The Harvard Crimson
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May 8, 1882
The Weekly Magazine of Chicago succeeds the Western Magazine. James G. Blaine contributes an article to the first number on "Garfield's South American Policy." W. C. Larned, president of the Chicago Harvard Club, is one of the contributors.
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