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Fame and Fortune Weekly : Stories of Boys Who Make Money

Description: A weekly magazine devoted to stories of enterprising boys who achieve fame and fortune. Titles convey the rags to riches nature of the narratives: "From Foundry Boy to Steel King," "From Mill to Millions," etc. Purportedly founded on true incidents in the lives of successful self-made men, the stories show how boys with pluck, perseverance and brains can become famous and wealthy. Illustration: full-page color cover. 32 pages.
Publisher: Frank Tousey
Place of Publication: New York
Collection ID: RBC ZZ1
Date of First Issue: 1909
Date of Last Issue: 1928
Holdings: ZZ1-6 no. 41, 82, 214 (4 copies), 307, 351, 384, 388, 392, 394, 413, 471, 475, 545, 624, 630, 641, 645, 651, 657, 671, 907, 916, 947, 1067, 1094, 1175

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