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McCall's

McCall's was an American women's magazine popular in the 20th century.

Publication History

McCall's began in 1897 as The Queen, and was renamed McCall's Magazine in 1897 (carrying the subtitle "The Queen of Fashion" for some time thereafter). The first actively copyright-renewed issue is February 1924 (v. 51 no. 5), © January 10, 1924. The first actively copyright-renewed contribution is from February 1924 (v. 51 no. 5). (More details) In 2001 the magazine was renamed Rosie, after editor and celebrity Rosie O'Donnell, but publication ended in 2002.

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