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1 Godey's Lady's Book and Magazine (January through June 1860)
Philadelphia 1860 Hardcover Fine Book 
Contemporary three quarter black leather with gilt lettering. Binding fine and unworn. All plates present. Some occasional foxing / spotting. 6 12 x 9 3/4 inches. 574 pages, plus two double column index leaves at end, complete. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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2 Godey's Lady's Book. 1851-1852
Hardcover Very Good Book 
Original brown half bound with brown leather on spine and corners. Raised bands. 6 1/2 X 9 3/4 inches. 521 pages. Copy has the following plates: 30 black and white, 8 color, 2 green and 4 yellow. Copy has numerous black and white illustrations throughout including music. Foxing throughout copy. Several plates have spots on them. Marbled foredges. Spine has a few cracks, but fully intact. Corners are bumped and worn. No title page. Previous owner wrote in pencil on first page notes regarding plates. Still, a beautiful copy. Pages and plates are fully intact and complete. Binding is tight. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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3 Hamilton Beach Hair Dryer
Hamilton Beach No Binding Fine Book 
Circa 1920's. Original orange wrapper with black lettering and black and white and color illustrations on the front cover. Single sheet folded. Folded copy measures 3 1/2 X 6 1/4, unfolded measures 7 X 6 1/4 inches. Inside copy shows black and white illustrations of women's hair styles, the Hamilton Beach Hair Dryer and a dressing table. Copy also has information on the proper care for your hair. Copy is very clean. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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4 Home Needlework Magazine. Vol. 1 No. 2. April, 1899
Florence, Mass The Florence Publishing Company 1899 Soft cover Fine Book 
Original light lavender wrapper with lavender lettering on the front cover. 5 1/2 X 8 inches. Pages 99-176. Copy contains many black and white photographs and illustrations. Contents in this issue, "The Art of Embroidery" by Candace Wheeler, "Corticelli Decore Crochet", "Crocheting", "Preliminary Steps in Embroidery", "Centerpieces and Doilies" by Amalia Smith, "The Principle of Stitch Direction" by L Barton Wilson, "Drawn Work in Color" by Mrs. Isaac Miller Houck "As Women Will Dress" by Emma M. Hooper", "Photograph Frames", "Baby Book No. 138-3", "A Knitted Shawl". Lightly soiling on the front cover. Pages are clean and complete. Binding is tight. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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5 Home Needlework Magazine. Vol. 1 No. 3. July, 1899
Florence, Mass The Florence Publishing Company 1899 Soft cover Fine Book 
Original pink wrapper with dark pink lettering on the front cover. 5 1/2 X 8 inches. Pages 179-270. Many black and white illustrations and photographs. Articles in this issue, The Story of Some Famous Laces" by Virginia Mitchell, "Renaissance, Battenberg and Irish Lace" by Rebecca Evans, "Corticelli Battenberg Lace" by Mrs. John King Van Rensselaer", "Centerpieces and Doilies", "Vacation Books No. 139" and "Inexpensive Midsummer Gowns" by Emma M. Hooper. Many pattern throughout. Both covers have lightly soiling. Pages are clean and complete. Binding is tight. 
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6 How to Make Up
New York The M. Stein Cosmetic Co. 1926 1st Edition Soft cover Very Good Book 
Original wrapper, 3 1/4 x 6 inches. Make up advice plus illustrated product descriptions. Interesting sections on make up application for Tramp, Negro, Creole, Iriish (male and female), Italian, Old Age, Hebrew, Indian and Moving Picture. 16 pages. 
