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June 26, 2022

50 Amazing Cover Photos of The Saturday Evening Post in the 1930s

The Saturday Evening Post is an American magazine, currently published six times a year. It was issued weekly under this title from 1897 until 1963, then every two weeks until 1969.

Covers of The Saturday Evening Post in the 1930s

From the 1920s to the 1960s, the magazine was one of the most widely circulated and influential magazines within the American middle class, with fiction, non-fiction, cartoons and features that reached two million homes every week.

The Saturday Evening Post declined in readership through the 1960s, and in 1969, it folded for two years before being revived as a quarterly publication with an emphasis on medical articles in 1971.

As of the late 2000s, The Saturday Evening Post is published six times a year by the Saturday Evening Post Society, which purchased the magazine in 1982. The magazine was redesigned in 2013.

Here is a set of amazing vintage photos that shows covers of The Saturday Evening Post in the 1930s.

“Dressmaker” by Norman Rockwell on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, January 31, 1931

“Harlequin Mandolin Player” by E. M. Jackson on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, April 4, 1931

“Other Half, Two” by Alan Foster on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, September 26, 1931

“Queen of Spring” by J. C. Leyendecker on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, May 23, 1931

“Truce” by J. C. Leyendecker on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, July 4, 1931

“Dude Ranchers” by Charles Hargens on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, July 23, 1932

“Garden Pests” by J. C. Leyendecker on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, June 4, 1932

“Mardi Gras Ball” by John E. Sheridan on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, February 6, 1932

“Zebras” by Jack Murray on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, June 25, 1932

“Bald Eagle” by Jack Murray on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, October 28, 1933

“Fourth of July Parade” by J. C. Leyendecker on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, July 1, 1933

“Polar Bear on Iceberg” by Jack Murray on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, January 14, 1933

“Stealing a Christmas Kiss” by J. C. Leyendecker on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, December 23, 1933

“Airmail Pilot” by John E. Sheridan on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, December 8, 1934

“Artist and Animals” by J. C. Leyendecker on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, May 26, 1934

“Canoe Portage” by Eugene Iverd on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, March 24, 1934

“Dolphins and Ship” by Gordon Grant on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, September 29, 1934

“Plains Indians” by W. H. D. Koerner on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, March 3, 1934

“Romantic Easter” by J. C. Leyendecker on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, March 31, 1934

“Summer Vacation, 1934” by Norman Rockwell on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, June 30, 1934

“Thoroughbred Race” by Maurice Bower on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, August 4, 1934

“Diving In” by J. C. Leyendecker on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, June 8, 1935

“Easter Bouquet” by J. C. Leyendecker on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, April 20, 1935

“Exhilaration” by Norman Rockwell on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, July 13, 1935

“Partygoers” by Norman Rockwell on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, March 9, 1935

“Racing to the Fire” by Maurice Bower on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, January 12, 1935

“Ringing Liberty Bell” by J. C. Leyendecker on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, July 6, 1935

“Sign Painter” by Norman Rockwell on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, February 9, 1935

“Springtime” by Norman Rockwell on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, April 27, 1935

“Barbershop Quartet” by Norman Rockwell on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, September 26, 1936

“Fantasy Honeymoon” by J. C. Leyendecker on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, June 20, 1936

“Indian Chief on Horseback” by Charles Hargens on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, August 22, 1936

“The Scarecrow” by Norman Rockwell on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, April 25, 1936

“Airshow” by Clayton Knight on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, September 4, 1937

“Army, Navy & Marines” by John E. Sheridan on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, November 13, 1937

“Ballroom Dancing” by John LaGatta on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, April 10, 1937

“First Long Suit” by J. C. Leyendecker on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, September 18, 1937

“Flying South” by Ski Weld on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, November 20, 1937

“Queen of the May” by J. C. Leyendecker on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, May 15, 1937

“Blank Canvas” by Norman Rockwell on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, October 8, 1938

“Foreshadowing Flight” by William Heaslip on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, July 2, 1938

“Muggleton Coach” by Norman Rockwell on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, December 17, 1938

“Ski Jumpers” by Ski Weld on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, February 26, 1938

“100th Year of Baseball” by Norman Rockwell on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, July 8, 1939

“After the Scent” by Paul Bransom on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, January 21, 1939

“Boeing 314 Clipper” by H. Wilson Smith on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, December 2, 1939

“Iceboats Racing” by Ski Weld on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, February 18, 1939

“Jester” by Norman Rockwell on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, February 11, 1939

“Night Flight” by Jo Kotula on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, February 4, 1939

“Three Parrots” by Julius Moessel on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, March 11, 1939




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