American Homes and Gardens Magazine, September (Sept.) 1910, Volume VII, No. 9 - Middle-West House Number / The Country Seat of G.St. L. Abbott, Concord, Massachusetts


Pages 333-372 plus xvi pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: Fences, Walls and Hedges; Homes of Minneapolis - featuring the homes of J.F. Atwood, Esq., L.K. Thompson, Esq., T.E. Cootey, Esq., and Dr. E.C. Pickler; The Handicraftsman - Cabinet Making as a Handicraft; Post-And -Board Fence of Concrete; Decorations and Furnishings for the Home - VII - Built-in Furniture; The Summer Residence of Mr. Charles H. Bond; Eight Low Cost Houses in the Suburbs of Chicago - nice two-page photo spread presenting the homes of Mr. Walter Herrick, Mrs. Charlotte Wyman, Mr. Charles M. Mock, Mr. Whiting T. Lovell, Mr. Bert Wallace, Mr. C.E. Simmons, Mr. A.M. Briggs, and Mr. Edward Middleton; The Danger of the Use of Milk from Tuberculosis Cows; The Country Seat of G.St. L. Abbott, Concord, MA; An American Potter, Her Home and Studio - Mrs. Samuel Robineau; Garden Notes - Bedding with Evergreens; Autumn Work in the Garden; The Hydrangea; L. Wolff Mfg. Co. ad features photo of the Marshall Apartments in Chicago; Nostalgic color back cover ad for Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen features photos of company shops, offices and factories in London and North America; and more. Printed on glossy stock. Complete and unmarked with average wear. Some pages loose but present. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue.

Title: American Homes and Gardens Magazine, September (Sept.) 1910, Volume VII, No. 9 - Middle-West House Number / The Country Seat of G.St. L. Abbott, Concord, Massachusetts

Author: Gaut, H.; Nichols, F.; Griffith, I.; Spears, J.; Kellogg, A.; Northend, M.; Bauskett, F.; Ferree, B.; Et al

Illustrator: Sandberg, Valentine

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Architecture, Gardening,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Munn & Company: 1910

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 201h0851

Keywords: American Homes and Gardens Magazine, September (Sept.) 1910, Volume VII, No. 9 - Middle-West House Number / The Country Seat of G.St. L. Abbott, Concord, Massachusetts Fences, Walls and Hedges; Homes of Minneapolis - featuring the homes of J.F. Atwood, Esq., L.K. Thompson, Esq., T.E. Cootey, Esq., and Dr. E.C. Pickler; The Handicraftsman - Cabinet Making as a Handicraft; Post-And -Board Fence of Concrete; Decorations and Furnishings for the Home - VII - Built-in Furniture; The Summer Residence of Mr. Charles H. Bond; Eight Low Cost Houses in the Suburbs of Chicago - nice two-page photo spread presenting the homes of Mr. Walter Herrick, Mrs. Charlotte Wyman, Mr. Charles M. Mock, Mr. Whiting T. Lovell, Mr. Bert Wallace, Mr. C.E. Simmons, Mr. A.M. Briggs, and Mr. Edward Middleton; The Danger of the Use of Milk from Tuberculosis Cows; The Country Seat of G.St. L. Abbott, Concord, MA; An American Potter, Her Home and Studio - Mrs. Samuel Robineau; Garden Notes - Bedding with Evergreens; Autumn Work in the Garden; The Hydrangea; L. Wolff Mfg. Co. ad features photo of the Marshall Apartments in Chicago; Nostalgic color back cover ad for Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen features photos of company shops, offices and factories in London and North America,