Title: Woman's World. The Magazine Of The Town And ...
Publisher: Woman's World Publishing Co., Mount Morris, IL
Publication Date: 1934
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Fine
Original black wrapper with a color illustration of three children camping on the front cover. 10 1/4 X 13 1/2 inches. 31 pages. Many black and white and color photographs and illustrations. Contents in this issue, Fiction: "Rufe's Father" by Gertrude Robinson, "Farewell to Females" by Jean Francis Webb, "The Golden Pool Mysteries" by Lola Jean Simpson and Wray Wade Severn. Special Articles: "Looking Forward, "Hay Fever And Asthma" by Nina Simmonds Estill, ScD, "Smile And Show Your Teeth" by Ellen Rose Dickey, "Re-Thinking Education" by Barbara Young, "Luck With House Plants: by Maud R. Jacobs. Cookery: "We Can" by Lily Haxworth Wallace, "Make It With Chocolate" by Lily Haxworth Wallace. Children: "Bobinska and The Prince" by Stephen O'Malley. Fashions: "Fashion Firsts For Autumn", "Glamour For Day And Night", "Charm For Children", "Postman's Whistle (With Almanack) by Will Cuppy. Needlework: "Practical Needlework". A rubber stamp mark of the previous owners name and address is on the edge of the back cover. Light browning on the bottom edge of the back cover. Pages are clean and complete. Binding is tight. Bookseller Inventory # 018461
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