Last month, when I dug up the classic Vogue covers, I started — somewhat arbitrarily — with 1940 and then continued through modern day. Vogue was a weekly newspaper when it began in 1892, and switched to a magazine format in 1909 and then at some point became biweekly (and then monthly in 1973, which is… way later than I realized). Here, I only (“only”) went back as far as in 1910, which is very close to the beginnings of how we recognize it now; not all the covers are available but in some cases I did fund multiples. it switched to a magazine format. So today we’ve got 1910 to 1939, which spans its first use of photography, and then tomorrow we’ll do more, and then Thursday, we’ll finish it up. Look at me, attempting to PLAN things like an adult human.