Rabbit Hole: The American Girl Magazine
16/10/2011 § 7 Comments
No, no, not that American Girl.*
From 1917 until 1979 Girl Scouts published a magazine, originally called “The Rally” (1917–1920) and then “The American Girl.” At one time this magazine had the largest circulation of any magazine aimed at teen-aged girls.
I really love some of the covers from the 1930s.
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*I did own one of those dolls, though. Bonus points if you can guess which one.
Love the June 1930 cover artwork.
These are awesome.
Nope, I had Molly. My sister had Samantha. I’ll admit, I was always a bit jealous.
[…] Boy and Girl Scouts created a magazine – Boy’s Life, which is still in publication and The American Girl (not to be confused with today’s American Girl), which folded in […]
Anyone know why the magazine folded?