Fiction

This collection contains dime novels, nickel weeklies, reprint libraries (some of which contain both fiction and non-fiction but are collected here), and related popular fiction titles from the dime novel era (1860-1915).  Some representative precursors (penny dreadfuls and Yellowbacks) are also included, along with international translations and imitations, some dating later than 1915.

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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 collection contains items that are not part of a series or which belong to a series but have no siblings available.
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 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. 
This juvenile series dealing with World War I aviation contained 12 volumes published between 1915 and 1919.
Includes the "Puss in Boots" series as well as other named series titles published by the  McLoughlin Brothers in 1888-1889, all featuring the illustrations of Richard AndreĢ.
 
 
 
This serial novel was published in 104 32-page parts, which were marketed door-to-door.