The Ladies' Home Journal. August 1915. JANE ADDAMS / FASHION / DOMESTIC.
The Ladies' Home Journal. August 1915.
The Ladies' Home Journal. August 1915.
The Ladies' Home Journal. August 1915.
The Ladies' Home Journal. August 1915.

The Ladies' Home Journal. August 1915.

Wilcox Smith, Jessie (cover illus).
Philadelphia. Curtis Publishing Co., 08 - 1915.
August 1915 complete issue of the magazine, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued, illustrated throughout in color and black and white, 56 pages, 16 1/4 x 11 1/4 inches. Light toning and soiling to covers, slight upward curve to left edge, tear to spine extending 1 1/4 inch on each side, tiny ink insciption and 2 inch mailing label to front cover, soft crease and puncture to upper right corner throughout text block; interior in good clean condition overall. Many beautifully illustrated advertisements for clothing and domestic goods, as well as articles, advice, and fiction. Cover illustration of two sleepy children in a hammock by Jessie Willcox Smith. Features include: "Costumes for the Summer Fete", illustrated by M. T. and T. M. Bevans; "How Clothes Really Came to Be - And How it Happened That Men, and Not Women, First Wore Them"; "As I See Women", an interview with pioneering social activist and women's suffrage worker Jane Addams; and much more. Color ad by Guernsey Moore for Willys Knight autos. Of great interest to historians, costume designers and graphic designers. Item #55979

Price: $45.00