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Other The Saturday Evening Post Reviews

- By Judy

5/15/2016

I had stopped my other magazines due to content. I LOVE the Saturday Evening Post...articles are high class and informative. I'd say it is the best magazine available especially liked the 100 years of Norman Rockwell. Very positive and uplifting magazine I'd recommend it for everyone interested in happy thoughts for a happy life. Great Christmas present to all those who already have everything. Keep up the GOOD work, great AMERICAN magazine.

#1 Family Magazine - By Athena

1/26/2008

We have subscribed to this wonderful magazine for many years. I can't say enough to praise it; I would love to see it in every home, and most especially in homes with children. Why? Because it contains the most reliable health info, medical info and food/diet advice of any available for sale. We used to subscribe to several quality magazines, but have dropped all except the Saturday Evening Post. Time is short; art is long and this magazine has everything in it we find interesting and worth the time.

Nothing but the best! - By ozfan22

1/23/2008

I have been selling vintage Saturday Evening Post magazines for over a year now. With each magazine dating 1900+, I thoroughly enjoy going through them. Of course, Norman Rockwell is my absolute favorite artist, but I also am thrilled to look at the ads and read the wonderful stories. What a piece of Americana the Post is!