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    OCTOBER  2020

COVERS & PAGES 39
CHILDREN'S MAGAZINES PART TWO. 20TH CENTURY

     This version of the Magazine Museum's Covers & Pages section highlights children's magazines. Part 1 covered children's magazines started in the 19th century. Part 2 deals with children's magazines of the 20th century. We present fourteen excellent examples of the best children's magazines of the 19th and 20th centuries.

The nine magazines we showed in Part 1 were:

1.Youth's Companion.       US.                                    1827 - 1929.

2.the Chatterbox.              London & Boston.             1866 -c1956.

3.Little Folks #1.               Chicago.                            1869 - 1877.

4.Little Folks #2.               London,Paris,& New York. 1871 - 1933.

5.Little Folks #3.               Boston.                              1897 - 1926.

6.St. Nicholas.                  US,UK,& France.               1873 -1943.

7.Harper's Young People.US.                                     1879 - 1895.

8.Harper's Round Table.  US.                                     1895 - 1899.

9.Atalanta.                        UK.                                    1887 - 1898.

 

The magazines we are showing in Part 2 are:

10.American Boy.               US.                                   1899 - 1941.

11.American Girl.               US.                                   1920 - 1979.

12.Boys' Life.                     US.                               1911 - present.

13.John Martin"s Book.      US.                                   1912 - 1933.

14.School Arts Magazine.  US.                               1901 - present.

 

     Children's magazines of the 20th century, of course, show much improved printing quality over the previous century. Photography and full color pages became the norm. With the improved printing quality came the chances for more exciting visual experiences for the reader. These improved graphics, combined with the longevity of publishing of many 20th century magazines, provided increased meaning for young readers.

     Children's magazines of the 19th century, like  most magazines of that time, were relatively limited compared to those that came later. They were limited in their use of full color, and limited in their use of quality photo reproduction. They were not limited, however in their use of the printed word. Children's magazines had as much to say to, as much to offer, young readers as in any time period. Unfortunately, most children's magazines were hampered in one important way- they were printed more for parents, rather than for their children. The focus of many children's magazines was more on what the parents wanted for their children, rather than on what might interest the children most. These nine examples of children's magazines had a lot to offer young readers.  Best of these nine was undoubtedly St. Nicholas, which offered its readers a great deal in the way of education and entertainment.

      We proudly present here five more very exciting and important examples of children's magazines.

Check them out.

AMERICAN BOY.US.NOV1899-JULAUG1941. American Boy was the all-American magazine for boys. Published by Sprague Publications in Detroit, American Boy was the most popular periodical for boys in its day. American Boy provided fiction and facts for boys every month for 42 years. The publication outlasted and incorporated its biggest rival, Youth's Companion in 1929. Two other attempts were made to revive the magazine, one in 1952 with Mark Trail, the other in 1953, with Open Road. Unfortunately, these resuscitations did not last long. American Boy provided meaningful fiction and non-fiction for its readers for the first half of the 20th century. But its demise was due to the one over-riding influence of the last half of that century - television.

AMERICAN BOY.

1910MAR.

W.W.CLARKE.

AMERICAN BOY.

1903AUG.

PHOTOGRAPHER UNKNOWN.

AMERICAN BOY.1922JAN.010.ART-J. SCOTT WILLIAMS.

AMERICAN BOY.

1909JUL.

HARTKY?

AMERICAN BOY.

1914SEP.

M. LEONE BRACKER.

AMERICAN BOY.1922JAN.016-17.HOW TO PLAY ICE HOCKEY.

AMERICAN BOY.

1920DEC.

NORMAN ROCKWELL.

AMERICAN BOY.

1922MAR.

FRANK E. SCHOONOVER.

AMERICAN BOY.1922JAN.019.TOMORROW.ART-W.W.CLARKE.

AMERICAN BOY.1922JAN.050.HUMOR COLUMN HEAD.

AMERICAN BOY.

1925AUG.

AMERICAN BOY.

1925JUL.

CLARA ELSENE PECK.

AMERICAN BOY.

1922JAN.019.TOMORROW.

ART-W.W.CLARKE.

AMERICAN BOY.

1932AUG.010-11.

ART-DUDLEY G. SUMMERS.

AMERICAN BOY.

1928JAN.

PAUL BRANSOM/

AMERICAN BOY.

1932AUG.

W. F. SOARE.

AMERICAN BOY.1932AUG.020-21.ART-ALBIN HENNING.

AMERICAN BOY.

1929JUL.

W. F. SOARE?

AMERICAN BOY.

1910MAR.

W.W.CLARKE.

AMERICAN BOY.

1910MAR.

W.W.CLARKE.

AMERICAN BOY.

1910MAR.

W.W.CLARKE.

AMERICAN BOY.

1910MAR.

W.W.CLARKE.

AMERICAN BOY.

1910MAR.

W.W.CLARKE.

AMERICAN BOY.1910MAR.W.W.CLARKE.

AMERICAN BOY.

1910MAR.

W.W.CLARKE.

AMERICAN BOY.

1910MAR.

W.W.CLARKE.

AMERICAN BOY.

1910MAR.

W.W.CLARKE.

AMERICAN BOY.1910MAR.W.W.CLARKE.

AMERICAN BOY.

1910MAR.

W.W.CLARKE.

AMERICAN BOY.

1910MAR.

W.W.CLARKE.

AMERICAN BOY.

1910MAR.

W.W.CLARKE.

AMERICAN BOY.

1910MAR.

W.W.CLARKE.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1930NOV.

