The century monthly magazine. Vol. CXI, new series: vol. LXXXIX, November, 1925 to April, 1926, Nov 1925 - Apr 1926
- New York : The Century Co., 1926.
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource (1 volume (various pagings)) : illustrations (black and white, and colour).
- Additional Creators:
- Adam Matthew Digital (Firm)
- First published in 1881 by The Century Company of New York City (later renamed the Century Association), The Century initially focused on current events and illustrated historical series, and was aimed at upper-class American men. Over its publication history the focus of articles changed but it continued to boast high-profile literary and political contributors. The Century was also widely renowned for its secularist tone, often including features submitted by authors who were agnostic or atheists, including Bertrand Russell. Under Glen Frank's editorship from 1921-1925, The Century was popularized by its editorials on current events and cut back on prior illustrative features. Articles tended to focus on political, legal and national subjects such as immigration, left-wing politics, Communism, divorce rates and engineering.
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- Audience Notes:
- "Volume: 111"--Home page.
"Issues: 1-6"--Home page.
"Additional Information: February-April 1926 front covers are missing. All content present in the volume has been digitised, missing pages or unusual ordering reflects the original"--Home page.
6 issues bound into a single volume.
- Reproduction Note:
- Electronic reproduction. Marlborough, Wiltshire : Adam Matthew Digital, 2022. Digitized from a copy held by the New York Public Library and made available by Adam Matthew Digital.
- Location of Originals:
- New York Public Library
- Copyright Note:
- Material sourced from the New York Public Library.
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