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The phantom fireman, or, The mystery of Mark Howland's life
by Ex-Fire-Chief Warden., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "July 23, 1924"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., "Mark glared at the fireman with a feeling of amazement that can be better imagined than described. He recognized him as a specter whose face was strangely familiar. With a face ashen-hued, he quickly descended the ladder."--Cover illustration caption., Includes story, page 22: The boy behind the bar, or, The terrible stories he told / by William Wade., Previously printed as: Pluck and luck ; no. 50., Curren news, radio news, etc.: p. 21-[29].
The dark sons of Ireland, or, Plotting under the Shannon water
by Allan Arnold., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "July 9, 1924"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., "Replacing the mask, the woman seized the old veteran by the shoulder, crying: "Will you not dance with me, Colonel Bell? Remember Bullah." With a yell that resounded throughout the whole tunnel, the old veteran sprang on the table."--Cover illustration caption., Includes story, page 22: The boy behind the bar, or, The terrible stories he told / by William Wade.
Phil, the boy fireman, or, Through flames to victory
by Ex-Fire-Chief Warden., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "December 26, 1923"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., " Phil was sick and faint, but he had strength enough left to lift Mrs. Dunton's unconscious form out upon the ladder. Brave Jack Rodney was there ready to receive her and he shouted: "Did you find her, Phil?" "Yes, Jack." "--Cover illustrated caption., Includes story, page 22: Breaking the record, or, Around the world in thirty-three days / by William Wade., Previously printed as: Pluck and luck ; no. 71.
Tick Tack, the messenger boy, or, Sharp work for a million
by Robert Lennox., Caption title., "August 20, 1897."--Caption., Printed in double columns.
From errand boy to lawyer, or, Bound to be at the top
by R. T. Emmet., Caption title., "July 9, 1897."--Caption., Printed in double columns.
Billy Button, the young clown and bareback rider
by Lieut. E. H. Kellogg., Title from page 2., "June 25, 1897."--Caption., Printed in triple columns.
100 feet above the housetops, or, The mystery of the old church steeple
by Allyn Draper., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "September 26, 1923"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., "Now for it!" said Ben Bramble, springing to Sandy's side and severing his bonds with a few swift strokes of his knife. Almost instantly the young clerk was free and, and he started with Ben Bramble to leave the cave."--Cover illustrated caption., Includes story, page 22: Breaking the record, or, Around the world in thirty-three days / by William Wade.
Lost in the great basin, or, The wonderful underground city
by an Old scout., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "April 4, 1923"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., Includes story, page 22: The vanishing of Val Vane, or, The troubles of a boy millionaire / by William Wade., Includes short story, pages 24-25: The secret of the cross of gold / by Alexander Armstrong., [5] pages of advertisements.
The mad hunter, or, The mystery of the beaver dam
by Captain Will Dayton., Title from page 2., "November 13, 1896."--Caption., Printed in double columns.
Shiner, the New-York bootblack, or, The secret of a boy's life
by Allan Arnold., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "February 7, 1923"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., "Swinging his box suddenly around by its strap, he sent the fellow's cane flying into a far corner of the room. It fell with a metallic ring, and seemed to come apart, although Shiner did not see this."--Cover illustrated caption., Includes story, page 22: The vanishing of Val Vane, or, The troubles of a boy millionaire / by William Wade., Includes short story, pages 24-25: A red trail / by Alexander Armstrong., [4] pages of advertisements.
Master of himself, or, A boy's fight in the world
by Commodore Ah-Look., Previously published as Five cent wide awake library, vol. 1, no. 134., Caption title., "May 22, 1896."--Caption., Printed in triple columns.
Chased around the world, or, The detective's mistake
by a New York detective., Caption title., "May 15, 1896."--Caption., Printed in triple columns.
Ferret, the little detective, or, The man of many faces
by Police Captain Howard., Caption title., "May 8, 1896."--Caption., Printed in triple columns.
Jack Harkaway and the Black Band
Previously published as Five cent wide awake library, vol. 1, no. 80., Caption title., "July 19, 1895."--Caption., Printed in triple columns., Author name from Edward T. LeBlanc bibliography of story papers, dime novels, and libraries.
Lighthouse Lem, or, The mystery of Deadman's Reef
by An old sea captain., Previously published as Five cent wide awake library, vol. 1, no. 422., Title from page 2., "March 29, 1895."--Caption., Printed in double columns.
North Woods Tom, the athlete hunter
by Kit Clyde., Title from page 2., "March 15, 1895."--Caption., Printed in double columns., Previously published as Five cent wide awake library, vol. 1, no. 523.
Under the gallows
by a U.S. detective., Caption title., "February 3, 1894."--Caption., Printed in triple columns., Previously published as Five cent wide awake library vol. 1, no. 228., A U. S. Detective is a pseudonym for Hanshew, Thomas W., 1857-1914--The Edward T. LeBlanc memorial dime novel bibliography.
Rob Rudder, the boy pilot of the Mississippi
by P. T. Raymond., Caption title., "March 25, 1893."--Caption., Printed in triple columns.
Adrift in a haunted lake, or, The mystery of a lost war-ship
by Roger Starbuck., Caption title., "November 5, 1892."--Caption., Printed in double columns.
The mysterious man of the mountain
by P. T. Raymond., Caption title., "October 8, 1892."--Caption., Printed in double columns.
The young Rip van Winkle
by Allan Arnold., Caption title., "March 26 1892."--Caption., Printed in double columns.
The merry ten, or, The shadows of a social club
by Jno B. Dowd., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "September 25, 1918"--Title page., "Stories of adventure"--Title page., "Suddenly, with a wild yell Jenkins sprang upon the table among the dishes and bottles. The next moment he half crouched, and gazed towards a half opened door, as though his very soul was in his eyes. A deathly pallor o'erspread his features"--Cover., Also printed in: The Boys' star library, no. 237., Printed previously as: Pluck and luck ; no. 259., Includes short story (page 24): Sent on the road, or, A smart boy in business / by J. P. Richards., Includes short story (page 27): Peary's boy guide, or, Icebound in the arctic / by William Wade.
"7" of dismal swamp
by Gus Williams., Title from page 2., "April 11, 1891"--Caption., Printed in triple columns.
Number 6, or, The young firemen of Carbondale
by Ex-Fire Chief Warden., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "January 19, 1916"--Title page., "Stories of adventure"--Title page., Includes short story (page 23): Bowery Ben, or, The boy without a name / by J. P. Richards., Includes short story (page 26): "A. J." from Jayville, or, The boy who was lost in the bowery / by William Wade., "The men of No.6 turned the corner on a run, with Lou, trumpet to his mouth, in front. They saw that the fire was in one of a row of tall houses further down the street."--Cover., Previously printed as, Pluck and luck ; no. 11.
Joe Wiley, the young temperance lecturer
by Jno. B. Dowd., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "March 10, 1915"--Title page., "Stories of adventure"--Title page., "His very first sentence attracted and kept the attention of the immense audience. His voice had a clear, ringing tone that reached to every corner of the great hall."--Cover., Includes short story (page 23): Jumping Jack, the boy acrobat, or, Leaping into luck / by William Wade., Includes short story (page 26): Hurricane Hal, or, The boy who was born at sea / by J. P. Richards.