Commentary: The original LeBlanc listing was missing numbers 31-38, 82-84, 86, 88, 91-92, 94-100, 102-105, 108, 111, 115, 124, 126, 128-132 and 134+. Numbers 84, 96, 97, 103 and 132 are added from WorldCat records. The LeBlanc listing identified number 106 as "The City Chest of New Amsterdam," but other evidence, including a WorldCat record, suggests that this should be "The City of Dreadful Night and other stories." Two different titles for number 102 were added based on a copy in Villanova University's collection ("White Dandy") and WorldCat ("The New Cosmogeny"); perhaps one of these titles was a replacement for the other. Numbers 86, 88, 91, 92, 94 and 95 were added based on advertising in The Bookseller and Newsman, January 1897, page 37. Number 99 is added from advertising in The Bookseller and Newsman, November 1897, page 13. Numbers 129, 130 and 134 are added from H. W. Wilson's "The United States Catalog Supplement, Books Published 1902-1905."

Items

1. The Secret Sorrow
2. Funny Stories. Funny Enough to Make a Horse Laugh
3. Witty Sayings Selected from All Sources
4. Which Shall It Be?; or, Through great tribulations
5. How to Entertain a Social Party
6. Ogilvie's Handy Monitor of Useful Facts
7. The Sunnyside Cook Book and Home Receipt Guide
8. Sunnyside Collection of Readings and Recitations
9. The Funny World
10. Looking Behind
11. A Forced Marriage
12. The Victim of His Clothes
13. One Hundred Poems
14. A Dark Plot
15. Twenty-Five Sermons on the Holy Land
16. A Moral Inheritance
17. Master and Man
18. Married for Money : and other stories
19. The Fugitives of Pearl Hill
20. Life of Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage, DD.
21. Fun on Draught
22. A Basket of Fun, gathered from many sources
23. Funny Fellow's Grab Bag; or, Mirth for the million
24. Twenty Good Stories
25. A Double Life
26. Love and Rebellion
27. "Cy Ros"
28. His Evil Eye
29. The Widder Doodle's Courtship, and Other Stories
30. The Handy Cook Book
39. Don't Marry; or, Advice as to how, when and who to marry
40. A Little Nonsense; or, Fun by the Bushel
41. Josh Billings' Spice Box
42. The Wisest Men
43. Wit and Wisdom
44. A Ton of Jokes
45. Sunnyside Collection of 300 Songs
46. Eureka Collection of 300 Songs
47. The Man : a story of to-day
48. A Woman's Revenge; or, The mystery of the black pines
49. A Loveless Marriage
50. The Bad Boy in the Country
51. How to Manage a Husband
52. The Old Witch's Dream Book and Fortune Teller
53. The Scarlet Letter
54. A Ton of Fun
55. Casanova, the Courtier
56. Inspector Henderson, the Central Office Detective
57. A Prince of Good Fellows
58. Phantom Days
59. Down in the World
60. Ogilvie's 110 New Recitations and Readings No. 1
61. Ogilvie's 110 New Recitations and Readings No. 2
62. Ogilvie's 110 New Recitations and Readings No. 3
63. Ogilvie's 110 New Recitations and Readings No. 4
64. Ogilvie's 110 New Recitations and Readings No. 5
65. Ogilvie's 110 New Recitations and Readings No. 6
66. Ogilvie's 110 New Recitations and Readings No. 7
67. Philip Meyer's Scheme. A Story of Trades Unionism
68. Old Secrets and New Discoveries
69. Fifteen Hundred Conundrums
70. The Comic Cook Book and Dyspeptic's Guide to the Grave
71. My Official Husband; or, The Mystery of Hilliard Hall
72. Our Favorite Dishes
73. The Story of Telegraph Operator
74. Harry Sharpe, the New York Detective
75. The Man from the West. A Novel Descriptive of Adventure from the Chapparal to Wall street
76. Two Thousand Prize Jokes
77. The Rival Beauties
78. The Rejected Symbol
79. Moody's New Sermons
80. Moody's Latest Sermons
81. The Umbrella Mender
84. Saint and sinner; or, In passion's thraldom
85. A Change of Air
86. A Changed Man : and other stories
87. One Hundred Bear Stories
88. Passing through the Ordeal
89. A Bachelor in Search of a Wife
90. Royal Gems
91. All About Burns
92. The Everyday Educator
93. The Catherwood Mystery
94. The Money Problem; or, Bi-metallism vs. a single gold standard
95. The Flirt to Death
96. The Georgie Papers
97. Georgie's Book
99. Reflections of a Bachelor
101. Quo Vadis
102. The new cosmogony; or, The electric theory of creation
102. White Dandy; or, Master and I : a horse's story : a companion to "Black Beauty"
103. The Fate of a Soldier
106. The City of Dreadful Night and other stories
107. Nathan Hale, the Martyr Spy
109. Billy Brays, the King's Son
110. Life and Sermons of Dwight L. Moody
112. Some Great Cause
113. Our National Need; or, Let Us All Divide Up and Start Even
114. Early Conversion
116. Palliser's Modern Buildings
117. Francesca De Rimini
118. The Fat Mascot
119. The Fatal Wedding
120. Letters of an American Countess to Her Friend
121. For Her Children's Sake. From a Play
122. Wee Macgreegor
123. A Desperate Chance. From a Play
125. The Little Church Around the Corner. From a Play
127. Only a Shop Girl. From a Play
129. Child slaves of New York : a novel : founded upon the melodrama of the same name
130. Jew's Christian : being a story of life and love ; with side lights on the modern hypocrite
132. Corse Payton's joke book. Containing all the latest jokes, sayings, and happenings of this "merry mirth maker" during his stage career
133. Wedded, But No Wife. From a Play
134. Queen of the white slaves : a thrilling story, adapted from Arthur J. Lamb's famous play of the same name

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