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Pearson's Magazine

Pearson's Magazine was an American magazine of literature, politics, and the arts, published in New York in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Publication History

The American Pearson's Magazine began publication in 1899, as a spinoff of the British magazine of the same name. Volume numbering is somewhat inconsistent (sometimes following the numbers of the British edition, sometimes only taking US volumes into account), so issues are best referenced by date. Issues were published under "The New Pearson's" title for much of 1923. All content of this serial is in the public domain in the US. (More details) The last issue of the American magazine was published in 1925.

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