Content Roundup – Second Week – February 2017
Popular titles prevail this week as a host of newly digitized content is now available. Highlights include: our featured title the “Popular Poultry book” wherein the eternal question “Why did the chicken cross the road?” is answered, a history of Antonio Domenico Pollina – Mafia Boss of Philadelphia, a rare Dime Novel, more story and newspaper issues, and a rare French pamphlet on diplomatic language.
Dime Novel and Popular Literature
Dusky Dick, or, Old Toby Castor’s great campaign : a story of the last Sioux outbreak / by Jos. E. Badger, Jr.
Popular poultry book
The New World (5 issues added)
Beadle’s Monthly (1 issue added)
Chicago Ledger (2 issues added)
New York Ledger (1 issue added)
Historical Society of Montgomery County
National Defender ([12 issues added)
Coloring pages (2 added)
Typescript. Antonio Domenico Pollina. Mafia Boss of Philadelphia, Notes. 1992
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