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Anne De Zogheb – Brief Biography

Anne De Zogheb Magazine Cover Collage

Anne de Zogheb is the daughter of Lebanese diplomat Charles de Zogheb. Anne was raised in Egypt and is of English, Lebanese, French, Dutch and Greek descent. A top model, she graced the covers of many fashion magazines beginning in the late 1950’s. She met Paul Anka while on assignment with the Eileen Ford Agency […]

Adventure Magazine: Cover Art & Fiction Archives

Adventure Magazine Collage


Argosy Weekly


Visit our complete Argosy Weekly archive here Argosy was home to adventure pulps – and many first edition novels from writers such as Edgar Rice Burroughs.

Raquel Welch Magazine Covers


  CLICK HERE for our complete Raquel Welch magazine cover art archives CLICK HERE for our foreign magazine cover gallery   Thumbnail Archive Below                                

Mars Attacks: Illustrations by Norm Saunders




Liberty magazine was the “second greatest Magazine in America” during its publishing run. Published weekly in an effort to go head to head with the other general interest weekly’s of the time – Life & the Saturday Evening Post. Liberty’s original price of only five cents and wonderful cover art helped the magazine to reach […]

Marilyn Monroe Magazine Covers


Marilyn Monroe was the most covered star on American magazines throughout the late 1940’s till her death in 1962. Rivaled only by Elvis Presley – it is no wonder that American pop culture surely elevates both these stars to Iconic status. Top 10 Marilyn Monroe Covers

Good Housekeeping



Elvis Presley magazine covers

  This is our new quick thumbnail gallery of Elvis Presley Magazine covers. Click on the image for link to larger file. For detailed magazine information please search through our Category Search menu.    

The Etude

The Etude Magazine Covers

The Etude had a long and distinguished publishing run from 1887 – 1957.   With its Long-time editor -in-chief Francis Cooke from 1909 through 1949, the Etude added the phrase “Music Exalts Life!”,    Though it embraced the modern technologies of Radio & Television along with Jazz and other modern music it went as far as a primarily […]

House & Garden Cover Art Gallery


Mans Life


Man’s Life was published by crestwood publishing from 1953-1971. Originally a Men’s action and adventure story magazine, Man’s Life ran the gammut of pulp fiction ultimately devolving and mirroring american culture through the 1970’s with some of the funniest off the wall sex stories. There was core anchor to Man’s Life through out the 1950’s and 1960’s, Awesome Pulp illustrations including the infamous “Weasels ripped my flesh” cover by Will Hulsey that inspired Frank Zappa’s Album and cover of the same name.

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