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Theosophical Quarterly, The.
This was the journal of the Theosophical Society in America, which was created by A.H. Spencer and Ernest Temple Hargrove, quondam secretary of W.Q. Judge, after a dispute with Katherine Tingley. Its notable members included Charles and Vera Johnston (H.P. Blavatsky’s niece), Archibald Keightley and his wife, Julia van der Planck ("Jasper Niemand"). The journal was originally begun as the more thoughtful companion of Theosophical Forum, which expired in 1905, and featured republished articles, reports on the activities of the Theosophical Society in America, explanations and answers to beginners, and review of Theosophical literature. The society purported to follow Theosophy as originally laid down by H.P. Blavatsky but was generally more Christian and mystical than the orthodox Theosophical Society of Adyar. ZDB: Stuttgart WLB; Freiburg Inst Grenzgeb Psychol; Berlin SBB Haus Potsdamer Strasse; NYPL; LOC; Columbia University; Cornell University; SUNY at Buffalo; Yale University.
|Theosophical Quarterly V1-2 1903-1905|
|Theosophical Quarterly V3 1905-1906|
|Theosophical Quarterly V4 1906-1907|
|Theosophical Quarterly V5 1907-1908|
|Theosophical Quarterly V6 1908-1909|
|Theosophical Quarterly V7 1909-1910|
|Theosophical Quarterly V8 1910-1911|
|Theosophical Quarterly V9 1911-1912|
|Theosophical Quarterly V10 1912-1913|
|Theosophical Quarterly V11 1913-1914|
|Theosophical Quarterly V12 1914-1915|
|Theosophical Quarterly V13-14 1915-1917|
|Theosophical Quarterly V15 1917-1919|
|Theosophical Quarterly V16 1918-1919|
|Theosophical Quarterly V17-18 1919-1921|
|Theosophical Quarterly V19-20 1921-1922|
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