Frank Merriwell's find, or, The waif of the train
Author of "Frank Merriwell"
Street & Smith, 29 Rose St.
Tip top weekly
Tip top weekly ; vol. I, no. 48
Detective and mystery stories
Toots (Fictitious character)--FictionMerriwell, Frank (Fictitious character)--FictionDiamond, Jack (Fictitious character)--FictionRattleton, Harry (Fictitious character)--FictionMissing persons--Investigation--FictionMissing children--FictionKidnapping--Investigation--FictionAfrican Americans--FictionDueling--FictionInfants--Care--FictionAbandoned children--FictionHartford (Conn.)--FictionSpringfield (Mass.)
Printed in double columns.
"March 13, 1897."--Caption.
Illustrated paper wrappers.
Title from cover.
Includes departments (pages 29 and 31): Talks with Tip Top readers -- Correspondence -- Comic column -- Exchange bureau -- Applause.
Includes short articles (pages 29 and 30): Fads and fashions in collecting stamps, and curious ways of mounting them -- Hunting big game : no. 2.--Besieged by a lion.
Includes poem (page 30): The full back.
"Author of Frank Merriwell" is Burt L. Standish.
Illustrated paper wrappers in color.
Merriwell Collection. Rare Books and Special Collections, Northern Illinois University.
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