This week’s newest digital content is presented below. Highlights this week include rare nautical publications, more issues of the National Defender newspaper, a number of new Dime Novels including a rare title by Mrs. Alex. McVeigh Miller “Flower and Jewel”, a rare novel featuring reincarnation themes by Reginald Farrer, and more correspondence related to the erection of the Thomas FitzSimons monument by the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick. Stay warm and cuddle up with some of these interesting titles and a cup of eggnog!
Dime Novel and Popular Literature
Flower and Jewel; or, Daisy Forrest’s daughter / by Mrs. Alex. McVeigh Miller
The Bradys in the jaws of death; or, Trapping the wire-tappers / by a New York detective
The Bradys and the bandit king; or, Chasing the mountain thieves / by a New York detective
The Bradys and the hotel crooks; or, The mystery of room 44 / by a New York detective
Chimney Corner (2 issues added)
Hearth & Home (5 issues added)
Millers Mechanical Shows Papers
Other acts (2 images added)
Travel and Tourism (1 image added)
Historical Society of Montgomery County
National Defender (45 issues added)
Rambles, Travels, and Maps
Pacific mail : sunshine belt to the Orient, v. 3, no. 6, June 1921
The Society of The Friendly Sons of St. Patrick for The Relief of Emigrants from Ireland
Thomas FitzSimons monument (9 items added)
The Sundered Streams : the history of a memory that had no full stops / by Reginald Farrer
Thomas John Jones, Merchant Navy Officer
The Ship Captain’s Medical Guide / Compiled by Harry Leach, M.R.C.P.
The Nautical Magazine: a technical and critical journal for the officers of the mercantile marine., v. XCI, no. 5, May 1914
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