Charles Bragin And The Dime Novel Club Reprints

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Charles bragin and the dime novel club reprints in the depths of the great depression many people were glad to get this regular employment he always paid cash so his collection of about 1000 novels swelled to 20000 in a few years eventually it was reputedly closer to 50000. The collection consists of sixty five reprints of original dime novels that were republished by the dime novel club of brooklyn new york the collection also contains one of the dime novel clubs catalogs and the dime novel bibliography written by charles bragin club secretary. Guide to the dime novel club reprints 1877 1964 uasc005 page 4 history of the dime novel club charles bragin an avid collector of dime novels used his vast personal collection to issue a series of reprints in the late 1940s this enterprise became known as the dime novel club and was based in brooklyn new york. Introductory note in 1945 bragins dime novel club issued facsimile reprints of early dime novels as they appeared in serial publications deadwood dick the prince of the road or the black rider of the black hills was originally published in the beadle half dime library by beadle and adams in 1887. She found that most are authentic originals though some were found to be reprints of certain dime novels produced by charles bragins dime novel club and the m c ivers and arthur westbrook publishing companies

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