AMERICAN GIRL.US.1920JUN-1979JUL. As an organ of the Girl Scouts of America, American Girl provided inspiration and guidance for American girls for fifty-nine years (eighty-five years if you include the twenty-six years American Girl was published in its second incarnation). American Girl began publication as Rally Magazine from October 1917 to May 1920. The name was changed to American Girl in 1920. American Girl was then published from June 1920 to July 1979, and then from January 1993 to January 2019. The publication of the Girl Scouts was an important part of that organization, providing information and fiction for its members. American Girl's covers were wonderful. Its inside pages could have used a little better quality graphics, although a portion of its pages were commendably provided by its readers. Reader contributions in a children's magazine are always a good thing. And you know a magazine is doing something right if it has acquired a Braille edition! American Girl magazine was the girl scouts.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1922NOV.

AMERICAN GIRL.

GIRL SCOUT PIONEERS.

FICTION.1920.

AMERICAN GIRL.PAGES.

1921.

AMERICAN GIRL.

CANOE TRIP.

FICTION..1922.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1928AUG.

EDWARD A. POUCHER.

AMERICAN GIRL.

PAGES.1921.

AMERICAN GIRL.

PAGES.1925.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1929DEC.

MIRIAM SELES.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1931JUL.

GEORGE T. TOBIN.

AMERICAN GIRL.

PAGES.1921.

AMERICAN GIRL.

PAGES.TRIBUTE TO EDITH CARPENTER MAY.1925MAR.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1932JUN.

EDWARD A. POUCHER.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1930NOV.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1931DEC.

SEAN CALHOUN.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1934DEC.

JOSEPH STAHLY.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1936AUG.

AMERICAN GIRL.1972APR.P22-23.

ART-GRETA JOHNSON,LINDA DEMA,SUSAN LAUGHLIN,DEBBIE ROBINS,JAN FARNHAM,MARGARET KASTELFOOT.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1937JAN.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1939JAN.

AMERICAN GIRL.

FAVORITE STORIES.

PAGES.1950.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1972APR.P19.

ART-LINDA GERDNER.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1939JUL.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1940MAR.

AMERICAN GIRL.

PAGES.1972APR.P30.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1940SEP.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1948JUN.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1972APR.P20.

ART-LESLIE THOMPSON.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1972APR.BEAT THE BLACK CAT BLUES.P34.

ART-IRENE FRANGIDES.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1946MAY.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1955DEC.

AMERICAN GIRL.1972APR.P24-25.ART-PATRICK NORADO.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1960NOV.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1974MAY.

AMERICAN GIRL.

PAGES.1961.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1969APR.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1971APR.

AMERICAN GIRL.

1972APR.AMERICAN PIE.P32-33.

ART-SUSAN FARTHING/

AMERICAN GIRL.

1972APR.

BOYS' LIFE.0398.00.1944FEB.NORMAN ROCKWELL.

BOYS' LIFE.US.1911-PRESENT(2020). I cannot think of another children's magazine that has had as much influence on its readers, as has Boys' Life. It has published guidance, information and entertainment for America's boy scouts for 109+ years. That's 1314+ issues ! Boy's Life was founded in 1911 Somerville, Massachusetts by George Barton. Since then Boy's Life has presented articles on scouting, camping and outdoors, fiction, news, history, and sports every month. The magazine employed art work by a long list of illustrators to accompany text, as most magazines in the early twentieth century. Boy's Life defining artist was, of course, Norman Rockwell. Rockwell provided cover and page art for the magazine for roughly sixty-eight years, and was on the staff in early years as an art editor. Norman Rockwell's art work was a large part of establishing the identity of Boys' Life magazine. Boy's Life followed most magazines of the early 20th century in beginning to use photographs. The photograph began to dominate its pages, increasingly, in the 1940s. Original art work declined in numbers, as well as quality, after the Second World War, but increased in quality in the 1970's and 1980s. You do not have to be a Boy Scout to appreciate what Boys' Life has accomplished in 109+ years.

1911 - 1919

BOYS' LIFE.0002.00.

1911MAR01v1#1.ART-

W. EDWARD WIGFULL.

BOYS' LIFE.0002.35.

1911MAR.GENERAL BADEN-POWELL,

FOUNDER OF BOYS' SCOUTS.

BOYS' LIFE.0007.01.1911JUL.LOGO.

BOYS' LIFE.0009.00.

1911SEP.GEORGE S. BARTON.

BOYS' LIFE.0007.00.1911JUL.BUFFALO BILL CODY.

BOYS' LIFE.0014.01.

1912FEB.

OUR RED HEADED KID.

BOYS' LIFE.0021.15.

1912SEP.P15.

HONOR ROLL.

BOYS' LIFE.0104.04.1919AUG.

ART-ENOS B. COMSTOCK.

BOYS' LIFE.0035.20-21.1913NOV.PHOTOS.

BOYS' LIFE.0090.24.1918JUN.ON NATURE'S TRAIL.COLUMN HEAD.

BOYS' LIFE.0007.17.1911JUL.KIT HARBOUR'S LUCK.

BOYS' LIFE.0034.14.

1913OCT.PHOTO OF CHRISTY MATHEWSON BY L.VAN OWEN.

BOYS' LIFE.0019.00.

1912JUL.

ARTIST UNKNOWN.

BOYS' LIFE.0020.18.

1912AUG.P18.HONOR ROLL-MERIT BADGES

BOYS' LIFE.0103.00.

1919JUL.

NORMAN ROCKWELL.

BOYS' LIFE.0089.00.1918MAY.J.C. LEYENDECKER.

