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Graham's Magazine

Graham's Magazine was an American magazine of literature, music, and fashion, published in Philadelphia in the mid-19th century.

Publication History

Graham's Magazine began in 1840 as the merger of the Casket and Burton's Gentleman's Magazine. The first issue published under the Graham's name was dated December 1840 and numbered "volume 7, number 6", following the numbering of Burton's. Subsequent issues then followed the Casket numbering, so the January 1841 issue was numbered "volume 18, number 1". The full name of the magazine varied somewhat over time as well, but always went by Graham's. The magazine ceased publication in 1858.

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