The Ladies’ Home Journal – Bridal Issue with Howard Chandler Christy Cover - March 1905
Philadelphia: The Curtis Publishing Company, 1905.
The magazine is complete. 11 by 16 inches; 72 pages. Carefully handled; Expected age-toning ; Modest curl to the corners. Remnants of Address Sticker across 'Home' on the front
+++ Title page is a lovely b/w print from Jessie Wilcox Smith
+++ North Pole Article by Robert E. Peary
+++ Washburn - Crosby CO. Flour Advert on the rear cover
+++ Spiritualism on Ghosts by John Elfreth Watkins
+++ Pages of Bride information with a two-page spread of Luncheon Centerpieces
Lots of beautiful advertisements for ladies' fashion, corsets, cleaning supplies, cooking supplies, etc. Sheet music and poetry pages. Articles on parenting, fashion, homeschooling, cooking, etc.
Very Good. Item #16923
The Ladies' Home Journal was an American magazine last published by the Meredith Corporation. It was first published on February 16, 1883, and eventually became one of the leading women's magazines of the 20th century in the United States.
Howard Chandler Christy: American illustrator (1873-1952). Known for his iconic portraits, patriotic art, and "Christy Girls." His work adorned magazines, posters, and books, leaving a lasting impact on American visual culture.