La Revue Populaire Décembre 1942

La Revue Populaire was a French-Canadian magazine that was first published in 1907, and continued circulation until its final publication in 1963. It was originally created as a magazine for the whole family, but during the Second World War, they started to focus primarily on content for women and girls.

The December 1942 edition shows this transition by featuring an embroidery stencil advertised to young girls and 'holiday meals' for housewives.

La Revue Populaire, Décembre, (Québec, 1942)
Magazine. Unknown pages.
Ley and Lois Smith War, Memory, and Popular Culture Research Collection - The University of Western Ontario - London, Ontario
Second World War