The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Subject/Tag - Fire fighters and firefighting stories

Beadle's Half-Dime Library

501. Boots, the boy fireman, or, Too sharp for the sharper

Beadle's New York Dime Library

771. Prince John, detective special, or, Unmasking the Frisco fire-fiends

Boys of New York

The American Boy Fireman; or, The Pride of the Volunteers
Boy Volunteers; or, The Boss Fire Company of the Town
Columbia; or, The Young Firemen of Glendale
A Fireman at 16
Frank Firm, the Young Fireman; or, Through Flame and Smoke
Fred Flame, the Brave Boy Fireman
Harry Hook, the boy fireman of no. 1, or, Always at his post
Hook and Ladder Jack, the Daring Young Fireman
Hook and Ladder No. 2
The Phantom Fireman; or, The Mystery of Mark Howland's Life
Phil, the Boy Fireman; or, Through Flame to Victory
Resolute No. 10; or, The Boy Fire Company of Fulton. An Exciting Story of Fireman Life
Still Alarm Sam, the Daring Boy Fireman; or, Sure to Be on Hand
Wide awake Will, the plucky boy fireman of no. 3, or, Fighting the flames for fame and fortune

Pluck and Luck

Hero forty-four, or, The boy fireman of Ashland
Liberty Hose, or, The pride of Plattsville
The midnight alarm, or, The boys of old no. 9
Number 6, or, The young firemen of Carbondale
Through smoke and flame, or, The rival firemen of Irvington
Tom Barry of Barrington, or, The hero of no. 4
1. Dick Decker, the brave young fireman
99. Joe Jeckel, the prince of firemen
204. Still Alarm Sam, the Daring Boy Fireman; or, Sure to Be on Hand
228. Hook and Ladder No. 2
240. Hook and Ladder Jack, the Daring Young Fireman
252. Harry Hook, the boy fireman of no. 1, or, Always at his post
269. Wide awake Will, the plucky boy fireman of no. 3, or, Fighting the flames for fame and fortune
279. High Ladder Harry, the young fireman of Freeport, or, Always at the top
403. Mazeppa no. 2, the boy fire company of Carlton, or, Plucky work on ladder and line
411. "Old Put," or, The fire boys of Brandon
421. Edgewood no. 2, or, The only boy in the fire company
438. Tom Barry of Barrington, or, The hero of no. 4