The March 1906 issue of "The Ladies' Home Journal" features a religous-like illustration on the cover, in full color, of a woman and child in Biblical times. The pages of this issue of the Journal, has a story by Rudyard Kipling, an article by President Theodore Roosevelt, Josef Hofmann's new Mazurka, an article by Jane Addams and a piece of music called "Littl' Lammie: A Negro Hush Song" by William H. Gardner and J. ax Mueller. There are articles on good and bad taste in window curtains, instructions for boys to build a fire engine and an article titled "A New England Colonial House for $4600." In addition tothe many pages devoted to fashion and needlework, there's lots of advertising, for a vast variety of products and services.

Used: Miss Helen Jackson | Adult | Female

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