Throughout the Roaring Twenties and Jazz age, World War II and post-war America, Liberty Magazine was a trusted voice, illuminating a critical period of American and world history.
Liberty Magazine’s archives feature an incredible collection of first-person accounts written by the great writers, celebrities and thinkers of the time including F. Scott Fitzgerald, Albert Einstein, Mahatma Gandhi, George Bernard Shaw, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Robert Benchley, and Babe Ruth.
880 notable artists and illustrators also contributed to Liberty, including Leslie Thrasher, John Held Jr. and James Montgomery Flagg.
Never before have the experiences of the past been more relevant.
Our library contains over 17,000 copyrighted stories
and articles from the greatest thinkers of our time