Here is the January 1926 issue of Pictorial Review, including ten pages of fashion drawings, an article from Carl Sandburg's series about Abraham Lincoln, "The Unfathomable Lincoln," dueling columns regarding love, freedom and marriage, ads for Fells-Naptha soap, Campbell's Vegetable Soup, and more!
Pictorial Review was a women's magazine published from 1899 until 1939 covering fashion and homemaking and included sewing patterns, articles, and short stories by famous authors of the day.
Measures 10 1/2 by 13 1/2 inches.
In fair condition; covers detached, missing Peggy Pryde paperdoll page. Mailing label to front cover.
An excellent conversation piece, as well as great possibility for framed vintage art or materials for use in your own art projects. Mailing label on front cover, small tear to bottom of spine. A lovely cover image and pages of vintage ads and fashion drawings.
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