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American illustrated magazine.

New Title: American magazine (New York, N.Y. : 1906)
Previous Title: Leslie's monthly magazine
Language(s): English
Published: New York : Colver Pub. House, c1905-c1906.
Note: Title from caption.
Its well-illustrated pages contained much miscellaneous material--serialized stories, short stories, a little poetry, essays in science, art, literature, and anthropology, and plenty of jokes and anecdotes. Under Sedgwick, Leslie's Monthly, as it was renamed in 1904, gave more attention to public events than before but did not yet participate in muckraking. There was some emphasis on wit and humor, and fiction was furnished by Stephen Crane, Frank R. Stockton, Samuel Merwin, Stewart Edward White and Emerson Hough. A series on "The American Woman in Action" and new book notices were also included. In the fall of 1905 its name changed to the American Illustrated Magazine and the word illustrated was dropped in June, 1906. Cf. American periodicals, 1741-1900.
Pagination is irregular. Several pages are torn, taped, stained, and have faded or blurred with some loss of text.
Physical Description: 3 v. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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