|Oct 26 2015
Screenland was one of the earliest and biggest cinema magazines.
Actress Claire Windsor appears on the front of this October 1923 issue of Screenland magazine, one of the U.S.’s most venerable celeb publications, launched in Los Angeles in 1920 and surviving, under the control of several owners, until finally folding in 1971. The beautiful cover was painted by Rolf Armstrong, and within the magazine’s sprawling 108 pages are Gloria Swanson, Rodolph (aka Rudolph) Valentino, Phyllis Havers, and many other personalities, plus art from John Held, Jr. and writing from Delight Evans and Robert E. Sherwood. You can download your own copy of this here.
Los AngelesScreenlandClaire WindsorAlma RubensNita NaldiPhyllis HaverJohn Held Jr.Robert E. SherwoodGloria SwansonRudolph ValentinoNatacha ValentinoWinifred ShaughnessyMae MurrayRex IngramAlice TerryMartha MansfieldRolf ArmstrongDelight Evansmagazine art