Framingham, Mass. Dennison Manufacturing Co., 1928.
Volume II. Number 2. March - April, 1928, issue of magazine, black and white illustrations and ads, 36pp, 10 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches, color pictorial wrappers as issued (softbound). Covers lightly worn with ink notation to lower right corner of front and soiling to back cover; interior in good, clean condition. A magazine that provides party ideas for March-April 1928 (A "Superstition Party", a "Bunny Party," etc.) and features advertising from party-appropriate manufacturers (Atwater Kent Radio, Fostoria Glassware, etc.) This issue includes the article "My Most Successful Party," by film star Mary Astor. Also included, an article outlining "some simple rules" that will make readers "desirable bridge party guests" and another article providing instructions ("fasten pieces of wire about six inches long to about a dozen small bags of tea" etc.) for making crepe-paper-intensive party favors intended to "give charm and atmosphere to your party." Dennison's, in 1928 located in Framingham, MA, is described on their the website as a "paper products manufacturer" dealing in items "ranging from paper tags, crepe paper, gummed paper labels, to sealing wax, toys, books, and games." Item #45127