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7 Original Stereocard Photograph. "282. Piute Squaws and Children, at Reno"
Watkins' Pacific Coast. 26 Mongomery St. opposite Lick House entrance, San Francisco. No Binding Fine Book 
Circa 1875. Original stereocard on orange board. Board dimensions, 7 X 3 1/4 inches, photograph dimensions, 6 1/4 X 3 1/4 inches. Photograph of 2 women and 2 children, 1 is a baby in a cradle board. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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8 Rose Of Canada. The Reverend Pierre Duchaussois. Life Of Mother Marie Rose
Outremont, Montreal Mother House Of The Sisters Of The Holy Names 1934 1st Edition Soft cover Fine Book 
Original light tan wrapper with black and red lettering on the front cover. Black lettering on the spine. 5 1/2 X 9 inches. 309 pages. Copy contains 1 black and white map, 13 small black and white illustrations and 26 black and white photographs. Marie Rose Durocher (1811-1849) was a Canadian Catholic Religious sister, who founded The Sisters Of The Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. She was beatified by the Roman Catholic Church in 1982. This copy tells of her life and the creation of the Sisters Of The Holy Names Of Jesus and Mary. Copy is very clean and complete. Binding is tight. 
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9 Successful Home Dyeing
(Diamond Paints and Dyes) Soft cover Very Good Book 
No date, but circa 1905. What and how to dye and paint. Printed at bottom front cover: "Compliments of P.J. Kelly, Druggist, 841 Broadway, Oakland, Cal." Attractive cover printed in red. Three pages at end for "Paine's Celery Compound" and "Lactated Food" both produced by Wells Richardson Co., Burlington, VT, plus full page advertisement, illustrated, for Lactated Food on back cover. 27 pages, plus covers. 4 3/4 x 6 inches. 
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10 The Modern Priscilla. An Illustrated Journal Devoted To Art Needlework, Fashions, Home Decoration, and Other Household Matters.
Boston, Mass The Priscella Publishing Company 1913 Soft cover Fine Book 
Original white wrapper with a color illustration of a young woman walking a dog on the front cover. 10 1/4 X 14 inches. 74 pages. Contents in this issue, "The Lacy Richelieu Embroidery" by Lilian Barton Wilson, Alter Linens For My Church" by Mrs. Wilson, Copenhagen Cross-Stitch Embroudery" by Mrs. Wilson, "Old Designs in Filer Crochet" by Mrs. Wilson, "Irish Crochet Neckwear", "Filet Embroidery" by Ethelyn J. Morris, Story- "The Kidnapping of Percival" by Anna A. Merriam, "Bags In Tatting and Crochet", Story-"The Little Cherry Table" by Alice Ward Bailey, "Hostess and Guest", "Embroidered Hats and Collars For Children", "Spring Neckwear" , "Table Runners" by M. Alethea Warren, "Embroidered Pillow Slips", "Place Cards ?For St. Patrick's Day" by Agnes M. Choate, "Crocheted lace for Centerpieces" by Gwen Keys, "Crocheted Buckles and Collar Pins" by Mrs. A. O. L. Wertman, "Cross Stitch on berlin Canvas", "Dainty Shades for Lamps and Candles", "Embroidered Parasols", "Mosaic Cross Stitch", "Designs for Dainty Underwear" Doll's Crocheted Suit", "Knot Stitch Embroidery", "Aster Embroidery", "Early Spring Fashions", "Embroidery on New Spring Models", "Corsets, Corset Waists and Brassieres" by Clarice Wile, "For Afternoon Wear", "Embroidered Linens for Summer", "Models for Misses", "What the Juniors are Wearing", "Simplicity the Keynote for Children", "Two Simple Gowns", "Easy for the Home Dressmaker", "Draperies and More Draperies", "Mrs. Woodrow Wilson as a Cakemaker", "Housecleaning on the Installment Plan" by May emery Hall, "The Cost of Food" by Helen Louise Johnson, "Helps for Housekeepers", "the Business Girls Bride-Pies" by Helen Van Derveer, "Ways with Eggs" by Elizabeth L. Gilbert, "Oyster Dishes for Lent" by Margherita O. Osborne, "Pancakes for Shrove Tuesday" by E. G. Mason, "New Fish Dishes" by Fannie Merritt Farmer, "The Home Beautiful-The Dining Room" by Dorothy Verrill, "Some Kitchen Tests for Purity" by R. D. Mock, "Hints for Fireless Cookery" by Natalie Emmons Gray, "Priscilla Juniors", "Mother Problems" by Maude Kent, M.D., "The Doodles" by Florence Minckler Longley, "Practical Reducing and Gaining" by Mrs. C. Elanor Mather, "Keeping Hens" by Edward I. Farrington, "Making the Home Garden Profitable" by Kate V. Saint Maur. Copy is clean and complete. Binding is tight. 
