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Beadles Boy's Library of Sport, Adventures of Buffalo Bill From Boyhood to Manhood, 1881

Dime Novels and Penny Dreadfuls, 1867-1906

Inventory

Prepared by Richard Wisneski, May 30, 2004
2 record storage boxes, 2 cubic feet, 11th floor


Historical Note

Dime novels first appeared on the American literary scene in 1860 with the publication of Beadles Dime Novels No. 1, "Malaeska, the Indian Wife of the White Hunter," by Ann S. Stephens (1813-1886). Numerous dime and half-dime publications soon flooded the market. Irwin Beadle was the first publisher to issue cheap paper covered novels in continuous series. The term dime novels had little reference to the price at which they booklets were sold, but it was applied especially to any "sensational detective" or "blood-and-thunder" novel in pamphlet form.

Erasmus Beadle (1821-1894) published popular songbooks and a number of dime novels, with heroes such as Nick Carter and Deadwood Dick. His "Dime Novels" monopolized the popular literature field for much of the latter half of the 19th century. Subject matter for the stories included the historical frontier of early New York, Ohio and Kentucky, the contemporary frontier of the prairie and of gold mining in the west, sea stories, historical tales of the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812 and of the colonial wars. During the 1870s through the 1890s, city stories (stories of street boys and gamins who made their way up in the world) flourished, particularly those of Horatio Alger, Jr.

Beadle issued at different times about twenty-five series of novels, seven story papers and magazines, and innumerable handboks, songbooks, dialogues, speakers, baseball books, and so on.

By 1891, new "libraries" of other publishers proliferated. In 1891, the Nick Carter Library and Gem Library appeared, followed by others such as the Bob Brooks Library (1893), Tip Top Library (1896), and the Diamond Dick Library (1896). By 1937, most dime and half-dime novel publishers folded.


Sources
  • Hoppenstand, Gary. Ed. (1982). The Dime Novel Detective. Bowling Green: Bowling Green University Popular Press.
  • Johannsen, Albert (1950). The House of Beadle & Adams and its Dimeand Nickel Novels:The Story of a Vanished Literature, Vols 1-3. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. Also available on the web: http:www.niulib.edu/badndp/bibindex.html

Scope and Content

This collection consists of numerous texts from several different series, listed below. Each series is arranged chronologically.

Box 1 Box 2

Box 1

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Beadles Boy's Library of Sport, Story and Adventure (Quarto Edition)
  1. Ingraham, Col. Prentiss. Adventures of Buffalo Bill From Boyhood to Manhood. Deeds of Daring and Romantic Incidents in the Life of Wm. F. Cody, the Monarcdh of BordermenBeadle's Boys Library of Sport, Story, and Adventure (Quarto Edition),1, December 14, 1881.
  2. Eyster, Prof. Wm. R.A Rolling Stone. Incidents in the Career on Sea and Land as Boy and Man of Col. Prentiss Ingraham Beadles Boy's Library of Sport, Story, and Adventure (Quarto Edition), 13, March 8, 1882.
  3. Ingraham, Col. Prentiss. California Joe, The Mysterious Plainsman. Beadle's Boy's Library of Sport, Story, and Adventure (Quarto Edition), 54, December 20, 1882.
  4. Starbuck, Roger.The Boy Prospector. Beadle's Boys Library of Sport, Story, and Adventure, 104, April 10, 1886.
  5. Hamilton, W. J. Kit Burt's Mask. Beadle's Boys Library of Sport,Story, and Adventure (Octavo Edition), 206, March 24, 1888.

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Beadle's Dime Dialogues
  1. Beadle's Dime Dialogues, 6. The Libel Suit. April 28, 1867.
  2. Beadle's Dime Dialogues, 11. Masterpiece. Jan. 6, 1872. (2 copies)
  3. Beadle's Dime Dialogues, 13. A Curbstone Moral. Dec. 14, 1872
  4. Beadle's Dime Dialogues, 21. Wit against Wit March 19, 1878.
  5. Beadle's Dime Dialogues, 28.An Agreeable Profession. May 7, 1881.
  6. Beadle's Dime Dialogues, 30. A Fortunate Mistake. Feb. 24, 1882.

