December 23rd, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 52

  • Two of a Kind, by Roe L. Hendrick, drawings by O.F. Howard
  • Chief Longfeather’s Christmas Tree, by Anne McQueen, drawings by Rodney Thomson
  • A Walk in the Woods in Winter, Part One, by Wardon A. Curtis, drawings by Arthur Bartlett
  • Suzanne, Ch. 2, Angele meets a good friend, by Edith Barnard, Delano, drawn by F.R. Gruger
  • Failing to Spike the Lever, by Harold T. Chesbrough, drawn by W.F. Stecher
  • Fact and Comment, Importing Foreign Quarrels, The Tariff, The Unknown God, Prices, Supporting Prices Artificially
  • The Companion in the New Year, Current Events
  • Home-Products Day, by Grace Atherton Dennon
  • Untempted Righteousness, Sophie, Roman Antiquities in Tunisia, The Mountains of the Sea, A Scissor, The Wild Ride of an Eagle, An Old-Time Blast Furnace, A Scotch Egg’s Worth, The Hypnotic Bugler
  • Fiddlesticks, by Louise Ayres Garnett, drawn by Bertha Stone
  • The Curious Christmas Tree, by Margaret Ely Webb
  • The Little Sheep of Bethlehem, by Elizabeth Thornton Turner
  • The Stranger, by Harrison Long, drawn by Marguerite Kaeselau
  • Christmas Shopping, by Virginia Stanard
  • The December Stars, A Girl’s Quick Wit, Sauce for the “Grouch”
  • Blue Babies, Lilybel’s Reason, A Ride in a Pampas Coach, A Newspaper Dog, A True Philospher, “Me and the Prince”, An Indiscreet Admission
  • “Clock or Hour Glass?”, P and G – The White Naphtha Soap, full page ad.

December 16th, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 51

  • Historic Milestones Cover: Daniel Boone
  • Wilson Ham Full Page Ad
  • Suzanne, Ch. 1, The Germans come, by Edith Barnard Delano, drawn by F.R. Gruger
  • The Day of Days, by Charles Reynolds Brown
  • The Emmonses’ Christmas, by Rebecca T. Hodges, drawn by Dudley Gloyne Summers
  • In the Days of Old Mehitable, by C.A. Stephens, drawn by W.F. Stecher
  • Torpedoed Without Warning, Ch. 5, Garfield startles his companions, by Paul Telford Platt, drawn by George Varian
  • Fact and Comment, The League Meets, The Useful Yeast, The Children of Europe, The Fall of Venizelos, Lessons of the Shipping Board, The Civil Service
  • Current Events
  • Ploughed Under, An “Eyot”, How They Saved the Ainsdale, Hunting With a Crazy Quilt, Mr. Peaslee on Back Roads, Japanese House Inscriptions, The Whistling Intruder, Four Years of Dirt
  • The Star, by Katharine Lee Bates, decoration by W.A. Dwiggins
  • A Christmas Baby, by Isabel Fiske Conant, drawn by Gertrude Kay
  • Tuck’s Adventure, by Agnes M. Bass
  • The Prideful Tree, by Mary Carolyn Davies
  • The Surprise Box, by Edith Ludwell Laurence, drawn by Bertha Stone
  • Stamps to Stick, “Structo Toys” ad
  • The Hats of Long Ago, Glass in a Fir Tree, An Example in Kindness
  • The Plague, The Sign in the Window, His Scottish Blessing, Artillery Sniping, The Baby Hippo by Stella V. Kellerman, Strawberries and Cream and a Moral, He Seemed Very Old to Her
  • Jell-O full page ad
  • Waterman’s Ideal Fountain Pen full page ad