BOYS' LIFE.0087.20-21.1918MAR.ART-FORREST ORR.

BOYS' LIFE.0036.02-03.1913DEC.FAMOUS MEN.

BOYS' LIFE.0101.31.

1919MAY.

ART-HAROLD WETTERSTEN.

BOYS' LIFE.0070.00.

1916OCT.

F. RIGNEY.

BOYS' LIFE.0103.06-07.1919JUL.ART-FOREST ORR.

BOYS' LIFE.0092.04.1918AUG.WALT LOUDERBACK.

1920 - 1929

BOYS' LIFE.0133.00.

1922JAN.

REMINGTON SCHUYLER.

BOYS' LIFE.0157.07.1924FEB.ART-HENRY PITZ.

BOYS' LIFE.0201.13.

1927SEP.

CHARLES LINDBERGH.

BOYS' LIFE.0157.00.

1924JAN.

JOHN W. PREUSSER.

BOYS' LIFE.0123.01.

1921MAR.CONTENTS .

BOYS' LIFE.0116.28-29.1920AUG.

PHOTO CONTEST WINNERS.

BOYS' LIFE.0110.26.1920FEB.ART-CLYDE FORSYTHE.

BOYS' LIFE.0166.00.

1924OCT.

LYNN BOGUE HUNT.

BOYS' LIFE.0186.00.

1926JUN.

HAROLD N. ANDERSON.

BOYS' LIFE.0176.00.

1925AUG.

THOMAS SKINNER .

BOYS' LIFE.0160.21.1924APR.

ART-CLAINTON BALMER.

BOYS' LIFE.0195.00.

1927MAR.CHARLES LIVINGSTON BULL

BOYS' LIFE.0170.28.

1925FEB.THEODORE ROOSEVELT.ART-JOSEPH CUMMINGS CHASE.

BOYS' LIFE.0160.24.

1924APR.

HOW TO BUILD A CANOE.

BOYS' LIFE.0193.00.

1927JAN.

HAROLD N. ANDERSON.

BOYS' LIFE.0196.15.1927APR.THE STORY OF THE AIRPLANE

BOYS' LIFE.0161.00.

1924MAY.

LYNN BOGUE HUNT.

BOYS' LIFE.0177.00.

1925SEP.

DOUGLAS DUER.

BOYS' LIFE.0206.05.

1928FEB.

WHO'S WHO SCOUTS.

BOYS' LIFE.0222.00.

1929JUN.

BERT N. SALG.

1930 - 1939

BOYS' LIFE.0266.00.

1933FEB.

NORMAN ROCKWELL.

BOYS' LIFE.0282.13.

1934JUN.

WALTER J. WILWERDING.

BOYS' LIFE.0229.34.1930JAN.

ART-REMINGTON SCHUYLER.

BOYS' LIFE.0257.00.

1932MAY.

ROBERT A. GRAEF.

BOYS' LIFE.0251.05.

1931NOV.

ART-H.A.BURNE.

BOYS' LIFE.0234.29.1930JUN.

OFFENSE IN BASEBALL.ART-SOL METZGER.

BOYS' LIFE.0237.23.1930SEP.

FOOTBALL.ART-SOL METZGER.

BOYS' LIFE.0298.16-17.1935OCT.ART-JACK MURRAY.

BOYS' LIFE.0239.10.

1930NOV.SIXTY

MINUTES OF FOOTBALL.

PHOTO.

BOYS' LIFE.0288.00.

1934DEC.

ARTHUR SMITH.

BOYS' LIFE.0257.12.

1932MAY.ANCIENT OLYMPIC GAMES

BOYS' LIFE.0301.25.

1936JAN.

AD WITH BOY SCOUT PHOTO.

BOYS' LIFE.0327.25.

1938MAR.

WALT DISNEY.

BOYS' LIFE.0308.00.

1936AUG.

HARRISON CADY.

BOYS' LIFE.0280.00.

1934APR.

NORMAN ROCKWELL.

BOYS' LIFE.0298.00.

1935OCT.

CHARLES H. TOWNE.

BOYS' LIFE.0276.07.1933DEC.ART-ROBERT A. GRAEF.

1940 - 1949

BOYS' LIFE.0350.00.

1940FEB.

NORMAN ROCKWELL.

BOYS' LIFE.0403.03.

1944JUL.

ART-BOB FINK.

BOYS' LIFE.0376.10-11.1942APR.KEEP 'EM FLYING.

BOYS' LIFE.0392.00.

1943AUG.

UNCREDITED PHOTO.

BOYS' LIFE.0442.00.

1947OCT.

GILBERT DARLING.

BOYS' LIFE.0403.00.

1944JUL.

PHOTO BY U.S. NAVY.

BOYS' LIFE.0449.00.

1948MAY.

PHOTO-PAUL PARKER.

BOYS' LIFE.0454.00.

1948OCT.

UNCREDITED PHOTO.

BOYS' LIFE.0358.37.1940OCT.CARTOONS.

1950 - 1959

BOYS' LIFE.0578.00.

1959FEB.

NORMAN ROCKWELL.

BOYS' LIFE.0514.51.1953OCT.HOW I LEARNED TO

FLY. BY ORVILLE WRIGHT.

BOYS' LIFE.0480.12.1950DEC.

ART-CHARLES HAWES.

BOYS' LIFE.0525.00.

1954SEP.

BUD HAWES.

BOYS' LIFE.0538.00.

1955OCT.

CAROL JOHNSON.

