Speaking of themes, the catchy word “Illustrations” comes to mind. Forever displaying visualizations, from drawings, paintings, or photographs… of all things illustrated in newspaper articles or magazines, such as a story or poem to simple adventures displayed with the goal to teach or entertain us.
|September 1936 CHILD LIFE, illustration by Janet Laura Scott|
Located inside this issue ......Things- To - Do
|OCTOBER - 1933 Issue of Child Life - illustration by, Electra|
Located inside this issue - Especially for this next offering, be sure to click for a larger, clear view so you can enjoy this delightful read!
|The letter to Miss Barrows, from 10 year old Pat Fletcher, Lexington, Va. is astonishing to read....perhaps he had a great proof reader....quite a writer this child-writer should have become!|
|Just click for a much more healthier view! Enjoy!|
I hope you enjoyed a brief glimpse into an American magazine, illustrated chiefly for children, both young and old! If you care to share your own Sepia Saturday post or just want to see more go here