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Periodical: The Humanitarian

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Humanitarian, The.
A Monthly Magazine.
1892-1901 Monthly
New York, NY, then London, England. Publisher: Hutchinson & Co.. Editor: Victoria C. Woodhull (Mrs. John Biddulph Martin), Zula Maud Woodhull.

1/1, July 1892-1910. 16 pp., 50 cents/ 2s 6d a year. Though the journal was primarily devoted to eugenics and social issues, it was, as the Banner of Light, August 7, 1897, noted,"reformatory, progressive and devoted to psychic studies," with the last topic increasingly coming to light as the journal progressed. It was largely written by Woodhull but attracted contributions by Paul Tyner and other New Thought writers and published, notably, an article on the workings of the Golden Dawn Temple in Paris, complete with photographs. "Isis Worship in Paris. Conversations with the Hierophant Rameses and the High Priestess Anari," February 1900. Mrs. Martin is the re-fashioned Victoria Woodhull after her removal to England and marriage to the millionaire John Martin. On Woodhull, see the note under Woodhull & Claflin's Weekly. Zula Maud (1861- ) was Victoria's daughter, possibly by Canning Woodhull.

Issues:Humanitarian V1 N1 Jun 1892
Humanitarian V1 N2 Aug 1892
Humanitarian V1 N3 Sep 1892
Humanitarian V1 N4 Oct 1892
Humanitarian V1 N5 Nov 1892
Humanitarian V1 N6 Dec 1892
Humanitarian V2 N1 Jan 1893
Humanitarian V2 N2 Feb 1893
Humanitarian V2 N3 Mar 1893
Humanitarian V2 N4 Apr 1893
Humanitarian V2 N5 May 1893
Humanitarian V2 N6 Jun 1893
Humanitarian V1-2 1892-3 Index

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