Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, April 1927 - Arbor Lodge, The Home of J. Sterling Morton, Founder of Arbor Day


122 pages. Features: Purina Chick Chow color ad inside front cover; Poppies for your garden; Screening casement windows; My Wild Flower Corner; Gardening on a steep hillside; Arbor Lodge - Home of J. Sterling Morton, Founder of Arbor Day; Plant a tree for the baby this year; Prairie Wild Flowers; The heart of the house - the kitchen; Year-round beauty from evergreens; Make the architect a partner when you build; Where our readers live - photos of homes of Ralph Garrison of Kalamazoo, E.L. Venning of Glen Ellyn, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Beat of Portland and Mrs. H.E. Roth of Sheboygan; What to do with the walls and floors; Unit House No 20 is designed for comfort - house plan; Nature lore for youthful readers; Nice one-page ad for Holland Furnaces; Good books for girls; Nice one-page photo-llustrated ad for Simmons mattresses features photo of Mrs. J. Borden Harriman; Have you a room with an inferiority complex?; Is your porch comfortable?; Ponderosa pine ad; The Soup and Salad Garden; Lovely one-page color ad for Sun-Maid raisins; Nice one-page color ad for Dutch Boy White-Lead paint; Tips from Garden Notebooks; A talk on hearts - fourth in a series of articles on present-day health problems; How to cook the tender cuts of meat; For dinner on your afternoon out; Aids to better housekeeping; One-page ad for Hoosier kitchen working centers; Simple bird baths and how to make them; We grow vegetables, by Professor J.A. Huffman of Marion, Indiana; Montgomery Ward catalog ad; Standard plumbing fixture ad; Spray calendar for the home garden; Nice 2/3-page ad for the Maytag aluminum clothes wasther; Clifford Bloom - Musical Missionary - with piano and voice sheet music for his 'A Slight Mistake'; Screening casement windows; The story of the piano - concerning the choice, location and care of this instrument; ad for Yale door hardware; ad for American Face Brick; Vintage 2/3-page ad for Stanley Tools shows man and boy with wooden bench; Great one-page color ad for Johns-Manville asbestos shingles; Recipes; Illustrated needlework article; Nice color Valspar varnish ad inside back cover; Color Congoleum ad on back cover. Average wear and soiling. A sound vintage copy.

Title: Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, April 1927 - Arbor Lodge, The Home of J. Sterling Morton, Founder of Arbor Day

Author: Eaton, F.T.; Oglesby, Smith; Thoms, Craig S.; Fuller, Ethel R.; Myers, Dr. Merrill M.; et al

Illustrator: Whitmore (cover)

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

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Meredith: 1927

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 316g2261

Keywords: Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, April 1927 - Arbor Lodge, The Home of J. Sterling Morton, Founder of Arbor Day Purina Chick Chow color ad inside front cover; Poppies for your garden; Screening casement windows; My Wild Flower Corner; Gardening on a steep hillside; Arbor Lodge - Home of J. Sterling Morton, Founder of Arbor Day; Plant a tree for the baby this year; Prairie Wild Flowers; The heart of the house - the kitchen; Year-round beauty from evergreens; Make the architect a partner when you build; Where our readers live - photos of homes of Ralph Garrison of Kalamazoo, E.L. Venning of Glen Ellyn, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Beat of Portland and Mrs. H.E. Roth of Sheboygan; What to do with the walls and floors; Unit House No 20 is designed for comfort - house plan; Nature lore for youthful readers; Nice one-page ad for Holland Furnaces; Good books for girls; Nice one-page photo-llustrated ad for Simmons mattresses features photo of Mrs. J. Borden Harriman; Have you a room with an inferiority complex?; Is your porch comfortable?; Ponderosa pine ad; The Soup and Salad Garden; Lovely one-page color ad for Sun-Maid raisins; Nice one-page color ad for Dutch Boy White-Lead paint; Tips from Garden Notebooks; A talk on hearts - fourth in a series of articles on present-day health problems; How to cook the tender cuts of meat; For dinner on your afternoon out; Aids to better housekeeping; One-page ad for Hoosier kitchen working centers; Simple bird baths and how to make them; We grow vegetables, by Professor J.A. Huffman of Marion, Indiana; Montgomery Ward catalog ad; Standard plumbing fixture ad; Spray calendar for the home garden; Nice 2/3-page ad for the Maytag aluminum clothes wasther; Clifford Bloom - Musical Missionary - with piano and voice sheet music for his 'A Slight Mistake'; Screening casement windows; The story of the piano - concerning the choice, location and care of this instrument; ad for Yale door hardware; ad for American Face Brick; Vintage 2/3-page ad for Stanley Tools shows man and boy with wooden bench; Great one-page color ad for Johns-Manville asbestos shingles; Recipes; Illustrated needlework article; Nice color Valspar varnish ad inside back cover; Color Congoleum,