American Homes and Gardens Magazine, July 1910, Volume VII, No. 7 - "Fouracre," The Summer Home of the Late A.J. Cassatt, at Bar Harbor, Maine


Pages 253-292 plus xx pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: The Garden Fountains; Furniture for the Home - Porch Furniture for the Home; A House Built for Mr. J.W. Buhlert, at Wenham MA; The Handicraftsman - An Amateur's Birdhouse; The Art of Fireless Cooking - using a wooden haybox!; What The Motor Vehicle is Doing for the Farmer - article with nostalgic photos; Among the Rhododendrons and the Ferns (photo); Yama-No-Uchi and its Trout - near Napanoch in the Catskills; The Finest Collection of Antique Watches in the World - acquired recently by J.P. Morgan; Some Houses at Meadowdale, Bronxville, NY; Decorations and Furnishings for the Home - V - A Talk on Flower Holders; "Fouracre," The Summer Home of the Late A.J. Cassatt, at Bar Harbor, ME; Timing the Rapidity of the Leading Traveling Bean Shoot; Ornamental Bedding Plants for Hedges; Illustrated ad for the Hotel Seneca in Rochester, NY; Elaborate one-page ad regarding the sale of Darlington, the magnificent country estate of the late George Crocker, in Northern New Jersey; Back page color ad for the Columbia Grafonola, with image of Italian baritone Campanari; and more. Printed on glossy stock. Complete and unmarked with average wear. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue.

Title: American Homes and Gardens Magazine, July 1910, Volume VII, No. 7 - "Fouracre," The Summer Home of the Late A.J. Cassatt, at Bar Harbor, Maine

Author: De Martin, R.; Singleton, E.; Northend, M.; Steven, S.; Bastin, M.; Langford, W.; Ellis, C.; Brassler, C.; Thurston, P.; Et al

Illustrator: Rahming, M.R.

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Gardening, Architecture,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Munn & Company: 1910

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 201h0849

Keywords: American Homes and Gardens Magazine, July 1910, Volume VII, No. 7 - "Fouracre, " The Summer Home of the Late A.J. Cassatt, at Bar Harbor, Maine he Garden Fountains; Furniture for the Home - Porch Furniture for the Home; A House Built for Mr. J.W. Buhlert, at Wenham MA; The Handicraftsman - An Amateur's Birdhouse; The Art of Fireless Cooking - using a wooden haybox!; What The Motor Vehicle is Doing for the Farmer - article with nostalgic photos; Among the Rhododendrons and the Ferns (photo); Yama-No-Uchi and its Trout - near Napanoch in the Catskills; The Finest Collection of Antique Watches in the World - acquired recently by J.P. Morgan; Some Houses at Meadowdale, Bronxville, NY; Decorations and Furnishings for the Home - V - A Talk on Flower Holders; "Fouracre, " The Summer Home of the Late A.J. Cassatt, at Bar Harbor, ME; Timing the Rapidity of the Leading Traveling Bean Shoot; Ornamental Bedding Plants for Hedges; Illustrated ad for the Hotel Seneca in Rochester, NY; Elaborate one-page ad regarding the sale of Darlington, the magnificent country estate of the late George Crocker, in Northern New Jersey; Back page color ad for the Columbia Grafonola, with image of Italian baritone Campanari;,