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Watson's Magazine

Watson's Magazine, also published for part of its run as Watson's Jeffersonian Magazine, was an early 20th century American political magazine, edited for the most part by Thomas E. Watson.

Publication History

Watson's Magazine began in 1905 as Tom Watson's Magazine. (Issues under that title are listed separately.) The first issue titled Watson's Magazine was the March 1906 issue, and it continued the volume numbering of the older title. It ran until the end of 1906. Watson started a new magazine, Watson's Jeffersonian Magazine, in 1907, with a new volume and issue numbering. The inside title reverted to Watson's Magazine in 1910, the volume numbering jumped up to 12 in 1911, and the cover title reverted to Watson's Magazine by 1912. It ran until 1917.

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