Series List

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

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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. 
 
This continuously paginated New York published paper contained a mix of serial fiction, news, and commercial advertising. It eventually merged with the New York Vindicator.
This collection contains items that are not part of a series or which belong to a series but have no siblings available.
This collection contains non-fiction titles that are not part of a series or which represent the sole available specimens of series.
This collection contains single issues of periodicals. Periodicals with multiple issues available are given their own separate collections.
This 32-volume series (digitized here in its entirety) follows the continuing adventures of Motor Matt, a mechanically-inclined and heroic youth, and his many friends. More information about the series (and its various successors) can be found at dimenovels.org.
This collection contains issues of the New York Fireside Companion.  An illustrated story paper newspaper with a stable of exclusive authors. 
This collection contains issues of the New York Herald.   Special issues highlight the death and mourning of American Presidents.
This New York paper was published weekly under a succeeding number of publishers and with a variety of subtitles.  All are collected here. 
This collection contains the Civil War era New York newspaper, the New York Tablet.
 
This collection contains issues from Nick Carter Weekly, also known as New Nick Carter Library and New Nick Carter Weekly at various points in its run.
These hardcover series books were later reprinted in "thick book" dime novel format as part of the Circling the Globe Library.
Josiah Broadbrim is the Quaker Detective; his stories are fascinating and exciting and contain the true solutions of many of the great mysteries of crime that have never before been explained.