Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, October 1926 - Lockerbie Street - the Home of James Whitcomb Riley


100 pages. Features: Possibilities for planting wall gardens - rock walls; Showing civic pride with trees; The proper way to remove branches - photo-illustrated article on pruning trees; The third season in my garden; How shingles help in remodeling; Homes of famous Americans - part XLVI - Lockerbie Street, the home of James Whitcomb Riley; Let's have a fireplace; Nice one-page Johnson's Polishing Was ad features illustration of mother and child waxing floor; Preparing for your garden next year; Nice one-page color ad for Johns-Manville asbestos shingles features illustration of castle under attack; Nice one-page color Congoleum ad; Reader's letters; How proper insulation will help improve the home; Nice one-page ad for the Louisiana Red Cypress Bureau features the birth of New Orleans; A garden for a playmate; Nice one-page ad for 'Say it With Flowers' features George Washington and his mother; Poet Lew Sarrett's prescription for a tired world - with photo of Sarrett; Nice 2/3-page ad for True Temper yard tools; Nice vintage 2/3-page ad for Stanley Tools shows man installing bookrack; Nice 2/3-page ad for Yale door lock hardware; Poultry - a profitable hobby; Nice one-page Montgomery Ward & Co ad for their catalog; Nice 2/3-page ad for Sargent locks and hardware; Budgets for couples; Charming 2/3-page ad for the Wurlitzer Studio Grand piano; Beware of fake music publishers; Building healthy bodies - trees in the yard allow kids to exercise; One-page illustrated ad for the Kalamazoo Stove company; Attractive color ad for Sun-Maid raisins inside back cover; Soiled color ad for Mohawk Rugs on back cover. Above-average wear and soiling. Nibbling to upper corners. Covers detached but present. A worthy copy of this nice vintage issue.

Title: Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, October 1926 - Lockerbie Street - the Home of James Whitcomb Riley

Author: Lemmon, Mrs. Robert S.; Wilcox, Uthai Vincent; Kains, M.G.; Martini, E.A.; Sherlock, Chesla C.; Et al

Illustrator: Oude, Marguerite (page 46)

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

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Meredith: 1926

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 316g2259

Keywords: Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, October 1926 - Lockerbie Street - the Home of James Whitcomb Riley wall gardens - rock walls; Showing civic pride with trees; The proper way to remove branches - photo-illustrated article on pruning trees; The third season in my garden; How shingles help in remodeling; Homes of famous Americans - part XLVI - Lockerbie Street, the home of James Whitcomb Riley; Let's have a fireplace; Nice one-page Johnson's Polishing Was ad features illustration of mother and child waxing floor; Preparing for your garden next year; Nice one-page color ad for Johns-Manville asbestos shingles features illustration of castle under attack; Nice one-page color Congoleum ad; Reader's letters; How proper insulation will help improve the home; Nice one-page ad for the Louisiana Red Cypress Bureau features the birth of New Orleans; A garden for a playmate; Nice one-page ad for 'Say it With Flowers' features George Washington and his mother; Poet Lew Sarrett's prescription for a tired world - with photo of Sarrett; Nice 2/3-page ad for True Temper yard tools; Nice vintage 2/3-page ad for Stanley Tools shows man installing bookrack; Nice 2/3-page ad for Yale door lock hardware; Poultry - a profitable hobby; Nice one-page Montgomery Ward & Co ad for their catalog; Nice 2/3-page ad for Sargent locks and hardware; Budgets for couples; Charming 2/3-page ad for the Wurlitzer Studio Grand piano; Beware of fake music publishers; Building healthy bodies - trees in the yard allow kids to exercise; One-page illustrated ad for the Kalamazoo Stove company; Attractive color ad for Sun-Maid raisins inside back cover; Soiled color ad for Mohawk Rugs,