Child Life The Children's Own Magazine May 1933 Vol. XII No. V
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p.193-240, paper. These magazines are stuffed with drawings, photographs, stories, poems, contests, games, activities, advice (e.g., "The Well Dressed Child"), and educational topics (history, health, nature, etc.), a shopping page(!), and other material designed to interest young children. This issue has a number of color illustrations (both sides of both covers plus six more pages). Authors include Aileen L. Fisher, Paul T. Gilbert, Edward Wade Devlin; Eunice Tietjens, Helen Hudson, Harriet Bunn, Carleton and Heluiz Washburne, Frederick Reed, Mary Isabel Parker, Marjorie Barrows (words to a song, "Mary Morning," with music by David Gwin"); illustrators include Clarence Biers (front cover), John Dukes McKee, John Gee, D.C.M., Helen Hudson, Mgyst; photographs by Frederick R. Flickinger and Lawrence D. Hiett. There are advertisements for Curtiss Candy (Baby Ruth bars and other candies); Minneapolis Knitting Works "M" garments for children; Cream of Wheat cereal; Wheatena cereal; 10c Pictured Story Books; Bon Ami cleaner; Macmillan; American Seating Company student desks; Lifebuoy Health Soap; Kotex Company (a book for twelve-year-old girls); National Biscuit Company's Shredded Wheat; Crayola; Santa Fe Railway; Klad-ezee "Self-Help" drop-seat pants; Hygia baby bottles; Cuticura ointment; Knox Gelatin; Kraft products; Nazareth children's underwear; Lux soap; Calvert School in Maryland; New Century of Progress Edition of the World Book Encyclopedia; Rand McNally; and Kellogg's Corn Flakes (back cover). Bookseller Inventory # 4BACL533
Title: Child Life The Children's Own Magazine May ...
Publisher: Chicago: Rand NcNally
Publication Date: 1933
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
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