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Details

Object ID 003911

Object Name Ladies Home Journal

Object Desc February 1953 issue of Ladies Home Journal.

Collection General Collection

Accession # CMY003916

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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 1953

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Status On-Site Collection Storage

Object Keywords periodical,magazine,Ladies Home Journal,homemaker,recipes,fashion,beauty,home decorating,


Title Ladies Home Journal

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Edition February 1953

Description / Abstract February 1953 issue of Ladies Home Journal. Contains: serial novel, stories, special features, general features, fashion and beauty, food and homemaking, architecture and interior design, and poems.

Physical Description Magazine measures 10.75" wide and 13.75" high. Magazine is 160 pages long. Cover features blue background and image of Egypt's Queen Narriman.

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Publisher Curtis Publishing Company

Publisher Details The Ladies' Home Journal arose from a popular double-page supplement in the American magazine Tribune and Farmer titled Women at Home. Women at Home was written by Louisa Knapp Curtis, wife of the magazine's publisher Cyrus H. K. Curtis. After a year it became an independent publication with Knapp as editor for the first six years. Its original name was The Ladies Home Journal and Practical Housekeeper. It rapidly became the leading American magazine of its type, reaching a circulation of more than one million copies in ten years. Edward W. Bok took over the editorship in late 1889 until 1919. Among features he introduced was the popular Ruth Ashmore advice column written by Isabel Mallon. During World War II, it was a particularly favored venue of the government for messages intended for housewives. It is now printed quarterly as a special interest publication.

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Date DEC 3,2015

Summary Good

Assessor Molly Hannan

Notes Cover has some edge wear, creases, and tearing.


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