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Beadle's Dime Novels
  1. Stephens, Ann S. Sybil Chase; or, The Valley Ranche. A Tale of California Life.Beadle's Dime Novels, 21, April 15, 1861.
  2. Iron, N.C. The Maid of Esopus; or, The Trials and Triumphs of the Revolution. Beadle's Dime Novels, 22, May 1, 1861.
  3. Ellis, Edward S. The Phantom Horseman; or, The Mad Hunter of the Mohawk.Beadle's Dime Novels, 190, Nov. 9, 1869.
  4. Willett, Edward. The Gray Scalp; or, The Blackfoot Brave. Beadle's Dime Novels, 205, June 7, 1870.
  5. Badger, Joseph E. Jr. The Outlaw Ranger; or, The Old Hunter's Last Trail. A Romance of the Missouri Settlements. Beadle's Dime Novels, 254, April 23, 1872.

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Beadle's Frontier Series
  1. Small, George G. The Silent Trapper. Beadle's Frontier Series, 34.
  2. Meserve, Arthur L. Trapper Joe. Beadle's Frontier Series, 55.
  3. Hamilton, W. J. Tuscaloosa Sam. Beadle's Frontier Series, 60.
  4. Jones, Augustus L. Mad Mike. Beadle's Frontier Series, 70.
  5. Springer, J. Big Hearted Joe, An Indian Tale. Beadle's Frontier Series,72.
  6. Fletcher, Samuel.The Blazing Arrow. Beadle's Frontier Series, 73.
  7. Carleton, Capt. L. C. The Hunter Scouts. Beadle's Frontier Series, 74.
  8. Wheeler, R. L. The Scout of Long Island. Beadle's Frontier Series, 75.
  9. Carleton, Capt. L. C. Turkey Foot. Beadle's Frontier Series, 76.
  10. Lamorie, Louis. The Death Rangers. Beadle's Frontier Series, 77.
  11. Carleton, Capt. L. C. Bullet Head. Beadle's Frontier Series, 78.
  12. Carleton, Capt. L. C. The Twin Trappers. Beadle's Frontier Series, 80.
  13. Ingram, Col. Prentiss. Hank Jasper. Beadle's Frontier Series, 87.
  14. Fletcher, Samuel. Black Samson. Beadle's Frontier Series, 89.

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Beadle's Half-Dime Library
  1. Wheeler, Edward L. Deadwood Dick, the Prince of the Road. Beadle's Half Dime Library, v. 1, no. 1. Oct. 15, 1877
  2. Ellis, Edward S. Seth Jones, or The Captives of the Frontier. Beadle's Half Dime Library, no. 8. Nov. 9, 1877
  3. Wheeler, Edward L. Gold Rifle, The Sharpshooter. Beadle's Half Dime Library, v. 3, no. 69. Nov. 19, 1878.
  4. Buntline, Ned. Red Ralph, The River Rover,. Beadle's Half Dime Library, no. 350, April 8, 1884 (2 copies)
  5. Ingraham, Colonel Prentiss. Pawnee Bill, the Prairie Shadower. Beadle's Half Dime Library, no. 560, April 17, 1888.
  6. Pierce, Jo. The Covers and Blinds of Gotham. Beadle's Half Dime Library, v. 27, no. 726, June 23, 1891.
  7. Jenks, George C. Beaten on Every Side. Beadle's Half Dime Library,v. 29, no. 736, September 1, 1891.
  8. Harbaugh, T. C. Breaking the Meshes of the Golden Coil. Beadle's Half Dime Library, v. 39, no. 742, October 13, 1891.
  9. Payne, Harold. Hook and Ladder 6. Beadle's Half Dime Library, v. 38, no. 984, June 2, 1896.
  10. Pierce, Jo. Paul the Warf-rat. Beadle's Half Dime Library, v. 38, no. 987, June 23, 1896.
  11. Ingraham, Colonel Prentiss. Buffalo Bill's Drop. Beadle's Half Dime Library, no. 995 August 18, 1896.
  12. Ingraham, Colonel Prentiss. Buffalo Bill's Sure Shots. Beadle's Half Dime Library, no. 1007, November 10, 1896.
  13. Ingraham, Co. Prentiss. Buffalo Bill's Texan Team. Beadle's Half Dime Library, no. 1013 December 22, 1896.
  14. Bill, Buffalo. Kansas King . Beadle's Half Dime Library, no. 1038, June 15, 1897.
  15. Ingraham, Colonel Prentiss. Gold Plume, the Boy Bandit. Beadle's Half Dime Library, no. 1046, August 10, 1897.
  16. Burnes, Edward Gaines. The League of Seven. Beadle's Half Dime Library,v. 42, no. 1076, April, 1898.
  17. Fort, Frank. Lion-Heart Lee's Lottery. Beadle's Half Dime Library, v. 42, no. 1082, October 1898.
  18. Waring, Marcus H. The Three Spotters' Duel in the Dark. Beadle's Half Dime Library, v. 42, no. 1084, 1891.
  19. Waring, Marcus H. The Three Spotters' Convict Client. Beadle's Half Dime Library, v. 42, no. 1088, April, 1899.
  20. Blake, Redmond. Lightening Leo, the Behind the Scenes Detective. Beadle's Half Dime Library, v. 42, no. 1091, July 1899.
  21. Waring, Marcus. The Three Spotters' Last Lay. Beadle's Half Dime Library, v. 43, no. 1095, November, 1899.

