I have seen a publication that I wasn't aware existed. Titled "The Indian Magazine" this one is dated July/August of 1948 and is Vol. 1, No.1.
It is a very nice and well put-together magazine with good information, although it is a company mouthpiece similar to the H-D Enthusiast.
I'm curious: How long did this magazine last and how many issues in total? Did it go for years or was it short lived?
Inside it says that it would run bi-monthly, which in this context must mean every 2 months or six times a year, but did it?
The editor was W.W. Scott and writers of articles included Fritsie Baer, Graham Walker, Floyd Clymer, and one of the AMCA founders, Theodore A. Hodgdon.
This premier issue features the new middle-weight Arrow single and vertical twin Scout. At one time I had one of those Scouts. My only Indian (except for a 1919 v-twin engine that I once had).