November 25th, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 48

The Youth's Companion - November 25th, 1920 - Vol. 94 - No. 48
  • Western Railrod Historic Milestones Jacket
  • Wilson Ham Ad
  • The Widened Hearth, by Fannie Kilbourne, drawn by Thomas Fogarty
  • Jimmy’s Job, by Edward P. Hendrick, drawn by Rodney Thomson
  • Tales of the Big Woods, By E.E. Harriman, drawn by O.F. Howard
  • A Home For Jack-O’-Lantern, by Edna Tucker Muth, drawings by A.C. Williamson
  • Torpedoed Without Warning, Ch. 2, The crew tie a coat to an oar, by Paul Telford Platt, drawn by George Varian
  • Fact and Comment, The Election, A Solemn Responsibility, Compliment, The Economic Future of Germany, The Grafters
  • Thanksgiving and Wild Game, Current Events, The Converse “Big Nine”
  • The Old Garden, by Abbie Farwell Brown
  • A True Bibliophile, by W.E. Nesom
  • Paying the Price, Aunt Sabina Speaks, The “Lost” Portrait of Lincoln, Butter in a Bag, A Savage Duel, The Witty Prince, The Responsibility For the War, A Wonderful Opportunity, Not Excessive Cleanliness
  • Thanksgiving in Bunnytown, verses and drawing by L.J. Bridgman
  • Birch Tree, by Abbie Farwell Brown
  • The Wonder Nut, by Carolyn Sherwin Bailey
  • Autumn Song, by Virginia Stanard, drawings by Decie Merwin
  • The Jewelweed, by Alice W. Hamilton
  • The Companion Receipts [Recipes]
  • A Game of Proverbs
  • Convulsions in Children, Gifts and — Gifts, “Californiacs”, When Buffalo Bill Rode to Hounds, Self-Confident Young America, A Diligent Novice, Commercial Candor
  • Books That are Talked About
  • “Kodak as you go.” Full page Eastman Kodak Ad.

August 12th, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 33

The Youth's Companion - August 12th, 1920 - Vol. 94 - No. 33
In this edition of The Youth’s Companion:
  • When We Walked the Town Lines, by C.A. Stephens
  • On Miracle Day, by Edna Tucker Muth
  • The Children’s Court, by Franklin Chase Hoyt, presiding Justice of the Children’s Court of New York City
  • John Baring’s House (Ch. 6, The mountaineers fire two shots), by Elsie Singmaster
  • Saving the Cook, by Charles Tenney Jackson
  • Irony and Sarcasm, The Railways, The Vice Presidency
  • Current Events
  • New Things on the Prairie, by Jeannie Pendelton Hall
  • Boro-Budur, The Great Temple
  • The Children’s Page
  • Boys’ Page for August (Roping)
  • Family Page for August (Cross-Stitch)
  • Full-page Quaker Oats Ad, “Food Joys for Every Hungry Hour
  • Girl’s Page for August (For Afternoon Tea)