Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, December 1925 - Fort Hill, The Home of John C. Calhoun at Clemson, South Carolina


50 pages. Features: Intimate glimpses of our native trees - article with photos; Beautifying the small home grounds; How to carry the home expense; Christmas wreaths of native materials; Homes of Famous Americans, XXXVI - Fort Hill, the home of John C. Calhoun at Clemson, South Carolina - photo-illustrated ad; Hardy wild plants for northern gardens; Winter injuries to trees and shrubs; The lure of early New England dressers; A homelike house of shingles (house plan); Unit house number four is a Dutch colonial - house plan; Holiday gifts for home use; 2/3-page illustrated ad encourages readers to buy western crop land in Canada; American women in the world of music; Cookies for Christmas; How to carve dinner meats; Last minute embroidered gifts for the home lover; Nice color ad inside back cover by the Oak Flooring Bureau; Nice color-illustrated Kohler ad on back cover features illustration of child peeking beneath shower curtain. Average wear and soiling. A worthy copy of this nice vintage issue.

Title: Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, December 1925 - Fort Hill, The Home of John C. Calhoun at Clemson, South Carolina

Author: Rowe, E.F.; Helphenstine R.K. Jr.; Creviston, Harry; Aust, Franz A.; Hankinson, Hazel; Sherlock, Chesla C.; Et al

Illustrator: Simonsen, Leonard A. (cover)

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

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Meredith: 1925

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 316g2258

Keywords: Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, December 1925 - Fort Hill, The Home of John C. Calhoun at Clemson, South Carolina our native trees - article with photos; Beautifying the small home grounds; How to carry the home expense; Christmas wreaths of native materials; Homes of Famous Americans, XXXVI - Fort Hill, the home of John C. Calhoun at Clemson, South Carolina - photo-illustrated ad; Hardy wild plants for northern gardens; Winter injuries to trees and shrubs; The lure of early New England dressers; A homelike house of shingles (house plan); Unit house number four is a Dutch colonial - house plan; Holiday gifts for home use; 2/3-page illustrated ad encourages readers to buy western crop land in Canada; American women in the world of music; Cookies for Christmas; How to carve dinner meats; Last minute embroidered gifts for the home lover; Nice color ad inside back cover by the Oak Flooring Bureau; Nice color-illustrated Kohler ad on back cover features illustration of child peaking beneath shower Curtain,