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11 The Modern Priscilla. An Illustrated Journal Devoted To Art Needlework, Fashions, Home Decoration, and Other Household Matters. April, 1913
Boston, Mass The Priscella Publishing Company 1913 Soft cover Fine Book 
Original white wrapper with a color illustration of a man weaving on the front cover. black and red lettering on the front cover. 10 1/4 X 14 inches. 62 pages. Contents in this issue, "A Ceremony Centuries Old" by Elise Ward Morris, "Boudoir Caps, Work Bags and Negligees" by Lilian Barton Wilson, "Embroideries in Dresden Cross Stitch" by Mrs. Wilson, "Punched Work in a Lacy Background" by Mrs. Wilson, "A Beautiful Set of Bedroom Linens" by Mrs. Wilson, Story-"The Little Cherry Table" by Alice Ward Bailey, "Gifts for the Dower Chest" by Alice Crowell Hoffman, "Punched Work for the Bride's Room", "Hostess and Guest Department", "Chamber Linens" by Lois T. Rice, "Waist with Tatted Trimming" by Jessie M. DeWitt, "Jabot in Tatting and Coronation Cord" by Mrs. M. Clarke Nash, "Summer Neckwear", "Embroidered Towels for the Bridge", "Crocheted Accessories", "A Set of Bridal Lingerie", "A Dainty Stenciled Parasol", "Crocheted Finger Coin Purse", "New Designs for Neckwear" by W. A. Dickey, "For The Bride's Trousseau", "The Lazy Flower Embroidery", "Crochet for the Dining Room", "Gowns for the Bridal Party", "Street and Afternoon Costumes", "Summer Dresses for the Trousseau", "Simple Gowns for Bridesmaids", "Bridal Lingerie", "The Home Dressmaker, For the Trousseau", "Luncheon for the Bridesmaids" by Helen Davis, "Learning My Profession", "Helps for Housekeepers", "The Business Girl Bride-Salads" by Helen Van Derveer, "Breakfast with the Fireless" by Natalie Emmons Gray, "Economy with the Casserole" by Mary Shiveley Holmes, "Some Excellent Spring Salads" by Georgette Waters, "Fillings for Cake" by Christina Bee, "Condensed Milk in Cooking" by Helen Van Derveer, "Silver for the Bride" by Sally P. Moses, "The Home Beautiful" by Dorothy Verrill, "Cheese Cookery" by Fannie Merritt Farmer, "Everyday Uses for Crackers" by Helen Mar Thomson, "New Ideas in Gardening" by Clarence Sturgis, "Mother Problems" by Maude Kent M.D., "The Doodles" by Florence Minckler Longley, "Care of the Arms and Hands" by Mrs. C. Eleanor Mather. Pages are clean and complete. Binding is tight. 
