- Fame and Fortune Weekly
- Self-made man, 1853-1915
- University of South Florida Libraries -- Digital Collections
- Physical Description
- 1 online resource.
- Subjects / Keywords
- Young businesspeople -- Fiction
- Success -- Fiction
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Fame and Fortune Weekly
Published by Frank Tousey, Harry E. Wolff, and Westbury Publishing Co., October 6, 1905-September 7, 1928.
Format: nickel weekly.
Publisher's description: "This weekly contains interesting stories of smart boys, who win fame and fortune by their ability to take advantage of passing opportunities. Some of these stories are founded on true incidents in the lives of our most successful self-made men, and show how a boy of pluck, perseverance and brains can become famous and wealth. Every one of this series contains a good moral tone, which makes ‘Fame and Fortune Weekly’ a magazine for the home, although each number is replete with exciting adventures. The stories are the very best obtainable, the illustrations are by expert artists, and every effort is constantly being made to make it the best weekly on the news stands. Tell your friends about it."
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