Success Magazine: For a Better (Illustrated) You!

Bound Voume from 1902

Orison Swett Marden, a proponent of the New Thought Movement, started Success Magazine in 1897. Featuring Fiction and self-help/improvement editorials and articles, Orison created the magazine to chronicle the personal achievement of individuals famous and common. So why does the Visual Arts Library have it (1902, 1908-1910)? We have it because it is chalk full of turn of the century illustrated stories, advertising, and beautifully adorned page layout. Please see below for examples.


Article about a relatively downtrodden man who helps the homeless


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Posted on February 11, 2011, in Illustration, Periodicals. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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