Harper's Magazine Archives

Collection by Zinio

12 
Pins
 • 
186 
Followers

Winner of nineteen National Magazine Awards and its first Ellie for documentary photography, Harper's Magazine has produced captivating long-form editorial journalism for over 150 years. Look back at some of the best moments from this iconic magazine.

Zinio
Why We Are Stuck in the Sand Harper's Magazine, Documentary Photography, The Republic, Stand By Me, Looking Back, Documentaries, January, Stay With Me, Friendship

Why We Are Stuck in the Sand | Harper's Magazine

Why We Are Stuck In The Sand - January 1991

25 cents in Who could afford that? Harper's Magazine, Monthly Magazine, Documentary Photography, Have Time, Product Launch, Scores, Magazines, Journals, Things To Sell

Launched by New York publisher Harper & Brothers, Harper’s New Monthly Magazine was designed for customers who didn’t have time to read through “scores and hundreds of magazines and journals, intermingled with much that is merely local and transient interest, and are thus hopelessly excluded from the knowledge and the reach of readers at large.” An advertisement in the issue promised “to remedy this evil.” - June 1850

150 Years of Literature - Explain these milestones  #1: In 2000, Harper's Magazine turned 150 years old, and published a special literature issue with Mark Twain and Tom Wolfe on the cover. "An American Album," a 712-page volume with the best writing from the magazine was published as well. Harper's Magazine, Tom Wolfe, Mark Twain, Documentary Photography, Journalism, Looking Back, Documentaries, Literature, In This Moment

150 Years of Literature - Explain these milestones #1: In 2000, Harper's Magazine turned 150 years old, and published a special literature issue with Mark Twain and Tom Wolfe on the cover. "An American Album," a 712-page volume with the best writing from the magazine was published as well.

Harpers Index - In 1984, recognizing the time constraints of the modern reader, Lewis Lapham along with new executive editor Michael Pollan, redesigned Harper's and introduced the "Harper's Index" (ironic statistics arranged for thoughtful effect), "Readings", and the "Annotation" departments to complement its fiction, essays, reportage, and reviews. Harper's Magazine, Michael Pollan, Increase Sales, Astrophysics, Documentary Photography, Editorial Design, Documentaries, Have Fun, Student

Harpers Index - In 1984, recognizing the time constraints of the modern reader, Lewis Lapham along with new executive editor Michael Pollan, redesigned Harper's and introduced the "Harper's Index" (ironic statistics arranged for thoughtful effect), "Readings", and the "Annotation" departments to complement its fiction, essays, reportage, and reviews.