The Ladies' Home Journal. June 1915. WOMEN'S LIBERATION / FAMILY / FASHION / DOMESTIC.
The Ladies' Home Journal. June 1915.
The Ladies' Home Journal. June 1915.

The Ladies' Home Journal. June 1915.

Ralph, Lester (cover illus).
Philadelphia. Curtis Publishing Co., 06 - 1915.
June 1915 complete issue of the magazine, color pictorial paper wrappers as issued, illustrated throughout in color and black and white, 76 pages, 16 1/4 x 11 1/4 inches. Light toning and soiling to covers, 1/4 inch paper loss to head and tail of spine, 2 inch mailing label and seven tiny pen marks to lower left front cover, soft crease to top right corner of text block, clipping cut from fashion page 71/72, 1/4 of page 39 cut (affecting an Overland ad); interior overall in very good clean condition. Many beautifully illustrated advertisements for clothing and domestic goods (including full page New Summer Aprons color illustration by M.E. Musselman), as well as articles, advice, and fiction. Cover illustration of a handsome young couple with their baby by Lester Ralph. Features include: "Where the Current Has Brought Me: What I, a Woman, May Do Today That Yesterday I Could Not", "Twenty Ways to Use the New Laces", "Bungalows That Other Women Have Built", "The Sleeping Porch..." and many more. Great J.C. Leyendecker color illustration for Kelloggs. Of great interest to historians, costume designers and graphic designers. Item #55981

Price: $45.00