Ladies’ Home Journal 1910 – 1919 Issues

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December 1, 1910

The Christmas Ladies’ Home Journal. Fiction, The World’s Famous Modern Pictures, “The Runaway Equator” with illustrations by Peter Newell, “The Moose That Knocked at the Door” by Charles G.D. Roberts and  illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull

Good, insect damage at rear

$50.00

 

January, 1911

Four Women in Hats. The Needle Number, All-Season Hats for Home Milliners, Can a Woman’s Hair be Worn Simply?, How You Can Make the New Scarfs, Making the Household Linen, The Wedding Outfits of Three Girls, The New Linen Neckwear, A Dozen Good Work Aprons, 5 Fashion Pages in Color

Not Available

NA

February, 1911

Three Women Looking Out Window by C. Coles Phillips. How Other Women Live issue (Architecture & Design), A Girl’s Rose Room, When You Build a Little House, What I Did With Three Ugly Rooms (Photographs), The Bungalow From $250 to $2500, What I Did With an Old Farmhouse (Photographs), Homes Other Folks Have Built (Photographs), The Little House Garage (Photographs), several pages with color illustrations

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March 1, 1911

Ladies in Black at Parlor by Harry W. Watrous. What The Actors Would Like To Do, How America Made Rosa Bonheur, How I Made Hands of My Feet, Lettie Lane’s Paper Dolls,  Flossie Fisher’s Funnies, Fashion, Hats

Not Available

NA

April 1, 1911

The Easter Ladies Home Journal. Bird cover by Coles Phillips. Ethel Barrymore’s Little Son, Three Good Houses for Little Money, New neckwear from Italy, New Crochet from India,

Good, internal stain

$50.00

April, 1911

Bride Painted by F. S. Guild. The Bridal Number. Lettie Lane’s Most Beautiful Doll as a Bride, The Greatest Period in a Girl’s Life  (The Trousseau) by Harrison Fisher, When I Was A Girl by Sarah Bernhardt, Fiction, What Does My Hand Tell

Good, split spine, small gouges , small stain

$60.00

September, 1911

Blue-eyed Baby by George de Forest. American Hats for American Women, American Schoolgirl’s Clothes, American College Girl’s Clothes, Fiction, Flossie Fisher’s Funnies, John Martin’s Letter, Practical Home Economics

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Good, edge tears, wear spine fray, back cover torn, pgs 23-24 missing

 

 

February, 1912

Woman in Black on Telephone. My Days with Maude Adams in the Desert, How My Father Wrote His Books by Mamie Dickens, Buenos Aires by Burton Holmes, Playing Tennis with Sarah Bernhardt, American Clothes for American Women (4 color pages drawn by M. E. Musselman), A Boy Scout’s Room by Helen Pettes, For the Valentine Tea and Party

Not Available

NA

August, 1912

Girls in Canoes at Summer Camp by Harrison Fisher. Is the Public School a Failure?, Fiction, How To Serve the Summer Shellfish, The Costume Dress for the Summer Dance (Color Illustrations by Maude Grant-Ford), The Baby’s Patchwork Quilt (Color Illustrations), The New Autumn Sweaters (Color Illustrations),

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September, 1912

Young Couple by Emlen McConnell. Is the Public School a Failure?, The New Housekeeping, How Other Folks Live – When $1500 a Year is More Than Enough, The American School Clothes (4 pages with color illustrations), Street and Classroom Clothes For the Teacher and Older Pupils (4 pages of color illustrations)

Not Available

NA

 

January, 1915

The Christmas Dance by Lester Ralph. A Woman in the Midst of the War by Mrs. St. Clair Stobart, Mary Pickford, The Pavlowana (New Social Dance with illustrations), Lettie Lane Paper Doll by Sheila Young, What You Can Do With Your Old Furniture, My Small City Apartment (Photographs), Egg Testing, Fashions, Kellogg’s Ad by N.C. Wyeth

Good, a few edge tears, small stain

$75.00

 

February, 1916

Woman on Telephone by Orson Lowell. Fiction, Geraldine Farrar, Some Ladies’ Home Journal Houses, The Corpies

Not Available

NA

July, 1916

Marching Band by Orson Lowell. Cooking, Art Prints, The Automobile Picnic, Linen, Mountain or Seashore Home, Paper Doll page

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NA

 

February, 1917

Stork and Herons. Women Who Have Blazed New Trails, My France by Sarah Bernhardt, “I’ll Take Those 50 Million Dollars”, Paperdolls – Betty Bonnet’s Camp-Fire Cousin, Fiction

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March, 1917

Mother and Child. Beautiful Women and Beautiful Gowns, Confessions of a Drunkard, The Popular Step-Saving Bungalow, Fashions, Fiction

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NA

October, 1917

Two Babies. Four Full-page Illustrations by J. L. G. Ferris, A Nurse in a Field Hospital in Belgium, Princess Marie Jose of Belgium, Red Cross

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NA

 

March, 1918

Three of a Kind by F. S. Brunner. The Christ Head by Hofmann, Fiction, Dining with the Hoovers, 

Good, cutout page 69, spine wear

$35.00

April, 1918

Her Souvenir by F. S. Brunner. Full-Page Color Cream of Wheat Ad “”Where The Wheat Goes, Cream of Wheat Goes” by N. C. Wyeth, “Always His” Drawings by Robert L. Dickey, Havoc Wrought by the War, The 18 Girls From Smith College, The Woman Who Polished The Apples by Christopher Morley, War-Winning Girls, War-Winning Women, Luxite Hosiery  and Watkins Mulsified Coconut Oil ads by Coles Phillips, Maxfield Parrish ad for Djer-Kiss

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August, 1918

"On the Seas Once More" (Columbia 1918) by W.J. Aylward. Color WWI art pages, full-page color portrait of Lincoln, Blue-Ribbon Women - Prizes from the War Commission, Food, Fiction

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September, 1918

War Dog (from a Painting by Carton Moorpark). Full-Page Boy Scout Illustration by  F. S. Brunner, Souvenir Pictures of War by Lieutenant Henri Farre, Salvation Army, Fiction

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October, 1918

"The YMCA Girl Over There" by Harold Brett. WWI art pages, full-page "poster" by Ellsworth Young -- "Somebody's Little Girl - Suppose She Was Yours" (being dragged off by a German), fiction, "My Books That You Know" by Kate Douglas Wiggin, another full-page "poster" - "Dear God, Please Keep Father Safe" by Harold Brett, Peggy Perkins Cut-Out Doll, Teco Flour Ad illustrated by Maud Tausey, Luxite Hosiery Ad by Coles Phillips, 152 pages

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November, 1918

“His Thanksgiving” by Harold Brett. Message from Woodrow Wilson, WWI art pages, The Living Liberty Flag of the Great War and Other War Photos, A Little  Flyer in France by William T. Ellis, Stamps to Paste on Back of Letters to Soldiers, My Books That You Know by Kate Douglas Wiggin, Peggy Perkins’ Friend, Margie Martin Cut-Out, Vivaudou’s Mauis ad

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September, 1919

“The Honeymoon Express” by Harold Express. The Town Library as a War Tribute, Fiction, WWI art, What We Two Dogs Did by Albert Payson Terhune and Lillian Gatlin, How I Escaped Through Russia illustrated by Frank E. Schoonover, Going Bombing!, The Ways of a Dog With A Man by Albert Payson Terhune, Vivaudou Mavis ad, Norman Price Jell-o ad, Ralph Barton ad for Bourjois, Fashions, Fabulous ads, 198  pages

Not Available

NA

 

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