What you see is about as good/bad as it got. Stag magazines like this 1961 title from Parliament always skated the line because they lived in fear of obscenity charges into the mid-1970s. They would tell the grittiest stories without swearwords, and illustrate the sexiest sex stories with minimal nudity (all busts and not much below the waist, black bars across the eyes).
That issue of Scientific American from December 1926.
1962 was the year that Playtex disposable sleeve nursing bottles hit the market, a product I’d wager nearly every one of you has either used yourself or used on someone else.
Native American appropriation & stereotypes in advertising culture:
1950 (sheets), 1962 (fencing, insurance), and 1920 (laxative).
Simpsons Illustrated magazine, issues 1 through 9, 1991-1993.
PC Novice, volume 2 issue 06 (June 1991)
Back by popular demand since you liked the previous post so much…
Answering the cover questions:
PC Novice, volume 2 issue 07 (July 1991)
60 pounds of 386 desktop verses 10 pounds of 286 notebook with 2mb RAM? Tough choice… Meanwhile, Miss Office Goddess In 1980s Glasses is warming my vacuum tubes.
I’ve got two turntables as a microphone… 1961
Sex sells, 1954 style. Pretty unclothed girls seal the deal.