Home Arts Needlecraft Magazine. Vol. XXV, January 1934, No. 5.

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Original publisher's multicolored wrapper with an illustration by Maud Tousey Fangel of a resting child. 10 1/2" x 13 1/4." Twenty-six pages, complete. Many black and white illustrations and advertisements throughout magazine, complete. Inside of front cover has a black and white advertisement for Royal Baking Powder. On inside of back cover is a black and white advertisement for models using cross-stitch (e.g., pillows, tablecloth, napkins and scarves), and on the back cover is a multicolored ad for Listerine. Pages and covers are very clean and intact. Address stamp in upper-left margin of front cover. A monthly magazine featuring sewing projects and ideas, the latest trends of the time, and home and life advice. The following are the articles in this issue: "A Needlework Guild Pageant" by Florence Yoder Wilson, "Crocheted Mats for Informal Occasions" by Flora Deuschle, "The Season's Popular Shirtwaist Dress" by Merle Munn, "Hope-Chest Linens in White and Color" by Christine Ferry and E. Marion Stevens, "Tatted Butterflies: For Varied Decorative Uses" by Edith S. Fuller, "Unusual Bridge-Table Linens Embroidered in Simple Stitchery" designed by Marie E. Ivins, "Needlework Projects to Please Every Taste" by Eveline Johnson and Lydia Brigham, "Answered by the Editor," "Food Facts for Home Folks" by Anne Pierce [recipes for bread rolls, biscuits, Peach or Apricot Dumplings, Cornmeal Pancakes, Compromise Corn Pone, and Dressed-up Cabbage], "A Collection of Gay Posies: For a Sleepy-Time Coverlet" by Jennie Hirsch, "When Children Join the Guild: An Interview with the National Director of the Junior Work of the Needlework Guild of America Telling of the Part Boys and Girls Play in This National Charity" by Florence Yoder Wilson, "The Junior Needlecrafters: An Embroidery Club Girls" by Constance Evelyn, "A Warm Sweater and Cap: For the One-Year-Old," "Matching Your Own Lingerie Is a Fascinating Economy," "What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out," "Pattern Service," and "The Piece Bag" by Amy V. Richards.