The Stratemeyer Syndicate series that used this name are:
- The Ralph of the Railroad series (1906—1928)
- The Boys of Business series (1906—1911)
- The Darewell Chums series (1908—1911)
- The Fred Fenton series (1913—1915)
- The Tom Fairfield series (1913—1915)
- The Radio Boys series (1922—1930)
Series Book Info:
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 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 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...