The Voice (periodical)

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The Voice was a periodical created by L. W. Rogers in 1952. He wrote:

When I stopped lecturing the cause was not my health but my voice. After nearly forty years of it my voice was too worn for anything more than a few minutes at a time. It had been my intention to write one more book to discuss some important phases of Theosophy but it was finally decided instead to start a small monthly journal which can also be a teacher and enable me to continue my public work. The name of the new publication will be The Voice. Published at Ojai, California, it will make its appearance in July. In form it will be a very small newspaper and that simplicity enables the subscription price to be only one dollar a year so that all who have the least interest in it will be able to have it.[1]

Notes

  1. L. W. Rogers, "A New Publication by Mr. Rogers" The American Theosophist 40.8 (July, 1952), 140.