Levy Dime Novel Collection 1780-1968


Levy Dime Novel Collection, 1780-1968

Levy Dime Novel Collection 1780-1968

The Levy Dime Novel Collection contains mainly late 19th and early 20th Century fiction, in the form of cheap paperback novels and periodicals. Part of the collection is focused on what Levy referred to as "feminine" fiction: works about, authored by, and intended for women.

161.0 linear feet; (161 boxes)

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Street and Smith Publications

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Street & Smith, or Street & Smith Publications, Inc., was a New York City publisher specializing in inexpensive paperbacks, magazines, and comic books. Founded in 1855 by Francis Scott Street and Francis Shubael Smith, most of their publications were of the type known as "pulp fiction" and "dime novels." Among its pulp fiction periodicals, Street & Smith published adventure and sea stories ( Air Trails, Do and Dare Weekly, Red Raven Library, Sea Stories Magaz...

James Henderson (Firm)

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George Munro's Sons

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Harper & Brothers.

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Correspondence (129 letters) and typescript (unsigned) revisions and notes, 1954, (23 p.) concerning the publication of The Scope of Total Architecture by Walter Gropius. Includes 22 letters from Gropius. From the description of Correspondence with Walter Gropius, 1952-1956. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612369957 Publishing firm in New York City. From the description of Harper & Brothers Records 1817-1929. (Columbia University In the City of New ...

F.M. Lupton (Firm)

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Levy, Edward G.

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Beadle and Adams (1872-1898)

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The Beadle Dime Novels , together with numerous other publications issued by the firms Beadle and Co., Irwin P. Beadle and Co., and Beadle and Adams, were a tremendously successful foray in cheap literature for the mass public. Dime novels, like the story papers that had preceded them and the pulp magazines that would replace them in the twentieth century, delivered adventurous or sensational stories in inexpensive, paper-bound editions. Although the Beadle brothers,...

George Munro (Firm)

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