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Beadle's New York Dime Library
  1. Hall, Major S. S. Kit Carson, Jr., the Crack Shot of the West. Beadle's New York Dime Library, no. 3.
  2. Cody, Hon. Wm. F. Gold Bullet Sport; or, The Knights of the Overland. Beadle's New York Dime Library, no. 83. Dec. 17, 1879.
  3. Badger, Joseph E. Jr. Joaquin, The Terrible; or, The True History of the Three Bitter Blows that Changed an Honest Man to a Merciless Demon. Beadle's New York Dime Library, no. 165. Dec. 21, 1881.

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Beadle's Pocket Library
  1. Wheeler, E. L. Deadwood Dick on Deck; or, Calamity Jane, the Heroine of Whoop-Up A Story of Dakota. Beadle's Pocket Library, no. 57. Feb. 11, 1885.
  2. Ingraham, Colonel Prentiss. Wild Bill, The Pistol Prince, from Early Boyhood to His Tragic Death. Beadle's Pocket Library, no. 383. May 13, 1891.
  3. Ingraham, Colonel Prentiss. The Masked Avenger; or, Death on the Trail. A Tale of the Southwest Frontier. Beadle's Pocket Library, no. 443. July 6, 1892.

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Beadle's Pocket Novels
  1. Hamilton, W. J. Wild Nat, The Gulch Terror. Beadle'sPocket Novels,no. 165. Oct. 19, 1880.
  2. Thomas, Mrs. Henry J. Border Bessie. A Romance of the Kanawha. Beadle's Pocket Novels, no. 175. March 8, 1881.

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Beadle's Popular Library
  1. Wilder, William West. Wild Bill's Sable Pard; or, The Pirates of Peaceful Pocket. Beadle's Popular Library, no. 48. Feb. 24, 1892.

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Beadle's Dime Speakers
  1. Legrand, Dr. Louis, ed. Hail Columbia Speaker. Beadle's Speaker Series, no. 18. August 26, 1876

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Bob Brooks Library
  1. Train Wreckers Betrayed; or, Bob Brooks in Kansas. Bob Brooks Library, no. 27. 1893

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The Boys' Star Library
  1. "Noname." Jack Wright and His Electric Air Rocket. The Boys' Star Library, no. 341.

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Brave and Bold
  1. Alger, Horatio Jr. Adrift in New York. Brave and Bold, no. 45, October 31, 1903.

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The Campfire Library
  1. Hunter, Captain Marcy. Camps in the Rockies. The Campfire Library, no. 59, October 27, 1888.

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Challen's Dime
  1. Ganem, Slave of Love. Challen's Dime, Arabian Nights Entertainments, no. 5.

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The Champion Library
  1. Dana, Col. Dimon. Boston Bill. The Champion Library, no.11, December 10, 1881.

