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La Vie Parisienne

Chéri Hérouard was a French illustrator who was most famously known for his forty-five year work for French society magazine, La Vie Parisienne, which was (is?) a French humoristic and erotic weekly magazine, published in Paris since 1863. ‘La Vie … Continue reading

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Dime Mystery Magazine

A nice gallery with covers of all the numbers of Dime Mystery Magazine. Dime Mystery (Book) Magazine started off as a fairly staid pulp under the name Dime Mystery Book Magazine featuring a full-length “two-dollar novel” and a few short … Continue reading

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From Verne to Vonnegut

From the University of Delaware Library an exhibition in Special Collections curated by Iris Snyder: From Verne to Vonnegut – A century of science-fiction. Books, articles and more books of early works in science fiction, magazines, dystopias, aliens and others. … Continue reading

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10 Years, 100 Toys

To celebrate the 10 years of making toys, the ToyFare magazine made a list counting down the 100 best toys of the decade: 10 Years, 100 Toys: From 1997 onward, toys only got better and better as companies continued to … Continue reading

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Vintage Girlwatchers

Let’s put some shine on this blog with pictures of saucy girls. Vintage Girlwatchers is a site about the girlie magazine from 1950’s Girl Watcher and related. According to the description: This site exists to celebrate and preserve books and … Continue reading

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Fate Magazine Covers

Fate is a magazine of paranormal phenomena. Started in 1948, it has published expert opinions and personal experiences relating to UFOs, psychic abilities, ghosts and hauntings, cryptozoology, alternative medicine, and Fortean phenomena for a devoted readership worldwide. I can’t imagine … Continue reading

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Le Rire

The French humoristic magazine Le Rire was published from October 1894 through the 1950s. Founded in Paris by Felix Juven during the Belle Époque, Le Rire appeared as typical Parisians began to achieve more education, income and leisure time. Interest … Continue reading

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Bad Mags

Bad Mags illuminates the darker recesses of “pop lit”- focusing upon the strangest, sleaziest and most unusual periodicals and tabloids published in the US from the fifties through the eighties. Don’t doubt of its title, the covers are really bad, … Continue reading

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Pour vous

Pour vous was a weekly French cinema magazine, that was published from November 1928 to June 1940. 603 editions were published and impressively this site has scanned images of all the covers.Maybe is just my impression, but a huge part … Continue reading

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New Year Babies

Take a look at the pretty vintage covers of New Year Babies of The Saturday Evening Post. The collection of 36 covers goes from 1907 to 1943, and I choose the one with a pacifist message. That’s my wish to … Continue reading

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