Peterson's Ladies National Magazine, July Vol. LXXX, Illustrated, 1881


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Peterson's Ladies National Magazine
July Vol. LXXX



Publisher: Charles J. Peterson

Copyright: 1881


This magazine is in poor condition. Softcover. The front cover is detached. The text block is toned. Held together by original staples which are rusted. Richly illustrated. -


Peterson's Magazine (1842–1898) was an American magazine focused on women. In 1842, Charles Jacobs Peterson and George Rex Graham, partners in the Saturday Evening Post, agreed that a new women's journal to compete with Godey's Lady's Book would be a good venture. Peterson launched Ladies' National Magazine as a cheaper alternative to Godey's ($2 per year instead of $3) in January 1842. Ann S. Stephens was an early editor and substantial contributor to the periodical, and there was some attempt to portray her as running the show (for marketing purposes, perhaps), although Peterson was still in charge.

Item Dimensions: 10.0 inches x 6.5 inches


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