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Ladies' Home Journal, one of the "Seven Sisters" of original women's magazines, is shuttering its monthly print publication, Advertising Age reported today.
Parent company Meredith confirmed the fold, although a Meredith spokesman said the magazine may continue in the form of a special interest publication available on newsstands. The entire print editorial staff was laid off at a meeting this morning.
First published in 1883, the magazine reportedly has a current circulation of 3.2 million, but its ad pages had fallen 23 percent this year.
Below, a look back at the iconic publication's covers, from then to now. --Sarah Eberspacher