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Library of Congress; many other libraries. Available in microform.
Children: The Magazine for Parents, October 1926-January 1929; Children: The Parents' Magazine, February 1929-July 1929; The Parents' Magazine, August 1929-December 1965; Parents' Magazine and Better Homemaking, January 1966- October 1969; Parents' Magazine and Better Family Living, November 1969- June 1977; Parents' Magazine, July 1977-December 1978; Parents, January 1979-current.
October 1926-current, monthly.
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