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The Sprague Publishing Co.
This issue contains stories for boys featuring history, sports, hobbies, heroism, science, magic, rescue, money, and animals.
"Napoleon Bonaparte: A History Written for Boys by the Editor"; "A Boy's Too-Chest" by James Buckham; "Nita- A Tomboy Soldier: The Last Story Written by the Late G.A. Henty"; "With the Boys"; "The American Boy Lyceum"; "Boys in Games and Sport"; "The Boy Photographer"; "A Night Adventure with Wolves" by E.A. Brininstool; "Fencing at the University of Pennsylvania"; "The Two Fire Demons"; "Pure Gold" by Z. Irene Davis; "A Bird Petition Drawn by Hon. George F. Hoar, Senior Senator from massachusetts"; "Fine Deeds by Brave Boys: Alexander Hamilton" by H. Irving King; "Shorthand in Ten Easy Lessons" by Isaac Pitman; "For a Boys' 'Circus'" by J.C. Beard; "Boys' Books Reviewed"; "How Tommy Brought His Treasure Home" by J. Olivier Curwood; "Stamps, Coins and Curios"; "The Hero of Prudence Island" by William Pendleton Chipman, D.D.; "Cardinal Wolsey's Bridge" by Fred Myron Colby; "Trolley-Car Tommy" by Allan P. Ames; "Children of the Diplomatic Corps"; "How Schley Saved Greely" by Robert N. Reeves; "Boys in the Home, Church and School"; "Boy Money Makers and Money Savers"; "Boys and Animals"
Boys, Adventure stories, Advertising, Gender, Masculinity, Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821), History, Soldiers, Debate, Sports, Photography, Fencing, Science, Magic, Birds, Alexander Hamilton (1757-1804), Salt mines, Stamp collecting, Trolley cars, Rescue stories, Money
Sprague, William C. Editor and Ellis, Griffith Ogden Assistant Editor, "The American Boy, May 1903" (1903). The American Boy. 10.