Category Archives: magazines

Dance with a Witch in the Moonlight

Collier’s Magazine, November 1, 1947

One of the finest Halloween covers in American magazine history.
Art by the brilliant Earl Oliver Hurst.

Soo-wee!

Ain’t no smell like a pig farm, ‘cept maybe a boy raised on a pig farm.

Get to the choppah!

We were promised personal helicopters.

This Week in Ephemera

This is a score! The entire 1916 year of McCall’s magazine and in beautiful condition, especially considering these twelve issues are over a hundred years old.

A Dumb Yet Strangely Awesome Way to Die

…and one thing to not make.

“Does this transmitter make my ass look big?”

The inspiration for the 1970s children’s classic, “The Little Penguin Who Hated Science”.

Me not realizing when a girl is flirting with me.

McCall’s was gorgeous in 1946.

Once one of The Seven Sisters, McCall’s, along with Ladies’ Home Journal, is sadly no more.

I bet Les Nessman subscribes.