The Irish newspaper The Irish Examiner ran a front-page feature on the birth of Nylon in 1914, highlighting the magazine’s history and the men behind its creation.
The magazine was designed by John D’Albany in Dublin and first launched in 1914.
He had been working as a photographer and illustrator for the New York Herald Tribune at the time.
He used Nylon to take photos of the Irish people during the First World War, and the magazine was launched to help the nation get home safely after the war.
In the mid-1940s, John Daley, then a magazine editor at the Times, commissioned the design of the magazine for its home page.
Daley had been in the process of redesigning the front page of The Irish Magazine for a couple of years when he decided to try the new design.
He then began designing the back cover for The Irish Daily Mirror.
The first edition was printed in December 1941 and went on sale in January 1942.
The cover for the first issue of Nylons first issue was published on 1 March 1942, and it was followed by four issues of the publication.
The back cover, however, was never printed and was instead sold at auction for the sum of £3,800.
The issue of The Times also sold for £3.00 and the issue of the Mirror for £2.50.
The magazines first issue had two covers, the front and back, with a different colour.
The front cover featured the words ‘Life Magazine’ and the back contained the words: ‘Nylon Magazine’.
The first issue has two covers: the front (front) and the second (back).
Source The Irish Sun article Nylon Magazine, circa 1941.
Nylon magazines first edition.
source The Dublin Independent article Life magazine, circa 1942.
Life magazine first issue.
Source The Dublin Post article Nylon magazine, 1941.
Nylon magazines front and rear covers.
Source John Dyer article The New York Times article Life Magazine, first issue, November 1941.
Life Magazine first issue back cover.
Source the Irish Times article The Independent article The Times, first edition, November 1942.
The front cover for Life Magazine.
Source Irish Examiner article The Sunday Independent, first, November 1940.
The Irish Examiner first issue first issue and back cover (left to right).
Source The Irish Observer article Life, first and back issue, April 1942.
Life magazine, first front cover.
Source The Sunday Times article Irish Daily Telegraph, first print issue, March 1942.
Irish Daily Telegraph front cover, March 1940.
The Times first issue front cover and back (left and right).
Irish Examiner, first press issue, October 1940.
Irish Examiner first press cover (top left).
The Sunday Irish, first printed issue, September 1942.
A number of publications were created with Nylon by Daley and his wife, Elizabeth.
These included the Daily Telegraph (1942), The Irish Post (1944), The Sunday Herald (1943), The Times (1941) and The Sunday Post (March 1942).
The first print issues of NOLTS first issue were published on March 1, 1942.
NOLTs first issue went on general sale on the same day as the first issues of The Guardian and The Times.
The magazine was subsequently re-printed and re-released on March 2, 1942 as The Irish Independent, which went on special sale in the same year.
It is believed that The Irish Herald Tribune, the oldest newspaper in Ireland, printed Nylon issues one and two, which were published simultaneously with the first print.
The issue of Life Magazine was printed on March 10, 1942 and the first and second print issues went on the general sale the following day.
The Sunday Independent issue went in special sale on February 10, 1943.
The next issue of LIFE magazine was published March 13, 1943, and was subsequently issued by The Irish Mirror.
The Sunday Mirror first issue also went on regular sale on March 13.
Nylons last issue, the Sunday Independent on April 22, 1943 had a special edition of issue six of the Life magazine.
The newspaper also issued two editions of the Dublin Independent on March 24, 1943 and June 3, 1943: the first edition which ran for three months and the subsequent edition which was printed twice.
The second edition of the Sunday Times was published May 17, 1943 on a special print run, and then a new edition, the first of which was released on May 20, 1943 (this edition also ran for one month).
The second issue of Ireland’s oldest newspaper, The Sunday Guardian on May 26, 1943 also ran in special edition, which ran in print for four months.
The Independent, the newspaper of the Daily Mail, first published on May 27, 1943 for one year.
The following year, the Independent published its first issue on June 3.
The final issue of Irish Independent was printed by the Daily Mirror on June 5, 1943 with