DOLLARS And CENTS or From Cash Boy to Partner. And Other Stories. Fame and Fortune Weekly. Stories of Boys Who Make Money. No. 363. Sept. 13th, 1912.

New York: Frank Tousey, 1912. Cf McCue, p. 97 [for the Shackleford story, noting a previous publication in Tousey's 'Happy Days' magazine]. 30, [2] pp. Text double column. Adverts last 2 pages. Partially unopened. 11" x 7-7/8". Printed paper wrappers, stapled. Color pictorial to front wrapper. Bright wrappers. Paper beging to yellow, as usual. A VG+ copy. Item #33459

A series that usually features Wall Street, with boys making fortunes after beginning as a runner, messenger, whathaveyou.

Includes the final chapter [XXIV] of: 'The "Red Boys", or, The Youngest Champions of the Diamond' by H.K. Shackleford & chapter VIII of "In the Klondike, or, A brave fight for gold and fame." by Alexander Armstrong; and a short story: "A Timely Attack" by D.W. Stevens.

Bragin notes only 488 original titles before Tousey began recycling, to total 1193 issues (cf. Bragin, p. 23). OCLC records just one holding.

Price: $47.50