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The Mahogany Tree was a weekly[1] literary magazine published from January until December 1892.

Overview[edit]

It was started by Mildred Aldrich,[2] and it was supposedly 'devoted solely to the "fine arts"'.[3] As a review in The Harvard Crimson said, the aim was to 'give criticisms on books, pictures, music, and acting'.[2]

Contributors comprised Philip Henry Savage, Willa Cather,[4] Ralph Adams Cram,[5] Louise Imogen Guiney[5] and F. Holland Day,[5] amongst others.

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Cambridge Guide to Women's Writing in English, ed. Lorna Sage, Cambridge University Press, 30 September 1999, page 9
  2. ^ a b Harvard University Library
  3. ^ D.M.R. Bentley, The Confederation Group of Canadian Poets, 1880-1897, University of Toronto Press, 31 August 2003, page 214
  4. ^ Willa Cather's Collected Short Fiction, University of Nebraska Press; Rev Ed edition, 1 November 1970, page 578
  5. ^ a b c D.M.R. Bentley, The Confederation Group of Canadian Poets, 1880-1897, University of Toronto Press, 31 August 2003, page 334



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