BOYS' LIFE.0578.34.1959FEB.PHOTO OF LINCOLN BY ALEXANDER GARDNER.NOV15,1863.

BOYS' LIFE.0574.02-03.1958OCT.SCOUTING ROUND THE WORLD.

BOYS' LIFE.0529.00.

1955JAN.

PHOTOS BY PHOTO CONTEST WINNERS.

BOYS' LIFE.0482.00.

1951FEB.

NORMAN ROCKWELL.

1960 - 1969

BOYS' LIFE.0589.00.

1960JAN.PAST COVERS BY NORMAN ROCKWELL.

BOYS' LIFE.0626.39.

1963FEB.STATE BIRDS.

BOYS' LIFE.0590.00.

1960FEB.

NORMAN ROCKWELL.

BOYS' LIFE.0590.34-35.1960FEB.50 YEARS OF BOYS' LIFE.

BOYS' LIFE.0632.00.1963AUG.PHOTO-FLIP SCHULKE

BOYS' LIFE.0663.26-27.1966MAR.

ART-BETTMANN ARCHIVES.

BOYS' LIFE.0650.18-19.1965FEB.ART-BOB PEAK.

BOYS' LIFE.0607.00.

1961JUL.

STAN GALLI.

BOYS' LIFE.0686.38-39.1968FEB.ART-MILTON GLASER.

1970 - 1979

BOYS' LIFE.0759.00.

1974MAR.

DON MOSS.

BOYS' LIFE.0738.00.

1972JUN.

ROBERT McCALL.

BOYS' LIFE.0757.28-29.1974JAN.ART-TONY CHEN.

BOYS' LIFE.0813.30-31.1978SEP.WILSON McLEAN

BOYS' LIFE.0709.33.

1970JAN.ART-

STEPHEN L. SMITH.

BOYS' LIFE.0712.00.

1970APR.PHOTO-PHILIPPE HALSMAN.

BOYS' LIFE.0784.00.

1976APR.

ROBERT DACY

1980 - 1989

BOYS' LIFE.0922.00.

1987OCT.

ART-ALAN BEAN.

BOYS' LIFE.0837.00.

1980SEP.PHOTO BY MICKEY PALMER.

BOYS' LIFE.0905.00.

1986MAY.

ART-ROY ANDERSON.

BOYS' LIFE.0863.00.

1982NOV.PHOTO- MITCHELL B. REIBEL.

BOYS' LIFE.0837.30-31.1980SEP.ART-BARRON STOREY.

BOYS' LIFE.0876.28-29.1983DEC.

PHOTO-PETE TURNER.

BOYS' LIFE.0878.32-33.

1984FEB.

PHOTO BY BOB KRIST.

BOYS' LIFE.0903.31.

1986MAR.MARCH 1911 COVER.ORIGINAL-B&W-W.EDWARD WIGFULL.REPRODUCTION-COLOR-NORMAN ADAMS.

BOYS' LIFE.0837.55.

1980SEP.FLEETWOOD MAC.ARTIST UNKNOWN.

BOYS' LIFE.0876.36-37.1983DEC.ART-FRED OTNES.

BOYS' LIFE.0890.00.

1985FEB.75A.

ART-AL PARKER.

BOYS' LIFE.0856.00.

1982APR.

ART-ERNIE COLON.

BOYS' LIFE.0878.00.

1984FEB.PHOTO-

 BOB KRIST.

BOYS' LIFE.0915.00.

1987APR.

ART-ALEX EBEL.

BOYS' LIFE.0890.28-29.1985FEB.ART-JOE SNYDER.

BOYS' LIFE.0916.19.

1987APR.ART-

RANDALL McKISSICK.

1990 - 1999

BOYS' LIFE.1046.00.

1998FEB.

IGNAZIO GOMEZ.

BOYS' LIFE.0982.00.

1992OCT.PHOTO OF CHAMELEON BY ART WOLFE.BACKGROUND ART BY DONPUNCHATZ.

BOYS' LIFE.1002.28-29.1994JUN.ART-BILL BASSO.

BOYS' LIFE.0989.00.

1993MAY.

BART FORBES.

BOYS' LIFE.0979.00.

1992JUL.OLYMPICS PHOTO OF MIKE POWELL BY MIKE POWELL(NO RELATION).

BOYS' LIFE.0979.03.

1992JUL.

CONTENTS PAGE.

BOYS' LIFE.1039.30-31.1997JUL.ART-TIM JESSELL.

2000 - 2019

BOYS' LIFE.1195.00.

2010JUL.

GREG NEWBOLD.

BOYS' LIFE.1078.00.

2000OCT.

DON PUNCHATZ.

BOYS' LIFE.1195.44-45.2010JUL.ART-GREG NEWBOLD.

BOYS' LIFE.1069.20-21.2000JAN.

ART-WILLIAM V. CIGLIANO.

BOYS' LIFE.1101.32.

2002SEP.

BRIDGING THE GAP.

BOYS' LIFE.1195.28-29.2010JUL.SINK OR SWIM.

BOYS' LIFE.1224.18-19.2012DEC.INTO THE BLUE.

BOYS' LIFE.1069.26.

2000JAN.

ART-DAVID BECK.

BOYS' LIFE.1146.40-41.2006JUN.

ART-ERIC GITINGER.

BOYS' LIFE.1069.03.

2000JAN.

CONTENTS PAGE.

BOYS' LIFE.1224.16.

2012DEC.WRECK-IT RALPH.DISNEY.

