American Mass-Market Magazines

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Reilly, Patrick. "Travel Marketing: Magazines Vie for Core Advertisers." Advertising Age, 25 April 1988, pp. S2, S18.

Salisbury, Harrison. Without Fear or Favor: The New York Times and Its Times. New York: Times Books, 1980.

Talese, Gay. The Kingdom and the Power. New York: World Publishing Company, 1966.


INDEX SOURCES

Readers' Guide (1940-present); Magazine Index ( 1977-present); New York Times Index.


LOCATION SOURCES

Available in microform. Library of Congress and many other libraries.


Publication History

MAGAZINE TITLE AND TITLE CHANGES

The New-York Times Sunday Magazine Supplement, 6 September 1896-29 November 1896; The New York Times Sunday Magazine Supplement, 6 December 1896-9 May 1897; The New York Times Illustrated Magazine Supplement, 16 May 1897; The New York Times Illustrated Weekly Magazine, 23 May 1897-20 March 1898; The New York Times Illustrated Magazine Supplement, 27 March 1898-3 September 1899; no magazine published, 10 September 1899-26 May 1901; The New York Times Magazine Supplement, 2 June 1901-24 January 1904; no magazine published, 31 January 1904-24 June 1917; The New York Times Magazine Section, 1 July 1917-15 February 1920; no magazine published, 22 February 1920-11 July 1920; The New York Times Book Review and Magazine, 18 July 1920-2 September 1923; The New York Times Book Magazine Section, 9 September 1923-4 April 1926; The New York Times Magazine, 11 April 1926- present.


VOLUME AND ISSUE DATA

Issued weekly.


PUBLISHER AND PLACE OF PUBLICATION

The New York Times Company, Times Building, 229 West 43rd Street, New York, New York 10036.


EDITORS

Ralph H. Graves, 1917-1923; Lester Markel, 1923-1964; Daniel Schwarz, 1964- 1972; Max Frankel, 1973-1976. In April 1976, the position of Sunday editor was abolished. Since that time, those whose duties have included editing the New York Times Magazine are Edward Klein, 1977-1987, and James L. Greenfield, 1987- present.


CIRCULATION

Estimated Sunday circulation is 1,645,000.

Jane T. Bradford


NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER

Frank Luther Mott's classic study of American magazines describes Niles' Weekly Register as "a chief reliance of the historiographer for the first half of the nineteenth century." 1 The uniqueness and value of the Register derives from

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