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  1. Comforting Joe // August 31, 2015 at 2:24 pm // Reply

    I am trying to locate an issue of Boy’s Life with a lead story titled ‘Everything you need to know about Life’. I believe it was issued in 2014, but could be a little older than that. Is anyone familiar with it? Is it on-line?

  2. looking for 1053 sept issue with Elmer the Worm–can anyone help me

  3. Cap'n Revel // June 27, 2015 at 1:27 pm // Reply

    How do I get to the 2010 section of the BL magazines?

  4. I am looking for the Dec 1983 Boys Life magazine. Can anyone help me out?

  5. Is it possible to get a copy of the June, 1997 issue of Boy’s Life?

  6. EG Cub Scout // January 30, 2015 at 7:53 pm // Reply

    I Love this make an app please!!!

  7. I was a boy scout back in the 60’s and am looking for a story called “Flight of the Valkyrie”

  8. First Class Scout, North American White Bison Patrol, Troop 350 // January 7, 2015 at 5:44 pm // Reply

    These archives of Boy’s Life magazine are really great in understanding United States History. The dirigible known as “the Hindenburg” was a “passenger airship” or “blimp” which traveled across the Atlantic Ocean from Frankfurt, Germany and was bound to land at Lakehurst, New Jersey. In May, 1937, the hydrogen filled dirigible was attempting to land at Lakehurst, New Jersey when the hydrogen filled dirigible had an accident and exploded into flames in its attempting to land at Lakehurst, New Jersey.

  9. First Class Scout, North American Roadrunner Patrol, Troop 312 // January 6, 2015 at 8:15 pm // Reply

    These archives of Boy’s Life magazine are really great in understanding United States History. “Doppler” Weather Radar was invented in 1964 and showed its usefulness as a tool in weather forecasting and in use in the field of meteorology in May, 1973. By 1975 or 1976, many of the television weather forecasters and television broadcast meteorologists were using “Doppler” Weather radar images in describing the weather forecast for a particular weather update or weather forecast television broadcast.

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