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American Homes and Gardens Magazine, November (Nov.) 1909, Volume VI, No. 11 - "Villa al Mare," The Country Home of George Lee, Esq., At Beverly Farms, Massachusetts, Ferree, B.; Shelton, L.; Wheeler, M.; Nichols, F.; Priestman, M.; Gade, J.; Bastin, S.; Et al

Author    Ferree, B.; Shelton, L.; Wheeler, M.; Nichols, F.; Priestman, M.; Gade, J.; Bastin, S.; Et al

Title   American Homes and Gardens Magazine, November (Nov.) 1909, Volume VI, No. 11 - "Villa al Mare," The Country Home of George Lee, Esq., At Beverly Farms, Massachusetts

   Paperback

Condition   Good

   Magazine

   First Edition

Size   Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Publisher   New York Munn & Company 1909

    B00KLMVE3O

Illustrator   Towles, Beverly

Seller ID   201h0847

Pages 413-452 plus xxiv pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: The Garden Competition and its Prizes; Notable American Homes - "Villa al Mare," the Country Home of george Lee, Esq., at Beverly Farms, MA; The Garden at Hamilton House; Concrete Ornaments for the Garden and How to Make Them - III - a Concrete Pedestal; The House of J.H. Hammond, Esq., at Wynnewood, PA; A Group of Modern Houses at Nutley, NJ, Costing from $1,000 to $5,000; Bedroom Window-Curtaining; The Beauty and Economy of Stucco; A Farming Experiment by Women at Thatcham, England - photo-illustrated article on the use of Bell glasses, straw mats, and more; Four California Bungalows; The American Shetland Pony; "Pine Haven," The Summer Home of Thomas B. Van Buren, Esq., at Kennebunkport, ME; Nice back cover photo-ad for The "30" Locomobile car, shown driving through an ornate gate; and more. Printed on glossy stock. Complete and unmarked with average wear. Covers and some pages loose but all present. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue.

American  Homes  And  Gardens  Magazine,  November  (Nov.)  1909,  Volume  VI,  No.  11  -  "Villa  Al  Mare,"  The  Country  Home  Of  George  Lee,  Esq.,  At  Beverly  Farms,  Massachusetts    Garden  Competition  And  Its  Prizes;  Notable  American  Homes  -  "Villa  Al  Mare,"  The  Country  Home  Of  George  Lee,  Esq.,  At  Beverly  Farms,  MA;  The  Garden  At  Hamilton  House;  Concrete  Ornaments  For  The  Garden  And  How  To  Make  Them  -  III  -  A  Concrete  Pedestal;  The  House  Of  J.H.  Hammond,  Esq.,  At  Wynnewood,  PA;  A  Group  Of  Modern  Houses  At  Nutley,  NJ,  Costing  From  $1,000  To  $5,000;  Bedroom  Window-Curtaining;  The  Beauty  And  Economy  Of  Stucco;  A  Farming  Experiment  By  Women  At  Thatcham,  England  -  Photo-illustrated  Article  On  The  Use  Of  Bell  Glasses,  Straw  Mats,  And  More;  Four  California  Bungalows;  The  American  Shetland  Pony;  "Pine  Haven,"  The  Summer  Home  Of  Thomas  B.  Van  Buren,  Esq.,  At  Kennebunkport,  ME;  Nice  Back  Cover  Photo-ad  For  The  "30"  Locomobile  Car 

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