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Object ID 003909

Object Name Woman's Day magazine

Object Desc December 1949 issue of Woman's Day magazine. Cover has image of people walking along snow covered street with a white church in background.

Collection General Collection

Accession # CMY003914

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General Category Printed Material

Category Periodicals

Source David Schmid

Source Category Donation

Accession Date DEC 3,2015

Credit/Acknowledgement David Schmid

Location Room 1, Shelf 17

Object Date 1949

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Status On-Site Collection Storage

Object Keywords Woman's Day,magazine,housekeeping,recipes,home decorating,fashion,beauty,


Title Woman's Day magazine

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Edition December 1949

Description / Abstract December 1949 issue of Woman's Day magazine. Contains articles, fiction, needlework patterns, home decoration advice, fashion and beauty tips, recipes, and advice columns.

Physical Description Magazine measures 8.5" wide and 11.25" high. Cover feature color image of people walking down snow covered street. White church is in center background. Back cover features a color advertisement for Old Dutch Cleanser.

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Publisher Woman's Day

Publisher Details Following the 1936 opening of A&P's first modern supermarket (in Braddock, Pennsylvania), A&P expanded Woman's Day in 1937 through a wholly owned subsidiary, the Stores Publishing Company. Selling for two cents a copy, (33 in 2014) the magazine featured articles on childcare, crafts, food preparation and cooking, home decoration, needlework and health, plus a revival of cartoonist Walter Hoban's Jerry on the Job comic strip in a 1939 Grape-Nuts ad campaign.[2] Sold exclusively in A&P stores, Woman's Day had a circulation of 3,000,000 by 1944. This had reached 4,000,000 by the time A&P sold the magazine to Fawcett Publications in 1958. By 1965, Woman's Day had climbed to a circulation of 6,500,000.

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Date DEC 3,2015

Summary Very Good

Assessor Molly Hannan

Notes Magazine is in overall very good condition, with minimal edge wear. Back cover has some writing in pencil on lower lefthand side.


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