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Alternative title: Nash's Pall Mall Magazine
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Issue Details: First known date: 1893... 1893 The Pall Mall Magazine
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The Pall Mall Magazine was established by William Waldorf Astor as an offshoot of the British literary magazine Pall Mall Gazette. In 1912, the magazine merged with Nash's Magazine to become Nash's Pall Mall Magazine. In October 1937 Nash's Pall Mall Magazine was incorporated into Good Housekeeping.

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

First known date: 1893
    • London,
      United Kingdom (UK),
      Western Europe, Europe,
      Routledge ,
      1893-1914 .

PeriodicalNewspaper Details

Vol.1, No.1 (May, 1893) - Vol.53, No.257 (Sept. 1914)
Continued by:
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine
From October, 1937, Nash's Pall Mall Magazine was incorporated in Good Housekeeping.

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