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The Sprague Publishing Co.
This issue contains stories for boys featuring sports, heroism, anecdotes, history, humor, and hobbies.
Boys, Adventure stories, Advertising, Gender, Masculinity, Veterans, Baseball, Hunting, Alamo (San Antonio, Tex.), Cliff-dwellers, Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919), Fishing, Stamp collecting
"Friendly talks with the editor"; "Gen'ral" by Thomas Budington; "He has loaned money to five hundred boys"; "Mark Tidd in the Backwoods" by Clarence B. Kelland; "In the nick of time: Wherein Skinny Harrison proves himself to be considerable of a man" by Walter Scott Story; "Letters from Brother Bill-'Varsity Sub'-to Tad, Captain of the Beechville High School Nine" by Walter Kellog Towers; "The Pond in the Willows" by Donal Hamilton Haines; "When the Lone Star Flag Flew Free" by E. Alexander Powell; "On the trail of forgotten ages: the story of the search for the lost city of the cliff-dwellers" by Harold Titus; "An Evened Account" by James William Jackson; "The Boys' Special School manufacturing Company" by J.R. Schmidt; "The Boyhood of Theodore Roosevelt" by J.L. Harbour; "Everyday Electricity" by Don Cameron Shafer; "For the Boys to Make: How to make a canoe" by John L. Dougheny; "The art of bait casting" by George M. Johnson; "The Stamp Collector" by Willard O. Wylie; Some pages missing.
Sprague, William C. and Ellis, Griffith Ogden, "The American Boy, May 1914" (1914). The American Boy. 12.