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The Delineator--June 1915, The Delineator
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Woman's Home Companion - May, 1913, Woman's Home Companion
Woman's Home Companion - May, 1913

McCall's - April 1923, McCall's
McCall's - April 1923

Vogue- September 15, 1962, Vogue Magazine
Vogue- September 15, 1962

Ambiance- March, 1978, Miller, Jessica (editor)
Ambiance- March, 1978

Fashion Service -Woman's Institute Magazine-May, 1931, MacFarlane, Laura (editor)
Fashion Service -Woman's Institute Magazine-May, 1931

 

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Delineator-February 1931, Delineator
1 Delineator Delineator-February 1931
New York The Butterick Company 1931 Soft Cover Good 
Delineator. February 1931. Vol. 118, No. 2. Contents include Fiction-Bands Playing by I.A.R. Wylie; The World is Mine by Margaret Craven; Mothers of Men by Gordon Morris; The Love of Julie Borel (Part VII) by Kathleen Norris; Forgotten Island (Part IV) by Arthur O. Friel; The Little Man of Bon Dieu by Maryse Rutledge. Verse- A Sonnet by Edna St. Vincent Millay; The Pine by Bliss Carman. Fashions-The Drop-Shoulder Line is Very Young; At Your Feet; New Spring Cottons. A few pages have a section removed. Staples are rusty and cover has some tears and staining. See our other listings for more issues of this magazine. 
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Delineator-November 1930, Delineator
2 Delineator Delineator-November 1930
New York The Butterick Company 1930 Soft Cover Good 
Delineator. November 1930. Vol. 117, No. 5. Contents include Fiction-Forgotten Island by Arthur O. Friel; Triangle by Sarah Addington; Crusader by James Frances Dwyer; The Love of Julie Borel (Part IV) by Kathleen Norris; Mrs. Herbert's Notion by Elisabeth Sanxay Holding; The Trembling Flame (Conclusion) by Louis Joseph Vance; The Grotto by Valma Clark. Verse-Lullaby by Bert Cooksley. Fashions-Simple in Line; Seven New Fashions That Were Launched in Paris; Frocks Button. Staples are rusty and cover has some tears. See our other listings for more issues of this magazine. 
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Delineator-September 1930, Delineator
3 Delineator Delineator-September 1930
New York The Butterick Company 1930 Soft Cover Good 
Delineator. September 1930. Vol.117, No. 3. Contents include Verse-The Cardinal by Vaughan Reinking. Fiction- Witch Woman by Sir Philip Gibbs; The Love of Julie Borel (Part II) by Kathleen Norris; The Dream Machine by Dixie Willson; Little Big Sisters by Howard Brubaker; Sombrero by Anna Brand; The Trembling Flame (Part V) by Louis Joseph Vance; Minnie by Peggy Bacon. Fashions-Paris is Wearing Hats of Dress Fabric; The Best Dressed Girl in College; Winter Ensembles; Tweeds for Stadium and Polo Field. Spine is worn and staples are rusty. See our other listings for more issues of this magazine. 
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Fashion Service -Woman's Institute Magazine- December, 1930, MacFarlane, Laura (editor)
4 MacFarlane, Laura (editor) Fashion Service -Woman's Institute Magazine- December, 1930
Scranton, PA Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences 1930 Soft Cover Good 
Fashion Service Magazine- December, 1930. Volume XI, Number 12. Cover design by Alice Seipp. Contents include: Chic Modes for Midwinter by Alice Seipp; Tricornes in Smart New Versions by Mary Mahon; Gift Boxes and Wrappings by Clarice Carpenter; Decorating at Yuletide by Margaret Murrin; Fashion Favors Slenderizing Lines; Dress-Up Frocks for the Teens; Magic Gifts for Boudoir Wear; Gifts with the Charm of Hand-Work; Gifts to Make Folks Lovelier by Barbara Ellison; Candies to Make for Christmas by Mary Gilgallon; Easy Lessons in Dressmaking; Just Among Ourselves by Alice M. Stone. Cover is detached and there is a long crease down the middle. See our other listings for more issues of this magazine. 
