The Boys of New York : a paper for young Americans, v. 13, no. 633, October 1, 1887.

OC  8 p. : ill. ; 55 cm.   "2.50 per annum, in advance, $1.25 for six months."  Source of acquisition: Joseph Rainone.  Contains chapters 1-3 of "3,000 Years Old; or the Lost Gold Mine of the Hatchepee Hills by Gaston Garne".   Gaston Garne was a pseudonym used by both  E. Harcourt Burrage and Francis Worcester Doughty.

Format: Newspaper
Language: English
Published: New York : Frank Tousey 1887
Series: Boys of New York -- v. 13, no. 633
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