Biblioteca criolla

This collection contains pulp magazines and regional literature from Argentine. The first pulp magazines were published in the 1870s and belonged to the Biblioteca criolla Robert Lehmann-Nitsche, the last titles appeared in the 1990s. The collection provides an insight into popular fiction in the Rio de la Plata region.

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Results: 1990
Creator: Manco, Silverio
Year of publication: 1910
Place of publication: Buenos Aires
Signature: Arg xu 1335 [8]
Creator: Bosque, Horacio del
Year of publication: 1898
Place of publication: Buenos Aires
Signature: Arg xu 1317 : 2,6 [8]
Creator: Granada, Nicolás
Year of publication: 1902
Place of publication: Buenos Aires
Signature: Arg xu 1377/2 [8]
Creator: González/de Castro, Vicente
Year of publication: 1909
Place of publication: Buenos Aires
Signature: Arg xu 1460 [8]
Creator: Cazón, Higinio D.
Year of publication: 1910
Place of publication: Buenos Aires
Signature: Arg xu 1317 : 3,7 [8]
Creator: Braña, José
Year of publication: 1910
Place of publication: Buenos Aires
Signature: Arg xu 1536 : 2,3 [8]
Creator: González Pulido, J. Andrés
Year of publication: 1928
Place of publication: Buenos Aires
Signature: Arg xu 1145 [8]
Creator: Manco, Silverio
Year of publication: 1907
Place of publication: Buenos Aires
Signature: Arg xu 1317 : 22,19 [8]
Creator: López, Eugenio Gerardo
Year of publication: 1907
Place of publication: Buenos Aires
Signature: Arg xu 1358 [8]
Creator: Cientofante, Manuel M.
Year of publication: 1909
Place of publication: Buenos Aires
Signature: Arg xu 1317 : 6,22 [8]
Year of publication: 1905
Place of publication: Buenos Aires
Signature: Arg xu 1536 : 26,10 [8]
Creator: Cientofante, Manuel M.
Year of publication: 1905
Place of publication: Buenos Aires
Signature: Arg xu 1317 : 5,22 [8]
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