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Fashion Service -Woman's Institute Magazine- November, 1930, MacFarlane, Laura (editor)
5 MacFarlane, Laura (editor) Fashion Service -Woman's Institute Magazine- November, 1930
Scranton, PA Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences 1930 Soft Cover Good 
Fashion Service -Woman's Institute Magazine- November, 1930. Volume XI, Number 11. Cover illustration by Alice Seipp. Contents include: Evening Modes from Parisian Designers by Alice Seipp; Hats and Bags for all Occasions by Mary Mahon; Making a Beautiful Lace Frock by Margaret Murrin; Chic Frocks of Modish Fabrics; Lovely Gifts for the Boudoir; Fashionable Wintertime Modes; Gifts for a Well-Beloved Child; Hand-Made Gifts for Home Lovers by Clarice Carpenter; Easy Lessons in Dressmaking; Holiday Cakes and Puddings by Mary Gilgallon; Gifts from Our Shopping Service. There are tears along the edges and the spine is separating. See our other listings for more issues of this magazine. 
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Fashion Service -Woman's Institute Magazine-May, 1931, MacFarlane, Laura (editor)
6 MacFarlane, Laura (editor) Fashion Service -Woman's Institute Magazine-May, 1931
Scranton, PA Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences 1931 Soft Cover Good 
Fashion Service Magazine- May, 1931. Volume XII, Number 5. Cover design by Alice Seipp. Contents include: Straw Hats of the Casual Type by Mary Mahon; Lovely Frocks for Starlit Nights; Magic Evening Wraps; Chic Fashions for Out-of-Doors; Little Brother and Sister Outfits by Margaret Murrin; Hand-Work on Children's Clothes; Fabrics Lead the Way to Chic; Cotton Ranks High; Feeding the Children of the Family by Mary Gilgallon; Gifts for Youthful Friends by Clarice Carpenter; Easy Lessons in Dressmaking. There is a one-inch tear at the bottom of the magazine that goes through all the pages. The front cover has been repaired with tape. There is also a tear in the middle of the front cover and a section missing on the lower corner of the back cover. There is a long mailing crease through all the pages. See our other listings for more issues of this magazine. 
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Harper's Bazaar- August, 1978, Mazzola, Anthony T. (editor)
7 Mazzola, Anthony T. (editor) Harper's Bazaar- August, 1978
New York The Hearst Corp 1978 Soft Cover Good 
Harper's Bazaar- August, 1978. 111th Year, Number 3201. Cover photo is of Christina Ferrare. Contents include: The BazaarThing: Trailblazers Great New Accessories With The Wild West Spirit; The Fall Newsmakers: Top Looks From The New York Collections Geoffrey Beene, Ralph Lauren, Bill Blass, Mary McFadden, Calvin Klein, Halston, Oscar de la Renta; Women on the Job: The New Look of Success; Big City Sportswear: Narrower Skirts, Suedes, The New Coats, Country/Classic Sweatering; Models Who Switched Careers: Elaine Learson, Serena Rhinelander, Sunny Griffin; Your 5-Day Wardrobe Under $150: Everything Works! The Classic Sweater & Pants, The Easy Office Look, New Way To Be In A T-Shirt; The Mood Changers: Fall Accessories In The New Deep Neutrals, Quilted Suede & Knit Gloves, Wool & Challis Scarves, Boots, The Muffler; Snap-Dazzle Evenings: Jaclyn Smith In The New Star Dressing, Halston's Sequins, The Bolt Of Color, Fringed Chenille, PM Sweatering; Suddenly, Great Fall Sweaters: Chenille, Blousons, Reversible Jacket, Coverings; Stretch & Sew: Soft Takes To Make Yourself; Accidental Drug Addiction Best Beauty Bets; BeautyBazaar; BeautyBazaar: The 30-Minute Makeover; Bazaar's Guide To Healthy Skin; New Superskin Diet by Carol A. Pearce; Bazaar's Eye-View: Visual Fitness For Better Eyesight by Mark Fuerst, How To Avoid Eyestrain On The Job, Sportsvision: The Eyesavers by Elaine Budd; How To Buy Sunglasses, Aqua-Vision, Eye Wear, Eye Care, Makeup For Glasses, Tender Care, Eye Makeup Safety; Bazaar-At-Home: A Cocktail Party With A Mexican Flavor by Bruce Sinclair; Birth Control: Once-A-Month Pill by Mac Jeffery; You And Your Job: Bazaar's Guide To the Executive Suite, Requirements For Success: Three Views Denise Fortino, How To Take Risks And Make More Money, Betty Lehan Harragan, Test Your Management Skills, Lyn Taetzsch, Loneliness: An Occupational Hazard, Diana Lea; TravelBazaar Chateaus of the Loire Valley by Abby Rand; Horoscopes by Aurora. There are small tears along the edges. 
