Madame - For Women Who Think. March 1905. The Official Organ of the National Council of Women of the United States. FEMINISM / FASHION / DOMESTIC / MUSIC.

Madame - For Women Who Think. March 1905. The Official Organ of the National Council of Women of the United States.

Fisher, Harrison (cover illus).
Indianapolis, Indiana. The Ford Publishing Company. 03 - 1905.
Vol. 3. No. 6. Vintage magazine complete in pictorial wrappers 13 1/2 x 11 inches, pages 161 to 192 (31 pages) illustrated in black and white with numerous photographs; cover art by Harrison Fisher. Soft creasing to the upper right corner, overall good clean condition. March 1905 issue of this uncommon magazine published by the National Council of Women of the United States which was established in 1888. The serious intent of the publication is perhaps best noted in the Editorial page, where headings are "Woman's Interest in Life Insurance," "Women Who Think Seek the Larger Life," "The Promotion of Moral Growth," "Giving Credit for Worthy Acts," and "Why Women Take Men's Places." Contents include an article by actress Amelia Bingham titled "How Plays Are Staged." Another article on the deceased Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, also "General Lew Wallace - His Last Interview," published two weeks after his death, Sheet Music (four pages) titled The Dance of the Butterflies by Lon Dinsmore, pictures and floor plans for "Four Attractive Suburban Homes." Rear cover advertises Kabo Corsets ("the dip hip corset" for the wasp waist look). Item #55077

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