New Yorker Holiday Covers

In the 105 holiday covers The New Yorker has published, Santa Claus has proved himself a consummate New Yorker. He has drunk coffee perched alone on a diner stool, ridden the subway with his fellow Santas, and schlepped through airport security. Find more covers reflecting holiday cheer from the 1920s through today:
  1. “December 12, 1925,” by Rea Irvin.
  2. “November 30, 1940,” by Perry Barlow.
  3. “The Big Bag,” by Franco Matticchio, December 13, 1999.
  4. “Holiday Travel,” by Istvan Banyai, December 3, 2001.
  5. “Holiday Cheers,” by Jan Van Der Veken, December 7, 2009.