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List of covers of Time magazine (1920s)

This is a list of people appearing on the cover of Time magazine in the 1920s. Time was first published in 1923. As Time became established as one of the United States' leading newsmagazines, an appearance on the cover of Time became an indicator of a person's notability, fame or notoriety. Such features were accompanied by articles about the person.

For other decades, see Lists of people on the cover of Time magazine.

1923

Cover for 3 March 1923 with Joseph G. Cannon

1924

Cover for 18 February 1924 with Eleutherios Venizelos

1925

Cover for 5 January 1925 with Juan Belmonte
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1926

Cover for 15 February 1926 with Lady Diana Manners

1927

Cover for 21 February 1927 with Mustafa Kemal Atatürk

1928

Cover for 19 March 1928 with Robert Dollar

1929

Cover for 11 November 1929 with Thomas W. Lamont

See also

Lists of covers of Time magazine Next
1920s 1930s

References

  • Time Cover Search

References

  1. ^ "Warren S. Stone, Labor Leader, Dies. President of Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Its $150,000,000 Interests.".  
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