Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, January, 1929 - What I Learned From The Gardens of England


76 pages. Features: Nice color ad for Standard plumbing fixtures inside front cover; Plymouth ad for their coupe; The diary of a plain dirt gardener; Nice two-color one-page ad for General Electric refrigerators; Nice color and for P and G soap is #16 in the series of visits to P&G homes; Remodeling a house before building it; What I learned from the gardens of England; An economist views the home - Roger W. Babson; What you buy when you buy - how rugs and carpets are made; Building beauty into highways; Evergreens for the south; Modern lamps lose bows and furbelows; How to make home reading serve a definite purpose; Minimizing garden work; Serving just the right dessert; Sour-Cream cookery comes back; Color enters the bedroom; A home inventory to start the year right; Selecting vegetables for your garden; *Great* one-page two-color ad for the Keith Brothers Nursery of Sawyer, Michigan features their new giant everbearing strawberry, the Keith Mastodon; One-page ad for Burpee's Seeds; Actress Pauline Lord is illustrated in an ad for Smith Brothers cough crops; Nice color ad inside back cover features the Stark Brothers' 95 Golden Delicious apple; and more. Covers loose but present. Above-average wear. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, January, 1929 - What I Learned From The Gardens of England

Author: McBroom, Leland A.; Eaton, F.T.; Babson, Roger W.; Hambidge, Gove; McLoud, N.C.; Robbins, Athena; Babson, Roger W.; et al;

Illustrator: Ross, Jack Manley; Beall, C.C.; Sharkey, Bert

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

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Meredith: 1929

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 316g2264

Keywords: Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, May, 1928 - Homes of Outstanding American Women - Miss Belle Sherwin, President of the League of Women Voters Standard plumbing fixtures inside front cover; Plymouth ad for their coupe; The diary of a plain dirt gardener; Nice two-color one-page ad for General Electric refrigerators; Nice color and for P and G soap is #16 in the series of visits to P&G homes; Remodeling a house before building it; What I learned from the gardens of England; An economist views the home - Roger W. Babson; What you buy when you buy - how rugs and carpets are made; Building beauty into highways; Evergreens for the south; Modern lamps lose bows and furbelows; How to make home reading serve a definite purpose; Minimizing garden work; Serving just the right dessert; Sour-Cream cookery comes back; Color enters the bedroom; A home inventory to start the year right; Selecting vegetables for your garden; *Great* one-page two-color ad for the Keith Brothers Nursery of Sawyer, Michigan features their new giant everbearing strawberry, the Keith Mastodon; One-page ad for Burpee's Seeds; Actress Pauline Lord is illustrated in an ad for Smith Brothers cough crops; Nice color ad inside back cover features the Stark Brothers' 95 Golden Delicious Apple,