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    My Magazine [Vol. 9, No. 62, April 1915] ed. Arthur Mee (The Amalgamated Press, 7d, 8+721-824pp, 6.5″ x 9.5″)
    The magazine is in the process of changing name from Children’s Magazine to My Magazine; the cover says My Children’s Magazine, the spine says Children’s Magazine and it is referred to internally as both Children’s Magazine and My Magazine, although the latter is used on the Table of Contents. Contains an 8-page newspaper supplement The Little Paper (No. 54, March 1915) described as “The Story of the Great War Told for the Boys and Girls of the English-Speaking Race”.


    My Magazine [Vol. 10, No. 63, May 1915] ed. Arthur Mee (The Amalgamated Press, 7d, 8+104pp, 6.5″ x 9.5″)
    The magazine is in the process of changing name from Children’s Magazine to My Magazine; the cover says My Children’s Magazine, the spine says Children’s Magazine and it is referred to internally as both Children’s Magazine and My Magazine, although the latter is used on the Table of Contents. Contains an 8-page newspaper supplement The Little Paper (No. 55, May 1915) described as “The Story of the Great War Told for the Boys and Girls of the English-Speaking Race”.


    My Magazine [Vol. 10, No. 64, June 1915] ed. Arthur Mee (The Amalgamated Press, 7d, 8+105-208pp, 6.5″ x 9.5″)
    The magazine is in the process of changing name from Children’s Magazine to My Magazine; the cover says My Magazine, Formerly the Children’s Magazine, the spine says Children’s Magazine and it is referred to internally as My Magazine. Contains an 8-page newspaper supplement The Little Paper (No. 56, June 1915) described as “The Story of the Great War Told for the Boys and Girls of the English-Speaking Race”.


    My Magazine [August 1915] ed. Arthur Mee (The Amalgamated Press, 7d, 8+313-416pp, 6.5″ x 9.5″)
    The magazine is in the process of changing name from Children’s Magazine to My Magazine; the cover says My Magazine, Formerly the Children’s Magazine, the spine says Children’s Magazine and it is referred to internally as My Magazine. Contains an 8-page newspaper supplement The Little Paper (No. 58, August 1915) described as “The Story of the Great War Told for the Boys and Girls of the English-Speaking Race”.





    My Magazine [Vol. 21, No. 180, February 1925] ed. Arthur Mee (The Amalgamated Press, 1/-, 16+89-184pp, 6.5″ x 9.5″)
    • 89 · A Solemn Spectacle Under the Flag · [uncredited] · ar
    • 97 · Scenes in the Marvellous Life of India’s Millions · [Misc.] · pi
    • 103 · How We Gave the World Its Useful Animals · [uncredited] · ar
    • 115 · Hands Off, America · [uncredited] · ms
    • 116 · A Day with England’s Greatest Man · [uncredited] · ar
    • 121 · Shakespeare Takes a Walk Through London · [Misc.] · pi
    • 129 · Life in a Thousand Years · [uncredited] · ar
    • 153 · Twenty-One Years in the Clouds · [uncredited] · ar
    • 164 · Thity Things That Are White · [Misc.] · pi
    • 165 · The Memories of the World · [uncredited] · ar
    • 169 · The Rocking Horse · [uncredited] · ct
    • 170 · Sammy’s a Monkey, That’s True · [uncredited] · pm
    • 171 · I Can’t Help Feeling · [uncredited] · pm
    • 172 · The Hippo Boys Go for a Basket of Eggs on a Slippery, Slidy Day [Hippo Boys] · [uncredited] · vi
    • 174 · The End of the Journey · [uncredited] · vi
    • 175 · On a Cold and Frosty Morning · [uncredited] · ct
    • 176 · Jimmy Mouse Spoils the Picture · [uncredited] · vi
    • 177 · A Little Garden of Verses · [Misc.] · ms (r)
    • 181 · Face to Face · [uncredited] · vi
    • 183 · How Balek Won His Wager · [uncredited] · vi
    • 184 · A Little Story in English and French: King Caramel · [uncredited] · vi
    • 14a · Why Things Are Done · [Misc.] · cl
    • 14a · The Puzzles of the Wizard King · [Misc.] · ms
    • 16a · The Dream · [uncredited] · vi


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