Uncle Remus's Home Magazine
A monthly magazine aimed at families living in the American South, UNCLE REMUS'S HOME MAGAZINE was edited from 1907 until his death in July, 1908 by Joel Chandler Harris, best known for his collected southern black folk tales in the "Uncle Remus" tradition. Here's the November, 1908 issue, online at the University of Florida, if you're curious about its contents. In fact, it was a continuation of THE HOME magazine, about which we currently know not much; LC does not help with this, though the "Atlanta Constitution" ran a piece, available for pay through ProQuest, describing its start. We place it here in the Monthly Magazines section, although its content could easily also place it in the Women's Magazines section. Here's an ABAA seller's comment on the magazine. After Harris's death, the magazine was edited by his son Julian, but folded in 1913.
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