December 2nd, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 49

  • Circumstances, by Sally Campbell, drawings by A.O. Scott
  • A Modern Don Quixote, by Charles A. Hoyt, drawings by F. Strothmann
  • Arithmetic: Historic and Prehistoric, by D.N. Lehmer, Professor of Mathematics, University of California
  • Unto This Mountain, by Marianne Gauss, drawn by W.F. Stecher
  • Torpedoed Without Warning, Ch. 3, The painter breaks, by Paul Telford Platt, drawn by George Varian
  • Fact and Comment, The Republican Opportunity, The Chances of the Treaty, The Renewal of Beauty, The Coal Strike Settlement, The Victorious Esperanto, The Unknown Dead
  • The Blacksmith Furnace, Charlotte’s Second Wind, The Challenge, The Mystery Towers of Spithead, Mr. Peaslee as a Fireman, The Cleansing of the Things-Kept-Put-Away, A Tusker Gone Mad!, They Are Not Wearing Them So Much
  • The Jolly Jellyfish, by Pauline Frances Camp, drawings by Gluyas Williams
  • Good Morning and Good-By, by Nancy Byrd Turner, drawn by Elisabeth B. Warren
  • Bobsleds, by Daisy D. Stephenson
  • Tea Time, by Grace Noll Crowell
  • A Disrespectful Dog, A Globe-Trotting Turtle, Answer This
  • Hide and Peep, by Harriette Wilbur, drawn by Walt Harris
  • An “Honest” Smuggler, Washington’s Account Book
  • Nature & Science
  • Jenny’s Ingenuity, The First Kimberley Diamond
  • Nuts to Crack
  • Cyclic Vomiting [Ed: WTF?!], Ashamed, And Then He Added Them Up, Commonplace Children of Geniuses, Why Birds Are Not Electrocuted, Trying Out Chaucer
  • Full Page Ad: Parker “Lucky-Curve” Safety-Sealed Fountain Pens

November 11th, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 46

  • In The Absence of Mary Hortick, by J. Grace Walker, drawings by Harold Anderson
  • Norah’s Bright Idea, by Marguerite Aspinwall, drawn by C. Williamson
  • When I Acted a Mute, by E.B. Dirking, drawings by Harold Sichel
  • The War-Trail Fort, Ch. 10, The river takes its toll, by James Willard Schultz, drawings by George Varian
  • The Snowslide, by W.A. Bartlett, drawings by W.F. Stecher
  • Fact and Comment, The British Coal Strike, Our Protectorates, The Business Woman, The Russo-Polish Treaty, Hunger Striking, Testing the Breeds
  • Current Events
  • Memorial Trees, by Jeannie Pendleton Hall
  • Lost Opportunity, Transfer Patterns, Curtsy and Kiss, Mr. Peaslee on Heroism, An Adventuring Weasel, The Wrong Kingdom (George Belcher Cartoon), A Victorious King in Exile, The Whole Case For the Birds (from poems by Ralph Hodgson), A Test of Nerve, He Wanted a Full Trip
  • The Face of the Waters, by Louise Ayres Garnett
  • How Indian Summer Came, by Ellen Miller Donaldson
  • A Chord of Wood, by Celia Thornton
  • The Piggish Pig, by Abigail Burton
  • Those Pilgrim Children, by Arthur Guiterman, drawn by Wuanita Smith
  • “I’m patriotic as can be”, cartoon by Walter Wellman [Ed: I really don’t get what this is supposed to be!?]
  • Boys’ Page for November: Profitable Trapping (II. Skunk, Civet Cat, Opossum, Weasel and Ermine), His Recommendation, Tying a String Round a Package, A Way to Copy Prints, How to Develop Your Chest, A Moving Match Trick, The Game of Checkers (New Series)
  • Girls’ Page for November: A Puritan Party, The Hospitable Hour, Christmas Cards That Will Pay, Skiing for Girls, Then-and-There Thrift
  • Family Page for November: Choosing Garments (I. Textiles), Training Children to Obey, Cleaning a Clock at Home, A New Kind of Christmas Giving, Long Division By Addition, An Honest Exchange, The Useful Tin Steamer, How to Make a Doll House, The Godfrey Calla, The Farmer’s Girls, Fun For the Child Who is Getting Well, I-Me-Or-Mine, An Old-Time Game, City-Broke, How to Be An Invalid, A Place For the Children’s Rubbers
  • Lem, (by staff?), drawn by W.F. Stechen
  • Marasmus, The Talisman, Marquis Wheat, An Affectionate Jackdaw, Writing Himself Down an Ass, Poor Shooting!
  • Ivory Soap Flakes Full Page Ad, “Safe for Silks and All Fine Fabrics”

October 28th, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 44

  • Talents By Agnes Mary Brownell, Drawings by May Aiken
  • What Killed Plato, by C.A. Stephens, Drawn by W.F. Stecher
  • The New Baltic Republics — Lithuania and Finland, by Samuel Eliot Morison, Ph.D
  • The War-Trail Fort, Ch. 8, The Mandans sing their victory song, by James Willard Schultz, Drawings by George Varian
  • The Day the Killers Came, by Alice Stevens Carter, Drawings by Harold Anderson
  • Fact and Comment, President vs. Congress Again, Clean Sport, The Vote of the Women, The Italian Settlement, Studying the Sea
  • Current Events, 1/2 page Westclox ad
  • Saturday, by Gertrude West
  • Unknown by Name, The Way Back, Afire in Mid-Air, Cyrus and Hiram, A Hedgehog Road, Juno’s Parish, Over the River in a Leather Ball, Reason or Instinct, Hugo’s Self-Appreciation, Crossing on the Wires, It Was a New Word to Her
  • October, by Pauline Frances Camp
  • Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater, by Roger Wingfield, Drawn by Nana French Bickford
  • Tam-O’-Shanter, by Alice Ayr Noyes
  • Kitty Wakes Up, by Ethel Bowen White
  • Fiddle-cum-ree, by Louise A. Garnett, Drawn by Mary T. Ayer
  • Stamps to Stick
  • Infantile Scurvy, Beating the Game, How a Fox Showed His Affection, Unappreciated Neighborliness, He Wrote on Inspiration, Anticipating the Speller
  • Cream of Wheat Ad, “The Blocks Tell The Story”, Otto Schneider

