The magazine's first issue was in July 1868, published by Bret Harte, and continued until the late 1875. The original publishers, in 1880, started The Californian, which became The Californian and Overland Monthly in October 1882. In January 1883, the effort reverted to The Overland Monthly (starting again with Volume I, number 1). In 1923 the magazine merged with Out West to become Overland Monthly and the Out West magazine, and ended publication in July 1935.
Famous writers, editors, and artists included:
- Ambrose Bierce
- Alice Cary
- Willa Cather
- Frona Eunice Wait Colburn
- Bret Harte
- Ina Coolbrith
- Edgar Fawcett
- Henry George
- John Brayshaw Kaye
- Clarence King
- Jack London
- Josephine Clifford McCracken
- Joaquin Miller
- John Muir
- Hugo Wilhelm Arthur Nahl
- Stephen Powers - on California Native Americans.
- William Saroyan
- Clark Ashton Smith
- Charles Warren Stoddard
- Mark Twain
- Joseph Pomeroy Widney - contributed 8 articles.
- Milicent Shinn 1882-1894
- Archive 1868–1900: University of Michigan
- More issues, into the 1900s: Archive.org
- Guide to the Overland Monthly Records at The Bancroft Library
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