Old Vanity Fair Magazines

Few publications have made social contributions as significant as those of Vanity Fair. Over the years its contents have shocked, intrigued and earned the magazine a devoted following of readers. But while many of us think of Vanity Fair as a modern-day magazine, its existence started well before the 1980s.

Here at OldMagazineArticles.com, we have many articles from old Vanity Fair magazines that date back to the early 1920s, giving you valuable insight into all manner of important events. Before you click on an article title, you'll have an opportunity to view a brief synopsis and see the its original publication date. Each article appears in its original form, complete with any photographs or illustrations.

Fashion and Social Issues in Old Vanity Fair Magazines
If you're interested in women's suffrage, fashion or other social issues of the early 1900s, these old Vanity Fair magazines are a wonderful way to find the information you need. In our extensive collection is a 1921 article about the post-war change in women and an article about the latest fashion trends in hats and head wraps. Whether you're researching old Vanity Fair magazines for a term paper or are just an avid history fan, you'll find exactly what you're looking for here.

Other academic websites are stuffy and conservative. Here at OldMagazineArticles.com, we offer a well-rounded selection of articles of a serious as well as humorous nature. In addition to old Vanity Fair articles, you'll find advertisements for unusual inventions, opinions of the Titanic disaster and historical essays on famous Civil War battles. By keeping our collection as user-friendly as possible, we hope to bring you back to our site time and time again.