Here are six issues of "Holland's/ the Magazine of the South . . . " Each magazine measures 13 3/4 inches by 10 1/2 inches or 34.4 cm by 26.3 cm. There are several neat ads in each magazine including national brands.The issues include:
May 1948 - Late Spring Gardening. The front has the reader looking through a window to the beautiful outdoors of pink and white flowers and green foliage. CONDITION: There is some creasing at the spine and the mailing label is affixed to the front cover.The last few pages are missing their corner tips, as is the back cover. Overall there is light wear.
July 1948 - The front cover includes a landscape by water. No articles are noted on the front. CONDITION: There is light fading/staining and wrinkling. The mailing label is affixed to the front.
August 1948 - The front cover shows a pretty cowgirl and advertises the article "Fun in the High Country." CONDITION: The back cover has heavy wrinkling and damage at one corner. There is light overall wear with some corner wrinkles on the front cover. The mailing label is affixed to the front cover.
September 1948 - School Issue - The front cover has a beautiful brick building with a rotunda and columns. It looks like UVA to me, but I haven't been able verify it. CONDITION: Very good. There is some water damage and wrinkles at the upper right corner on the front and some wrinkling on the back.
October 1948 - The front cover has a dog that appears to be part spaniel.The articles noted on the cover include "Dogs, Too Have Housing Problems" and "Dudes bring their own girls" a short story. CONDITION:There is some foxing to the cover and light corner wrinkles from reading. The mailing label is affixed to the front.
November 1948 - Autumn in the Garden. The front cover shows brilliantly colored leaves on a maple tree. CONDITION: There is some wrinkling, foxing and staining. The mailing label is partially affixed to the front cover.
Overall, this is a nice lot with neat ads!
Item ID: 1035,37-41J