October 7th, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 41

For October 7th, 1920. Got to love some of the ads in this one, particularly the “Union Suit” one, and the now defunct Essex Motors. Wonder why they’d advertise for autos in a kids magazine? Unless they assumed the parents would be reading it to their children or something….

  • The War-Trail Fort, Ch. 5, Two Crows raise their right hands, by James Willard Schultz, Drawings by George Varian
  • The Body-Guard, by Edwin Cole, Drawn by Rodney Thomson
  • The New Baltic Republics, Esthonia and Latvia, by Samuel Eliot Morison, Ph.D, Formerly American member of the Baltic Commission of the Peace Conference
  • On Time, by Theodora Marshall Inglis, Drawn by Dudley G. Summers
  • A Flight From Petrograd, Ch. 8, in which a flag goes up, by C.A. Stephens, Drawn by G.A. Harker
  • The “Old Diplomacy” in Europe, The Bible and Shakespeare, The Italian Outbreak, Spinning Tops
  • October LaCrosse, by Arthur Guiterman
  • The Mayflower’s Flag, The Handwriting on the Wall, Manhandling the Profiteers, An Adventure With a Tiger
  • The Children’s Page, Decorations by Robert Martin
  • The Doll That Saved a Regiment, by Miriam Cocke
  • The Young Columbus, by Nancy Byrd Turner
  • Ducky Waddles, by Abigail Burton
  • The Merchant, Verse and Drawing by L.J. Bridgman
  • The Fall of the Armature, (staff?), Drawn by W.F. Stecher
  • Full-Page Ad: Cross-Knit Underwear Union Suit
  • The Companion Receipts (Recipes)
  • John Leake’s Dole, A Strange Conversion, A Noisy Army, Essex Motors Ad
  • A Far-Reaching Experiment, A Terrible Explosion, Where Trapping is Worth While
  • The Lingual Tonsil, A Woman’s Invention, Another Smart Fox, One More Sovereign Deposed, A Thrifty Book Lover, Only a Dud, Ingersoll Radiolite “Radium” Watch Ad
  • Proctor and Gamble “The White Naphtha Soap” Ad

November 19th, 1914, New England Edition, Vol. 88, No. 47

  • “The Week Before Thanksgiving” Photo Cover
  • New England and Other Matters, Why Salute?, A Man-Made River
  • The “Torpedo” Girl, Ch. 3, by Gardner Hunting, drawn by Chase Emerson
  • The Wild Dog of Caucomgomoc, by Charles Boardman Hawes, drawn by Charles Livingston Bull
  • Lights on Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address, by Wayne Whipple, drawings by Franklin T. Wood
  • Isabel’s Sane Christmas, by Mary M. Parks, drawings by W.F. Stecher
  • White Tiger, Ch.9, by Henry Milner Rideout, drawn by George Varian
  • Fact and Comment, The German Ideal, Investors, Managers, and Employees, The War Children’s Christmas, Private Property at Sea, The Question of Farming VIII. People’s Banks
  • Current Events, The European War
  • A Prayer, by Marion Francis Brown
  • ‘Neath Cottage Thatch, by Martha Haskell Clark
  • Meeting the Battle, The Blue Gingham Apron, Boy Scouts in France, The Nantucket Quakers, The Oldest American Flag, Making Christmas-Tree Ornaments, A Maddened Jaguar, The Queen’s Voice, As Others See Us, Perpetual Motion
  • Christmas Gifts, and How to Make Them
  • Favors and Sweetmeats That a Little Girl Can Make For Her Party
  • Multiple Sclerosis, The Brook Lot, Professor Henry and the Airship, The Land of Honest Men, The Way to Boston
  • Finding a Shelter, by Frank K. Rich
  • Nature & Science, “Will there be a Victrola in your home this Christmas?”
  • A Green Mountain Amazon, by M.E. Baker