BOYS' LIFE.1101.00.2002SEP.ARTIST UNCREDITED.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.156.00.1925OCT.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.US.1912NOV-1933FEB. Charming was the word for John Martin's Book. Subtitled "A Magazine for Little Children", this lovely magazine was published for children, ages 5 to 8, from November 1912 until February 1933. It was a monthly source of wonderful graphics, stories, puzzles, and factual information. John Martin's Book was the brainchild of its founder, publisher, and editor. Actually John Martin was a fictional name for Morgan van Roorback Shephard, an American writer who lived in the years 1865 to 1947. The name John Martin seems to work better than Morgan...etc. for the inspiration of a children's periodical, does it not? John Martin always used the best children's writers, like C.S.Pease, Joan Bolt, Stacie Wood, Katherine Beardsley and many more.The magazine also used a great deal of the best art by C.F.Arcieri, Carton Moorepark, W.F.White, George Carlson, and many more. John Martin's Book was a wonderful source of excitement and learning for its young readers. As St. Nicholas excelled in the preceeding century, John Martin's Book was possibly the best children's magazine of the 20th century.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.001.00.

1912NOV.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.19.

1916 ANNUAL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.20.

1916 ANNUAL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.37.

1916 ANNUAL.

HARVEY PEAKE.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.41.

1916 ANNUAL.

 CARTON MOOREPARK.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.30.1916 ANNUAL.GEORGE CARLSON.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.011.00.

1913SEP.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.021.00.

1914JUL.

JUSTIN GRUELLE.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.40.

1916 ANNUAL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.82.

1916 ANNUAL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.83.

1916 ANNUAL.

CARTON MOOREPARK.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.59.

1916 ANNUAL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.54-55.1916 ANNUAL.NELL WITTERS.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.322.

1916 ANNUAL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.63.

1916 ANNUAL.

BUDY LIMO?.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.025.00.

1914NOV.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.66.1916 ANNUAL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.062.00.1917A.FRONT & BACK COVERS.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.040.00.

1916FEB.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.98-99.1916 ANNUAL.C.F. ARCIERI.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.115.

1916 ANNUAL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.114.

1916 ANNUAL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.070.00.

1918AUG.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.180.

1916 ANNUAL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.87.

1916 ANNUAL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.261.

1916 ANNUAL.

ALBRECHT DURER.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.139.

1916 ANNUAL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.158-159.1916.GEORGE CARLSON.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.175.

1916 ANNUAL.

JO L.G. McMAHON.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.251.

1916 ANNUAL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.228.

1916 ANNUAL.

JOSEPH CRAWHALL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.264.

1916 ANNUAL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.265.

1916 ANNUAL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.342.

1916 ANNUAL.

C.F.ARCIERI.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.089.00.

1920MAR.

GEORGE CARLSON.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.387.

1916 ANNUAL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.367.1916 ANNUAL.JO McMAHON.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.372.1916 ANNUAL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.107.

1916 ANNUAL.

ALLEN McMAHON.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.052.00.

1917FEB/

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.154.

1916 ANNUAL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.222.

1916 ANNUAL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.072.00.

1918OCT.

GEORGE CARLSON.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.050.364.

1916 ANNUAL.

JO McMAHON.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.098.00.

1920DEC.

GEORGE CARLSON.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.062.08.

1917ANNUAL.COPYRIGHT LOGO.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.107.00.

1921SEP.

CARTON MOOREPARK.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.062.48.

1917ANNUAL

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.062.26.

1917 ANNUAL.

C.F.ARCIERI.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.062.141.

1917ANNUAL.

W.F. WHITE.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.062.144.

1917ANNUAL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.110.00.

1921DEC.

 

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.111.00.

1922JAN.

GEORGE CARLSON.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.062.175.1917 ANNUAL.

C.F.ARCIERI.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.062.174.

1917 ANNUAL.

ELLIOTT DOLD?

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.062.44.

1917 ANNUAL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.121.00.

1922NOV.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.062.181.

1917 ANNUAL.

CARTON MOOREPARK.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.062.247.

1917 ANNUAL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.124.00.

1923FEB.

W.FLETCHER WHITE.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.100.135.

1921FEB.TEA.

WINIFRED J. BEKNAP?

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.125.00.

1923MAR.

MARIE A. LAWSON.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.143.00.

1924SEP.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.062.348.

1917 ANNUAL.

BETSY BILES.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.062.315.

1917 ANNUAL.

C.F.ARCIERI.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.062.297.

1917 ANNUAL.

W.F. WHITE.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.062.365.

1917 ANNUAL.

MERLE JOHNSON.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.062.373.

1917 ANNUAL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.168.00.

1926OCT.

GEORGE CARLSON.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.162.00.

1926APR.

MARJORIE HARTWELL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.099.10.

1921JAN.CONTENTS.

ART-HAROLD SICHEL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.099.48.

1921JAN.

GEORGE CARLSON.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.062.170.1917 ANNUAL.ELLIOTT DOLD?*

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.062.194-195.1917 ANNUAL. C.F.ARCIERI.

  JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.062.200.1917A.ALLEN McMAHON.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.062.367.1917 ANNUAL.MERLE JOHNSON.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.168.01.1926OCT.PAGE.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.099.50.1021JAN.GEORGE CARLSON.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.062.364.

1917 ANNUAL.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.062.253.

1917 ANNUAL.

GEORGE CARLSON.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.099.58.1921JAN.EMMA CLARK.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.103.333.1921MAY. H.L. DRUCKLIEB.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.062.355.

1917 ANNUAL.

LAWRENCE GREENE.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.173.00.

1927MAR.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.100.93.1921FEB.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.174.00.

1927APR.

