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Bulling the market, or, The messenger who worked a corner
by a Self-made man., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., "April 30, 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 XXI-XXIII of: True grit, or, An engineer at eighteen / by Gaston Garne., Includes a short story entitled: Taken by a pretty face.
Buffalo Ben, the prince of the pistol, or, Deadwood Dick in disquise
by Edward L. Wheeler., Cover title., "April 5, 1899.", Illustrated paper cover in color., Printed in double columns.
Buckhorn Bill, or, The red rifle team
by Edward L. Wheeler., Caption title., "June 7, 1899.", Illustrated paper cover in color., Printed in double columns.
Buckhorn Bill and the moonshiners
Title from cover., Publisher information from advertisement inside front cover., Illustrated paper cover in color.
Buck Hawk, detective, or, The messenger boy's fortune
by Edward L. Wheeler., Cover title., "Apr. 18, 1900.", Illustrated paper cover in color., Printed in double columns.
Broker Brown's boy, or, A tough lad from Missouri
by a Self-made man., Caption title., "December 16, 1921.", 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: Daring Dan Dobson, or, The boy who beat the moonshiners / by Gaston Garne., Includes short story: How a plan was cleverly blocked / by Paul Braddon.
Broker Bob, or, The youngest operator in Wall Street
by H. K. Shackleford., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "April 9, 1919"--Title page., "Stories of adventure"--Title page., "Bob dashed a chair in his face and then tried to escape from the room. The man headed him off and they went down on the floor together. Quincy was a stalwart man. He seized the assailant by the collar."--Cover., Includes short story (page 24): Lucky Joe Brown, or, The smartest boy in New York / by J. P. Richards., Includes short story (page 25): After black diamonds, or, The boys of coal shaft no. 3 / by William Wade., Previously printed as: Pluck and luck ; no. 287.
Branded by a curse
by Lieut. Preston Graham., Caption title., "January 1, 1891"--Cover., Illustrated paper cover., Publisher advertisements at end., Printed in double columns., Pagination inclusive of cover.
Boy pards, or, Making a home on the border
by an Old scout., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "April 16, 1919"--Title page., "Stories of adventure"--Title page., Includes short story (page 24): Lucky Joe Brown, or, The smartest boy in New York / by J. P. Richards., Includes short story (page 25): After black diamonds, or, The boys of coal shaft no. 3 / by William Wade., "He hastened to draw the canoe up. No sooner had he done this when suddenly from the forest along the river bank a score of Black Feet appeared. They closed in upon the young hunter."--Cover.
Bound to rise, or, Fighting his way to success
by a Self-made man., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., "November 7, 1924.", "Stories of boys who make money.", Self-made man is a pseud. for James Perkins Tracy. Also wrote under the name Beverly Kennon. Cf. Dime novel companion., Includes chapter XIII of: Rob and the reporters, or, Hustling for war news by wireless / by Gaston Garne.
Bound to make money, or, From the West to Wall Street
by a Self-made man., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., "February 20, 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: Gus and the guide, or, Three weeks lost in the Rockies / by Gaston Garne.
Bound to make his mark, or, Running a moving picture show
by a Self-made man., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., "July 7, 1922.", "Stories of boys who make money.", Printed in double columns., Includes chapters XVIII-XIX of: Daring Dan Dobson, or, The boy who beat the moonshiners / by Gaston Garne., Includes some articles and the short story: A combat in the dark / by Kit Clyde.
Bound to get the cash, or, Out for a million in Wall Street
by a Self-made man., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., "February 18, 1921.", "Stories of boys that make money.", Printed in double columns., Includes chapter II of: A lawyer at nineteen, or, Fighting against a fraud / by Gaston Garne., Includes some articles and the short story: The "white death" / by Paul Braddon.
Bound to get rich, or, How a Wall Street boy made money
by a Self-made man., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., "September 18, 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: Buckskin Bill, the cowboy prince, or, The rough riders of the ranch / by Gaston Garne.
Boss Bob, the king of bootblacks, or, The pawnbrokers plot
by Edward L. Wheeler., Caption title., "Sept. 27, 1899.", Illustrated paper cover in color., Printed in double columns.
Bonanza Bill, the man tracker, or, The secret twelve
by Edward L. Wheeler., Caption title., "Sept. 6, 1899.", Illustrated paper cover in color., Printed in double columns.
Bold Bertie, the wild boy of the woods
by Edwin Harcourt., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover., "October 23, 1890"--Cover., Printed in double columns., Pagination is inclusive of cover., Publisher's advertisements on back cover.
Bob Woolf, the border ruffian, or, The girl dead-shot
by Edward L. Wheeler., Caption title., "May 10, 1899.", Illustrated paper cover in color., Printed in double columns.
Bob the waif, a story of life in New York
by Howard Austin., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "November 28, 1923"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., "Bob tipped the cask over, and with the assistance of his fellow-apprentices they pulled the drunken cooper out, and carried him to a shed where they placed him on some shavings to sleep off his jag undisturbed by anybody."--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. 36.
Blonde Bill, or, Deadwood Dick's home base
by Edward L. Wheeler., Caption title., "Oct. 11, 1899.", Illustrated paper cover in color., Printed in double columns.
Billy, the cabin boy, or, The treasure of Skeleton Island
by a Self-made man., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., "February 26, 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 IV-VI of: True grit, or, An engineer at eighteen / by Gaston Garne., Includes a short story entitled: Cowboy and his outfit / by Paul Braddon.
Billy Staver, the boy fireman
by Charles Barnard., Caption title., "August 4, 1892"--Cover., Illustrated paper cover., Publisher's advertisements on back cover., Pagination is inclusive of cover., Printed in double columns.
Benson's new boy, or, Whooping up the Wall Street market
by a Self-made man., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., "January 6, 1928.", "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 XIV-XV of: Ninety degrees South, or, Lost in the land of ice / by Gaston Garne., Includes short story: A strange adventure.
Ben Bassford's luck, or, Working on Wall Street tips
by a Self-made man., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., "September 4, 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 XIV of: Buckskin Bill, the cowboy prince, or, The rough riders of the ranch / by Gaston Garne.
Beating the market, or, A boy broker's big deal
by a Self-made man., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., "February 11, 1921.", "Stories of boys that make money.", Printed in double columns., Includes chapter II of: A lawyer at nineteen, or, Fighting against a fraud / by Gaston Garne., Includes some articles and the short story: The mystery of the lighthouse / by Horace Appleton.