The Boys' Magazine
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The Scott F. Redfield Co.
This issue contains stories, articles, comics and advertisements focused on boys, athletics, adventure, science, hunting and humor.
"The Romney Spectre" by Archibald Rutledge; "Athletic Department" by M. N. Bunker and J. Lynn Bowen; "How Fenton Squared His Debt" by E. M. Jameson; "Johnson of Lansing" by William Heyliger; "The Spirit Horse of the Pawnees" by Elmer Russell Gregor; "The Young Pitcher" by Zane Grey; "Our Radio Department: A Clever and Simple Arrangement of Crystal Set" by George Arthus Luers; "On the Old Trail" by Fisher Ames, Jr.; "Cinders Murphy and the Cure" by Stanley Shaw; "Peter Puts it Through" by M. B. Gookin; "The Defeat of His Majesty" by George M. Johnson; "How the Conquerer was Foiled" by Ralph J. Morrison;
Boys, Adventure stories, Advertising, Gender, Masculinity, Bodybuilding, Bullies and bullying, Pawnee, Baseball, Bicycles
Redfield, Scott F., "The Boys' Magazine, May 1924" (1924). The Boys' Magazine. 4.