Tag Archives: J.F. Kernan

Classic Covers: Snow Days

It isn’t just rough this winter! From dodging a snowy ambush to shoveling sidewalks, the white stuff is a challenge as seen The Saturday Evening Post covers as far back at 1912. ... More

Classic Covers: How to Handle a Turkey

It isn’t just the farmers and poultry truck drivers who have a hard time handling turkeys. Sometimes the big birds were a handful for our cover artists and models. Why did one famous cover artist start “to feel like an assassin”? ... More

Classic Covers: What Happens Next?

A picture tells a story. Well, sometimes two pictures tell a story. The Country Gentleman magazine, a sister publication to the Post, sometimes ran two-part covers. You see something enticing one week, and the following week, you see the result. Try to guess what happens next. ... More

Classic Covers: How Labor Has Changed

You don’t often see a coachman these days, or a blacksmith. In honor of Labor Day, we invite you to think of other professions that have ceased to exist as you enjoy yesterday’s labors as shown on our covers. ... More