At the Circulating Library Periodical Information: Black and White

Periodical: Black and White

History: Published weekly. Full title is Black and White: A Weekly Illustrated Record and Review.

References: Ashley; Cambridge University Library

Novels and short stories serialized in Black and White:

  1. Arthur Conan Doyle. "A Straggler of '15." Round the Red Lamp. 21 March 1891.
  2. Robert Louis Stevenson. "The Bottle Imp." The Beach of Falesá. 28 March 1891 to 4 April 1891 (weekly).
  3. Thomas Hardy. "To Please His Wife." Life's Little Ironies. 27 June 1891.
  4. Robert Barr. "Share and Share Alike." In a Steamer Chair, and Other Shipboard Stories. 18 July 1891.
  5. Robert Barr. "Mrs. Tremain." In a Steamer Chair, and Other Shipboard Stories. 29 August 1891.
  6. Henry James. "Sir Edmund Orme." The Lesson of the Master. 25 November 1891. (Christmas Number).
  7. Henry James. "The Real Thing." The Real Thing and Other Tales. 16 April 1892.
  8. Henry James. "The Visits." The Private Life. 28 May 1892.
  9. Robert Barr. "The Predicament of De Plonville." The Face and the Mask. 18 June 1892.
  10. H. G. Wells. "Through a Window." The Stolen Bacillus and Other Incidents. 25 August 1894.
  11. Robert Barr. "Not According to the Code." Revenge!. 31 July 1895.
  12. Robert Barr. "And the Rigour of the Game." Revenge!. 25 December 1895. (Christmas Number).
  13. Robert Cromie. "Mr. Markham's Private Secretary." The King's Oak, and Other Stories. 22 February 1896.
  14. Robert Cromie. "The Rev. Alexander M'Intosh." The King's Oak, and Other Stories. 6 March 1897.
  15. Henry James. "The Given Case." The Soft Side. 11 March 1899 to 18 March 1899 (weekly).