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Harper's Bazaar- July, 1980, Mazzola, Anthony T. (editor)
8 Mazzola, Anthony T. (editor) Harper's Bazaar- July, 1980
New York The Hearst Corp 1980 Soft Cover Very Good 
Harper's Bazaar- July, 1980. 113th Year, Number 3224. Cover photo is of Bitten Knudson. Contents include: This Month, Bazaar Is What's New! What's Best! The Look Ahead For Fall; Swinging Into Fall Bravissimo Milan! Neon Plaids at Missoni, Glamorous Evening Looks at Geoffrey Beene And Krizia, New Blouson-Shape Furs at Fendi, Knit Layering at Byblos and Callaghan, Soft Tailoring at Giorgio Armani; Texture & Proportion: The Difference For Fall In Shoes, Legs, Knits! The New Low-Heeled Shoes and How They Work With the Shape of Fall Sweater-Dressing; N.Y. Design: The News For Fall! Handknit Sweaters, Skirts, Knitted Tunics, Parkas, Evening Jackets, Reversible Cover-Ups, Gabardine Suiting, Swingy Capelet Suits, The Best of Perry Ellis, Giorgio Sant'Angelo, Joan Vass, Bill Blass, Mary McFadden, Susan Toplitz, Calvin Klein, Adri, Brigitte Freed; Fall Preview: Paris Undercover! The Shape of Things To Come From Claude Montana, Issey Miyake, Chloe, Saint Laurent, Valentino, Angelo Tarlazzi and Reversibles, Parkas, P.M. Cover-Ups, Blousons, The Reefer Coat, Metallic Tweeds, Leather, Fur and Quilting; Soft-Touch Dressing: News In Knits! One-of-A-Kind Sweaters, Bold-Patterned Classics, Mohair Coats, Gold, Lace, Softness At Night!; The Bazaar Touch: On-The-Beach New Angles On Black And White! Curve-Conscious Maillots With Strong Graphic Appeal; Sport of the Month: Rolling Along Summer Skating Gear!; Best Beauty Bets; Health Bazaar; New Cure for Insomnia by Sue Nirenberg; Cheryl Tiegs on Being a Natural Beauty; Thin-At-Last, The Diet For People Who Can't Lose Weight by Neil Solomon, M.D; How The Leading Diets Rate; Hot-Weather Beauty: Face Refreshers, Skin Refreshers, Hair Refreshers; Roberta Di Camerino: From Venice With Style by Kristin K. Hubbard; How To Fight Back by Eleanor Berman; Married Men: The Exciting Summer Fling by Susan Schraub; Club Med: Where the Action Is by Laura Knickerbocker; Weekend Getaways: Where To Take Your Lover; The Light-Hearted Aphrodisiacs by William Clifford. There are small tears along the cover edges and there is a long crease on the front of the cover close to the spine. 
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Harper's Bazaar- June, 1979, Mazzola, Anthony T. (editor)
9 Mazzola, Anthony T. (editor) Harper's Bazaar- June, 1979
New York The Hearst Corp 1979 Soft Cover Very Good 
Harper's Bazaar- June, 1979. 112th Year, Number 3211. Cover photo is of Jaclyn Smith. Contents include: The Bazaar Thing, The Only Way to Travel, Luxurious Conveniences for the Beach, Country, Boat; This Month, Bazaar Is Quick Starts For Summer; Play It Cool: Summer Fashion Finds From $18 To $95 Parachute-Cloth Jackets, The Bright Maillot, The Terry Blazer, New Jumpsuits, Colorful Beach Cover-Ups, Gauzy Cotton Dresses, The Organdy Jacket, The Red-And-White Hawaiian Shirt; Designer Jeans: The Newsmakers Hot Color, Summer-Weight Naturals, Iridescence, White Satin, Denim, Black Silk, White Leather. New York Fall: The Luxury Ahead, A Preview of Fall/Winter Collections by Geoffrey Beene, Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Charles Suppon, Oscar de la Renta, Perry Ellis, Bill Atkinson, Anne Klein, Bill Blass, Mary McFadden, Stephen Burrows, Kasper; The Dresses You've Been Looking For: The Shaped T, Raspberry Plisse, The Wrap, Restaurant Looks; The Healthy Junk-Food Diet by Dr. Fredrick J. Stare and Dr. Elizabeth M. Whelan; MensBazaar; BeautyBazaar; BeautyBazaar: Summer Slickers-Your Body, Eyes, Hair, Nails And Lips; Nice Girls Finish First! Jaclyn Smith on Beauty/Health; BeautyBazaar: In Great Shape-What It Takes! A New Way To Diet; Exercise: Do What Comes Naturally; BeautyBazaar: Real Beauty Problems Solved Sandy Hill: