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The World To-Day

The World To-Day was an American monthly magazine of current events published in the early 20th century.

Publication History

The World To-Day was a 1902 renaming of "Current Encyclopedia" (which had begin in 1902, and is listed separately). It continued the volume numbering of that periodical, and thus began with Volume 3. In 1912, the title shifted to "Hearst's Magazine: The World To-Day", shortening over time to "Hearst's". We list volumes from 1912 onward under the "Hearst's" title.

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