Benjamin Franklin's Pennsylvania Gazette was first published in 1728 and it became known as The Saturday Evening Post in 1821. The Saturday Evening Post grew to become the most widely circulated weekly magazine in America. Each issue featured several short stories, essays, and often included serial installments appearing in successive issues. In this issue from July 14-July 21 1962, articles about "Sandy Koufax, the Strikeout King", "How Your Children Grow", and "Brash & Rumpled Star" (Warren Beatty) were some of the top stories of the week. The advertisements are simply incredible! The magazine is in very good condition. There are no tears, there is one marking on the front cover, and typical shelf wear. A great magazine from days gone by! Shipping will be discounted on multiple orders.
Depression Glass and Country Collectibles
Depression glass makes a wonderful gift! Gift wrapping is available to suit any occasion.