Fortune: the art of covering business

In celebration of Fortune’s 70th anniversary, this volume presents the magazine’s cover collection from 1930 to 1950. About 250 color reproductions show how notable artists contributed cover art throughout the years to portray the modern era during its dramatic, formative years. The images, combined with selected excerpts from vintage magazines, offer a look at the underpinnings of modern society and its industries and provide a glimpse of America’s response to the Great Depression, the outbreak of global war, and the U.S. rise to postwar economic supremacy.

Text: Okrent Daniel. pp. 142; COL; hardcover. Publisher: Gibbs Smith, Salt Lake City, 1999.

ISBN: 9780879059323| 087905932X

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In celebration of Fortune’s 70th anniversary, this volume presents the magazine’s cover collection from 1930 to 1950. About 250 color reproductions show how notable artists contributed cover art throughout the years to portray the modern era during its dramatic, formative years. The images, combined with selected excerpts from vintage magazines, offer a look at the underpinnings of modern society and its industries and provide a glimpse of America’s response to the Great Depression, the outbreak of global war, and the U.S. rise to postwar economic supremacy.