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Godey's Lady's Book
Godey's Lady's Book was an American women's magazine published in the 19th century.
Godey's Lady's Book began in 1830 as The Lady's Book. "Godey's" was added to the title around 1840. It was also known as "Godey's Magazine", using that name exclusively in its last few years. It ceased publication in 1898, and was absorbed by The Puritan.
Persistent Archives of Complete Issues
- 1830-1838: HathiTrust has volumes 1-17, scanned from copies at Princeton University.
- 1831-1836, 1839-1844, 1847-1879, 1881-1884, 1888-1890, 1894-1898: HathiTrust has volumes 2-7, 9-13, 18-28, 34-60, 62-99, 102-109, 116-120, 128-130, and 132-136, scanned from the New York Public Library, the University of Michigan, and the University of Minnesota. Some gaps in this range are covered above and below.
- 1851: Project Gutenberg has illustrated transcriptions of a couple of issues from volume 42.
- 1874: HathiTrust has volume 88, covering January-June 1874.
- 1874: HathiTrust has volume 89, covering July-December 1874.
- 1880: The Internet Archive has volume 100, covering January-June 1880.
- 1880: The Internet Archive has volume 101, covering July-December 1880.
- 1892: HathiTrust has the October 1892 issue (Volume 125 number 748).
- 1893: HathiTrust has volume 127, covering July-December 1893.
- 1895: HathiTrust has volume 131, covering July-December 1895.
- We also list issues of The Puritan, which absorbed this magazine.
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