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Boy—Oh Boy!

Total Issues: 1

A slender publication, featuring six to eight racey short stories, interspersed with black and white nude or scantily-clad pin-up, purporting to be a US pulp magazine.

Issues & Index Sources:  c. 1950
Publishers:   R.S. Gray Publications, London
Pagecounts:   36pp

Boys [1875]

Total Issues: 10

Issues & Index Sources:  1-Jan-1875 – 5-May-1875
Publishers:   Ward Lock Tyler

Boys [1892]

Total Issues: 104

Issues & Index Sources

  15-Oct-1892 – 13-Oct-1894

#incorporated into The Boy's Own Paper

Publishers

  Sampson Low

Editors

  Edward Step

Pagecounts

  16pp

Frequency

  weekly

Boys' Ace Library

Total Issues: 24

Issues & Index Sources:  22-Feb-1936 – 24-Apr-1937: FictionMags Index (Missing: #15)
Publishers:   C. Arthur Pearson
Frequency:   2 per month

Boys' Adventure Library [1940]

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1940s
Publishers:   Newbury House
Pagecounts:   36pp

Boy's Adventure Magazine

Total Issues: 3

Lead adventure novel by Robert Byrne plus two short stories each issue; also comics and jokes.

Issues & Index Sources:  Sep-1936 – Nov-1936: Adventure Fiction Index
Publishers:   Layne Publishing, NY
Formats:   standard pulp
Prices:   15c
Pagecounts:   128pp
Frequency:   monthly
Sources:   The Adventure House Guide to the Pulps, Ultimate Guide to the Pulps
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Boys' Adventure Stories [1946]

Total Issues: 4?

Issues & Index Sources:  Aug-1946 – 1947: FictionMags Index (missing #4)
Publishers:   Art & Educational
Pagecounts:   48pp

Boys' Alert Library

Total Issues: 12

Issues & Index Sources:  1905 – 1915
Publishers:   M. A. Donohue & Co.
Sources:   Dime Novel Bibliography

Boys and Girls [1886]

Religious paper. Entitled Boys' and Girls' Almanac from 1887.

Issues & Index Sources:  1886 – 1933 (?)
Publishers:   Pickering & Inglis, Glasgow
Prices:   ½d
Frequency:   monthly (published 1st of month)

Boys and Girls [1887]

Total Issues: 17

Issues & Index Sources

  30-Jul-1887 – 19-Nov-1887

#becomes Boys of the United Kingdom

Publishers

  Guy Rayner

Frequency

  weekly

Boys' and Girls' Almanac

see under Boys and Girls

Boys' and Girls' Companion for Leisure Hours

Total Issues: 18 + 38 = 56

Issues & Index Sources

  4-Apr-1857 – 27-Feb-1858
  1-Oct-1858 – 1-Dec-1861, as Companion for Youth

Publishers

  W. Kent & Co.; Houlston & Wright

Frequency

  1858 – 1861: monthly

Boys' and Girls' Magazine

Contains "High class illustrated pages for children, stories, short articles and illustrations."

Issues & Index Sources:  c. 1902
Publishers:   73 Bothwell Street, Glasgow
Prices:   ½d
Frequency:   monthly (1st of month)

The Boys' and Girls' Magazine, and Fireside Companion

Issues & Index Sources

  Jan-1848 – Dec-1850
  Jan-1851 – Dec-1857, as Forrester's Boys' and Girls' Magazine, and Fireside Companion
  Jan-1858 – Dec-1866, as The Student and Schoolmate, and Forrester's Boys' and Girls' Magazine

Publishers

  Jan-1848 – Dec-1850: Bradbury & Guild, Boston
  1852: William Guild & Co., Boston (1852)
  1853 – 1856: F. and G. C. Rand, Boston
  1857: Binney & Allen, Boston (1857
  Jan-1858 – Dec-1866: Joseph H. Allen : Boston

Editors

  Jan-1848 – Dec-1852: Mark Forrester
  Jan-1853 – Dec-1856: Francis Forrester, Esq.
  1857: "Father Forrester"
  Jan-1858 – Dec-1866: Oliver Optic

Frequency

  monthly

Boys and Girls of America

Total Issues: 13

Ran mystery, pirate and sf stories. Authors include George Waldo Browne, Carl Buffin, Frank Roswell.

Issues & Index Sources

  14-Mar-1896 – 16-May-1896
  23-May-1896 – 6-Jun-1896, as Boys of America

Publishers

  Al Miller, Chicago

Formats

  tabloid story-paper

Prices

  5c

Pagecounts

  16pp

Frequency

  weekly

Sources

  Dime Novel Bibliography

Boys' and Girls' Penny Magazine [1832]

Total Issues: 34

The first weekly juvenile paper to cater to the general public. "The front cover was at least three-quarters taken up by a black and white illustration depicting some incident from the main story. This was usually a fairy-tale, but written for older children in probably the eight to twelve age group. The rest of the contents were short pieces of interest. Some issues I have show a further illustration on the back cover of one of the modern steam ships in that period, whilst others have advertisements of a supllement giving the full procession of the Lord Mayor's Show in colour for the sum of only twopence." (W.O.G. Lofts, "The Start of Boys' Papers")

The paper was hugely successful, and announced sales of their Christmas number of 835,000 copies sold in one week.

Issues & Index Sources:  11-Sep-1832 – 31-Mar-1833
Publishers:   W. Howden, 194 Strand; C. Penny, 110 Chancery Lane (from #19)
Prices:   1d
Pagecounts:   8pp
Frequency:   weekly

The Boys' and Girls' Penny Magazine [1835]

Serials by Valentine Durrant, Compton Reade, J.J.G. Bradley et al

Issues & Index Sources:  1835 – 1838


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