Woman's World. The Magazine Of The Country. January, 1934. Vol. L. No. 1

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Book Condition: Fine


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.

Title: Woman's World. The Magazine Of The Country. January, 1934. Vol. L. No. 1

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Categories: Women,

Publisher: Mount Morris, IL, Woman's World Publishing Co.: 1934

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: Fine

Type: Book

Seller ID: 018466

Keywords: Woman's Periodical. Week fifty-three,