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12 The Modern Priscilla. An Illustrated Journal Devoted To Art Needlework, Fashions, Home Decoration, and Other Household Matters. February, 1914
Boston, Mass The Priscella Publishing Company 1914 Soft cover Fine Book 
Original white wrapper with an illustration on an older lady showing a young girl how to do needlework. 10 1/4 X 14 inches. 62 pages. Contents in this issue, "An Unusual Lace Collar" by Anna Wuerel Brown, "Relief and Punched Work" by Lillian E. Davis, "A Beautiful Set of Bedroom Linens" by Lilian Barton Wilson, "New Filet Crochet" by Mrs. F. W. Kettelle, "Billy MOnday-Lace Maker" by Clara Wells, "Eskimo Embroideries for the Living Room", "Basketry and Beads" by Charlotte B. Jordan, "Baby Garments" by Mrs. M. L. Williams, Ostrich Wool Crochet for Children" by Elsa Barsaloux, "Dining Room Linens" by Ethelyn J. Morris, "Story-"Restitution" by Helen Peck, "Hostess and Guest Department" by Marjorie March, 'Frills and Fancies in Neckwear" by Lillian Barton Wilson, "Three Dresser Covers" by Lois T. Rice, "Scarf with Venetian Crochet" by Florence R. Weisskopf, "Bead Pendants" by Mrs. T. E. Spear, "Embroidered Dresser Sets" by helen Bailey and Virginia Sheppard, "Cluny Lace Collar" by Ellen Lawrence, "Doilies with Tatting" by Mrs. R. E. Sword, "Lingerie with Irish Crochet Inserts" by Eliza A. Taylor, "Simple Designs for Painted China" by Elizabeth MacKenzie Roth, "Suggestions for Valentines" by Millie E. Starbuck, Fashion Department: "Looking Forward To Spring", "Late Winter Fashions", "More Tunics and Draperies", "New Waists and Jackets", "Fascinating Dress Accessories", "Crochet and Braid Luncheon Set" by Marion Luther Medley, "Tatting for Neckwear" by Mrs. L.A. Frazier, "A Set of Embroidered Lingerie" by Edmonia B. Johnson, "Embroidered Net Guimpes" by Harriet Webb, "Painted Wooden Fruit Bowl" by Ida A. Woodies, "Finger Purse in Macramé" by Frieda Wilinshi, "Stenciling Combined with Embroidery" by Millie E. Starbuck, "Metal On Lay Decoration" by Nellie M. Pairpoint, "Peasant Embroidery" by Lily Magens-Bunting, "Embroidered Towels" by Louis T. Rice, "Mother's Rainy Day Helper" by Grave W. Ripley, "The Prize Samplers" by Priscilla Juniors and Appliqué Embroidery" by Alice Waddington. Pages are clean and complete. Binding is tight. 
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13 The Modern Priscilla. An Illustrated Journal Devoted To Art Needlework, Fashions, Home Decoration, and Other Household Matters. March 1914
Boston, Mass The Priscella Publishing Company 1914 Soft cover Fine Book 
Original white wrapper with a color illustration of a Greek goddess on the front cover. 10 1/4 X 14 inches. 70 pages. Contents in this issue, "Embroidery Stitches" by Mrs. Archibald H. Christie, "Collar in Tatted Appliqué" by Mrs. M.E. French, "Pompadour Rose Embroidery" by Lilian Barton Wilson, "Crepe Paper Gifts for Easter" by Edith Kingsland, "Chemisettes and Embroidered Blouses" by Lilian Barton Wilson, "Cross Stitch for Babies" by Carol Cox, "Embroidered Net Neckwear" by Ethelyn J. Morris, "Easter Gifts" by Sonja Danfeldt, "Palm Beach Crochet", Story-"Restition" by Helen Peck, "Hostess and Guest Department" by Marjorie March, "Gown with Irish Crochet" by Beatrice Brooks, "Embroidered Towels and Letters for Making", "Embroidered Lingerie" by Sally Pearson Moses, "Colored Centerpieces" by Virginia Sheppard, "Baby's Afghan in Rake Knitting" by Sarah T. Converse, "Coat Collars in Silk Crochet" by Elsa Barsaloux, "Bedspread with Filet" by Leona Herring Stanbury, "Odd Pieces of Decorated China" by Mary Turner Barrows, "A Smart Little Frock" by Lilian Barton wwWilson, "Bedroom Embroideries" by The Art Department, "Embroideries for Little People" by Alethea Warren, "Spring Fashion", "Spring Fancies in Evening Clothes", "Good Taste In Juvenile Fashions", "Stylish House Gowns", "Useful and Attractive Models", "New Spring Lingerie", "For Mother and Child", "Smart Coatee and Tunic Skirt" by Cathleen Cameron, "The Corset the Cause of it all" by Lucille Edwards, "Celebrating the Wooden Wedding" by Helen Van Derveer, "The Cooperative Store" by Grattan McCafferty, "The Milk Problem" by helen Louise Johnson, "Helps for Housekeepers", "out of the Can" by Helen Van Derveer, "Lenten Dishes: by Fannie Merritt Farmer, "Canned Goods Cautions" by Laura Cozer, "The House Beautiful-Vases and Lamps" by Dorothy Verrell, "What Dorothy Learned about Housekeeping, "Club of Domestic Science" by Henrietta D. Grauel, "The Sunday Dinner Problem" by Janette Parsons Baird, "Mother Problems" by Maude Kent M.D., "Mother's Rainy Day Helper" by Grace W. Ripley, "The Home Vegetable Garden" by Ida D. Bennett, "Proper Breathing" by Mrs. C. Eleanore Mather. Pages are clean and complete. Binding is tight. 
