From Pat Deveney's database:
This was the organ of the Sociedad Constancia founded in Buenos Aires the same year as the journal was started. The journal was very international in its approach, mirroring the population of Buenos Aires, with regular contributions by Spanish spiritists like Amalia Domingo y Soler and translations from American, British and French journals on the likes of J.V. Mansfield, William Eglinton, et al., but remained fundamentally Kardecist in approach. The microfilmed copy ends with 1906, but the journal was still being noted in the exchanges of Mysteria in April 1913. Cornell University; University of California, Los Angeles; Indiana University; University of Michigan; University of Texas, Austin, microfilm; Archivo General de la Guerra Civil Espanola; Hemeroteca Municipal de Madrid.
|Issues:||Constancia V1 Nov 1877-Nov 1878|
|Constancia V2 Dec 1878-Dec 1879|
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