MH.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.103.311.

1921MAY.DAFFODILS.

W.F.WHITE.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.100.92.1921FEB.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.100.136.

1921FEB.JOHN MARTIN &

GEORGE CARLSON.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.184.00.

1928FEB.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.200.00.

1929JUN.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.211.00.

1930MAY.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.216.00.

1930OCT.

GEORGE CARLSON.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.100.106.

1921FEB.

DON DICKERMAN.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.104.376.

1921JUN.

HENRY C. PITZ.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.242.00.

1932DEC.

LOUISE ROBERTS.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.100.100-101.1921FEB.

WASHINGTON & LINCOLN.GEORGE CARLSON.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.104.375.1921JUN.C.F.ARCIERI.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.104.377.1921JUN.HENRY C. PITZ.

JOHN MARTIN'S BOOK.104.379.1921JUN.HENRY C. PITZ.

SCHOOL ARTS.0302.00.1931OCT.v31#2.

SCHOOL ARTS MAGAZINE.US.1901-PRESENT. For one hundred and nineteen plus years now, School Arts Magazine has been a treasure chest of learning for art students everywhere. School Arts began as Applied Arts Book in September 1901, quickly becoming School Arts Book in September 1903, then School Arts Magazine in September 1929. The monthly is published ten times per year, (omitting July and August), by Davis Press in Worcester, Massachusetts. Its subject matter has included all forms of art learning including: fine arts education and history, applied arts and graphic design including typography, calligraphy, advertising, and design, sculpture, architecture, drawing and painting, photography, printing techniques, and more. Its pages have shown examples of all of these arts, along with instruction, and, most importantly, samples of art works by the students themselves. If longevity is truly the measure of a magazine's significance to its readers, then School Arts has definitely been important for over one hundred and nineteen years.

APPLIED ARTS BOOK.

0002.00.1901OCT.COVER

APPLIED ARTS BOOK.

0003.01.1901NOV.v1#3.P1

APPLIED ARTS BOOK.0010.32.1902JUN.v1#10.P32.

APPLIED ARTS BOOK.

0019.332.1903MAY.v2#9.P332.

APPLIED ARTS BOOK.

0010.15.1902JUN.v1#10.P15.

APPLIED ARTS BOOK.0003.17.1901NOV.v1#3.P17.

APPLIED ARTS BOOK.

0006.08.1902FEB.v1#6.

P8.

APPLIED ARTS BOOK.

0001.12.1901SEP.v1#1.

P12

SCHOOL ARTS.0051.00.

1906SEP.v6#1.

HARDBOUND COVER.

SCHOOL ARTS.0051.01.

1906SEP.P1.

SCHOOL ARTS.0052.80.1906OCT.v6#2.P80.

SCHOOL ARTS.0056.520.1907FEB.v6#6.P520.ART-L.F.P

SCHOOL ARTS.0054.277.

1906DEC.v6#4.P277.

SCHOOL ARTS.0061.70.

1907SEP.v7#1.P70.

SCHOOL ARTS.0061.70.

1907SEP.v7#1.P70.

SCHOOL ARTS.0118.533.

1913APR.v12#8.P533.

CLOCK CALENDAR.

SCHOOL ARTS.0060.874.1907JUN.v6#10.P874.

PLANS FOR BUILDING AN "AUTO-COASTER".

SCHOOL ARTS.0115.00.

1913JAN.v12#5.C.E.

APPLIED ARTS.0001.07.

1901SEP.V1#1.p7.

TYPOGRAPHY.

SCHOOL ARTS.0124.301.

1913DEC.v13#4.P301.

CALLIGRAPHY.

SCHOOL ARTS.0174.201.

1918DEC.v18#4.P201.

TYPOGRAPHY.

SCHOOL ARTS.0135.326.

1915JAN.v14#5.P326.

CALLIGRAPHY BY STUDENT BUCHWALD.

SCHOOL ARTS.0175.285.

1919JAN.v18#5.P285.

TYPOGRAPHY.

SCHOOL ARTS.0078.749.

1909APR.v8#8.P749.

CALLIGRAPHY.

SCHOOL ARTS.0222.072.

1923OCT.v23#2.P72.

TYPOGRAPHY.

SCHOOL ARTS.0120.636.

1913JUN.v12#10.P636.

WHAT ART MEANS TO ME.

SCHOOL ARTS.0304.225.1931DEC.v31#4.P225.TYPE DESIGN

SCHOOL ARTS.0119.00.

1913MAY.v12#9.C.E.

SCHOOL ARTS.0116.350.

1913FEB.v12#6.ART-

REMBRANDT VAN RIJN.

SCHOOL ARTS.0201.009.1921SEP.v21#1.P9.

ART-MAXFIELD PARRISH.

SCHOOL ARTS.0284.216.

1929DEC.v29#3.P203.

ART-ALBRECHT DURER.

SCHOOL ARTS.0067.590.

1908MAR.v7#7.P590.

ART-HIROSHIGE.

SCHOOL ARTS.0069.773.

1908MAY.v7#9.P773.

ART-RAPHAEL.

SCHOOLARTS.0081.012.

1909SEP.v9#1.P12.

ART-JOHN M. WHISTLER.

SCHOOL ARTS.0065.432.1908JAN.v7#5.P432.

SCHOOL ARTS.0121.00.

1913SEP.v8#1

SCHOOL ARTS.0145.363.

1916JAN.v15#5.P363.

CALENDAR.JANUARY.

SCHOOL ARTS.0075.429.

1909JAN.v8#5.P511.

