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Item # 674740

August 01, 1911

THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, Philadelphia, August, 1911  The front cover shows a full page illustration of swans, painted by C. Coles Phillips, an artist know for his use of negative space. Although there is some dirt around the front cover edges, it is still very displayable.  The inside pages have several colored illustrations and articles including: "Curing Sick People Without Medicine" , "Flossie Fisher's Funnies", "New Patch Work Cushions" and "A Thousand Flowers for a Girl's Room". 
The back of this issue has a painting done for Cream of Wheat by American artist Fletcher C. Ransom titled: "COUNTRY LIFE IN AMERICA". Additionally, the inside pages contain more vintage ads including, Goldmedal Flour, Atlas E-Z Seal Jar and .
Complete in 54 pages. This issue has foxing around the edges on the front and back pages. See photos for detailed condition.

Category: The 20th Century