“Allen Chapman” began as a pseudonym for stories written by Edward Stratemeyer and evolved into a pen name for several Stratemeyer Syndicate series.

The Stratemeyer Syndicate series that used this name are:

Series Book Info:

Ralph of the Railroad

Ralph of the Railroad

The Ralph of the Railroad series was the Stratemeyer Syndicate's first series produced under the Syndicate method. The first ghostwriter, Weldon J. Cobb, was advised to consult a series of articles that were published in McClure's Magazine.The Railroad  series (aka Ralph of the...
The Boys of Business (Boys of Pluck) series

The Boys of Business (Boys of Pluck) series

The Boys of Business series, also called Boys of Pluck, was a series of loosely-connected career success stories.One of Edward Stratemeyer 's favorite authors as a youth was Horatio Alger, Jr. Late in the elder author's life, the two men corresponded and helped each other where they could. Alger...
The Darewell Chums

The Darewell Chums

The Darewell Chums series used a standard cover design when published by Cupples & Leon. These did not sell well but the reprints with different titles from Goldsmith for the dime store marketplace are common by comparison.Stratemeyer developed a number of new series for Cupples & Leon...