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Around the turn of the century, as photomechanical reproduction became practical for newspaper production, photographs gradually began to replace the hand-drawn illustrations that had been common since the 1840s and 1 850s in such publications as the Illustrated London News and Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
These sort of illustrated newspapers were very popular in the 1930s because, in an age before nationwide television, it was possibly the only medium which allowed people to see events that had happened in the local area.
Thanksgiving: An Illustrated History arrived too late for a more timely holiday mention but deserves recommendation year-round as a fine collection of over 700 illustrated newspapers, magazine covers, postcards and prints tracing the holiday's history from the Pilgrims to present day.