CALENDAR-JANUARY.

SCHOOL ARTS.0136.430.

1915MAR.v14#7.P430.

CALENDAR.MARCH.

SCHOOL ARTS.0148.670.

1916MAY.v15#9.P670.

CALENDAR.MAY.

SCHOOL ARTS.0121.70.

1913SEP.v8#1.P70.

CALENDAR-SEPTEMBER.

SCHOOL ARTS.0062.173.

1907OCT.v7#2.P173.

CALENDAR-OCTOBER.

SCHOOL ARTS.0054.338.

1906DEC.v6$4.P338.CALENDAR-DECEMBER.

SCHOOL ARTS.0134.208.

1914DEC.v14#4.

CALENDAR.DECEMBER.

SCHOOL ARTS.0078.773.

1909APR.v8#8.P773.

SCULPTURE-MICHAELANGELO.

SCHOOL ARTS.0069.772.

1908MAY.v7#9.P772.

SCULPTURE.

SCHOOL ARTS.0121.00.

1913SEP.v8#1

SCHOOL ARTS.2020APR.P.

SCULPTURE BY DAVID RUDOLPH.

 

SCHOOL ARTS.0124.00.

1913DEC.v13#4.

SCHOOL ARTS.0111.28.

1912SEP.v12#1.P28.THE SCHOOL BEAUTIFUL.

NORTHHAMPTON,MA.

SCHOOL ARTS.0112.92.

1912OCT.v12#2.THE SCHOOL BEAUTIFUL.

STATEN ISLAND ACADEMY.

SCHOOL ARTS.0112.93.

1912OCT.v12#2.THE SCHOOL BEAUTIFUL. CLEVELAND SCHOOL OF ART.

SCHOOL ARTS.0117.467.

1913MAR.v12#7.THE

SCHOOL BEAUTIFUL. GREENVILLE,OH.

SCHOOL ARTS.0120.664.

1913JUN.v12#10.THE SCHOOL BEAUTIFUL.

BROOKLINE,MA.

SCHOOL ARTS.0121.37.

1913SEP.v8#1.THE SCHOOL BEAUTIFUL.

BROOKLINE,MA.

SCHOOL ARTS.0127.512.

1914MAR.v13#7.THE SCHOOL BEAUTIFUL.

NEW YORK, CALIFORNIA, INDIANAPOLIS.

SCHOOL ARTS.0112.90.

1912OCT.v12#2.THE SCHOOL BEAUTIFUL.

WHITENSVILLE,MA.

SCHOOL ARTS.0131.00.

1914SEP.v14#1.

SCHOOL ARTS.0139.639.

1915MAY.v14#9.p639.

PHOTO-

FRANK COUSINS.

SCHOOL ARTS.0115.325.

1913JAN.v12#5.P325.

STAIR CONSTRUCTION.

SCHOOL ARTS.0140.693.

1915JUN.v14#10.P693.

ARCHITECTURE.

SCHOOL ARTS.0129.693.

1914MAY.v13#9.P693.

ARCHITECT DRAWING-

PAUL C. DUNHAM.

SCHOOL ARTS.0316.325.

1933FEB.v32#6.P325.

PHOTO OF ENTRANCE TO ST. MARKS CHURCH,

PHILADLPHIA.

SCHOOL ARTS.0117.481.

1913MAR.v12#7.P481.

DRAWING-

 IONIC COLUMNS.

SCHOOL ARTS.0141.018.

1915SEP.v15#1.P18.

PHOTO OF PALACE OF FINE ARTS,SAN FRANCISCO.

SCHOOL ARTS.0118.544.

1913APR.v12#8.P544.

DRAWING-

CORINTHIAN COLUMNS.

SCHOOL ARTS.0181.00.

1919SEP.v19#1.

SCHOOL ARTS.0168.361.

1918APR.v17#8.P361.

SWEET OR SPANISH CHESTNUT.ART-JAMES WILLIAMS.

SCHOOL ARTS.0119.603.

1913MAY.v12#9.P603.

DRAWING-VARIOUS ARTISTS.

SCHOOL ARTS.0057.530.

1907MAR.v6#7.P530.

MISS S.B.KITE, PRATT INSTITUTE.

SCHOOL ARTS.0122.131.

1913OCT.v13#2.P131.

ART-STUDENT EDWARD JENNINGS,9 YRS. OLD.

SCHOOL ARTS.0089.688.

1910MAR.v9#7.P688.

SCHOOL ARTS.0159.395.

1917MAY.v16#9.P395.

HAZEL.ART-JAMES WILLIAMS.

SCHOOL ARTS.0071.023.

1908SEP.v8#1.P23.

SCHOOL ARTS.0200.563.

1921JUN.v20#10.P563.

ART-PEDRO J. LEMOS.

SCHOOL ARTS.0137.503.

1915MAR.v14#7.P503.

ART-WILLIAM S. RICE.

SCHOOL ARTS.0186.00.

1920FEB.v15#6.

SCHOOL ARTS.0137.475.

1915MAR.v14#7.P475.

PHOTO-GEORGE INNESS.

SCHOOL ARTS.0130.740.

1914JUN.v13#10.P740.

PHOTOGRAPHY-GEORGE C. HUBBARD.

SCHOOL ARTS.0187.411.1920MAR.v19#7.P411.

PHOTO-GEORGE INNESS.

SCHOOL ARTS.0161.007.

1917SEP.v17#1.P7.

PHOTO-JESSIE TARBOX BEALS.

SCHOOL ARTS.0161.006.1917SEP.v17#1.P6.

