These are vintage 1960's-1970's issues of Sephia Magazine, a rare African American-focused publication founded in the late 1940's. All issues are in good condition with no cosmetic/structural issues. Please select your preferred issue from the drop-down menu below.
About: Sephia Magazine was founded in 1946 as Negro Achievements by Horace J Blackwell, an African-American clothing merchant from TX. George Levitan, a Jewish-American man born in Michigan, bought the magazines and Good Publishing Company (aka Sepia Publishing) in 1950. Four years later, he named the magazine Sepia, and published it until his death in 1976.