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Diamond Dick Library
  1. Lawson, W. B. Diamond Dick, Jr.'s Call Down. Diamond Dick Library, no. 175, March 7, 1896.
  2. Buntline, Ned. Wild Bill's Last Trail. Diamond Dick Library, no. 192, July 4, 1896.

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The Boys Best Weekly
  1. Lawson, W. B. Dashing Diamond Dick. Diamond Dick Jr. The Boys Best Weekly, no. 104, October 8, 1898.

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The Five Cent Wide Awake Library
  1. Jenardo, Don. The True Life of Billy the Kid. The Five Cent Wide Awake Library, 451, August 29, 1881.
  2. "Noname." Frank Reade and His Steam Man of the Plains. The Five Cent Wide Awake Library, 541, January 24, 1883.
  3. Travers, Col. J. M. Custer's Last Shot. The Five Cent Wide Awake Library, 1196, March 31, 1894.

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Frank Reade Library
  1. "Noname." Frank Reade, Jr. and His New Steam Man. Frank Reade Library, 1, September 24, 1892.
  2. "Noname." Frank Reade, Jr. and HIs Queen Clipper of the Clouds, Part 1. Frank Reade Library, 44, July 22, 1893.
  3. "Noname." Frank Reade, Jr. and His Queen Clipper of the Clouds, Part II. Frank Reade Library, 45, July 29, 1893.

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The Gem Library
  1. James, T. P. Rick, The Waif. The Gem Library, no. 9, December 26, 1891.
  2. Brown, Waldo. Cavalry Curt. The Gem Library, no. 11, January 9, 1892.
  3. Buffum, Carl C. Through the Earth. The Gem Library, no. 19, March 5, 1892.
  4. Atkinson, Lieut. W. H. At Bay in a Cavern. The Gem Library, no. 30, May 21, 1892.
  5. Downs, Lieut. Henry. Slippery Milt, The Scout. The Gem Library, no. 35, June 25, 1892.
  6. Buntling, Ned. Cool Ned, The Cyclone. The Gem Library, no. 1, April 4, 1896.
  7. Downing, Major Walter. Sharp Hart in St. Louis. The Gem Library, no. 3, April 18, 1896.
  8. James, T. P. Missouri Bill's Trust. The Gem Library, no. 4, April 25, 1896.
  9. Downing, Major. Human Wolves. The Gem Library, no. 7, May 16, 1896.
  10. Atkinson, Lieut. W. H. General Dixon's Boy Aide. The Gem Library, no. 8, May 23, 1896.
  11. Johnson, P. T. The Creole's Treachery. The Gem Library, no. 9, May 30, 1896.
  12. Zuri, Colonel. Giant Pete, The Trailer. The Gem Library, no. 10, June 6, 1896.
  13. Brocade, Beau. Lark, The Lawyer Shadow. The Gem Library, no. 12, June 20, 1896.
  14. Atkinson, Lieut. W. H. Walter Collier's Pluck. The Gem Library, no. 15, July 11, 1896.
  15. Brown, Waldo. Under Two Flags. The Gem Library, no. 16, July 18, 1896.
  16. Bernard, Louis, Sam, The Wharf-Rat. The Gem Library, no. 7, July 25, 1896.
  17. Rankin, Arthur A. The Gunboat Boys. The Gem Library, no. 18, August 1, 1896.
  18. Hand, M. Y. The Silent Avenger. The Gem Library, no. 22, August 29, 1896.
  19. Gray, Harold T. Captain Jack, The Union Spy. The Gem Library, no. 26, September 26, 1896.
  20. Bernard, Louis. Jerry, The Weasel. The Gem Library, no. 28, October 10, 1896.
  21. Wilson, George B. Lieutenant George Trellen. The Gem Library, no. 2, January 1, 1897.
  22. Redwing, Morris. Bruce Hardy on Deck. The Gem Library, no. 3, February 1, 1897.

