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Everybody's Magazine (New York, NY, USA)

July 1915

A ten-cent (later twenty-five-cent) monthly founded by John Wanamaker in 1899 and published in New York by The Ridgway Company, Everybody's Magazine under the editorship of John O'Hara Cosgrave combined muckraking journalism with fiction by the likes of Frank Norris, Jack London, Upton Sinclair, and Ambrose Bierce. Circulation topped 750,000 in 1904 but a decline in sales after the First World War resulted in a merger with Romance, and in January 1930 the magazine folded.

Everybody's Magazine. Galactic Central Magazine Archive.
Mott, Frank Luther. 'Everybody's Magazine'. A History of American Magazines, Volume V: 1905-1930. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1968. 72-87.