Country Life in America
Cover from 'the good health' issue, vol 8, no 22, 1911.
|Managing Editor||Henry H. Saylor|
|Publisher||Doubleday, Page & Co.|
|First issue||November 1901|
|Based in||New York City|
Country Life in America was an American shelter magazine, first published in November 1901 as an illustrated monthly by Doubleday, Page & Company. Henry H. Saylor was the initial managing editor, and Robert M. McBride started his career at this publication.
While its initial readership target was the rural dweller, it soon changed its focus to people looking for ideas on country living. In 1917, the name changed to The New Country Life,, then Country Life, and the magazine ended production in 1942.
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- Terry Considine Williams (October 6, 1996). "Once Doubleday Was a King, Now House Gets a New Look". The New York Times. Retrieved June 3, 2008.
- "The Lounger". Putnam's Magazine. 1910.
- "Periodicals ~ Letter C". lib.me.us. Retrieved June 3, 2008.
- Alan Bussel (1975). "ED114824 - A Technological Guide to the Suburbs: "Country Life in America."". ERIC. Retrieved June 3, 2008.
- Country Life in America at the HathiTrust
- The New Country Life (1917-1918) at the HathiTrust
- Country Life in the War] (1918) at the HathiTrust
- Country Life] (1919-1937) at the HathiTrust
- Country Life in America, various editions. From Google Books.
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