Galsworthy, Frank (cover illus).
Garden City, NY. Doubleday, Page & Co., 03- 1922.
Vol. XLI No.5. March 1922 single issue of magazine, profusely illustrated in color and black and white, 114pp including many pp of ads, 14 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued. Short tears and light soiling to cover; small library stamp on cover; rubber stamped dates (library loan) on rear cover; spine abraded with paper loss. Numerous illustrated articles, including "The Garden from an Artist’s Standpoint" (color illustrations by Frank Galsworthy; "California Boasts this Dainty Japanese House and Garden" (the Bernheimer residence in Los Angeles); "Permanence on the Estate" by Arthur I. Meigs; "Equipping the Garage" (various garage door options); "Making the Most of Half an Acre"; "The Garden Gate that Charms by Its Simplicity" (sketches in San Diego); "The Care and Restoration of Textiles"; "Essential Tools for the Garden"; and much more. Period advertising in color and black and white with, at the front of the magazine, an emphasis on real estate and dogs. Automotive advertising, including Packard and Stevens-Duryea ($8,900). While the covers show wear, the interior is in overall good condition, with issues noted. Item #49293