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The Survey

The Survey was an American magazine on social and political issues published in New York in the early and mid 20th century.

Publication History

The Survey began in 1909 as a successor to "Charities and Commons", continuing its volume and issue numbering. A special monthly "Graphic" issue was published beginning in 1921. (Some of the non-"graphic" issues were titled "Survey Mid-Monthly".) A separate "Survey Graphic" magazine spun off in 1933; issues of Survey Graphic from 1933 onward are listed separately. At the end of 1948, Survey Graphic re-merged with Survey Mid-Monthly, and the combined magazine published as The Survey once again from 1949 until 1952. No issue copyright renewals were found for this serial. The first copyright-renewed contribution is from January 1950 (v. 86 no. 1). (More details)

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