1944 Farm Journal Magazine Cover ~ Woman Drives Fruit Truck, Vintage Magazine Covers
This is the original cover of Farm Journal and Farmer's Wife dated September 1944. A women drives a truck carrying bushels of what looks like tomatoes. Artist/Illustrator: Paul Nonnast Approximate Size (in inches): 8¼ x 10½ Condition: Good with light wear. Pencil mark near right edge. This is the cover only . . . not the entire magazine. Please note: Although we have given a very general grade for condition, please keep in mind that magazine covers suffer much harsher treatment than the rest…
1919 December Cover of House Beautiful
Just adding this illustration to my collection. Leon V. Carroll evidently freelanced as he was also a contributor to Condé Nast publications.
1922 Maurice Day - Red Roof
I love this one ... There's something addictive about these images. Maurice Day was the artist commissioned by Walt Disney to capture the images of Day's native Maine. He provided the Hollywood animators with the design inspiration for Bambi, who was based on the white-tailed Maine deer Day sent back to Disney in sketches. Source: House Beautiful From the Antique Home Style collection.
Better Homes and Gardens 1930-12
Art from: Better Homes and Gardens 1930-12. Snow is falling on a white two-story house; outside, a large evergreen tree sports long strings of colorful lights. Artist: Seymour Snyder Source: eBay seller daysoffuturepast, who also sells printed materials from her personal website. Restoration by: magscanner
Deconstructing Old Ads: The Heddon River Runt Spook Part IV (1946-1983)
Top of the Mountain and the downhill slide: The Heddon River Runt Spook (part 4) The period right after World War II up until the late 1950's, was a time when the Heddon River Runt Spook was about as popular as a lure could get and certainly was the number one selling plug for James Heddon's Sons. Many variations were added to the line along with several new colors, all in an effort to keep sales going strong. It seemed almost impossible to look into a tackle box from this period and not see…
1920 House Beautiful Cover
This cover has not only a great peacock, but a red roofed cottage. The artist was Josephine Libbey. Source: 1920 House Beautiful From the Antique Home Style collection.