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Hearst's / Hearst's International

Hearst's / Hearst's International was an American monthly magazine published in the early 20th century by Hearst Magazines.

Publication History

Hearst's Magazine was a 1912 renaming of "The World Today" (which Hearst had acquired in 1911; it is listed separately). It continued the volume numbering of that periodical, and thus began with Volume 22. In 1922, the title shifted to "Hearst's International". Issue copyright renewals began prior to 1923. In the mid-1920s, Hearst's International combined publication with Cosmopolitan, which eventually effectively absorbed it.

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