When many of our greatest authors were children, they were first published in the pages of St. Nicholas
At the turn of the century, a crusading magazine editor exhorted women to seek peace of mind and body through simplicity. For a generation, they listened.
They could hardly have been more temperamentally incompatible, but the Midwestern writer Willa Cather and the crusading editor S. S. McClure enjoyed a splendid working relationship for six years and a lifetime of mutual respect
Our fascination with categorizing ourselves was fed in 1949 by a famous essay and chart that divided us by taste into different strata of culture. Now the man who invented these classifications brings us up to date.
was the first magazine in America to change its cover for every issue. And these covers may still be the best graphic art magazine has ever produced.
The sad story of a magazine born eighty years too soon
LIFE and LOVES of the FATHER of the CONFESSION MAGAZINE
A. B. Frost faithfully recorded the woodland pursuits of himself and his affluent friends