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"New High," Time, 8 September 1975, p. 49.

"Resolution Used by County to Curb High Times Sales," Folio, November 1982, p. 16.

Schang, Gabrielle. "Opinions (an editorial)," High Times, August 1980, p. 3.

"[Thirteen Year History]", High Times, June 1987, pp. 41-44.


INDEX SOURCES

Not indexed.


LOCATION SOURCES

Widely held and available in microform as a part of the Bell and Howell Underground Press Collection.


Publication History

MAGAZINE TITLE AND TITLE CHANGES

High Times: The Magazine of Feeling Good, 1980-1981; otherwise, High Times: The Magazine of High Society.


VOLUME AND ISSUE DATA

Vol. 1, no. 1-vol. 1, no. 4, Summer 1974-Spring 1975, quarterly; vol. 1, no. 5-vol. 1, no. 7, August/September 1975-December/January 1976, bimonthly; vol. 1, no. 8-present, March 1976-present, monthly.


PUBLISHER AND PLACE OF PUBLICATION

Thomas King, 1974; Andrew Kowl, 1975-1980; Gabrielle Schang, 1980-1982; Robert Aronson, 1982-present.


EDITORS

Founding Editor, Tom Forcade; Ed Dwyer, 1974-1976; Susan Wyler, 1976; Pamela Loyd Shakespeare, 1976-1977; Glenn O'Brien, 1977-1978; Shirley Levitt, 1978-1979; Craig Pyle, 1979; Gabrielle Schang, 1980-1982; Andy Kowl, 1982; Larry Sloman, 1982-1985; John Howell, 1985-1987; Steven Hagar, 1987- present.


CIRCULATION

500,000 ( 1976); 250,000 ( 1988).

Alan Nourie

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HOME MECHANIX

The magazine Home Mechanix has undergone many changes since it was first published. There have been changes in its format, title, publisher, editor, content, and audience.

This periodical was first published in 1928 by Fawcett Publications of Minneapolis, Minnesota. The title at this time was Modern Mechanics and Inventions. The publisher, W. H. Fawcett, was unsure of the potential audience for the magazine, and early volumes were intended to capture the attention of all

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