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Travel and Leisure, formerly Travel and Camera.
Vol. 1-current, February/March 1971-current. Bimonthly, 1971-1979; monthly, October 1979-current.
American Express Publishing Corporation, Marianne Howatson, vice-president and publisher; New York.
Caskie Stinnett, 1971-1975; Pamela Fiori, 1975-current.
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Travel-Holiday was founded by George H. Daniels as The Four-Track News in July 1901. It was published by the Passenger Department of the New York Central and Hudson River Railroad as a ten-cent illustrated magazine of travel and education. For over eighty years, Travel-Holiday has maintained its position