Leslie's monthly magazine.
American illustrated magazine
Frank Leslie's popular monthly
|Related Names:||Sedgwick, Ellery 1872-1960, ed.|
New York : Frank Leslie Pub. House, c1904-c1905.
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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. Cf. American periodicals, 1741-1900.
Pagination is irregular. Several pages are torn, taped, stained, and have print faded or blurred with some loss of text.
Imprint varies: Aug. 1905, in New York, by the Colver Pub. House.
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