Paris Modes: A Woman's Magazine, Vol.14, No.6, Edwardian Era Fashions

Paris Modes: A Woman's Magazine, Vol.14, No.6, Edwardian Era Fashions
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Originally published in September 1909, Paris Modes: A Woman's Magazine (Vol.14, No.6) includes a great number of illustrations and photographs of the Edwardian era fashions, as well as some interesting articles such as how to make your own cosmetics, the care of china and glass, and what to do for the sick baby.

Contents Covered:

  • Cover Design
  • Editorial Notes
  • Frontispiece
  • Our Paris Letter
  • Ladies' Fashions
  • Misses' and Children's Fashions
  • Some Stylish Blouses from Paris
  • The Better Way -- A New Serial
  • Retribution
  • From the Poets
  • The American Girl and Her Education
  • Herbs and Their Virtues -- II
  • Some Strange Occupations for Women
  • Milk and Philanthropy
  • Girl's Summer Camps
  • Bunga Lee -- A Bungalow that Cost $125
  • Newport
  • The Amateur Gardener
  • A Labor-Day Jollification
  • Children's Rebus
  • How to Make Your Own Cosmetics
  • The Care of China and Glass
  • What the Tourist Should Take to Europe
  • A Few Hints about Knives
  • The Skylight Fairy
  • From Our Cookbook
  • What to Do for the Sick Baby
  • The Study
  • Coney Island, the Biggest Playground in the World
  • Newest Embroidery Designs
  • Pineapple Dainties
  • Self-Transferable Embroidery Patterns
  • Patriotic Women of America -- II
  • Our Information Bureau
Format: PDF Digital Reprint, e-Facsimile
No. of Pages: 76
Page Size: A4 (210mm × 297mm)
Download Size: 53.4 MB
Product Code PAR9WLHA75
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