Day-Into-Evening-Makeover, Linda Gialanella: Complete Color Makeover, Susan Lucci: 10-Minute Makeover; Bazaar-At-Home: 6 Cold Souffles For Summer by Bruce Sinclair; Special Section: Your New Image Self-Confidence: How To Sell Yourself by Ellen Peck, First-Job Strategies Mind Power: The New Medicine by Adelaide Bry, Mind Power And Sports Mind Power And Weight Loss, an Interview With Dr. Frances Meritt Stern; The Stars of Venice by Naomi Barry; The Orient Express To Health, Beauty, Fashion & Travel: Secrets of Health & Beauty by Dian Dincin Buchman; The Martial Arts; Acupuncture: New Hope For Migraines, Wrinkles, Frigidity by Lee Kraft; From China: New Pill For Men; Chinoiserie To Wear; New Oriental Clothes & Accessories; Take A Slow Boat (Or Fast Plane) To China by Roger Ahrens; Chinese Cooking-Pure And Simple by Anne Byrd; TravelBazaar The Classic American Summer Resorts by Linda Burnham; Horoscopes By Aurora. The bottom right corner of the cover is creased. 
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McCall's - April 1923, McCall's
10 McCall's McCall's - April 1923
New York McCall's 1923 Soft Cover Good 
McCall's - April 1923. Contents include As Old as Adam by Helen Topping Miller; Her Grace by Frances Noyes Hart; In Evening Bells by A.S.M. Hutchinson; Eris by Robert W. Chambers; The Story of the Bible by Hendrik Willem van Loon; Tommy-Rot by Ethel M. Dell; Nameless River by Vingie E. Roe; Shall We Save Natural Beauty? by Gene Stratton-Porter. Spine is worn and cover has edge tears. Some pages have a stain at the lower corner. See our other listings for more issues of this magazine. See our other listings for more issues of this magazine. 
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McCall's - October 1926, McCall's
11 McCall's McCall's - October 1926
New York McCall's 1926 Soft Cover Good 
McCall's- October, 1926. Volume LIV, Number 1. Cover Design: Queen Victoria -The Tenth of a Series of Portraits of The Heroines of The Great Love Stories of the World. Painted For McCall's by Neysa McMein. Contents include-Fiction: The Magic Garden by Gene Stratton-Porter; Rivers of Damascus by Donn Byrne; The Black Knight by Ethel M. Dell; The Lavender-Flowered Crime by Isabel Johnston; The Dead Ride Hard by Louis Joseph Vance; The Million Dollar Buckwheats by Samuel Merwin; Birds of A Feather by Margaret W. Jackson; Monsieur of The Rainbow by Vingie E. Roe; Articles- Choosing Words by Gene Stratton-Porter; Post-Graduating In Paris by Harry E. Charlot; Is Your Son Or Daughter Going To College? By Rita S. Halle; Queen Victoria by W.L. George; What's Going On In The World- A Review Of The Month's Activities By Col. Edward M. House, Earl Of Oxford And Asquith, K. G., Helen Taft Manning, Deems Taylor, Stark Young, Robert Sherwood, Laurence Stallings, Rev. Joseph Fort Newton, D. D; Come To Our Hallowe'en Party by Sarah Field Splint; Let Electricity Slave For You! By Marcia Mead; A Balanced Diet Is The Only Safe Diet by E. V. McCollum And Nina Simmonds; Two Desserts In One by Mildred Weigley Wood; The Fascination Of Marketjng by May B. Van Arsdale And Anna C. Brush; The Prize Winning House; Damaged Lives-Part 1 by Charles Gilmore Kerley, M. D; The Post Box by Emily Post; Is Your House Tied To The Ground? by Dorothy Giles; The Fairy From The Radio by Helen Morris; Beautifying The College Girl's Room by Alice Van Leer Carrick; The Best Story I Know About Radio; Lamp-Shade Making In Five Different Ways by Elisabeth May Blondel; Nature, Inc by Hildegarde Fillmore; McCall's Homemaking Booklets; Answers To Women by Winona Wilcox; Fashions- Paris Frocks For Small People; Miniature Editions Of The Mode; Movement- The Keynote Of Paris Gowns; The Smart Bow Ties In Front; The Knee-Length Skirt. Cover has a few spots of soil. Cover has small tears along the edges. The spine is worn. About half the pages have a dampstain at the top. See our other listings for more issues of this magazine. 
