The Nautilus (magazine)

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The Nautilus was a magazine of the New Thought Movement, founded in 1898 by Elizabeth Towne. In May 1900, Towne moved the magazine to Holyoke, Massachusetts, which became its permanent home until its discontinuation in August 1953, when Towne retired from publishing at the age of 88. Towne also published, under the "Elizabeth Towne" imprint, books consisting of material which had run in serialized form in the magazine, generally supplying introductions to the compiled works.

Authors who were published in the magazine include:

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