The BROWN BOOK OF BOSTON began publishing with the May, 1900 issue, and ran monthly for five years; its last issue was May, 1905.
Published by the Bernard-Richards Company, Ltd., 100 Broad St., Boston, Massachusetts. Single copies ten cents; subscription one dollar a year in advance. Though it claimed a circulation in the 400,000 range, in 1905 it was merged into MODERN WOMEN, a similar-appearing magazine from the same publishers that survived for a couple of years further.
What an odd title for a women's magazine.