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Dumb Dick's pard, or, 'Liza Jane, the girl miner
[by E.L. Wheeler.], Cover title., "May 2, 1900.", Illustrated paper cover in color.
Dungeons of despair
Title from caption., Illustrated paper cover in color.
Ed, the errand boy, or, Working his way in the world
by Howard Austin., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "November 23, 1921"--Cover., "Complete stories of adventure"--Cover., "There, stretched upon the floor, lay Ben Bogley, white and still. Bending over him was Ralph Wylde, the bookkeeper. He was in the act of taking from the inside coat pocket of his young employer a package of greenbacks."--Cover illustrated caption., Includes story, page 22: The young mail carrier, or, The dangers of the postal road / by William Wade., Includes short story, pages 24-25: Found in the attic / by Col. Ralph Fenton., Previously printed as: Pluck and luck ; no. 424.
Ed, the errand boy, or, Working his way in the world
by Howard Austin., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "November 23, 1921"--Cover., "Complete stories of adventure"--Cover., "There, stretched upon the floor, lay Ben Bogley, white and still. Bending over him was Ralph Wylde, the bookkeeper. He was in the act of taking from the inside coat pocket of his young employer a package of greenbacks."--Cover illustrated caption., Includes story, page 22: The young mail carrier, or, The dangers of the postal road / by William Wade., Includes short story, pages 24-25: Found in the attic / by Col. Ralph Fenton., Previously printed as: Pluck and luck ; no. 424.
Facing the world, or, A poor boy's fight for fortune
by a Self-made man., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., "February 12, 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 chapters I-II of: True grit, or, An engineer at eighteen / by Gaston Garne.
Famous at fourteen, or, The boy who made a great name
by a Self-made man., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., "June 19, 1925.", "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 I of: Buckskin Bill, the cowboy prince, or, The rough riders of the ranch / by Gaston Garne.
First in the field, or, Doing business for himself
by a Self-made man., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., "April 24, 1925.", "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 chapters XVI-XVII of: Gus and the guide, or, Three weeks lost in the Rockies / by Gaston Garne.
Flying Floyd's great leap
Title from cover., Publisher information from advertisement inside front cover., Illustrated paper cover in color.
For king and freedom
Title from caption., Illustrated paper cover in color.
For Richard and the right
Title from caption., Illustrated paper cover in color.
Frank Merriwell vs. Fred Fearnot: Part 4
written especially for This Magazine by Ralph P. Smith, president H.H.B. and author of numerous special magazine articles, Cover title., "December, 1928.", Includes a joke titled: "Embarrassing moments."
Frank Merriwell vs. Fred Fearnot: Part 1
written especially for This Magazine by Ralph P. Smith, president H.H.B. and author of numerous special magazine articles, Cover title., "September, 1928.", Includes part of: Frank Reade Jr.'s "Warrior," or, Fighting Apaches in Arizona / by "Noname."
Frank Merriwell vs. Fred Fearnot: Part 3
written especially for This Magazine by Ralph P. Smith, president H.H.B. and author of numerous special magazine articles, Cover title., "November, 1928.", Includes part of: Frank Reade Jr.'s "Warrior," or, Fighting Apaches in Arizona / by "Noname."
Frank Merriwell vs. Fred Fearnot: Part 2
written especially for This Magazine by Ralph P. Smith, president H.H.B. and author of numerous special magazine articles, Cover title., "October, 1928.", Includes part of: Frank Reade Jr.'s "Warrior," or, Fighting Apaches in Arizona / by "Noname."
Fred Flame, The hero of Greystone, No. 1
by Ex-Fire Chief Warden., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "February 28, 1923"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., "They were burning in a dozen places. "Play the hose on me!" cried Fred through his trumpet. The hosemen immediately turned the nozzle in such a way as to throw a stream of water above him, so it would fall back upon him."--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 fight with ferocious Malay pirates / by Horace Appleton., Previously printed as: Pluck and luck ; no. 18.
Friendless Frank, or, The boy who became famous
by a Self-made man., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., "September 25, 1925.", "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 chapters XII-XIII of: Buckskin Bill, the cowboy prince, or, The rough riders of the ranch / by Gaston Garne.
From a dime to a million, or, A wide-awake Wall Street boy
by a Self-made man., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., "May 29, 1925.", "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 chapters XXI-XXIII of: Gus and the guide, or, Three weeks lost in the Rockies / by Gaston Garne.
From messenger to millionaire, or, A boy's luck in Wall Street
by a Self-made man., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., "July 10, 1925.", "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 chapters IV-V of: Buckskin Bill, the cowboy prince, or, The rough riders of the ranch / by Gaston Garne.
From newsboy to banker, or, Rob Lake's rise in Wall Street
by a Self-made man., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., "October 16, 1925.", "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 XXII of: Buckskin Bill, the cowboy prince, or, The rough riders of the ranch / by Gaston Garne.
From rags to riches, or, A lucky Wall Street messenger
by a Self-made man., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., "January 23, 1925.", "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 I of: Gus and the guide, or, Three weeks lost in the Rockies / by Gaston Garne.
From the jaws of destruction
Title from caption., Illustrated paper cover in color.
Give him a chance, or, How Tom Curtis won his way
by Howard Austin., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "September 26, 1917"--Title page., "Stories of adventure"--Title page., Includes short story (page 23): Out for money, or, A poor boy's chance in a big city / by J. P. Richards., Includes short story (page 26): Hustling Joe Brown, or, The boy who kept the town alive / by William Wade., "Tom sprang out upon the fearful, whirling mass of logs. On and on he went, gradually drawing nearer the girl, who was struggling for life amid the moving logs"--Cover., Previously printed as: Pluck and luck ; no. 207
Gold Gulch, or, Pandy Ellis' last trail
by an Old Scout., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "March 9, 1921"--Cover., "Complete stories of adventure"--Cover., "He was thrown to the ground. At this instant a crowd of men came pouring from The Road to Ruin. Some of them bore lamps, and a hoarse shout went up when they discovered old Bolly Wherrit seated astride the reckless road agent."--Cover., Includes story, page 22: Charlie Chaplin's courage, or, The boy who took care of his mother / by William Wade., Includes short story, pages 24-25: The mad kidnapper / by Horace Appleton., Previously printed as: Pluck and luck ; no. 387.
Gold Rifle and Tiger Track
Title from cover., Publisher information from advertisement inside front cover., Illustrated paper cover in color.
Gold rifle, the sharpshooter, or, The boy detective of the Black Ranch
by Edward L. Wheeler., Cover title., "June 14, 1899.", Illustrated paper cover in color.