This March 26, 1949 Vintage Saturday Evening Post Magazine shows some men changing windows and the cover is done by John Falter. This magazine contains the following articles: The French Foreign Legion Goes German, Never A Battle Like Midway, U.S. Engineer In Peru, Altoona & Broadway's Most Successful Eccentric. This Saturday Evening Post Magazine's Cover is of Spring-House-Cleaning Scene By John Falter. The Color Advertisements include: GMC Trucks, Alcoa Aluminum, Packard, Van Heusen Shirts, Armstrong Floors, Goodyear, Campbell's Soup, Mercury, Chevrolet, Firestone, Mobilgas, Champion, Pontiac, North American Insurance, Ford, Stetson Hats, Eljer, Dash Dog Food & Greyhound. The Black & White Advertisements include: Goodrich, Sanka Coffee, RCA Victor, Bendix, American Airlines, Koppers Piston Rings, Polident, Munsingwear, Croton Watches, Bayer & Webster Cigars. Some of the Special Features in this Magazine are: 2 Movie Ads which are: "The Pride Of The Yankees" & "The Green Promise", A Lifesavers Ad, "Morgan Beatty" for Alka Seltzer Ad, Canada Dry Ad & Hires Root Beer Ad. This magazine is in good condition. This magazine does have a mailing label. This Post Magazine's measurements are 13 3/4" x 10 3/4".