Everybody's Magazine was an American magazine from 1899 to 1929.
In 1903, it had a circulation of 150,000, and Wanamaker sold the magazine for $75,000 to a group headed by Erman Jesse Ridgeway. A series of muckraking articles called "Frenzied Finance" in 1904 boosted circulation to well over 500,000, and it stayed above the half million mark for many years. During America's involvement in World War I, circulation declined below 300,000. By the late 1920s, it had declined to about 50,000.
Beginning in 1915, the magazine began referring to itself simply as Everybody's.
Writers who appeared in Everybody's Magazine included Jack London, Talbot Mundy, Victor Rousseau, A. A. Milne (Milne's novel The Red House Mystery was serialised in the magazine)  Hugh Pendexter and Raoul Whitfield.
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