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Box 2

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Little Chief Library
  1. Goode, George W.Fearless Fred. Little Chief Library, 215. Date missing.
  2. Wilton, Captain Mark. Silver Rifle. Little Chief Library, 195. June 4, 1886.
  3. Compton, Martin J.Fatal Arrow. Little Chief Library, 200. July 9, 1887.
  4. Largion, John C. Cap'n Joe. Little Chief Library, 133. March 27, 1889.
  5. Kyle, Professor Charles. Preston, The Spy. Little Chief Library, 140. May 15, 1889.
  6. Meredith, Leon. Ike, The Tree Walker. Little Chief Library, 142. May 29, 1889.
  7. Cobb, Weldon J., Jr. Old Sol, The Laughing Hunter. Little Chief Library, 144. June 12, 1889.
  8. Wilton, Captain Mark. Hernandez, The Hunchback. Little Chief Library, 150. July 24, 1889.
  9. Eyster, William R.Cool Carson. Little Chief Library, 151. July 31, 1889.
  10. Harbaugh, T. C.Silver Saul. Little Chief Library, 153. August 14, 1889.
  11. Burton, Major Andy. Dave, The Dusky Ranger. Little Chief Library, 162. October 16, 1889.
  12. Kennedy, John L. The Black Terror. Little Chief Library, 169. December 4, 1889.
  13. Wilton, Captain Mark. T'arin' Tornado from Texas. Little Chief Library, 171. December 18, 1889.
  14. Hoyt, Martin W. Long Tim. Little Chief Library, 182. March 5, 1890.
  15. Manly, Marline. Kit Carson's Last Bullet. Little Chief Library, 186. April 2, 1890.
  16. Manly, Marline. Kit Carson's Ghost. Little Chief Library, 187. April 9, 1890.
  17. Grant, Major A. F.Kit Carson's Foe. Little Chief Library, 188. April 16, 1890.
  18. Purvis, Miller. Desmond's Double. Little Chief Library, 193. May 21, 1890.
  19. Browne, G. Waldo. Shadowed by a Madman. Little Chief Library, 203. July 30, 1890.
  20. Meredith, Leon. Dashing Dan. Little Chief Library, 207. August 27, 1890.
  21. Senarens, Lu. Ready Roger. Little Chief Library, 216. October 29, 1890.
  22. Graham, Ned.Red Thunderbolt. Little Chief Library, 217. November 5, 1890.

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Log Cabin Library
  1. Badger, Jos. E., Jr. Gentleman Joe The Gilt-Edged Sport. Log Cabin Library, 159. March 31, 1892.
  2. Brentford, Burke. Rocky Mountain Sam. Log Cabin Library, 397. October 22, 1896.

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Harper's Franklin Square Library
  1. Baker, William M. The New Timothy. Harper's Franklin Square, 333. September 7, 1883.

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The Liberty Boys of '76
  1. Moore, Harry. The Libery Boys of "76." The Liberty Boys of "76", 1. January 4, 1901.
  2. Moore, Harry. The liberty Boys in a Snare. The Liberty Boys of "76", 41. October 11, 1901
  3. Moore, Harry. The Liberty Boys' Brave Rescue. The Liberty Boys of "76", 42. October 18, 1901.
  4. Moore, Harry. The Libery Boys and Rochambeau. The Liberty Boys of "76", 295. August 24, 1906.

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Morrison's Sensational Series
  1. Frank James on the Trail. Morrison's Sensational Series, 46. July 1, 1882.

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Miscellaneous
  1. Work and Win. "Fred Fearnot and Dom Paul." Feb. 16, 1900. No. 63.

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New York Detective Library
  1. The Haunted Churchyard. New York Detective Library, 371, January 4, 1890.
  2. Stevens, D.W., The James Boys in No Man's Land. The New York Detective Library, 438. April 18, 1891.
  3. Chased Over Three Continents. The New York Detective Library, 452. July 25, 1891.

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New York Five Cent Library
  1. Boxer, Billy. Yale Murphy, the Great Short -Stop. New York Five Cent Library, 87, June 30, 1894.

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Nick Carter Library
  1. The Counterfeiter's Gold Tooth. Nick Carter Library, 179, January 5, 1895.

