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Image for Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, May, 1928 -  Homes of Outstanding American Women - Miss Belle Sherwin, President of the League of Women Voters

Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, May, 1928 - Homes of Outstanding American Women - Miss Belle Sherwin, President of the League of Women Voters

By: Ries, Victor H.; Keyes, Frances Parkinson; Martini, E.A.; Et al

Price: $149.95

Publisher: USA, Meredith: 1928

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 316g2263

Condition: Fair


142 pages. Features: Color ad for Standard plumbing fixtures inside front cover; one-page ad for the New Jersey Zinc Company; Nice two-color ad for P and G naptha soap, No. 15 in series of actual visits to P&G homes; Planting the lily pool; Homes of outstanding American women - Miss Belle Sherwin, President of the League of Women Voters; A Compact Six-Room House; An ugly cottage becomes a charming home; A garden of shade-loving plants; Asparagus and its allies; We grow big mums out-of-doors; Four important accessories - screens, clocks, fabric wall hangings and window shades; Landscaping the ... View more info

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

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

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

Price: $149.95

Publisher: USA, Meredith: 1925

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 316g2258

Condition: Good


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... View more info

Image for Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, September 1924, Vol. 3, No. 1 - William Penn House

Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, September 1924, Vol. 3, No. 1 - William Penn House

By: Sherlock, Chesla C.; Rockwell, G.D.; Hankinson, Hazel; Aust, Franz A.; Butler, E.P.; Harris, M.F.; Robinson, F.A.; Moore, L.P.; Et al

Price: $149.95

Publisher: USA, Meredith: 1924

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 316g2254

Condition: Fair


50 pages. Features: Color Purina Chicken Chow ad inside front cover; One-page photo of old elm tree which has been saved with concrete, chain and iron rods; The House That Was a Barn - article with photos; Fall Planting for Spring Blooms - now is the time to prepare next year's bulb garden - with page of suggested varieties from which to choose; Now is the best time to plant peonies for the best results; Get Your Family Roots into Your Own Soil; Photos of how Shrubs and Flowers Add to Your Home; Homes of Famous Americans - photo-illustrated article on William Penn House, Fairmont Park, Philad... View more info

Image for Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, January 1925 - Gunston Hall, the Home of George Mason

Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, January 1925 - Gunston Hall, the Home of George Mason

By: Thoms, Edith and Herbert; Dunlea, D.; Ware, R.B.; Stanley, H.; Sherlock, Chesla; Peyser, E.R.; Butler, E.P.; Grey, J.L.; Et al

Price: $149.95

Publisher: USA, Meredith: 1925

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 316g2256

Condition: Fair


54 pages. Features: We Build Grandfather's House; Making the most of the backyard; Amateur water gardening; Furnishing the small house; Gunston Hall - The Home of George Mason - article with photos; Firing Your Garbage - brief article with photo of incinerator and incinerator chute; Does your budget budge much?; The charm of decorative iron; Making a small lot productive; A little house of English type; Landscape planning service; Salads ad interest to winter meals; One-page ad for Dodge Brothers cars, featuring their new Coach; My forty years with plants - D.W. Coolidge; Nice one-page ad fo... View more info

Image for The Coevolution Quarterly (Magazine), No. 28, Winter 1980 - The Passing of Gregory Bateson

The Coevolution Quarterly (Magazine), No. 28, Winter 1980 - The Passing of Gregory Bateson

By: Williams, Heathcote; Bateson, Mary Catherine; Burnor, David; et al

Price: $99.95

Publisher: California, USA, Pointer: 1980

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 651h2348

Condition: Good


24 pages. Features: Six Days of Dying (Gregory Bateson); The Gnostic Gospels; The Wishing Bone Cycle; Ed Ricketts; The Foreskin File (graphic article on circumcision); Autologic; Information Detective Stories; Health Hazards from Computer Terminals; and much, much more. Unmarked with moderate wear. Binding intact. A quality vintage copy. View more info