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Extension is an American magazine published by Catholic Extension.
Extension began in 1906. While primarily a religious magazine today, the magazine also published fiction and other general features during the 20th century. The first copyright-renewed issue is February 1959 (v. 53 no. 9). The first copyright-renewed contribution is from October 1941. (More details) It is still published today.
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