: Dated to the 1890s, this is an advertisement for 'The Youth's Companion,' a children's magazine published by Perry Mason & Company. The advertisement lists reasons someone should subscribe to the magazine, including its low cost, excellent articles and appeal for the whole family. The Youth's Companion was published from 1827 through 1929, though it later years it was known as The Companion. It merged with The American Boy in 1929. Though its content was originally religious in nature, it came to include literature and entertainment and was directed to both adult and child audiences. View on Ohio Memory.
: PA532_44_03_01 Subjects
: Cultural Ohio--Popular Culture; Arts and Entertainment; American literature; Children's literature; Advertisements; Places
: 'Youth's Companion' advertisement