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Redbook is a long-running American women's magazine.

Publication History

Redbook began in 1903 as The Red Book Illustrated. The title changed to "The Red Book" in its second issue, and to "Redbook" in 1929. The first copyright-renewed issue is February 1923 (v. 40 no. 4), © January 23, 1923. The first copyright-renewed contribution is from March 1923 (v. 40 no. 5). (More details) It is still published today.

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