From Pat Deveney's database:
This was the successor to Hotchner assuming the editorship of the Theosophist and moving its place of publication to Hollywood. This lasted all through 1930, when Besant in India published the Adyar Theosophist, and with the issue of January 1931 Besant again resumed editorship and began publishing from Adyar and Hotchner renamed her journal World Theosophy. Hotchener also edited The Channel. Contributions by the usual Adyar Theosophists, including Bishop C.W. Leadbeaer, George Arundale, C. Jinarajadasa, et al. Indexed by the Campbell Theosophical Research Library, Sydney, Australia, online at austheos.org.
|Issues:||World Theosophy V1 N2 Feb 1931|
|World Theosophy V1 N4 Apr 1931|
|World Theosophy V1 N5 May 1931|
|World Theosophy V1 N6 Jun 1931|
|World Theosophy V1 N7 Jul 1931|
|World Theosophy V1 N12 Dec 1931|
|World Theosophy V2 N2 Feb 1932|
|World Theosophy V2 N6 Jun 1932 Partial|
|World Theosophy V2 N7 Jul 1932|
|World Theosophy V2 N9 Sep 1932|
|World Theosophy V2 N11 Nov 1932|
|World Theosophy V3 N3 Mar 1933|
|World Theosophy V3 N12 Dec 1933|
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