POST: The Saturday Evening Post - In Memoriam, A Senseless Tragedy
The front cover of this issue of the Post features a portrait of John F. Kennedy painted by Norman Rockwell. It contains full-color pages along with lots of black-and-white ink pages. For the most part, it consists of political articles revolving around current events with many advertisements in-between. The Post was originally published weekly from 1897 - 1963, every two weeks until 1969, and is now issued six times a year. In its prime, the Post was the most widely circulated magazine in America.