The Press: Fatter

Upon library tables and newsstands appeared The Living Age for Sept. 6, a very different looking magazine from all its little brown predecessors. It was fatter, having 80 pages to their 48. Its cover was smooth stock, white with a brown border. A subtitle ran: "Monthly Edition."

An editorial note and a "house ad." described how every fourth or fifth issue of the admirable little weekly that the Atlantic Monthly Press gets out to "bring the world to America" would be similarly expanded and glorified "to receive longer articles of the type that justify...

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