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Ambiance- March, 1978, Miller, Jessica (editor)
12 Miller, Jessica (editor) Ambiance- March, 1978
New York Lalinea Publications 1978 Soft Cover Very Good 
Ambiance- March, 1978. Volume 1, Number 1-Premiere Issue. Cover photo of Faye Dunaway by Terry O'Neill. Contents include: The American Collection for Spring/Summer 1978: by Pauline Trigere, Geoffrey Beene, Bill Blass, Halston, Clovis, John Anthony, Albert Capraro, Calvin Klein, Oscar de la Renta, Bill Kaiserman for Rafael, Julio, Mary McFadden, Richard Assatly, Charles Suppon, Carol Horn, Anthony Muto, Harriet Winter, Scott Barrie, Albert and Pearl Nipon; Go With the Flow for Spring: Light Clothes for those Heavier Moments; Coloring for Candlelight: a personalized look at a new, softer palette for Spring by Almay, Elizabeth Arden, Charles of the Ritz, Coty, Frances Denney, Faberge, Max Factor, Diane Von Furstenberg, Lancome, Estee Lauder, Alexandra De Markoff, Maybelline, Payot, Flori Roberts, and Helena Rubinstein; Design: Bedtime Collections - a gallery of chic sheets by Jackie Ayer, Doug Wilson, Oleg Cassini, Anne Klein, Geoffrey Beene and Halston; On the Move: Great Getaways - getting maximum mileage out of mini vacations; Food for Thought: "Thank You, I'd Love a Cup"- straight up, spiced or laced, try a new twist to that old standard-the cup of coffee; Editor's Note; Letter from the Publisher; Cover Profile: Faye Dunaway; Montage: People to meet, places to go, and pleasures to pursue; Interview: Wendy Rue, President, National Association for Female Executives; Astroscope: Fashion and Your Sign by Diane Pilatsky; Retail Environment: The art of shopping with ease; Buying Directory: Where to find it; Spotlight: The new cosmetics; Out of Focus: Great moments in fashion photography. There is a light crease on the top right corner of the front cover. 
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The Delineator--June 1915, The Delineator
13 The Delineator The Delineator--June 1915
New York The Butterick Company 1915 Soft Cover Good 
The Delineator-June, 1915. Contents include The Third Volume by Margaret Deland; Motion Pictures in Our School by Henry Rood; Pegeen by Eleanor Hoyt Brainerd; The Quiet Hour by Louise Collier Willcox; You, Us and Co.-A Consideration of Woman's Standpoint on Militarism by Mr. Ridgway. Color fashion page on page 59. Cover is worn with owner's name at the top. See our other listings for more issues of this magazine. 
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Vogue Patterns- October/November, 1973, Vogue Magazine
14 Vogue Magazine Vogue Patterns- October/November, 1973
New York David W. Dickerson 1973 Soft Cover Good 
Vogue Patterns- October/November, 1973. Volume 48, Number 2. Cover is a contemporary coat and jacket coordination, photo by Horn/Griner. Contents include- Our Fall Fabric Notebook; Sweater dressing: The Look to Live in; Double Identity; On the Road to Fall: Very Easy Vogue; The Clothes You've Always Wanted in Your Size; Coats and Suits; The Designers; Sewing Kits; Fabric, Backview and Yardage Guide; Mailbox; Shopwatch; Numerical List of Patterns in this Issue. Some designs have a large check mark with a blue marker. Magazine has a slight musty smell. See our other listings for more issues of this magazine. 
