History journal subscriber file at ALC

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Lapham's Quarterly, a magazine launched in 2008 and, encompassing historic themes through original essays, commentary and criticism from scholars and writers, has awarded management of its list of 13,500 subscribers to ALC.

The ad-free literary journal is published by The American Agora Foundation, a nonprofit foundation dedicated to fostering an appreciation for history and named for former Harpers editor Lewis Lapham. This quarterly features an average of 225 pages of high-brow content and exquisite art.

Names are available at $110/M, with discounts for catalogs and nonprofits. The counts and data is updated monthly. Subscribers pay $60 per year for 4 issues.

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