November 4th, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 45

  • “Announcement Number” – Describing Notable Stories and Articles for 1921
  • “The Family is the Strength of the Nation” cover jacket
  • Tam O’ Shanter Believes in Safety First, by Mabel L. Robinson, drawn by Charles M. Relyea
  • Dawn, by Lena Cagnetta, drawings by J. Scott Williams
  • The Pilgrim Adventurers, by Abbie Farwell Brown, decorations by Robert Martin
  • The War-Trail Fort, Ch. 9, Big Lake calls a council, by James Willard Schultz, drawings by George Varian
  • Kiting a Caquot, by Oran L. Raber, drawn by H.C. Edwards
  • Fact and Comment, Russia and Communism, British Liberals on Ireland, Hatred of Work, The Census, Magellan, Automobile Accidents
  • Current Events
  • November (Football), by Arthur Guiterman
  • The Root of Courage (The Story of a Corporal’s Discovery), In the Shadow, Big Betsey, A Parliament of Women, Russian Noblemen Turned Farmers, The Dowager in Cheyenne, This Must Have Been Grisi’s Company, But They Probably Were Not Linen, It Did Not Help Auntie’s Nerves
  • The Goosey Girl, by Isabel Jamison, drawn by Gertrude Koch
  • The Little Brown People, by Katherine Pope
  • Emily Speak a Piece, by Leila M. Walters
  • The Pantry Race, Verses and Drawings by L.J. Bridgman
  • The Squirrels’ Ball, by Elizabeth Heath Olmstead
  • Splendor and Tragedy, Out of Their Own Mouths, Nuts to Crack
  • Fastrunner, by Maxine Marshton, drawn by Robert Martin
  • Wasting Palsy, Snell’s Theory, Little Bards and British Bays, A Quail’s Queer Family, With Care — This Side Up, He Had All He Needed, Rebuking Childishness
  • Announcement for 1921 The Youth’s Companion, “The list of articles on this page is intended to give readers some indication of the quality and the scope of the material that The Companion plans to publish in 1921.”
  • Borden’s Eagle Brand Advertisement, “More than all other Infant foods combined”

August 19th, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 34

Another “Special Jacket” edition of The Youth’s Companion, this week:

  • Jacket Cover with Engraving of “The Old Gates of St. Augustine”
  • Briggs-Stratton Motor Wheel Advertisement
  • John Baring’s House (Ch. 7, Herbert refuses to write), by Elsie Singmaster
  • A Quarrel and a Tornado, by Elmer C. Adams
  • My Vocation, by Samuel S. Drury
  • Tam O’Shanter Enters College, by Mabel L. Robinson
  • A Flight From Petrograd, (Ch. 1, in which the Reds rise and Comstock is perplexed), by C.A. Stephens
  • German Interest in War Books, The Water-Power Bill
  • Aprons, by Gertrude West
  • “Accepting the Universe”
  • The Children’s Page
  • The Companion Receipts (Ed: Actually *Recipes*, have to look into that one)
  • Nature & Science