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T. P.'s Weekly

T. P.'s Weekly was the title of a magazine published in two incarnations by T. P. O'Connor.

Publication History

The first incarnation of T. P.'s Weekly began in 1902 and ran until 1916, when it was renamed To-Day, and run by another editor. In 1923 O'Connor took over Cassell's Weekly and renamed it T.P.'s and Cassell's Weekly. In 1927, that magazine was renamed T. P.'s Weekly, reviving this title. This second incarnation of T. P.'s Weekly ran until 1929, ending shortly after O'Connor died. No issue copyright renewals were found for this serial. The first copyright-renewed contribution is from April 28, 1928. (More details)

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