This is the December 1911 issue of "The Delineator", published by Butterick Publishing Company in New York. I love leafing through these vintage magazines, reading the ads, looking at the styles in fashion and home decorating, maybe even trying the recipes and crafts. They are great reference materials for anyone interested in the early 1900s.
There are several beautiful full-page story and fashion illustrations and advertisements, both in color and black-and-white. Single pages from this magazine sell for $15.00 and up!
The title on the bottom of the cover illustration is "The Rock-A-Bye Lady from Hushaby Street" by Eugenie Wireman, illustrating a poem with this title by Eugene Field on page 427. Inside the magazine is another full-page color illustration by artist Sigismund De Ivanowski, plus three smaller ones by Arthur Covey, and a black-and-white full-page engraving by Remington Schuyler.
The magazine contains 104 pages (starting with number 417), and measures 11-1/4 by 16 inches. My photos show examples of some of the contents. There is a one-inch tear which goes through all the pages at the center of the stapled side, a smaller tear through the first few pages on the right side, and one at the bottom of the cover. The interior pages are printed on high-quality paper and are in very good condition, with the exception of the above tear on the left side.
Item ID: 3101a
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