Home Arts Needlecraft Magazine. Vol. XXV. March 1934. No. 7.

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Original publisher's multicolored wrapper with an illustration of an embroidered scene by Georgian Brown Harbeson that shows a shepherd and three of his sheep in the rain as they head toward a sunnier landscape. 10 1/2" x 13 1/4." Thirty-four pages, complete. Many black and white illustrations and advertisements throughout magazine, complete. Inside of front cover has a comic-strip-style advertisements titled "Learns Secret of Mrs. Benton's Snowy Linens" and "Can a Wife Forgive This?" for Rinso soap and Lifebuoy Health Soap, respectively. On the inside of back cover is a multicolored ad for twelve rose varieties. On the back cover is a multicolored ad for Bon Ami Cleansing Powder. 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: "Up and Down Fifth Avenue" by Beverly Forsythe, "Adapted from the Persian" by Christine Ferry and Mildred Mowll, "Pictorial Hymn Samples: Inscribed with Excerpts from Verses Universally Accepted as Expressive of Faith in Divine Protection" by Marie E. Ivins, "Trousseau Linens Take Their Cue from the Crinoline Period" by E. Marion Stevens, "Handmades for Wee Folks," "Birthday Gifts for the Wee Man-Child: Bright as Candles on a Cake and Made in a Magic Minute" by Lydia Brigham and Eveline Desguin Johnson, "Good News for Crocheters: An Individual Tea Service and a Simple Towel Edge," "Food Facts for Home Folks" by Anne Pierce [advice for kitchen decorating and interior design and recipes for Lima Croquettes, Lima Chowder, Fish Dressing, Halibut Baked with Cheese, Molasses Puffed Rice, Black Walnut Taffy, Fluffy Ruffle Candy, and Date Bars], "A Collection of Rare Linens," "New Ideas in Home Decoration"' by Agnes Heisler Barton, "Gailiy We Go Adventuring in a Delightful Old Craft" by Maude S. Phinney, "Answered by the Editor, "The Junior Needlecrafters: An Embroidery Club for Girls" by Constance Evelyn, "Edgings in Cluny Tatting" by Sara Aus, "Spring Is in the Air!", "What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out," "Rowdy: An Attractive Stuftie in Crochet" by Mildred Leetham, "Bulbs to Plant This Spring for Summer Beauty" by F. F. Rockwell, "Pattern Service," and "The Piece Bag" by Amy V. Richards.