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Vogue- September 15, 1962, Vogue Magazine
15 Vogue Magazine Vogue- September 15, 1962
New York Conde Nast 1962 Soft Cover Good 
Vogue-September 15, 1962. Contents include Black and white-the colour of news; American plaids and checks; Chanel- the steady blaze; This year's accessories; The Charming Europeans-Eleven Interesting Young Women from Greece to Scandinavia; Under-cover agents-a new perspective on lingerie; The excitement in junior clothes; Jeanne Moreau; How to be S. Hurok by Allene Talmey; Maya Plisetskaya; Lorin Maazel; Why I Love Hong Kong by Emily Hahn; Princess Veriand Windisch-Graetz; Miss Beatrice Dabney dancing with George Chakiris; Wales by Alun Owen; Rice Without Tears by Dolores Vanetti; When I was Young and Argued by Tyrone Guthrie. Many ads including one for Eisenberg Ice jewelry and one for Trifari jewelry. Cover has some small tears and the spine is worn. See our other listings for more issues of this magazine. 
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Vogue- September, 1971, Vogue Magazine
16 Vogue Magazine Vogue- September, 1971
New York Conde Nast 1971 Soft Cover Good 
Vogue- September, 1971. Volume 158, Number 4. Cover: Classic opening to The New York Collections-the officer's coat in blond wool. Originala designed by Ilie Wacs. Contents include- Fashion: Vogue's Point of View: The New York Collections; The Seventh Avenue Phenomenon; American Fashion from The New York Collections; More of the best from The New York Collections; Layered looks from The New York Collections; Trompe-l'oeil knits; Evenings in The New York Collections; Vogue's Own Boutique; The New York Collections: Fashion shows and special events across the country; Beauty: Beauty Checkout: For everyone bent on exercise-a survey of systems; Beauty Checkout: The wrap-around set for hair-Purlie girl; Ready Beauty; Beauty Bulletin: Which way the wind blows: new trends in health and beauty, makeup, skin, hair; Features: How To Win as a Teen-Age Daughter, A Short Story by Anne Feydy; Paul Poiret by James Johnson Sweeney; The Artist and His Country by Edna O'Brien; American Greats: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bernstein, Alvin Ailey, Duke Ellington. Photographed by Penn. Leonard Bernstein interviewed by John Gruen; Good Health, Body and Mind: Saving Life for Accident Victims, by Emanuel M. Papper, M.D.; Are You Killing Love with Sex Problems? by Philip M. Sarrel, M.D., and Lorna J. Sarrel; Can Primal Therapy Return Happiness? by Albert Goldman; The Art of Gossip by Quentin Crewe; Regular Features: Vogue's Notebook: Performing Arts Center in Washington, D.C.; Vogue's Notebook: Debut in Belgium; Vogue's Notebook: Zoo-Fest in San Francisco; Vogue's Notebook: Birthday Party in London; Food Gazette by Maxime McKendry; Horoscope by Maria Elise Crummere; Men in Vogue. The back cover is almost detached. Front cover has edge tears and front cover and first six pages have a moisture stain. . See our other listings for more issues of this magazine. 
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Vogue- September, 1974, Vogue Magazine
17 Vogue Magazine Vogue- September, 1974
New York Conde Nast 1974 Soft Cover Good 
Vogue- September, 1974. Volume 164, Number 3. Cover is Lauren Hutton in Halston's unlined cashmere kimono. Contents include Fashion- Vogue's Point of View: To Get What's Best, You Have To Know What's Best; The New York Collections: The Look of the Year ... Starts with a Coat; How to Shop from the New York Collections, for the Life You Live; The Way Everyone Wants to Look at Night in Black; Big-Time Glamour at Night on Cher; The Undercoat Life All Around Town; Finds: Accessory News for Fall; Knockout! The Long, Covered Dress at Night, worn by Lois Chiles; American Casual Dressing to the Life; Directions to Watch from Leading Designers at the New York Collections by Elsa Klensch; The New York Collections: fashion across the country; Health and Beauty: Beauty Checkout: The Joys and Benefits of Owning a Wig; Beauty Checkout: What Makes a Good Skin Good?; Ready Beauty: How to Keep Up the Benefits-and Repair the Damage of Summer; Ready Beauty: The Best Accessories for Purses, Pouches, Pocketbooks; Beauty Now: by Shirley Lord, The Best Face Value for Fall; Hair Value How to Get It; Extra Value for Your Eyes; Features: In West Africa, Spoken Magic by Isabelle Leymarie; Anxiety: What Is It Telling You? by Eleanor C. Munro; Dubuffet: Seeing New York His Way by Barbara Rose; The Rape of the Ocean by Carleton Ray; People Are Talking About by Leo Lerman; As American as Betty Ford by Lorraine Davis; Insiders in Washington Talk about Mrs. Gerald R. Ford by Sandra McElwaine; People Are Talking About, Joseph Heller The Ultimate Mystery by John G. Taylor; Walk-in Sculpture: Dubuffet's Fantasy House by Barbara Rose; Some Advice to Hostesses from a Well-tempered Guest by Jean Stafford; You and Your Love and His Children by Diane de Dubovay; Fashions in Living: Life with Art Deco: Karl Lagerfeld's Paris Apartment; Travel: Marrakesh: Morocco's Ancient City by Richard Alleman; Australia: A Land That's Young, Still Booming by Despina Messinesi; Regular Feautures: Politics by Allene Talmey; Upfront: Books, Movies, Art, Sounds Horoscope by Francesco Waldner; Food by Arthur Gold and Robert Fizdale; Health by Melva There are small tears and creases along the edges. See our other listings for more issues of this magazine. 
