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Dorothy Gibson in "Saved from the Titanic," 1912.

The Cover Girl on the Titanic

It was a life that included a successful film career, a highly publicized scandal, an arrest and imprisonment in a fascist prison, and an escape to Switzerland—all in addition to escaping from the Titanic. ... More

Classic Covers: A Kiss Under the Mistletoe

“…the Yule log and Christmas candle were regularly burnt, and the mistletoe, with its white berries, hung up, to the imminent peril of all the pretty housemaids,” wrote Washington Irving (1783-1859). This Victorian couple under the mistletoe was on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post December 15, 1900. How many people have our cover artists caught under that infamous plant? ... More

Classic Covers: 100 Years Ago

Aside from today’s gadgets and gismos, just how much has American culture changed in 100 years? Our 1910 covers tell a story that’s not as unfamiliar as you may think. Take a look. ... More