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Nick Carter Weekly
  1. A thief Robs a Thief. Nick Carter Weekly, 240, August 3, 1901.
  2. Nick Carter's Dynamite Fiend. Nick Carter Weekly, 244, August 31, 1901.
  3. Nick Carter's Mysterious Case. Nick Carter Library, 248, May 2, 1896.
  4. Nick Carter's Adventures. Nick Carter Weekly, 250, October 12, 1901.
  5. Nick Carter's Adventures. Nick Carter Weekly, 251, October 19, 1901.
  6. Nick Carter's Adventures. Nick Carter Weekly, 255, November 16, 1901.
  7. Nick Carter's Adventures. Nick Carter Weekly, 256, November 23, 1901.
  8. Nick Carter's Adventures. Nick Carter Weekly, 257, November 30, 1901.
  9. Nick Carter's Adventures. Nick Carter Weekly, 258, December 7, 1901.
  10. Nick Carter's Adventures. Nick Carter Weekly, 259, December 14, 1901.
  11. Nick Carter's Adventures. Nick Carter Weekly, 248, September 28, 1901.

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Nickel Library
  1. Dumont, Frank. Old Hundred Scalps; or, The Phantom of Powder River. Nickel Library, 89. 1876.
  2. Harbaugh, T. C. Darting Star; or, The Sign of the Twisted Serpent. Nickel Library, 87. 1876.
  3. Keene, Lieut. The Water Witch; or, The Red Princess of the Forest. Nickel Library, 64. 1877.
  4. Harbaugh, T. C. Little Oskaloo; or, The White Whirlwind. Nickel Library, 17. 1877.
  5. Fuentres, Will. The Sea Source; or, The Outlaws of Secret Island. Nickel Library, 31. 1878.
  6. Harbaugh, T. C. Night Fox, The Scourge; or, The Fire Brands of the Frontier. Nickel Library, 659. 1878.
  7. McCarthy, Florence. Pale Brave; or, The Heroine of Skeleton Cave. Nickel Library, 70. 1878.
  8. Meredith, Leon. Duncan; or, The Giant of the Woods. Nickel Library, 666. 1878.
  9. Meredith and Manly. The Magic Totem; or, The Ghost of Laughing Water. Nickel Library, 50. 1878.
  10. William, Captain Mark. Black Vulture; or, The Unseen Destroyer. Nickel Library, 887. 1878.
  11. Dumont, Frank. Cast Iron Luke; or, Sitting Bull's Deadly Foe. Nickel Library, 112. 1879.
  12. Sta., Dr. William. The Black Scout; or, Human Bullet of the Elk Horn River. Nickel Library, 104. 1879.
  13. Grant, Major A. F. The Sea Tiger; or, The Masked Enemy. Nickel Library, 616. 1881.
  14. Grant, Major A. F. Black Horse Billy; or, Redspur, the Tory Chief. Nickel Library, 576. 1881.
  15. Grant, Major A. F. Lew Wetzel, Jr.; or, White Chief of the Shawnees. Nickel Library, 191. 1881.
  16. "Ned." The Giant Bushranger; or, Just As Good As Gold. Nickel Library, 180. 1881.
  17. Grant, Major A. F. The Yankee Smuggler; or, The British Spy's Shrewd Game. Nickel Library, 611. 1882.

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Old Cap. Collier Library
  1. Winch, Will. The Lawyer Detective. Old Cap. Collier Library, 379, August 4,1890.

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Old Sleuth Library
  1. Sleuth, Old. Old Sleuth, Badger and Co. Old Sleuth Library, 59 December 17, 1891.