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14 The Modern Priscilla. The All-Fancy Work. January 1913
Boston, Mass The Priscella Publishing Company 1913 Soft cover Fine Book 
Original white wrapper with a color illustration showing a young woman painting a vase on the front cover. 10 1/4 X 14 inches. 46 pages. Contents in this issue, "Luncheon Cloth in Mosaic Cross Stitch", "Lace Trimmed Jabots and Rabats" by Lilian Barton Wilson, "The New Embroidered Collars" by Mrs. Wilson, "Centerpiece in Embroidery and irish Crochet" by Mrs. Wilson, "Useful Embroideries for the Baby" by Mrs. Wilson, "Edgings and Insertions in Knitting and Crocheting", Story-"The Best Laid Plans" by Carolyn Wells, "Handsome Knitted Coat Sweaters", "Handsome Embroideries" by Alice Waddington, "Fruit and Flower Garnitures" by W. H. McCuin, "The January Hostess", "Occidental Rugs" by Mrs. Lucy B. Haven-Johnson, "Battenberg Lace for the Table", "Doilies in Punched Work", "Crocheted Millinery", "Painted China Dresser Set", "Stencils for the Nursery" by Josephine Bruce, "The Home Dressmaker", by Alice Maxwell, "Pretty House Dresses", "Stylish Street Costumes", "Attractive Midwinter Models", "Choosing the Table Linen" by Rosamond Lampman, "Choice in Household "Furnishings" by Helen Louis JOhnson, "The School Lunch" by Mrs. Minnie A. Emmons, "Helps for Housekeepers, "Bread Making?" by Helen Van Derveer, "Savory Left-Overs" by Fannie Merritt Farmer, "Mother Problems" by Maude Kent, M.D., "The Doodles" by Florence Minckler Longley, "Growing Plants from Slips" by Clarence Sturgis, "The Home Beautiful" by Dorothy Verrill, "Exercise and its Relation to Health and Beauty" by Mrs. C. Eleanor Mather. Pages are clean and complete. Binding is tight. 
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15 The Mother's Magazine. Vol. XIII. No. 2. February, 1918
New York The George E. Cook Company 1918 Soft cover Fine Book 
Original white wrapper with a color illustration of a young mother with her child on the front cover. 8 X 11 inches. Pages 104-202. Numerous black and white illustrations and photographs. Contents in this issue, "Margaret of Queensbridge" by Allene Wilkes and Tristram Tupper, "Garden Battles Lost and Won" by Hugh Findlay, "The Home-Like Living Room" by Raymond Comstock, "The Liberated Child" by laura Spencer Portor, "Little Lacks and Laxities" Zona Gale, "Home and School", by M.V.O'Shea, "Climbing Roses" by J. Horace McFarland, "Spoiling the Child" by Hildegarde Hawthorne, "The Washington Bureau" by John J. Marrinan, "Obedience in Children" by Edwin Puller, "Efficiency in the Kitchen" by Winnifred S. Fales, "With Paper, Twine and Raffia" N.M. Pairpoint, "The Education of Amanda" by Helen Christine Bennett, "Courtesy in the Home" by Nellie G. Stegall, "The Cattle That Came" by Constance Armfield, "Good Night Prayer" by Elizabeth Atwood, "A Moqui Tale" byWalter A. Putney, "The Home-Made Scrap Book" by Patten Beard, "Community Music" by Peter W. Dykema, "Sunny Side of the Street", "The Cult of Tea" by Churchill Ripley, "Flowers for the Front Yard" by John M Oskison, "Three Attractive Bungalows" by Charles Alma Byers, "Causes of Failure in Maternal Nursing" by Wm. H. Galland, M.D. Keep Young for John's Sake" by Myra Livingstone Redding, "Tested Recipes", "Styles of the Month" by Angelica Schuyler, "Dainty Lingerie for the Springtime" by Catherine Curtis, "Cooking the Carp" by Marion B. Powell, "The Soup Shelf" by Carroll Watson Rankin, "Baby Belongings" by Catherine Curtis, "Housewife's Exchange", "Security Ticket" Contest Prize Awards and "Books for Mothers and Children". Copy is very clean and complete. Binding is tight. 
