Ladies Home Journal editor Edward Bok, circa 1921.
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Credit: Project Gutenberg Archives

Born in the Netherlands, Edward Bok edited the Ladies Home Journal in Philadelphia from 1889-1919. Under Bok’s leadership the Journal became the first magazine in the world to achieve a circulation of a million. In 1921 Bok won a Pulitzer prize for his autobiography, The Americanization of Edward Bok.

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