99 Issue Lot The Youth's Companion Perry Mason & Co

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The Youth's Companion from the Perry Mason and Company Publishers. These editions are in various condition. They are still readable (except one), but have various rips, stains, and other decay, due to age. This issues are from the early days of the paper and include some stories by people that became famous writers.

1872 (All stamped for "F C Chapin Jan 73"), 29 issues

Number 10, May 9th, "How Bob Was Saved" Number 17, April 25th, "Jack Graham" by Rebecca Harding Davis Number 18, May 2nd, "Unfortunate Security" Number 20, May 16th, "Norah's Story" Number 21, May 23rd, "Going Nutting" by Ledgeside, Chapter 1 Number 22, May 30th, "Going Nutting" by Ledgeside, Chapter 2 Number 23, June 6th, "Jakes" by Caroline Whipple Flanders Number 24, June 13th, "Our Mission" by Caroline Whipple Flanders Number 25, June 20th, "Who The Basket Peddler Was", Chapter 1 Number 26, June 27th, "Who The Basket Peddler Was", Chapter 2 Number 28, July 11th, "Obededom", by Ruth Chesterfield, Chapter 1 Number 29, July 18th, "Obededom", by Ruth Chesterfield, Chapter 2 Number 30, July 25th, "The Thrust In Kent's Mine", by Edna Dunkirk, Chapter 1 Number 31, August 1st, "The Thrust In Kent's Mine", by Edna Dunkirk, Chapter 2 Number 32, August 8th, "Taken Captive", by Ruth Chesterfield Number 33, August 15th, "The Tell-Tale", by Ledgeside Number 34, August 22nd, "The Glum Family", by Caroline Whipple Flanders, Chapter 1 Number 35, August 29th, "The Glum Family", by Caroline Whipple Flanders, Chapter 2 Number 36, September 5th, "Justly Punished" Number 37, September 12th, "Chased By A Prarie Fire" Number 38, September 19th, "The Messenger", by Rebecca Harding Davis Number 39, September 26th, "The Boatman's Story", by Ruth Chesterfield Number 40, October 3rd, "The Trial Of Ghosts" Number 41, October 10th, "T Was A Man In Our Town", by Ledgeside Number 42, October 17th, "Annie's Mother", by Rebecca Harding Davis Number 43, October 24th, "Uncle Seth's Housekeeper" Number 46, November 14th, "A Vagabond" Number 47, November 21st, "The 'Stump' That Lette Did Not Take", by Ledgeside Number 48, November 28th, "Grandma's Team" by Lousia May Alcott

1873 (All stamped F C Chapin Jan 74), 12 issues

Number 7, February 13th, "A Boy Hero" Number 8, February 20th, "Missy", by Louise Chandler Moulton Number 9, February 27th, "My Best Scholar", by Alma Number 10, March 6th, "Number Fifteen", by Rufus Seward Number 11, March 13th, "Counting The Chickens", by Ruth Chesterfield, Chapter 1 Number 12, March 20th, "Counting The Chickens", by Ruth Chesterfield, Chapter 2 Number 13, March 27th, "A Strange Guest", by Ruth Chesterfield Number 22, May 29th, "Nelly Spicer's Story", by M. A. Denison Number 23, June 5th, "Dandy Lyon's Visit To New York", by Rufus Sargent Number 33, August 14th, "The Young Musician", by Rebecca Harding Davis Number 46, November 13th, "Tippecanoe" Number 48, November 27th, "John", by Rebecca Harding Davis

1874 (All stamped C H Chapin Jan 75), 26 issues

Number 1, January 1st, "The Larches", by Julia A Eastman Number 6, February 5th, "The Lost Watch", by Rufus Sargent Number 7, February 12th, "The Governess" Number 9, February 26th, "A Dinner And A Proposal" Number 10, March 5th, "Swallow-Tail", by Ruth Chesterfield, Chapter 1 Number 11, March 12th, "Swallow-Tail", by Ruth Chesterfield, Chapter 2 Number 13, March 26th, "Jack Potter's Escape", by Edward Eggleston, Chapter 2 Number 14, April 2nd, "The Work-A-Day Clue", by Julia A Eastman Number 16, April 16th, "Luke Harlow's Leap", by Sarah P Brigham Number 17, April 23rd, "Two Letters" or "How Aunt Kitty's House Was Burnt And Built", by Julia A Eastman Number 28, July 9th, "Cannibals Or Not" Number 29, July 16th, "Pumpkinetta" Number 31, July 30th, "Who Robbed Aaron Dyke", by Sarah P Brigham Number 33, August 13th, "'Lump's' Disappearance" Number 35, August 27th, "The Boys At Beechwood", by Julia A Eastman Number 36, September 3rd, "Mrs. Meek's Son Thaddeus", by Ruth Chesterfield Number 37, September 10th, "...

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