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Ainslee's

Ainslee's was an American magazine of popular fiction and entertainment, published in the late 19th and early 20th century.

Publication History

Ainslee's began in 1898, succeeding the Yellow Book (originally the Yellow Kid) magazine. Copyright renewals began prior to 1923. Ainslee's ran until 1926, when it was absorbed into Far West Illustrated magazine. Ainslee's was later revived for a time in the mid-1930s (being known as "Ainslee's Smart Love Stories" for part of that period).

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