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Scribner's Magazine

Scribner's Magazine is the name of an American monthly illustrated popular magazine from the 19th and 20th centuries.

Publication History

Scribner's Magazine began in 1887, though an earlier Scribner's Monthly (listed separately) had run from 1870 to 1881. The first copyright-renewed issue is February 1923 (v. 73 no. 2), © January 25, 1923. The first copyright-renewed contribution is from March 1923 (v. 73 no. 3). (More details) Scribner's Magazine ran until 1939, when its was acquired by the publishers of the Commentator, who then ran a merged publication called Scribner's Commentator until 1942.

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