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Woman's World. The Magazine Of The Country. March, 1934. Vol. L. No. 3

Published by Woman's World Publishing Co., Mount Morris, IL, 1934
Condition: Fine Soft cover
From Barry Cassidy Rare Books (Sacramento, CA, U.S.A.)

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Original black wrapper with a color illustration of a young girl and flowers on the front cover. 10 1/4 X 13 1/2. 34 pages. Many black and white and color illustrations and photographs. Contents in this issue, Fiction: "Lonesome Lake" by Leona Dalrymple, "The Doll" by Rose Batterham, "Forfeit" by Jewell Bothwell Tull (the last installment in the series). Special Features: "Looking Forward" (world events), "Be Sane About Tuberculosis" by Nina Simmonds Estill, "Can The Modern Woman Be A Good Mother?" by Kitty Owen Meeker, "Beauty Baths" by Ellen rose Dickey, "A New Patriotic Quilt" by C. Jane Howland, "The Stately Iris: by Maud R. Jacobs, "The Postman's Whistle Page" (Almanac) by Will Cuppy. Homemaking: Meatless Cooking In Lent" by Lily Haxworth, "Let Them Eat Pie" by Lily Haxworth Wallace, "Season Well But Wisely" Lily Haxworth Wallace, "The Stuff that Sleep Is Made Of" by Blanche E. Hyde. Needlework: Dainty Needlework On Little Garments" by Sadie P. Le Sueur, "Why Not Make This Afghan" by Sarah Barnes. Children: "Bobinska And The Prince" by Stephen O'Malley (beginning a new serial for children). Fashions: "A Contrasting Gilet", "New Spring Fashions". 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. Bookseller Inventory # 018462

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Title: Woman's World. The Magazine Of The Country. ...

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

Publication Date: 1934

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Fine

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