This "Family Circle Magazine" is dated March 1947. The cover features a girl hugging a large dog. The war was over and housewives were setting up house in the newly created suburbs. Family Circle was on any "good" wife's bedside table. This vintage magazine contains short stories, mid century home decorating ideas, helpful parenting tips and of course fabulous vintage advertisements for everything from Ritz Crackers Maxwell House Coffee.
Content categories with an example of titles Include:
Fiction - All the Other Virtues
Articles - How To Save Your Cat's Nine Lives
All Around The House - Easter Bread Parade
Departments - Teen Scene
This vintage periodical is in good condition. There is some scuffing and light wear on the cover and the cover's edges. The last few pages are a little dog eared on the top corner and there is a bit of evidence of the back's bottom right corner's getting damp though there is no real damage. The pages are clean and the binding is tight. This old magazine measures approximately 11 1/2 inches by 8 1/2 inches and will be shipped First Class Mail unless otherwise requested.
A fabulous look back on our homes and families just after World War 2.
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