PHOTO-CARL E. SEMON.

SCHOOL ARTS.0161.008.

1917SEP.v17#1.P8.

PHOTO-GERTRUDE KASEBIER.

SCHOOL ARTS.0159.368.

1917MAY.v16#9.P368.

PHOTO-MARTINIQUE SANCIER.

SCHOOL ARTS.0144.255.

1915DEC.v15#4.P255.

PRINTMAKING.

SCHOOL ARTS.0219.551.1923MAY.v22#9.P551.

PHOTO ENGRAVING SHOWING VARIOUS HALFTONE SCREENS.

SCHOOL ARTS.0190.628.

1920JUN.v19#10.P628.

PRINTING TECHNIQUES-

3 COLOR HLFTONE.

SCHOOL ARTS.0181.40.

1919SEP.v19#1.P40.

PRINTING TECHNIQUES-LITHOGRAPHY.

SCHOOL ARTS.0182.122.

1919OCT.v19#2.P122.

PRINTING TECHNIQUES-PHOTO ENGRAVING.

SCHOOL ARTS.0222.077.

1923OCT.v23#2.P77.

LINOLEUM POSTER PRINTING.

SCHOOL ARTS.0188.501.

1920APR.v19#8.P501.

PRINTING TECHNIQUES-COPPER HALFTONE ENGRAVING.OUTLINED.

SCHOOL ARTS.0181.41.

1919SEP.v19#1.P41.

PRINTING TECHNIQUES-MONOTYPE.

SCHOOL ARTS.0157.293.

1917MAR.v16#7.P293.

ART-JULIA DANIELS.

SCHOOL ARTS.0292.00.

1930OCT.v30#2.

SCHOOL ARTS.0155.191.

1917JAN.v16#5.P191.

TYPES OF DRAWING.

SCHOOL ARTS.0211.61.

1922SEP.v22#1.P61.

ART- MARGARET MITCHELL CARLSON.

SCHOOL ARTS.0166.238.

1918FEB.v17#6.P238.

ART-ELLSWORTH WOODWARD

SCHOOL ARTS.0199.532.1921MAY.v20#9.P532.

ART-WILLIAM S. RICE.

SCHOOL ARTS.0178.412.

1919APR.v18#8.P412.

ART- ROSE NETZORG KERR.

SCHOOL ARTS.0284.221.

1929DEC.v29#3.P221.

ART-M. ALVA.

SCHOOL ARTS.0185.256.

1920JAN.v19#5.P256.

ART-FRANKLIN BOOTH.

SCHOOL ARTS.0307.00.

1932MAR.v31#7.

SCHOOL ARTS.0124.316.

1913DEC.v13#4.P316.

ART-AURORA STUDIOS,BOSTON.

SCHOOL ARTS.0177.352.

1919MAR.v18#7.P352.

ART-PEDRO J. LEMOS.

SCHOOL ARTS.0287.388.

1930MAR.v29#7.P388.

FRENCH ART.

SCHOOL ARTS.0144.261.

1915DEC.v15#4.P261.

PHOTO ENGRAVED ART FROM 4-COLOR PLATES.

SCHOOL ARTS.0190.571.1920JUN.v19#10.P571.

ART-PEDRO J. LEMOS.

SCHOOL ARTS.0114.228.

1912DEC.v12#4.P228.

GEORGE DE FOREST BRUSH.

SCHOOL ARTS.0297.382.1931MAR.v30#7.P382.

ART-JOHN YOUNG-HUNTER.

SCHOOL ARTS.0311.00.

1932SEP.v32#1.

SCHOOL ARTS.0147.612.

1916APR.v15#8.P612.

DESIGN-CHARLES R. CAPON.

SCHOOL ARTS.0153.131.

1916NOV.v16#3.P131.

POSTER BY UNKNOWN DESIGNER.

SCHOOL ARTS.0290.603.

1930JUN.v29#10.P603.

TRADEMARK DESIGN BY VARIOUS DESIGNERS.

SCHOOL ARTS.0074.383.

1908DEC.v8#4.P383.

ART-JAMES HALL.

SCHOOL ARTS.0311.020.

1932SEPv32#1.P20.ART-STUDENT WILSON FANKBONER,ST. LOUIS.

SCHOOL ARTS.0166.267.1918FEB.v17#6.P267.

ART-EAST ORANGE,NJ HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT.

SCHOOL ARTS.0120.679.

1913JUN.v12#10.P679.

HUNGARIAN SCHOOL OF ART.

SCHOOL ARTS.0176.331.

1919FEB.v18#6.P331.

ART-MISS FAITH FARLIN.

SCHOOL ARTS.0316.00.

1933FEB.v32#6.

SCHOOL ARTS.0130.767.

1914JUN.v13#10.P767.

ART-LESLIE KLARE,

9 YEARS OLD.

SCHOOL ARTS.0304.237.1931DECv31#4.P237.

ART-STUDENT DOROTHY B. MITCHELL,

HEMPSTEAD,LONG ISLAND.

SCHOOL ARTS.0126.408.

1914FEB.v13#6.P408.

ART-FRED BLAKESLEE,

14 YEARS OLD.

SCHOOL ARTS.0311.061.1932SEPv32#1.P61.

ART BY STUDENT,CHICAGO.

SCHOOL ARTS.0307.417.

1932MARv31#7.P417.

ART-CRESPO DESIGN CLASS,CHOUNARD SCHOOL OF ART.

SCHOOL ARTS.0315.280.1933JAN.v32#5.P280.

ART-STUDENT,VALLEY CITY,ND.