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Hearst's / Hearst's International was an American monthly magazine published in the early 20th century by Hearst Magazines.
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". The first actively copyright-renewed issue is February 1924 (v. 45 no. 2), © January 15, 1924. The first actively copyright-renewed contribution is from February 1924 (v. 45 no. 2), © January 15, 1924. (More details) In the mid-1920s, Hearst's International combined publication with Cosmopolitan, which eventually effectively absorbed it.
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