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Deadwood Dick's dozen, or, The fakir of Phantom Flats
by Edward L. Wheeler., Illustrated paper cover in color.
Deadwood Dick's dream, or, The rivals of the road
by Edw. L. Wheeler., Cover title., "Dec. 13, 1899.", Illustrated paper cover in color.
Deadwood Dick's mission, or, Cavie, the kidnapped boy
[by E.L. Wheeler.], Cover title., "May 9, 1900.", Illustrated paper cover in color.
Deadwood Dick's strange duel
Title from cover., Publisher information from advertisement inside front cover., Illustrated paper cover in color.
Deadwood Dick's ward, or, The Black Hills Jezebel
by Edw. L. Wheeler., Cover title., "Dec. 20, 1899.", Illustrated paper cover in color.
Deadwood Dick, the prince of the road, or, The black rider of the Black Hills
by Edward L. Wheeler., Cover title., Illustrated paper cover in color.
Death Shadow, the Forest King, or, The Indian girl's victim
by Duke Cuyler., Caption title., "May 12, 1892"--Cover., Illustrated paper cover., Publisher's advertisements on back cover., Pagination is inclusive of cover., Printed in double columns., "Duke Cuyler" was a pseudonym used by Arthur Livermore Meserve.
Death-trailer, the scourge of the Plain Crees
by Jos. E. Badger., Illustrated paper cover in color., Sequel to: The Lone chief.
Denver Doll's device, or, The detective queen
[by E.L. Wheeler]., Cover title., "Mar. 14, 1900.", Illustrated paper cover in color.
Denver Doll's mine, or, Little Bill's big loss
[by Edward L. Wheeler.], Cover title., "Apr. 4, 1900.", Illustrated paper cover in color.
Denver Doll's partner, or, Big Buckskin, the sport
[by Edward L. Wheeler.], Cover title., "Mar. 28, 1900.", Illustrated paper cover in color.
Despard, the spy, or, The fall of Montreal
by W.J. Hamilton., Illustrated paper cover in orange and black., Frontispiece engraved by Nathaniel Orr., Later edition published under titles: The French spy; and Iron-Nerve Despard., Sequel to: The silent slayer.
Dick Drew, the miner's son, or, Apollo Bill, the road-agent
by Edw. L. Wheeler., Cover title., "Feb. 7, 1900.", Illustrated paper cover in color.
Dick Hadley's mine, or, The boy gold diggers of Mexico
by a Self-made man., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., "January 29, 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 XIX-XXI of: Harry the half-back, or, A footballist for fair / by Gaston Garne.
Dick, "I will," or, The plucky fight of a boy orphan
by Allyn Draper., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "May 7, 1924"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., "Never stopping to think what the result might be, he gathered his muscles together, and with a swift, agile bound was upon the hideous serpent. His face was actually bloodless-his eyes gleaming-his teeth set."--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. 552.
Dingle, the outlaw, or, The secret slayer
by Edwin Emerson., Illustrated paper cover in color., Originally published under title: The secret slayer., Later editions published under title: Sharp-shooter Sam., "May 26, 1885"--Johannsen, Albert. Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels.
Dingle, the outlaw, or, The secret slayer
by Edwin Emerson., Illustrated paper cover in color., Originally published under title: The secret slayer., Later editions published under title: Sharp-shooter Sam.
Driven apart, or, The trip of the Daisy
by Captain Thos. H. Wilson., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "November 21, 1923"--Cover., "Stories of adventure"--Cover., "Before he could shoot at Don he received a kick that drew a groan of agony from his lips, sent the pistol flying and rolled him down the hill, with Silas after him. Don jumped up and seized the weapon."--Cover illustrated caption., Includes story, page 22: Breaking the record, or, Around the world in thirty-three days / by William Wade.
Driven ashore in lost latitudes, or, The strange story of the Skeleton Island
by Capt. Thos. H. Wilson., Caption title., Illustrated paper cover in colors., Printed in double columns., "August 9, 1922"--Cover., "Complete stories of adventure"--Cover., "Then a flash of vivid lightning showed to all as plain as day the form of a man on the after rail. One moment he wavered there. Then another flash showed him falling into the sea."--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: A locomotive hero / by D. W. Stevens.
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.
Eagle Eye, or, Ralph Warren and his red friend
by W.J. Hamilton., Later edition published under title: Pat, the plucky sergeant., Illustrated paper cover in orange and black., Frontispiece engraved by Nathaniel Orr.
Eagle Plume, the white avenger
by Albert W. Aiken., Illustrated paper cover in color., "July 24, 1877"--Johannsen, Albert. Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels.
Eagle Plume, the white avenger
by Albert W. Aiken., Illustrated paper cover in orange and black.