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The Smart Set was an American literary magazine, founded by Colonel William d'Alton Mann and published from March 1900 to June 1930. During its Jazz Age heyday under the editorship of H.L. Mencken and George Jean Nathan, The Smart Set offered many up-and-coming authors their start and gave them access to a relatively large audience. Its headquarters was in New York City.
Mencken fan posted a review on Amazon after buying The Smart Set volume 48 on December 2016:
"This book is advertised as a reproduction of the July 1923 issue of "The Smart Set" with George Jean Nathan as an author. It is in fact a reproduction of the July 1903 issue, when Nathan had nothing to do with "The Smart Set".