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The Sprague Publishing Co.
This issue contains stories, articles, humor and advertisements focused on boys, adventure, science, hunting, animals, and humor.
"Friendly talks with the Editor"; "The Mammoth Man" by George Langford; "A Message to St. Pierre" by Laurie Y. Erskine; "A Soldier and a Gentleman" by Eleanor Gates; "The Secret of Juan Alvarez" by John Fleming Wilson; "Boys Who Used Their Brains: The Boy fromt he Lower East Side" by Armstrong Perry; "Partners" by T. S. Stribling; "Adventures in Ouija Boards: Another 'Advertising Andy' Story" by Edward Edson Lee; "His Picture in the Paper" by A.L. Crabb; "Quiller of the Hills" by Melville Davisson Post; "To-Morrow" by William Heyliger; "When the Admiral Waked" by Garrard Harris; "The Runaway Turkey" by Archie P. McKishnie; "Jibby Jones and the Worm Mine" by Ellis Parker Butler; "Squirrel Travelers" by Enos A. Mills; "The Radio Schedule" by Armstrong Perry; "Ventriliquism" by Julian Kilman; "For the Boys to Make" by Neely Hall; "Bantams for Busy Fellows" by Chesla C. Sherlock; "Stamps in the Day's News; "A Neighborhood Library"
Boys, Adventure stories, Advertising, Gender, Masculinity, Prehistoric humans, Haudenosaunee (Iroquois), Fur traders, Horses, Science
Sprague, William C. Editor and Ellis, Griffith Ogden Assistant Editor, "The American Boy, February 1922" (1922). The American Boy. 3.