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Ladies' Home Journal: July 1941
The Curtis Publishing Company, 1941. 124 pages. Special Features: Freedom is Duty; That Freedom Shall Not Perish; If You Ask Me (written by Eleanor Roosevelt); Life Begins with Vitamins; Sunlight Cancer; Uncertain Glory (written by Bette Davis); How America Lives: Meet the Reitzells - Harold and Jean Reitzell; "I Was Going to Get a Divorce"; and Colic. Many articles on domesticity, fashion, decorating, food and homemaking (inc recipes), short stories and poetry. Full page colour vintage print advertising including General Electric, Dole Pineapple Juice, Sunkist Lemons, Kellogg's Corn Flakes w/ Esther Williams. Full page colour print ad for Kool-Aid illustrated by Norman Hall. Short stories illustrated by Roy F. Spreter, and Norman Rockwell. Average wear. Few small openings front cover fore-edge. Small mailing label top centre. A clean copy. Magazine
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