So, magazine covers. I will try to do at least 1 post for each chronological subdivision, starting with pre-1920.
First, our oldest magazine cover, a very Victorian Scribner’s Illustrated Magazine, June 1874.
Next up, a patriotic Pearson’s from July 1900 featuring a very red, white, blue and well-armed youth.
And how about this lot to accompany our youth; The Youth’s Companion, Thanksgiving Number for 1905.
Jumping ahead 7 years with the same title, we have a softer, better rouged youth’s companion.
“The starlight’s cheery gleam, the moonlight’s calm,” a B&W, angelic companion for a woman, January 1901.
I am not sure what this January 1905 edition of Good Housekeeping is depicting, a housewife stealing away into the night on ice skates, clutching her pillow?
That’s bizarre, there’s only one ‘a’ in Bazar: