The Strand Magazine was a monthly magazine first published in January, 1891. It was founded by George Newnes and aimed at a mass-market family readership. It contained a mixture of factual articles, short stories and serials, most of which were illustrated to some extent.
The Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle were first published in The Strand and were illustrated by Sidney Paget. The first to appear was "A Scandal in Bohemia", which was published in the July, 1891 issue.
- The Story of The Strand, by Chris Willis, first published in December 1998 in the revived Strand Magazine.