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April 03, 2005

Magazine covers galore

Dead_pope_1Covers of nineteenth-century children's magazines

Covers of The American Red Cross magazines, since 1908

Psychological Operations (PSYOP), Psychological Warfare, Black Propaganda, and Aerial Propaganda Leaflets. From Operations “Cornflakes” and “Sauerkraut” in WW2 to today’s Iraq & Iran. Previously posted: Leaflets dropped on Iraq

Covers of some Condé Nast magazines: New Yorker, Gourmet, Mademoiselle, House & Garden, Vanity Fair, and Vogue through the years

A giant selection of old magazine covers, from “Nostalgiaville”!

Magazine covers with optical microscopy photographs from “Molecular Expressions” (Color photographs taken through an optical microscope of various beer brands, and other important items)

Misty - The pool of life. 4th February 1978 - 12th January 1980

Glen Charlow's Lucille Ball Collection: Magazines with Lucy on the Cover

Madonna on Magazine Covers 1986-2004. Also, Suzanne Vega

A wonderful collection of magazine covers featuring Bettie Page, pinup goddess, from “Retro Crush”

Modified comic and magazine covers for undercover crossdressers

An Illustrated History of Magazine Covers and Cover Lines

After a brief stint as a slick, celebrity-driven version of the Nation, the pot-appreciation magazine High Times is back to its roots — and readers are inhaling deeply

Trouser Press magazine published a total of 95 issues between 1974 and 1984. Here they are

Real Scoop: the famous Pope wearing Bono's glasses smuggled photo. Also from there: Abba Pater

Many More Unusual Newspapers and Magazines Here. (By the way, I am abandoning the updates on the ”Blog of the Day” feature, at least temporarily. You may still visit the complete list there.)

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