Ye Quaint Magazine (periodical)

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Ye Quaint Magazine

An advert. in The Stage as Vocation (1902)
Editor Amos Woodbury Rideout
Publisher Quaint Publishing Co.
First issue 1901
Final issue 1904
Country United States (Boston)
Language English

Ye Quaint Magazine was an American bi-monthly periodical, first published by Amos W. Rideout and in its final year by William Windsor, described by the publishers as an "Odd, Queer and Curious Magazine," promising readers "Unusual Stories, Quaint Happenings, Strange Experiences, Odd Advertisements," and more particularly regular columns of astrological prediction (with the promise of a free "astrological delineation" to paying subscribers) and "PURE BOOKS on AVOIDED SUBJECTS" for sale.