February 1922First office for work on the Newsmagazine set up at 141 E. 17th Street, New York City.
March 3, 1923Vol. I, No. 1 of TIME. Editors: Briton Hadden, Henry R. Luce; Associates: Manfred Gottfried, Thomas J. C. Martyn, Alan Rinehart, John A. Thomas. Circulation Manager: Roy E. Larsen. Advertising Manager: Robert L. Johnson. Circulation: 12,000.
Nov. 5, 1923First coated-stock ("slick-paper") cover. The man-on-the-cover that week: Giulio Gatti-Casazza, manager of Manhattan's Metropolitan Opera.
October 1924Circulation: 50,000.
November 1924TIME'S Letters column first appeared. A correspondent announced himself as a "cover to cover" reader. (TIME still cherishes his kind.)
September 1923TIME moved to Cleveland.
December 1923Circulation: 100,000.