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Pluck and Luck
  1. Merritt, Jas. C. Engineer Steve, The Prince of the Rail. Pluck and Luck, 12, June 15, 1898.
  2. Unknown. Out with Buffalo Bill. Pluck and Luck, 39, March 1, 1899.
  3. The Boy Mail Carrier. Pluck and Luck, 60, July 26, 1899.
  4. Wilson, Capt. Thos. H. Lost at the South Pole. Pluck and Luck, 63, August 16, 1899.
  5. Merrit, Jas. C. Robinson Crusoe, Jr. Pluck and Luck, 66, September 6, 1899.
  6. Merritt, Jas. C. The Young King. Pluck and Luck, 98, April 18, 1900.
  7. Advertisement for Pluck and Luck, Pluck and Luck, 165, July 31, 1901.
  8. Montgomery, Richard R. Two Boys' Trip to an Unknown Planet. Pluck and Luck, 174, two copies, October 2, 1901.
  9. Merritt, Jas. C. Gun-Boat Dick. Pluck and Luck, 178, October 30, 1901.
  10. Shackleford, H. K. A Wizard of Wall Street. Pluck and Luck, 179, November 6, 1901.
  11. Austin, Howard. Fifty Riders in Black. Pluck and Luck, 180, November 13, 1901.
  12. "Noname." Where? Pluck and Luck, 182, Novemer 27, 1901.
  13. Montgomery, Richard R. The Palace of Gold. Pluck and Luck, 196, March 5, 1902.
  14. Montgomery, Richard R. Jack and I. Pluck and Luck, 208, May 28, 1902.
  15. Draper, Allyn. Buried 5000 Years. Pluck and Luck, 209, June 4, 1902.
  16. Draper, Allyn. The Rival Boat Clubs. Pluck and Luck, 224, September 17, 1902.

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Saturday Library
  1. Cobb, Weldon J. The Golconda Gold Mine. Saturday Library, 152, November 17,1888.

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Secret Service
  1. The Brady's and the Pretty Shop Girl. Secret Service, 107, February 8, 1901.
  2. The Brady's and the Boatmen. Secret Service, 164, March 14, 1902.
  3. The Brady's After the Tong Kings. Secret Service, 565, November 19, 1909.

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Shaw's Novels
  1. Shaw, Elmer. Wild Dick, The Indian Slayer. Shaw's Novels, no number.

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Snaps, A Comic Weekly of Comic Stories
  1. Teaser, Tom. Muldoon's Boarding House. Snaps, a Comic Weekly of Comic Stories by Comic Authors, 39, July 4, 1900.

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Tip Top Weekly: An Ideal Publication for American Youth
  1. Standish, Burt L. Frank Merriwell's Archer. Tip Top Weekly, 231, September 15, 1900.
  2. Standish, Burt L. Frank Merriwell, Coach. Tip Top Weekly, 264, May 4, 1901.
  3. Standish, Burt L. Frank Merriwell's Glory. Tip Top Weekly, 273, July 6, 1901.
  4. Standish, Burt L. Frank Merriwell's Brother. Tip Top Weekly, 275, July 20, 1901.
  5. Standish, Burt L. Frank Merriwell's Chums. Tip Top Weekly, 276, July 27,1901.
  6. Standish, Burt L. Frank Merriwell's Marvel. Tip Top Weekly, 277, August 3, 1901.
  7. Standish, Burt L. Frank Merriwell's Young Star. Tip Top Weekly, 278, August 10, 1901.
  8. Standish, Burt L. Frank Merriwell's Twirler. Tip Top Weekly, 279, August 17, 1901.
  9. Standish, Burt L. Frank Merriwell's Command. Tip Top Weekly, 280, August 24, 1901.
  10. Standish, Burt L. Frank Merriwell's Hard Hit. Tip Top Weekly, 282, September 7, 1901
  11. Standish, Burt L. Frank Merriwell's Fellows. Tip Top Weekly, 284, September 21, 1901.
  12. Standish, Burt L. Dick Merriwell at Fardale. TipTop Weekly, 285, September 28, 1901.
  13. Standish, Burt L. Dick Merriwell at Fardale. Tip Top Weekly, 286, October 5, 1901.
  14. Standish, Burt L. Dick Merriwell's Return. Tip Top Weekly, 337, September 27, 1902.

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The War Library
  1. Hoyne, Corporal Morris. The Mysterious Major. The War Library,Original Series of Adventure in the War for the Union, 269, November 5, 1887.

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Wild West Weekly
  1. Unknown. Young Klondike, Stories of a Gold Seeker, 1, March 16, 1898.
  2. Unknown.Young Wild West: Prince of the Saddle. Wild West Weekly, 1, October 24, 1902.

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Young Sleuth Libray
  1. Young Sleuth in Demijohn City. Young Sleuth Library, 77.

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