The Girl's Own Annual Volume XXXV111 [38]


Volume 38, 1917. Edited by Flora Klickmann and printed by William Clowes & Sons of London. Many illustrations + several full page colour plates. Very good. Dark green binding, with gilt titles to spine, is strong & tight. Decorative work to front board & spine with pictorial 'forest' pastedown that is a little rubbed & mottled. Bevelled corners show some wear. Pictorial endpapers are very good showing rabbits in the forest. Book is mostly clean but has spotting to leaf edges & tanning/spotting to some pages. The 680 pages contain many interesting articles reflecting the culture of this World War 1 society - includes The Nursing of the Fighting Men; A Montessori Christmas; Exercise a Life Necessity; Pigeon Breeding for Women; The Rearing of Ducks & Geese; Attractive Juvenile Styles; Baby's Outfit; On Keeping Goats; Table Decoration; Basket-Making; plus how to draw, crochet, knit etc.....and much more. Also includes the story "The Lady of the Basement Flat" by Mrs George De Horne Vaizey & other stories. Nostalgia for times past!! A heavy book which will require additional postage to some countries.

By: Klickmann, Flora [Ed]
Illustrated By:
Published: 1917 The Girl's Own paper and Woman's Magazine, Bouverie St, Fleet St, London London
ISBN: Not specified
Edition: First edition
Binding: Hardcover
Jacket Condition: Not specified
Book Condition: Very Good
Signed: Not specified