Stories from Everybody's Magazine
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Everybody's Magazine was an American magazine from 1899 to 1929.
The magazine was founded by Philadelphia merchant John Wanamaker in 1899, though he had little role in its actual operations.
Initially, the magazine published a combination of non-fiction articles and new fiction stories. By 1926, the magazine had become a pulp fiction magazine and in 1929 it merged with Romance magazine.
Beginning in 1915, the magazine began referring to itself simply as Everybody's.
Writers who appeared in Everybody's Magazine included Jack London, Talbot Mundy, Victor Rousseau, A. A. Milne (Milne's novel The Red House Mystery was serialised in the agazine)Hugh Pendexter and Raoul Whitfield.