Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly
Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly (1876–1904) was an American popular literary magazine established by Frank Leslie as "the cheapest magazine published in the world." Contributors included Henry James and Eben E. Rexford. In 1905 it was continued by The American Magazine.
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