From the lighthouses of Maine to the majestic Cascades of Oregon, The Saturday Evening Post has represented every state on its cover. Here are 50 of our favorites. (Apparently they were your favorites, too!)
Classrooms may have changed from pencils to PowerPoint, but our magazine has always been there to witness sending our kids back to school.
3. Tee Time
These covers show that golf is much more than a good walk spoiled. (It s a good day spoiled.)
Artist John Falter brought the fall season to life through his many covers for The Saturday Evening Post. This video highlights some of our favorites.
Over the decades, we’ve featured iconic images of Santa Claus on our December covers. Famed illustrators Norman Rockwell and J.C. Leyendecker created some of the most cherished depictions of St. Nick.
6. Time for Pie
Pie follows closely on the heels of turkey as the quintessential Thanksgiving dish. These pies plus recipes will inspire your pursuit of pastry.
From Grover Cleveland to Richard Nixon, The Saturday Evening Post featured many U.S. presidents on its covers in its nearly 200-year history.
With fluttering flags and steadfast soliders, the Post has honored the land of the free and the home of the brave.
These illustrations of jaunts gone wrong might make you re-think that summer road trip.
This moment of accomplishment has made frequent appearances on our covers, starting more than a hundred years ago.