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Magazines: Ladies home Journal (late 1890's, early 1900's)

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The Ladies Home Journal July, 1894, Beecher, Mrs. Henry Ward; Howells, William Dean; Catherwood, Mary Hartwell;
1 Beecher, Mrs. Henry Ward; Howells, William Dean; Catherwood, Mary Hartwell; The Ladies Home Journal July, 1894
Philadelphia Curtis Publishing Company July, 1894 Vol. XI, No. 8 Soft cover Very good condition 
This over-sized magazine is very attractive. I bought a whole box full, all of which are nice. Some are already on here, but I will be happy to look through my inventory for a specific issue from the 1890's to the first 15 years of the 1900's. The magazine measures 11-1/2" x 16" with 33 pages. There's a little bit of toning around the edges of the cover, but the pages are white. In this issue there's lots to read. Here's some examples -- Fiction; a symposium titled "What Constitutes A Good Husband" with six women sharing; a bio on novelist Mary Hartwell Catherwood who was born in Ohio, but wrote French Canadian romances; instructions on embroidering a luncheon set, ecclesiastical embroidery, and crocheting doilies; William Dean Howells on his literary passions; making a suburban home; home furnishings in Paris; vacation days; and the art of wearing white. Really good ads too! 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Ladies Home Journal Magazine December, 1896, Beecher, Mrs. Ward; Harrison,  Benjamin
2 Beecher, Mrs. Ward; Harrison, Benjamin Ladies Home Journal Magazine December, 1896
Philadelphia Curtis Publishing 1896 Vol. XIV, No. 1 soft cover Very good condition 
This is beautiful issue in pristine condition. There is some minor rusting to staples, but it's not eye-catching. It's an oversized magazine measuring 11" x 16-1/2." There's a lot to read including What Christmas Means to Queen Victoria; When Mr. Beecher Sold Slaves in Plymouth Pulpit written by Mrs. Ward Beecher; The Unsocial Club of Women; Versatality in Singing; A People Who Live Amid Romance; The Judicial Deaprtment of the Government by Honorable Benjamin Harrison; and The Garden Party of the Empress. There's also a drawing of Scrooge executed by Charles Dana Gibson, crafts, fashions, poems, gift ideas, and homemade candies. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Ladies' Home Journal June, 1896, Harrison, Benjamin; Stowe, Harriet Beecher; Riley, James Whitcomb
3 Harrison, Benjamin; Stowe, Harriet Beecher; Riley, James Whitcomb Ladies' Home Journal June, 1896
Philadelphia Curtis Publishing Company 1896 Soft cover Very Good condition 
Beautifully kept magazine with a lovely cover touched with color. This is a particularly good issue, as there is an article about Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of the famous novel Uncle Tom's Cabin, in her 85th year. There's also a poem, Cassander, by James Whitcomb Riley and an article by the Honorable Benjamin Harrison titled This Country of Ours -- Pardoning Power and Impeachment. There's a lot to read here and ideas for Egyptian embroidery designs, as well as an article about running a big hotel and more. Great ads too, especially for bicycles, as this was the era when everyone wanted one. Magazine measures 11-1/2" x 16-1/2". 32 pages. Pristine inside and out. SHIPS IN THE U.S. for $2. 
Price: 28.00 USD
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Ladies Home Journal February, 1893 (William Dean Howell), Howell, William Dean
4 Howell, William Dean Ladies Home Journal February, 1893 (William Dean Howell)
Philadelphia, PA 1893 Volume X, No. 3 Soft cover Fine condition 
Beautiful, pristine, magazine with jut a bit of rusting to staples I bought a lot of these at auction and all are in this wonderful condition. I was excited to see a literary brand name that I recognized in this issue too -- that of William Dean Howell, a novelist, playwright and literary critic of his time. In this issue he has the first story which is titled "The Coast of Bohemia." Other stories discuss making Battenburg lace; a Valentine revival with many ideas for celebrating the day; the division of family income; making a skirt; fashion; the new mould crochet; and a New England miracle written by a railroad engineer relating his experience. Magazine measures 11-1/2" x 16-1/2" and has 36 pages.Nice ad for bikes on back cover. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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The Ladies Home Journal Magazine Christmas 1902 (Maxwell Parrish), Seton,Ernest Thompson
5 Seton,Ernest Thompson The Ladies Home Journal Magazine Christmas 1902 (Maxwell Parrish)
Philadelphia Curtis Publishing Company 1902 soft cover Fine Condition 
This oversized magazine (11-1/2" x 16-1/2") is gorgeous and so gently kept it's amazing. The little sticker you see on the front is the mailing label. The magazine is lovely -- and tightly bound with no names or writing. A special Christmas treat inside is a full page black and white artwork titled The Sugar Plum Tree rendered by artist, Maxwell Parrish. There's information on decorating church, house and table; tips on how to have an old-fashioned Christmas; a Christmas story titled The Winnipeg Wolf by the popular Ernest Thompson Seton; songs; book recommendations for Christmas for all ages; fun things for kids; and much more. The ads are especially fun. 56 pages. OVERSEAS ORDERS WELCOME, but due to high postage costs please inquire with items and destination for an exact quote. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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