ASIA, a magazine about Asian countries: travel to, their history, geography, and culture, had some great covers. In the 1920's and early 1930's Frank McIntosh painted most of them, in an art-deco style that is immediately recognizable. (See this article.) Earlier issues had covers with a list of contents and a symbolic image or drawing, and by the late 1930's the covers were mostly photographic. In 1942 the title was changed to ASIA AND THE AMERICAS, and the magazine did not last long after this.
  • Asia 1922-10 2111 visits Asia 1922-10
  • Asia 1923-01 1842 visits Asia 1923-01
  • Asia 1924-11 1874 visits Asia 1924-11
  • Asia 1924-12 2475 visits Asia 1924-12
  • Asia 1925-08 2133 visits Asia 1925-08
  • Asia 1926-06 2352 visits Asia 1926-06
  • Asia 1926-10 2077 visits Asia 1926-10
  • Asia 1926-11 2191 visits Asia 1926-11
  • Asia 1927-11 2030 visits Asia 1927-11
  • Asia 1927-12 1872 visits Asia 1927-12
  • Asia 1929-09 1943 visits Asia 1929-09
  • Asia 1929-12 2066 visits Asia 1929-12
  • Asia 1930-11 2574 visits Asia 1930-11
  • Asia 1931-05 2217 visits Asia 1931-05
  • Asia 1932-04 1499 visits Asia 1932-04
  • Asia 1932-06 1668 visits Asia 1932-06
  • Asia 1932-11 1198 visits Asia 1932-11
  • Asia 1932-12 1516 visits Asia 1932-12
  • Asia 1933-05 1131 visits Asia 1933-05
  • Asia 1933-09+10 1658 visits Asia 1933-09+10
  • Asia 1934-03 2378 visits Asia 1934-03
  • Asia 1934-06 3033 visits Asia 1934-06
  • Asia 1935-03 1272 visits Asia 1935-03
  • Asia 1935-05 1775 visits Asia 1935-05