Liberty Magazine

Published from 1924 to 1950, Liberty Magazine was an American weekly which often focused on sensational and popular issues. Gain insight into life in the United States during the Depression era and World War II. The articles, stories and advertisements in Liberty Magazine offer a perspective on the everyday lives of working-class and middle-class America when illustrated magazines were a popular form of mass entertainment.

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Alternate names

Liberty : a weekly for everybody, Liberty magazine historical archive, 1924-1950

Content type

Digital collection

Provider

Galegroup

Open access

No

Subjects

History - Social & Cultural, History - United States of America

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