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The Sprague Publishing Co.
This issue contains stories for boys featuring history, adventure, heroism, politics, government, sports, hunting, travel, money, and morals.
"Napoleon Bonaparte: A History Written for Boys by the Editor"; "Nita- A Tomboy soldier: The Last Story Written by the late G.A. Henty"; "American Boy Lyceum"; "Boys in Games and Sport: Lacrosse"; "Our Fishing Trip" by K.H.D.; "Just Too Late"; "Joe Jolly Boy"; "The President's Lively Son" by Waldon Fawcett; "American Boys and the Future" by Roscoe Kiper; "An Escape from Siberia"; "A High School House of Representatives"; "Fine deeds by brave boys-H. Irving King" by William Bainbridge; "For a Boys' 'Circus'" by J.C. Beard; "The Sons of Our Public Men" by Waldon Fawcett; "Jevenal Training for the Diamond Sculls"; "Three Good Cronies: Chapter 1-The Cat" by Gabrielle E. Jackson; "Moose Hunting in the Maine Woods" by Preston H. Uberroth; "French Boys and their Sports" by The Saint Maurs; "Printing Postage Stamps & currency" by Waldon Fawcett; "Boys in the School"; "Boys in the Home"; "Boy Money Makers and Money Savers"; "The Syracuse Pony Club";
Boys, Adventure stories, Advertising, Gender, Masculinity, Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821), History, Lacrosse, Soldiers, Fishing, Warfare, Archibald Bulloch Roosevelt Sr. (1894-1979), Student government, Gunfights, Sailors, Clowns, Rowing, Moose hunting, Frenchmen (French people), Gulf of Mexico, Stamps, Money
Sprague, William C. Editor and Ellis, Griffith Ogden Assistant Editor, "The American Boy, June 1903" (1903). The American Boy. 19.