Hutt, Henry (cover).
Philadelphia. Curtis Publishing Co., 03 - 1912.
March 1912 complete issue of the magazine, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued, illustrated throughout in black and white, 92 pages, 16 1/4 x 11 1/4 inches. Fair copy only: multiple tears to spine and cover edges, light soiling to covers, small mailing label on front cover, slight discoloration from water damage on far right edge of interior pages, small tears to first sixteen pages, one advertisement cut out from page 91/92. Interior still clear and readable. Many beautifully illustrated advertisements for clothing and domestic goods, as well as articles, advice, and fiction. Humorous cover illustration of a crying baby by Henry Hutt. Features include: "What I Went Through as a Divorced Woman", "What has the College Done for Girls?", a journey through the Andes by travelogue writer Burton Holmes, a piece on Charles Dickens by his daughter, several short stories, and much more. Of great interest to historians, costume designers and graphic designers. Item #55049