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“By 1920 the gear-and-lever voting machine had become the official voting method in New York, Minnesota, California, Connecticut, Wisconsin, New Jersey, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Ohio, Utah, Colorado, Montana, Illinois, Washington, Massachusetts, and Kansas. The voting machine, pictured in Popular Science Monthly with a contemplative voter, became a symbol of good government and progressive reform.” -via American History
Yet another set of Halloween goodies, this time from the 1930s. You can never go wrong with Liberty Magazine. And how creepy (yet strangely cool) is that cat decoration? Via Graves and Ghouls.
Here’s a mix of designs from the 1950s-1960s that were released during Halloween. There’s so much stuff out there, it’s hard to pick just a handful. Keep checking back for Halloween pieces from other decades! Via Graves and Ghouls.
Thrilling Mystery Magazine (1935) and Dime Mystery Magazine (1947). “Weird, menacing thrills on every page!” xVia Magazine Art.
Hooray! Even Popular Mechanics can’t resist a little vintage lovin’. I don’t know that I’ve ever bought this magazine before, so, congrats PM- you get an extra sale this month! Via Type Everything.