Ye Quaint Magazine (periodical)
An advert. in The Stage as Vocation (1902)
|Editor||Amos Woodbury Rideout|
|Publisher||Quaint Publishing Co.|
|Country||United States (Boston)|
Ye Quaint Magazine was an American bi-monthly periodical, first published by Amos W. Rideout and in its final year by William Windsor, which was self-described 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.