Nudist Magazines of the 50s & 60s
Nudist History

We've come a long way, baby... These classic books about nudism and naturism are a great way to look back at the early days of nude recreation—the history and idealogy that brought us this far. These books give you the information you'll need to share with friends and family who ask "Why do you want to remove your clothes?"

                                                        


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Nudist Magazines of the 50s & 60s - Book One

 
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The premier book in the Nudist Nostalgia Series (tm) with articles and photographs from the earliest issues in the 1940s to the late 1960s.

Features are: RARE PHOTOS FROM THE 1930s-60s, "The Private Life of a Nudist Family" from Nudist Living (1961), "Shrimp Boat Turned Nudist" from Eden (1960). 96 pages, 8 1/2 X 11 inches.

Nudist Magazines of the 50s & 60s - Book Two

 
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Selections of controversial, funny, and nostalgic articles and photographs from the very first unretouched American nudist magazines.
Featured are: "What About Nudism" from Nude Life (1951), "Dance Naked With Music" from Nude Living, "Naked Truth About The Etruscans" from Sun Era (1962). 96 pages, 8 1/2 X 11 inches.

Nudist Magazines of the 50s & 60s - Book Three

 
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Recapture European nudism, where entire towns were once devoted to nude living!
The third book in the popular photo-book series features: "Bonjour, Bare Skin?" from Nudist Classics #5 (1951), "Communism & Nudism Co-Exist?" from Sundial (1964), "In Search of Miss Venus" from Jaybird Journal (1967). 96 pages, 8 1/2 X 11 inches.

Nudist Magazines of the 50s & 60s - Book Four

 
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Complete your set of this extraordinary Nudist Nostalgia Series today.
Rare photos and articles straight from the liberal ’60s when social FREEDOM was not just a word, but a revolution! Featured are: “I Want To Be a Nudist” from Nudism Today (1968) • “4 Bares Before the Mast” from Metropolitan Jaybird (1966) • “Nudists of Southern France” from Nude Living (1962) • “The Friendly Beach Frolic” from SOL (1968). 96 pages; 8½" x 11". Softcover.

Naked People

 
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Naked People (Nackende Menschen) by Heinrich Pudor, under the pseudonym of Heinrich Scham was probably the first book on nudism to be published.
Written in Germany during the 1890s, it predates even Richard Ungewitter's Die Nacktheit. The English translation was published in 1894, and has seemingly been lost. Now, resurrected by Reason Books, Naked People's renewed availability will place it as an immediate collector's item, appropriate for any serious library. Naked People itself is aphoristic and poetic, but its pleading for a naked and open lifestyle is both continual and undeniable. This new edition includes informative introduction by Dr. Cec Cinder, an authority on Pudor and the author of Nudist Idea. 64 pages, 5 1/2" x 8" (Supply Limited).

Theatre au Naturel: A Collection of Naturist Plays

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Now in one book, read all the famous nudist plays that have entertained and educated the public for years.
“This anthology explores the issues of body acceptance, self-esteem, and people’s initial first experience with non-sexual social nudity” writes Mark Storey. “Sometimes funny, sometimes dark, these plays are more than a peek into naturist environments, they also reveal much about our relations to ourselves and each other.” Mark Storey’s introduction is a well researched document on the history behind each play. Includes several illustrations and photos. 132 pages.

Au Naturel

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The History of Nudism in Canada
Dr. James Woycke spent more than a decade researching the history of Canadian nudism from Newfoundland to Vancouver island, and in the USA. Dr. Woycke, a history professor at the University of Western Ontario, reviewed nearly a century of magazines, records, and correspondence of nudist clubs and organizations. In addition to those thousands of documents, he interviewed dozens of naturists from Canadian and Canadian-American clubs. The result is a fascinating look into the often controversial development of nudism as it challenged Canadian legal and social norms. Several b&w photos illustrate early Canadian nudist parks, their members and leaders. 268 pages.