New York. Butterick Publising Co., 01- 1902.
Women's fashion magazine featuring 14 black and white fashion plates and four full color plates. Also included, two full-color fashion plates loose in magazine, each 7 ½ x 5 inches, featuring (gasp-inducing) floral-motif chapeaux. In addition to works of fiction, the Delineator magazine features several non-fiction articles of universal appeal: "Through Egypt and Palestine" (No. 1 Egypt by Ira D. Sankey); "Stories of Authors Loves" (Poe); "A Group of Notable Women" (No. 1 Mrs. Browning at Home); etc. Detached front cover severely damaged with paper loss; rear cover attached but equally damaged. Contents in good clean condition. Ira D. Sankey was an American gospel singer and composer known as the "Sweet Singer of Methodism"; he was closely associated with evangelist Dwight Moody. He likely would have disapproved of the floral-motif hats. Item #54813