The Overseas journal has now been published for 103 years and in that time some exceptional cover art has been created to celebrate ROSL. Everything we stand for, the artists and musicians we support, the education and humanitarian projects we fund, our clubhouse, our patrons, our members from all over the world, and the current events that have shaped that world, have all been depicted at one time or another. More than just the bread in which the meat of each issue is contained, the cover of a magazine can act as a powerful statement of who we are and what we stand for. 

To celebrate this longstanding tradition, which can be traced back through ten Overseas editors all the way to founder Sir Evelyn Wrench, and his decision to depict the sailing ship motif on the front of the first edition in 1915, look back through some of the covers over the years below. 

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