A grand 1979 advertising calendar from the Liberty Library Corporation showcasing cover paintings from Liberty magazines in 1925. Besides cover art the calendar proffers articles and advertisements of the era as well as fashion (an Anita Nose Adjuster, anyone?) The calendar is made of paper with a metal spiral at the top and measures 13 inches in length and 7 inches in width. It shows it age via foxing, light surface soiling, marks, edge wear and a tiny tear at the top right. It was originally given away by the Yahn and Son Funeral Home, ostensibly for use in 1981, with which it shares the same calendar dates as 1925 (it was also relevant in 2015 and will be again in 2026). Perfect for vintage kitchens, advertising collections or magazine cover aficionados.