The Saturday Evening Post.
This bimonthly American magazine was published from 1897 to 1971 capturing current events, editorials, human interest, poetry, humor and other stories/illustrations. The Post was known for its timely illustrations and original fictitious works, most notably the illustrations by Norman Rockwell and stories by William Faulkner and Agatha Christie.
In 1969, The Post along with Curtis Publication Co. lost a landmark “slander” suit after claiming Georgia head football coach, Wally Butts and Alabama head coach Bear Bryant conspired to “fix” games. Each coach was awarded $1.8 million, leading to the decline of the iconic magazine.