The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Subject/Tag - Merchants

The Banner Weekly

Plucky Paul, The Boy Speculator; or, Going for Old Slink

Beadle's Dime Novels

310. Foghorn Phil, the king of the border, or, The secret foe

Beadle's Half-Dime Library

58. Foghorn Phil, the king of the border, or, The secret foe
118. The Gamin Detective; or, Willful Will, the Boy Clerk. A Story of the Centennial City
600. Deadwood Dick, Jr. in Coney Island, or, The "piping" of Polly Pilgrim
647. Typewriter Tilly, the merchant's ward, or, Amateur detective against professional
655. Plucky Paul, The Boy Speculator; or, Going for Old Slink

Beadle's New Dime Novels

153. Foghorn Phil, the king of the border, or, The secret foe

Beadle's New York Dime Library

55. The scalp-hunters
932. Orphan Nell, the Orange-Girl; or, The Lost Heir of the Livingstones, A Romance of City Life
951. Hoodwinked; or, Dead and Alive, A Tale of Man's Perfidy and Woman's Faith

Boys of New York

Smart & Co., the Boy Peddlers

Fame and Fortune Weekly

A Barrel of Coin; or, The Luck of a Boy Trader
Dollars and Cents; or From Cash Boy to Partner
First in the Field; or, Doing Business for Himself
Fred, the Faker; or, The Success of a Young Street Merchant
Playing a Lone Hand; or, The Boy Who Got the Gold
Striking It Rich; or, From Office Boy to Merchant Prince
Thrown on the World; or, Starting Business with a Dollar
The Way to Success; or, The Boy Who Got There
Will, the Waif; or, From Bootblack to Merchant

The Saturday Journal

The Gamin Detective; or, Willful Will, the Boy Clerk. A Story of the Centennial City
Hoodwinked; or, Dead and Alive, A Tale of Man's Perfidy and Woman's Faith
The Masked Miner; or, The Iron-Merchant's Daughter, A Tale of Pittsburgh
Orphan Nell, the Orange-Girl; or, The Lost Heir of the Livingstones, A Romance of City Life

Waverley Library (quarto edition)

20. Orphan Nell, the Orange-Girl; or, The Lost Heir of the Livingstones, A Romance of City Life

Wide Awake Library

665. The Shortys' country store
727. Muldoon's vacation
865. Smart & Co., the Boy Peddlers