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Vogue- September, 1975, Vogue Magazine
18 Vogue Magazine Vogue- September, 1975
New York Conde Nast 1975 Soft Cover Good 
Vogue- September, 1975. Volume 165, Number 9. Cover is of Lauren Hutton, wearing Geoffrey Beene's sweater and skirt. Contents include- Fashion: Vogue's Point of View; The New York Collections; Big-Time!-Lauren Hutton wears Halston; The Chinese Look in The New York Collectionsl; The Looks American Women Love Most; The News in Fur; Beauty and Health: Beauty Now: Beauty with a Conscience; Environment and Skin; There's a New Man in Town; A Cut with Options; Does Your Body Measure Up?; Health Now: Energy-How To Get It from Your Body; Your Diet, Your Mind by Gail McBride; Hair Now; Ready Beauty: Pump-Action Beauty; Ready Beauty: Your Q's-Our A's; Beauty Checkout: New Exercise Game; Beauty Checkout: What Good for You at Big Beauty Salons Health by Melva Weber; Do You Need A Psychiatrist? by R.W. Shepherd, M.D.; Features: People Are Talking About.... by Leo Lerman; ''Chicago," That Razzle-Dazzle Musical; Richard Avedon's Hidden Photographs by Thomas B. Hess. Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin M. Spock and Andy Warhol, photographs by Richard Avedon; Who's Sexy Now? by Mara Wolynski; Personal: Susan Mary Alsop's Paris Letters to a Friend; Horoscope by Francesco Weldner; Flirting: The Winners' Game by Blair Sabol; Upfront: Television, Movies, Art, Books; Living: Persian Buffet: Grandly Simple by Arthur Gold and Robert Fizdale; Travel: Prix-Fixe Luxury in French West Indies by Despina Messinesi; The Passionate Traveler: Venice by Richard de Combray; Travelog; Vogue School Directory. Front cover has edge tears, some creases, and a moisture stain at the bottom. Back cover has edge tears and creases. See our other listings for more issues of this magazine. 
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Vogue- September, 1978, Vogue Magazine
19 Vogue Magazine Vogue- September, 1978
New York Conde Nast 1978 Soft Cover Good 
Vogue- September, 1978. Volume 168, Number 9. New York Collections issue. Contents include- People in Fashion Are Talking About ... What's Coming; Why Not the West? by Kathleen Madden; American Fashion-at Stores across the Country; How To Bargain Hunt for Designer Names by Susan Greenstein; Vogue's Eye View: Great news in accessories; Point of View: From the New York Collections, a guide to dressing for the way we live now; The New York Collections: The Clothes To Live in Now; More of a Look ... more of a difference; At last-coats again; The Avedon Eye-looks for fall '78, worn by Lauren Hutton; A New Way with Fur-the designer difference; Evening Dressing ... another kind of ease; Jacket Dressing ... the new shapes everyone wants; Beauty Now; Body Now; Hair Now; Hair Now; Fitness Now; Men's Looks Now; Beauty Now; Modern Way To Predict Your Baby's Future by Aubrey Milunsky, M.D; Suspense in Pregnancy by Ann Boutelle; Run Yourself into a Happier Life, An excerpt from the book "The Psychic Power of Running" by Valerie Andrews; Health by Melva Weber; Texture-Beauty's New Impact on Fashion: Lips. Skin, Hair, Nails, Eyes; Inner Info: Your Lungs by Melva Weber; Beauty Now; What's News, What's Coming: Movies, Art, Books, Recordings, Restaurants, Sports, TV, Collecting, Taxes; When Father Takes Custody by Adrienne James; Top Women Earners by William Flanagan; Letter from L.A. by Jill Spalding; Between Us by Lorraine Davis; Living Glamorously Can Be an Education by Anita Loos; People Are Talking About.... by