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The Sprague Publishing Co.
This issue contains stories for boys featuring sports, animals, business, friendship, hunting, indigenous people, crafts, and war
Boys, Adventure stories, Advertising, Gender, Masculinity, Business, Animals, Baseball, Horses, Fear, Fishing, Buffalo jump, Cross-country running, Automobile driving, Stamp collecting
"Friendly talks with the Editor"; "The Greatest Game in the World: In which Peter, Repeater, Breaks into the game called business" by Gardner Hunting; "When is a white cat? A First of April Story" by Clarence Kelland; "Captain Fair-and-Square" by William Heyliger; "Larry Rides: The Story of a Boy who mastered a Great Fear" by C.H. Claudy; "Juniors in American Business" by Judson D. Stuart; "How Panchito Saved His Father" by Joseph T. Kescel; "The Navy of the United States: The real power of Uncle Sam's Battle Fleet and Coast Defenses" by Donal Hamilton Haines; "Below Turner's Falls" by George M. Johnson; "Apauk, Caller of Buffalo" by James Willard Schultz; "The Captain's Work" by Harold Titus; "Claw Against Tusk" by H.E. Steele; "Mastering the Motor Car: What you should know about a car before you attempt to drive" by A. Hyatt Verrill; "For the Boys to make: A toy observation tower with clockwork elevator" by A. Neely Hall; "All Europe at War" by Donal Hamilton Haines; "Telling it to Terence: Some Further Letters on the Gentle Art of Gardening" by Walter Kellogg Towers; "How to make a workable wireless telegraph station" by Harry S. Sheppard; "The Stamp Collector" edited by Willard O. Wylie;
Sprague, William C. and Ellis, Griffith Ogden, "The American Boy, April 1916" (1916). The American Boy. 7.