Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, August 1925 - The Birthplace and Home of Noah Webster, Lexicographer

By: Rider, M.C.; Hill, Hinda League; Sherlock, Chesla

Price: $149.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Fair


50 pages. Features: The joys of collecting and preserving fine old furniture; Quarantine regulations prohibit importation after this year; Homes of famous Americans - The Birthplace and home of Noah Webster - article with photos; Photos of fruit and garden diseases common in August; Hardware as a Civilizer - interesting photo-illustrated article on door and window hardware; Things to watch in buying a home - illustrated article on the 'home heating plant'; 'Twin Gables' illustrated home design; Colorful rooms for children; How to bud your garden roses; Canning summer fruits and vegetables; One-page ad for the Montgomery Ward & Co. catalog; Radishes for Christmas Salad; Nature lore for youthful readers; Better backlot poultry; Half-page General Electric ad features photo of the U.S.S. Maryland, upon which electricity does all the heavy work; Porch comfort year round; Thirst Quenchers that Clink; The life and songs of Stephen Foster; Gay Stitchery for Bathroom and Kitchen; Nice color Kohler ad inside back cover shows boy floating boat in bathtup; Back cover color Congoleum ad. Discoloration to pages 4 and 5 where a news clipping was tucked. Somewhat above-average wear and soiling. Bits of loss to front cover. A worthy copy of this nice vintage issue.

Title: Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, August 1925 - The Birthplace and Home of Noah Webster, Lexicographer

Author: Rider, M.C.; Hill, Hinda League; Sherlock, Chesla

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Back to the Land, Gardening,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Meredith: 1925

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 316g2257

Keywords: Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, August 1925 - The Birthplace and Home of Noah Webster, Lexicographer collecting and preserving fine old furniture; Quarantine regulations prohibit importation after this year; Homes of famous Americans - The Birthplace and home of Noah Webster - article with photos; Photos of fruit and garden diseases common in August; Hardware as a Civilizer - interesting photo-illustrated article on door and window hardware; Things to watch in buying a home - illustrated article on the 'home heating plant'; 'Twin Gables' illustrated home design; Colorful rooms for children; How to bud your garden roses; Canning summer fruits and vegetables; One-page ad for the Montgomery Ward & Co. catalog; Radishes for Christmas Salad; Nature lore for youthful readers; Better backlot poultry; Half-page General Electric ad features photo of the U.S.S. Maryland, upon which electricity does all the heavy work; Porch comfort year round; Thirst Quenchers that Clink; The life and songs of Stephen Foster; Gay Stitchery for Bathroom and Kitchen; Nice color Kohler ad inside back cover shows boy floating boat in bathtup; Back cover color Congoleum Ad,