Leo Lerman; Zubin Mehta: Now, It's His Lead; The Real Barbara Walters by Jill Robinson; The Avedon Eye: Fashion and Personalities Photographed by Richard Avedon; Richard Avedon Photographed by Irving Penn; Looking With Avedon by Susan Sontag; Why a Women's College? by Sheila Fisher; The Mid-Life Crisis: House or Lover? by Fredi Solod; Living: Ideas and Trends by Barbara Plumb; The Freedom Machines: Food Processors by Arthur Gold and Robert Fizdale; Mary Lasker: Mover in a Modern World by Charlotte Curtis; World Traveler's Tips, An excerpt from the book The Power Look" by Egon Von Furstenberg; Travel Now; Celebrating Brussels by Despina Messinesi; Napa Valley Wine Vacation by Barbara Ensrud; Horoscope by Maria Elise Crummere. The cover has some creases and the pages are wrinkled along the inside edge. See our other listings for more issues of this magazine. 
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Vogue- September, 1980, Vogue Magazine
20 Vogue Magazine Vogue- September, 1980
New York Conde Nast 1980 Soft Cover Very Good 
Vogue- September, 1980. Volume 170, Number 9. New York Collections issue. Contents include- On the Cover; The New York Collections for the USA at Stores Across the Country; Vogue's View: People, Places ... Ideas Edited by June Weir; Point of View: From the New York Collections -The Best Answers; American Bravado-It's the Tops!; American Women Speak Out at a Vogue Symposium; Style ... and Something More: The Key Looks; from Four Key New York Collections; Star Quality: Patti LuPone/Big-time Evenings; A Casual Attitude: Country/Relaxed Dressing; The Looks that Work, Day In, Day Out; Night After Night-a Short Dress; The Seasonless Advantage: Any Climate; Fashion Irresistible!-The New Look of Fur; Beauty Q&A; Fragrance Now; Fitness Now: Adventure and Risk Sports by Blythe Holbrooke; Hair Now; Your Well-Being: Complaining by Barbara Lang Stern; Fitness Now: Fun City Exercise by Jane Heil; Beauty Now; Vogue's View on Beauty Books; Eyes Only; Your Well-Being: Privacy by Gael MacDonald Wood; Fitness Now: Is Your Heart in Shape; Health by Melva Weber; Beauty: The New Color Focus; Get Fit ... Keep Fit; Between Us by Lorraine Davis; What's News: Movies, Art, Books, Restaurants, Music, TV, Collecting; Talking About ... Art by Barbara Rose; Women and Cars: Manual Shift? by Lillian Borgeson; Taking Sides: Theater in the Critic's Chair by John Simon; Personal: Tiffany's Before Breakfast by Eve Babitz; Talking About ... TV by Gloria Emerson; Photography: Henri Cartier-Bresson by Diana Edkins; Personal: The Joyful Life by Shelby Moorman Howatt; Taxes: Surprise IRS Savings by Julian Block; Women in Politics by Susan and Martin Tolchin American Art in the 'Fifties. By Barbara Rose Nudes Photographed by Irving Penn by Carter Ratcliff; Women's Rites. By Francine du Plessix Gray; Money: Savings' Options by Elliot Raphaelson; Women Now: Why Marriage? by Lyn Davis Genelli; Talking About ... Collecting by Judith Goldman; Wines: Alsatian Surprise by Frank J. Prial; Entertaining: Tips and Treats by Sandi Cushman; Food: Great Meals from a Tiny Kitchen by Judith Aronson; A Woman's Domain, Diane Von Furstenberg's Apartment; Living: Ideas and Trends by Barbara Plumb; Travel Now by Richard Alleman; Monte-Carlo: Belle Epoque Charm by Despina Messinesi; Portugal: A Strange and Secret Beauty by Anne Roiphe; Horoscope by Maria Elise Crummere. Front and back cover have shelf wear and a few creases. See our other listings for more issues of this magazine. 
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