Woman’s Day magazine covers from 1950

Take a look back here at Woman's Day covers during the year 1950, and marvel at how much magazine marketing, photography and graphic design have changed.

Don’t be a flapper – join the The Junior League! (1922)

The word flapper entangled itself with the 'dreadful' side of youth -- with jazz, short skirts, bobbed hair and glistening legs; with the 'immodest' passing of corsets; with cigarette smoking; with petting parties and gasoline-buggy riding...

Chicken ham pinwheels (1969)

Fancy holiday party snacks Chicken Ham Pinwheels recipe An elegant roll-up wins top honors in the Fancy category Ingredients 2 chicken breasts, skinned and boned 1/8 teaspoon dried basil leaves, crus... Read more...

Computer brain power of leading nations as of 1968

Observers have also noted how quickly computers have pervaded American society. Princeton’s president Robert F Goheen thinks their impact can be compared to Gutenberg’s invention of movable type.

Politics 1968: The big show (1968)

Politics 1968: The big show The bands were tuning up, the barkers were practicing their spiels, the five-count-'em-five Republican elephants were lumbering into the big tent. One was showboating for the galler... Read more...

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