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16 Transactions of the Twenty-Third Annual Reunion of the Oregon Pioneer Association for 1895 Containing the Annual Address by Hon. William Galloway and the Occasional Address by T. T. Geer with Biographical Sketches and other Matters of Historic Interest
Portland Oregon Geo. H. Himes and Company, Printers 1895 Soft cover Very Good Book 
Original light green wrapper with black lettering. 6 X 9 inches. 113 pages. Articles include, "Women in pioneer times" by Mrs. Robert A. Miller, Oregon City, "Reminiscences of Oregon Pioneers" by Miss. M. S. Barlow, Portland, "Crossing the plains in 1845" by Mrs. Miriam A. Tuller, Glendale, "Crossing the plains in 1852" by Joe H. Sharp, Latham, "Brief sketch of John Sharp" by Joe H. Sharp, Latham, "First mining law in Oregon" Lewiston, Idaho, May 31, 1896, "Captain Lawrence Hall" by Mrs. Lucy J. Bennett, Spokane Wash. Obituaries for Rev. Josiah L. Parrish by H. W. Scott, Editor Oregonian, "Reminiscences of the early settlement of the Willamette Valley" by P. V. Crawford and obituary for Mrs. Martha A. Noltner by Mrs. Belle J. Sellwood, Portland. The article "Women in pioneer times" by Mrs. Robert A. Miller is a good description of the horrors of the trail and what life was life for women and children. The article "Captain Lawrence Hall" by Mrs. Lucy J. Bennett(1832-1895) discusses the Meek cutoff. Top corner of front cover is chipped as it head and tail of spine. Binding is still tight and pages are very clean. 
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17 Woman's World. A Magazine Of The Town and Country. Vol. L. No. 6 June 1934
Mount Morris, IL Woman's World Publishing Co. 1934 Soft cover Fine Book 
Original black wrapper with two small children carrying a lantern on the front cover. 10 1/4 X 13 1/2 inches. 34 pages. Contents in this issue, Fiction- "Homespun" by Leona Dalrymple, "The golden Pool Mystery" by Lola Jean Simpson and Wray Wade Severn, "Even Our Loves" by Jean Francis Webb, Poetry- "Marriage Sonnet" by Elaine V. Emans, "Aspiration" by Ruth Eloise Downing, "Not For Gold" by Gertie Stewart Phillips, "Visitant" by Barbara Young, "New Lines For An Old Song" by Marie Gilchrist, Special Features- "Vacations-And Beauty Care" by Ellen Rose Dickey, "A Small House In English Style" by Edward V. Warren Jr., "A Woman Looks At The Century Of Progress" by Rush C. Butler, Cookery- "Salads At Their Best" byLily Haxworth Wallace, "And Their Dressings" by Lily Haxworth Wallace, "The Bride's First Days In The Kitchen" by Lily Haxworth Wallace, Needlework- "Let's Go Native In Embroidery Designs" by Blanche E. Hyde, "needlework Gifts For June Graduates and Brides", For Children- "Bobinska And The Prince" by Stephen O'Malley, Gardening- "The Magnificent Lotus" by Maud R. Jacobs, Fashion- "Cottons Keep You Cool", Dotted Taffeta Is The Day Time Favorite" and "More Summer Frocks". A small rubber stamp mark with a previous owners name and address is on the lower edge of the back cover. Pages are clean. 
