This week sees a host of new Story Paper newspaper issues – including an issue with a Nellie Bly story from the 1800s. Follow along with the adventures – in Spanish of the Black Pirate! In addition to these compelling stories, two popular non-fiction titles – one on stage magic and the other on social entertaining give glimpses of the mores and customs at the turn of the century. The secondary Scholarship segment of the Dime Novel collection was initiated with several bibliographies. As well, we are progressing into the war years for coverage of graduate Villanova theses; it is interesting to survey the topics that were being researched in these days. Enjoy the May flowers and read along with:
Dime Novel and Popular Literature
El Pirata Negro (10 issues, Spanish Dime Novel series)
The amateur’s guide to magic and mystery and the black art : fully exposed.
How to entertain a social party : a complete guide to home amusement and entertainment.
Golden Argosy (1 issue, 1887)
Saturday Night (5 issues)
Street and Smith’s New York Weekly (4 issues)
The New York Family Story Paper (3 issues)
The Boys of New York (1 issue, 1887)
Edward T. LeBlanc Bibliography of Story Papers, Dime Novels, and Libraries
900 Series Titles for the Dime Novel Publishing World Resource
A Proposal For A Study of the Civil War In Dime Novels and Story Papers 1861-1923 : presented to the University of Virginia Press / by Lydia Cushman Schurman
Villanova Digital Collection
1941 (Complete: 39 theses added)
1942 (Partial: 35 theses added)
Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, v.9
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