Delineator Vintage Fashion Magazine from May of 1932 included short stories by Edith Wharton, Coningsby Dawson, H C Bailey and Wallace Irwin and and article entitled "The Traveling Circus", by Mrs Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.
Great illustrated cover by Dynevor Rhys. Delineator magazine was published by the Butterick Pattern Company and contained articles, fiction, home and sewing tips, editorials, and of course, pages of Butterick’s own clothing designs for women, juniors and children.
Vintage advertising includes: – Full page on back cover for Lux Soap – Full page color ad for Lucky Strikes – Full page color ad for Kellog's Corn Flakes – Full page color ad for Swift Armor Bacon and Hams – Full page color ad for Campbell's Soup – Full page color ad for Crisco ....and many more
This vintage magazine is in very good condition with some light scuffing on the cover and an address label at the bottom right corner. The pages are clean and crisp and the staples are strong.