American Mass-Market Magazines

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interesting; perhaps this magazine should be required reading not only for all parents but also for any other individuals who come into contact with children!


Notes
1.
George J. Hecht, "Parents, We Are Here," Children: The Magazine for Parents, October 1926, p. 1.
2.
"George Joseph Hecht," Current Biography 1947, p. 287.
3.
James L. C. Ford, Magazines for Millions: The Story of Specialized Publications ( Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1969), p. 29.
4.
Contemporary Authors, vol. 97, p. 288.
5.
Current Biography 1947, p. 288.
6.
"Parents' Parent," Time, 24 September 1951, p. 77.
7.
"A Fresh Start: Notes on Our New Look," Parents, 11 November 1978, p. 11.
8.
Frank Luther Mott, A History of American Magazines, vol. 5: Sketches of 21 Magazines 1905-1930 ( Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1968), p. 142.
9.
"Parents' Magazine Seal Found 'Misleading' by FTC," Publishers Weekly, 12 December 1966, p. 31.
10.
Ibid.
11.
Sylvia Steinberg, "The Many Children of Parents' Magazine," Publishers Weekly, 19 July 1976, p. 83.
13.
"Parents' Magazine Buys FAO Schwarz Toy Store," Publishers Weekly, 23 September 1963, p. 38.
14.
Ford, p. 30.
15.
Mark S. Hoffman, ed., The World Almanac and Book of Facts 1989 ( New York: A. Scripps Howard Co., 1988), p. 350.

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Contemporary Authors. vol. 97. Detroit: Gale Research, p. 234.

Ford, James L. C. Magazines for Millions: The Story of Specialized Publications. Carbondale; Southern Illinois University Press, 1969.

"Hecht, George Joseph." Current Biography 1947. New York: H. W. Wilson, pp. 286- 88, 1948.

Hoffman, Mark S., ed. The World Almanac and Book of Facts 1989. New York: A. Scripps Howard Co., 1988.

Mead, Margaret. "Five Decades of Writing for Parents' Magazine." Parents' Magazine, October 1976, p. 44.

Mott, Frank Luther. A History of American Magazines. Vol. 5: Sketches of 21 Magazines 1905-1930. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1968.

"Parents' Magazine Buys FAO Schwarz Toy Store." Publishers Weekly, 23 September 1963 p. 38.

"Parents' Magazine Seal Found 'Misleading' by FTC." Publishers Weekly, 12 December 1966, p. 31.

"Parents' Parent." Time, 24 September 1951, pp. 77-78.

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