Yes, that Saturday Evening Post. We've been around for nearly 300 years, and we're still in print!
May/June 2015 issue of The Saturday Evening Post; illustration by Austin Briggs (© SEPS) originally appeared on the cover July 23, 1949.
March/April 2015 cover of The Saturday Evening Post; illustration by Norman Rockwell (© SEPS)
Lucky Catch: A Rockwell nude? Well, almost. When Mermaid surfaced on the August 20, 1955, cover of the Post, public reaction was swift. (March/April 2015 issue)
Let's Brunch: Spicy Egg and Avocado Wrap (March/April 2015 issue)
Beach Wars: Who owns America's coastlines? (March/April 2015 issue)
Life After Lincoln: Seven days after Lincoln was shot, an editorial appeared in the Post that reflected the North’s dwindling hope for a quick and merciful reconciliation with the South.
Baseball Fight (James Williamson April 28, 1962)
Grandma Catches Fly-ball (Richard Sargent April 23, 1960)
Not Time For a Hotdog (Richard Sargent April 11, 1959)
Yogi Berra (Earl Mayan April 20, 1957)
The Rookie (Norman Rockwell March 2, 1957)
Sleepy Inning (Earl Mayan April 23, 1955)
Catching Home Run Ball (Stevan Dohanos April 22, 1950)
Three Umpires (Norman Rockwell April 23, 1949)
Dejected Cubs Batboy (Norman Rockwell September 4, 1948)
Baseball Stadium at Night (Roy Hilton June 28, 1941)
Shadow Batter (John E. Sheridan October 8, 1932)
Baseball Batter (J.F. Kernan May 28, 1932)
Daydreams of Baseball (Robert Robinson May 9, 1925)
Baseball Catcher (J.C. Leyendecker May 15, 1909)
#Easter cover, by J.C. Leyendecker (March 23, 1940)
#Easter cover, by J.C. Leyendecker (April 16, 1938)
"Mom, where do Easter bunnies come from?"
Can you find the Easter bunny in this 1907 Post cover by J.C. Leyendecker?
"The Record that Saved Johnny Cash" by Robert Hilburn Nov/Dec 2014 SEP Photo courtesy American Recordings)