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St. Nicholas : a monthly magazine for boys and girls.

Previous Title: Wide awake
Schoolday magazine
Little corporal
Children's hour (Philadelphia, Penn.)
Our young folks
Related Names: Chalat, Ned I. , former owner., Chalat, Joann , former owner., Rackham, Arthur 1878-1939, illustrator., Dodge, Mary Mapes 1830-1905.
Language(s): English
Published: New York [etc.]
Subjects: Children's periodicals, American.
Children's literature > Periodicals.
Juvenile literature.
Note: Consult "Contents" pages for "Mother Goose Pictures by Arthur Rackham. In Colors and Black and White" (so designated on front paper wrapper of Vol. XLI, No. 1 (November, 1913)) and other titles by Rackham in Vol. XLI, Part 1 (6 illustrations listed; an additional two not listed in Contents can be found facing pages 98 and 194); Vol. XLI, Part 2 (6 illustrations); Vol. XLII, Part 1 (3 illustrations).
Founded and for many years edited by M. M. Dodge.
Issues for November 1873-June 1881 were published by Scribner; July 1881-May 1930, by Century Co.
Subtitle varies: Monthly magazine for boys and girls; An illustrated magazine for boys and girls; An illustrated magazine for young folks.
Physical Description: 68 volumes : illustrations (part color), maps, music, portraits ; 25-30 cm
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