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18 Woman's World. The Magazine Of The Town And Country. Vol. LII. No. 7. July, 1936
Mount Morris, IL Woman's World Publishing Co. 1936 Soft cover Fine Book 
Original white wrapper with a color illustration of a boy and girl sitting on a bench holding dolls. 10 1/4 X 13 1/2 inches. 30 pages. Contents in this issue, "The Will To Win" by Valma Clark, "Black Widow" by Jewell Bothwell Tull, "For Better Or Best" by Vera Clere, "I'm Old Fashioned About Beauty" by William F. French, "The New Pictures Briefly Reviewed" by laura Benham, "Must Tom Be A Success?" by Eleanore Hubbard Garst, "Hill And Valley" by Uncle Jeff, "Pillows In Crochet", "Home Made Jellies" by Lily Haxworth Wallace, "Facts About Insects" by Maud R. Jacobs, "Hot Weather Beverages" by Lily Haxworth Wallace and the Postman's Whistle. A small rubber stamp mark is on the upper corner of the front cover with the previous owners name and address. Pages are clean and complete. Binding is tight. 
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19 Woman's World. The Magazine Of The Country. April, 1934. Vol. L. No. 4
Mount Morris, IL Woman's World Publishing Co. 1934 Soft cover Fine Book 
Original black wrapper with a color illustration of children with umbrellas on the front cover. 10 1/4 X 13 1/2 inches. 35 pages. Many black and white and color illustrations and photographs. Contents in this issue, Fiction: "The Golden Pool Mystery" (beginning a thrilling new serial) by Lola Jean Simpson and Wray Wade Severn, "Wild Plum Blossom" by Nina Purdy, "A Strictly Business Proposition" by H. Ashbrook. Special Features: "Looking Forward", Put On A Mask For Beauty" by Ellen rose Dickey, "A Snug, Well Built House" by E. V. Warren, "Making The Hooked Rug" by T. B. Buchholz, "The Garden's Mean spots" by Maud R. Jacobs, : The Postman's Whistle" (with Will Cuppy's Almanack). Cookery: "For Your Easter Feasting" by Lila Haxworth Wallace, "Fruit With The Main Course" by Lily Haxworth Wallace, "A Good Cup Of Coffee" by Lily Haxworth Wallace. Needlework: "Needlework You ll Want To Do" (crocheting, cross stitch, embroidery, a bag, pillow and a pair of silhouettes), Gift Novelties, Inexpensive And Useful" by Sadie P. Le Sueur. For Children: "Bobinska And The Prince" byStephen O'Malley. Fashions: Crisp White Organdie Touches", "Flattering Frocks In New Prints", "A Good Start For Beginners". A rubber stamp mark with the previous owners name and address is on the edge of the back cover. Pages are clean and complete. Binding is tight. 
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20 Woman's World. The Magazine Of The Country. January, 1934. Vol. L. No. 1
Mount Morris, IL Woman's World Publishing Co. 1934 Soft cover Fine Book 
Original black wrapper with a color illustrations of a young boy skiing on the front cover. 10 1/4 X 13 1/2 inches. 26 pages. Copy contains many black and white photographs and illustrations. Contents in this issue, Fiction: "All For The Best" by Berton Braley, "Branching Roads" by Theodora Du Bois, "Forfeit" by Jewell Bothwell Tull. Special Features: "Looking Forward", "We Must Make Some Money" by Elsie Yale, "Rejuvenate Your Hair" by Ellen Rose Dickey, "Do You Count Sheep?" by Dr. Morris Fishbein, "You Can Grow It From Seed" by Maud R. Jacobs, "A Poem, Petit Point" by Grace Noll Crowell, "A Poem, Washing Day" by Fredrika Borchard, "The Postman's Whistle Page". homemaking: "A New Face For The Kitchen", "The Fat's On The Fire", "New Year's Parties" by Lily Haxworth Wallace. Needlework: "An Assortment Of Unusual Things To Make". Fashions: "Cotton Frocks For Busy Mornings", "Afternoon Modes Easy To Make". A small rubber stamp mark with a previous owners name and address is on the edge of the back cover. Pages are clean and complete. Binding is tight. 
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