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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.
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.
His last cent, or, How Joe Dutton made his fortune
by H. K. Shackleford., Caption title., "May 28, 1897."--Caption., Printed in double columns.
Matt Merry, or, The life of the school
by Capt. Will Dayton., Previously published as Five cent wide awake library, vol. 1, no. 586., Caption title., "April 30, 1897."--Caption., Printed in double columns.
The boy volunteers, or, The boss fire company of the town
by Ex-Fire-Chief Warden., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "May 9, 1923"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., "Billy reached inside and caught hold of the girl. She had fainted. He was strong, and in another minute he had her across his shoulder and was slowly descending with her. Wild hurrahs went up from the astonished people below."--Cover illustrated caption., Includes story, page 22: The vanishing of Val Vane, or, The troubles of a boy millionaire / by William Wade., Includes short article, pages 24-25: How to make a simple radio set., Previously printed as: Pluck and luck ; no. 500 and Pluck and Luck ; no. 33.
Young Jack Harkaway in the land of tigers
by Bracebridge Hemyng., Caption title., "September 18, 1896."--Caption., Printed in double columns.
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.
Loyal to the last, or, Fighting for the Stars and Stripes
by Gen'l James A. Gordon., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "Complete stories of adventure"--Caption., "May 24, 1922"--Caption., "There is one man present, Col. Mosby, who is innocent of the charge preferred against him, and there he stands," pointing at Harold. "How do you know he is innocent?" the rebel chief, whom everyone else feared, asked her."-- Cover illustrated caption., Includes story, page 22: Chased to China, or, How Dan saved his good name / by William Wade., Includes short story, pages 24-25: The midshipman's peril / by Paul Braddon., Previously printed in: Pluck and luck ; no. 450.
Young Jack Harkaway in Spain
Previously published as Five cent wide awake library, vol. 1, no. 364., Caption title., "January 10, 1896."--Caption., Printed in triple columns., Author name from Edward T. LeBlanc bibliography of story papers, dime novels, and libraries.
Tinker's man, Bogey
Previously published as Five cent wide awake library, vol. 1, no. 363., Caption title., "January 3, 1896."--Caption., Printed in triple columns., Author name from Edward T. LeBlanc bibliography of story papers, dime novels, and libraries.
Jack Harkaway in Australia
Previously published as Five cent wide awake library, vol. 1, no. 178., Caption title., "December 6, 1895."--Caption., Printed in triple columns., Author name from Edward T. LeBlanc bibliography of story papers, dime novels, and libraries.
$50,000 from a nickel, or, The boy who was lucky in stocks
by a Self-Made Man., Caption title., Illustrated paper covers in colors., "July 20, 1928.", "Stories of boys who make money.", Printed in double columns., With a few other short articles and fiction., Includes chapters III-IV of: Short stop Sam, or, The boss of the baseball boys / by Gaston Garne.
Back-Number Bixby, or, The boy who was up to the minute
by a Self-Made Man., Title from caption., Illustrated paper covers in colors., "May 25, 1928.", "Stories of boys who make money.", Printed in double columns., Includes part of a serial story: Truthful James, or, The boy who would not drink by Gaston Garne and several short articles.
Rob Rudder, the boy pilot of the Mississippi
by P. T. Raymond., Caption title., "March 25, 1893."--Caption., Printed in triple columns.
After the big blue stone, or, The treasure of the jungle
by a Self-made man., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., "May 7, 1926.", "Stories of boys who make money.", Printed in double columns., Self-made man is a pseud. for James Perkins Tracy. Also wrote under the name Beverly Kennon. Cf. Dime novel companion., Includes chapter XXIV of: True grit, or, An engineer at eighteen / by Gaston Garne., Includes several articles and a short story: Why I suspected her / by Ralph Fenton.
Among the fire worshipers, or, Two New York boys in Mexico
by Howard Austin., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "April 17, 1918"--Title page., "Stories of adventure"--Title page., Includes short story (page 23): Sent on the road, or, A smart boy in business / by J. P. Richards., Includes short story (page 26): Peary's boy guide, or, Icebound in the arctic / by William Wade., "The stock of Joe's rifle struck Loyola's head and he fell like a log, while the other, before he could defend himself, went down under a blow from Mickey's shillelah. With the cords dangling from his wrists, Tom stood looking from side to side in amazement."--Cover., Previously printed as: Pluck and luck ; no. 236.
Gerald O'Grady's grit, or, The branded Irish lad
by Allyn Draper., "December 19, 1917"--Cover., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "A fierce glare of hatred flashed from his eyes while he seized the cat-o'-nine tails. "Oscar Costello, I'll give you what you gave me, and with a vengeance and a half at that." And the next instant he raised the instrument of torture."--Cover., Includes short story (page 23): Hustling Joe Brown, or, The boy who kept the town alive / by William Wade., Includes short story (page 26): Out for money, or, A poor boy's chance in a big city / by J. P. Richards., Previously printed as: Pluck and luck ; no. 219.
A freak of fortune, or, The boy who struck luck
by a Self-made man., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., "March 27, 1925"--Caption., "Stories of boys who make money.", Printed in double columns., Self-made man is a pseud. for James Perkins Tracy. Also wrote under the name Beverly Kennon. Cf. Dime novel companion., Includes chapter X-XI of: Gus and the guide, or, Three weeks lost in the Rockies / by Gaston Garne.
Making money, or, A Wall Street messenger's luck
by a Self-Made Man., Title from caption., Illustrated paper covers., "March 6, 1925.", "Stories of boys who make money.", Printed in double columns., Includes chapter VII of a serial story: Gus and the guide, or, Three weeks lost in the Rockies by Gaston Garne and several short articles.
A mint of money, or, The young Wall Street broker
by a Self-Made Man., Title from caption., Illustrated paper covers in colors., "May 23, 1924.", "Stories of boys who make money.", Printed in double columns., Includes chapter V of a serial story: Rob and the reporters, or, Hustling for war news by wireless by Gaston Garne and several short articles
A boy money-maker, or, In Wall Street on his nerve
by a Self-Made Man., Title from caption., Illustrated paper covers in colors., "May 18, 1923.", "Stories of boys who make money.", Printed in double columns., Includes part of a serial story: Held down by poverty, or, A poor boy's struggle for success by Gaston Garne and a few short articles.
Dave and the diamond, or, The boy who came from Brazil
Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "October 23, 1912"--Title page., "Stories of adventure--Title page., Includes short story (p. 27-28): Misery Island / by John Sherman.
The haunted pioneer, or, Fighting for Texas
by "Noname.", Title from page 2., "March 3, 1886."--Caption., Printed in triple columns., Noname is a pseudonym for Senarens, Luis, 1863-1939--Edward T. LeBlanc memorial dime novel bibliography.
Frank Merriwell's talking dog, or, Faithful unto death
by Burt L. Standish., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "April 18, 1903"--Caption.
Dick Merriwell absent! or, The spook of the school
by Burt L. Standish., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "February 28, 1903"--Caption.