Woman's World. The Magazine Of The Town And Country. Vol. LI. No. 8. August, 1935
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Original white wrapper with a color illustrations of a little girl and woman on the beach. 10 1/4 X 13 1/2 inches. 30 pages. Contents in this issue, "The Seventh Eve" by Edna Chandler, "A Dramatic Plea For Sincerity" by Rose Batterham, "How Firm A Foundation, Or What The Careful :Purchaser Should Look For, When Buying Upholstered Furniture" by Mary Eleanor Reese, "Snowshoe Baby" by Wilbur Granberg, "Fashion First For Hot Days", "Paging The Well Dressed Salad" by Lily Haxworth Wallace, "Let's Have A Picnic" by Lily Haxworth Wallace, "Thirsty? Here's How!" by Lily Haxworth Wallace, "Aides To Summer Beauty" by Ellen Rose Dickey, "Lilies! Their Selection And Care" by Maud R. Jacobs and "The Postman's Whistle Page". A small rubber stamp mark is on the upper corner of the front cover with the previous owners name and address. Pages are clean and complete. Binding is tight. Bookseller Inventory # 018499
Title: Woman's World. The Magazine Of The Town And ...
Publisher: Woman's World Publishing Co., Mount Morris, IL
Publication Date: 1935
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Fine
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