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Our Little Men and Women

Heavily illustrated magazine aimed at the young reader and featuring short stories and poems.

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1890s: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
Publishers:   D. Lothrop Company, Boston, Massachusettes

Our Little Ones

Issues & Index Sources:  1881 – 1883
Frequency:   monthly

Our Little Ones Treasury

Religious paper.

Issues & Index Sources:  Jan-1888 – ?
Publishers:   John Ritchie
Frequency:   monthly

Our Lucky Series

Total Issues: 5

Issues & Index Sources:  1878
Publishers:   Lee & Sheppard
Sources:   Dime Novel Bibliography

Our Magazine

Total Issues: 10

"A paper written by boys for boys." (Lofts, Old Boys Books)

Issues & Index Sources:  Jun-1904 – Mar-1905
Publishers:   Odhams
Editors:   E.H. Visiak
Frequency:   monthly

Our Miscellaneous Publications

Total Issues: 8

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1890s
Publishers:   Stein
Sources:   Dime Novel Bibliography


Fanzine with stories and poetry by the usual fanzine writers of the mid-80's - Janet Fox, John Benson, Jeff VanderMeer, Dale Sproule, etc.

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1980s
Editors:   Erskine Carter, Rock Island, Illinois

Our Own

Total Issues: 4

"One of the rare papers published in the provinces, described as a monthly magazine for boys. Its editor was H. Major, B.A., B.S.Sc., F.R.G.S., who most certainly made use of his titles. Its contents were very dry, and this no doubt was why the paper had a short run. In its last issue they announced that "the number of readers did not come up to expectations," and they appealed to readers to distribute copies. This must have been unsuccessful as the paper never appeared again." (W.O.G. Lofts)

Issues & Index Sources:  Jan-1877 – Apr-1877
Publishers:   W. Stuart & Co., Sherwood House, Nottingham (Note: Gifford gives Stewart)
Editors:   H. Major
Pagecounts:   20pp
Frequency:   monthly

Our Own Magazine

Religious paper.

Issues & Index Sources:  1879 – ?: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
Publishers:   Children's Special Service Mission, 13a Warwick Lane, London E.C.
Formats:   smaller size photogravure (from the 1940s)
Prices:   1d
Pagecounts:   16pp; 8pp
Frequency:   monthly (20th of month)

Our Pets Library

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1940s
Publishers:   Success Series; W.H.C.
Formats:   pocket library
Pagecounts:   20pp


Issues & Index Sources:  1941 – ?
Publishers:   Dell

Our Sparkling Series

Total Issues: 7

Issues & Index Sources:  1878
Publishers:   Lee & Sheppard
Sources:   Dime Novel Bibliography

Our World

While initially it published very little fiction, it absorbed World Fiction in March 1923 and thereafter ran a couple of stories per issue at least.

Issues & Index Sources:  Aug-1922 – Dec-1924: FictionMags Index
Publishers:   The Houston Publishing Company, 9 East 37th Street New York City
Editors:   Arthur Bullard, Herbert S. Houston, Malcolm W. Davis, Harriet V. Wishnieff, Harald Toksvig & Sara Robinson
Prices:   25c
Pagecounts:   128pp
Frequency:   monthly

Our Young Folks

Total Issues: 106

One of the first American children's magazines to focus on fiction rather than moralistic articles. Published work by Thomas Bailey Aldrich, J.T. Trowbridge (his Jack Hazard stories), Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, John Greenleaf Whittier, Horatio Alger, Mayne Reid, Edward Everett Hale.

Issues & Index Sources

  Jan-1865 – Oct-1873: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)

#merges with St. Nicholas


  Ticknor & Fields, Boston


  "Gail Hamilton" (Mary Abigail Dodge), John T. Trowbridge, Lucy Larcom


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Our Young Folks Weekly Budget

Noted for serialising three novels by Robert Louis Stevenson, "Treasure Island" (1881 - 1882), "The Black Arrow" (1883) and "Kidnapped" (1886), as well as the adventures of Tim (King) Pippin and of Jack Valiant by Roland Quiz (Richard Quittenton).

Entitled Our Young Folks Weekly Budget, 1-288; Young Folks Weekly Budget, 289-431; Young Folks Budget, 432-447; Young Folks, 448-733; Young Folks Paper, 734-1074; Old and Young, 1075-1353.

Incorporated into (?or Becomes): Folks at Home

Issues & Index Sources

  2-Jan-1871 – 21-Jun-1879, as Our Young Folks' Weekly Budget
  28-Jun-1879 – 27-Jun-1891, as Young Folks
  4-Jul-1891 – 11-Sep-1896, as Old and Young
  18-Sep-1896 – 29-Apr-1897, as Folks at Home


  James Henderson, Manchester (based in London from 1873)


  James Henderson (to #108)
  Miss Sarah Holland
  c. 1878 – ?: H. Clinton
  1884 – 1885: Robert Leighton
  J. Harwood Panting


  large tabloid (folio)




  16pp; 8pp



Our Young Men

"Articles by and about young men of note, examples of self-help, inspiring stories of success, literary sketches, and high-class fiction."

Issues & Index Sources:  c. 1904
Publishers:   Partridge
Prices:   1d
Pagecounts:   24pp
Frequency:   monthly

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