Series List

This collection brings all series that have more than one member together in a list.

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This Philadelphia story paper featured stories for younger children.  Published by James Elverson, it is the companion to his adult story paper "Saturday Night".
Grit, a Williamsport Pa newspaper, contained a weekly story section.
This story paper published in New York by  Frank Tousey was a continuation of the paper Boys of New York.   Approximate dates ran from 1894-1924 with around 1563 issues, some of which reprinted stories from the Boys of New York.
 
This Augusta, Maine newspaper was published by P.O. Vickery and contained serial fiction and colorful ads.
This collection contains issues of Home Circle, a Boston story paper, published by F. Gleason.
This collection contains issues of a heavily-illustrated 19th-century New York newspaper.
This series of booklets, designed for educational use by grade school students, includes both fiction and non-fiction titles.
This series of small pamphlets contains a mix of fiction and non-fiction, published circa 1900. The series has no official title printed on the pamphlets, but each is numbered. The publisher is presumed to be John Regan of Chicago based on advertising found within the pamphlets.
This collection contains issues of the long-running French illustrated newspaper.
This French 30 issue series was published in 1908 and depicted a future war with Germany and included many science-fiction elements.  Cover illustrations were done by artist: Albert Robida, 1848-1926.  The series was later translated into Spanish and also later republished in Argentina.
 
 
This early reprint library contained a mix of fiction and non-fiction.
F. M. Lupton issued several distinct series under the "Leisure Hour Library" during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Different variations of the series have different physical formats, and the line was occasionally sub-licensed to appear under the banners of different publishers. This collection is designed to hold specimens from all of these members of the product family.
This is a Spanish language serial account of WWI, published during the war with color covers.