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The Saturday Evening Post

The Saturday Evening Post is the name of a popular American general interest weekly magazine published in the 19th and 20th centuries. There is also a current incarnation, published bimonthly. (There is a Wikipedia article about this serial.)

Publication History

The Saturday Evening Post was first published under that name in Philadelphia in 1821. It was known as Atkinson's Saturday Evening Post for part of the 1830s. The first actively copyright-renewed issue is January 5, 1929 (v. 201 no. 27). The first actively copyright-renewed contribution is from January 5, 1929 (v. 201 no. 27). (More details) In its most influential years, it was published by the Curtis Publishing Company, which owned the magazine from 1897 to the end of its weekly run in 1969. After a 2-year hiatus, the periodical was revived in 1971, and since then has published with a lesser frequency.

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