Arthur s Home Magazine

DEAR SIR : Mány thanks for the threo January numbers of your magazines . I
admire their external appearance , and love their contents . Says one subscriber ,
' The King's Party alone is worth the subscription of the HOME ! ' And I could not ...

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Arthur s Home Magazine

To Dressmakers and the Public: C": wonderful success in the sale of Ladies' of. ...
If you write them they will send you a # sample copy free, but send all your orders
to ARTHUR's HOME MAGAZINE, WALNUT AND SixTH STREETs. PH1 LA.

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Arthur s Illustrated Home Magazine

The interests of the HOME MAGAZINE , which is now serial for many months ,
and our readers will find in her ... A STORY OF THE Now published in Arthur's
Home Gazette , the following beauCRUSADE " _which is having a very largo
sale .

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A History of American Magazines 1850 1865

20 ARTHUR'S HOME MAGAZINE 1 IN OCTOBER 1852 T. S. Arthur's Home
Gazette: A Journal of Pure Literature for Home Reading was beginning its third
year, and it occurred to Editor-Publisher Arthur that he might increase the profits
on his ...

A History of American Magazines  1850 1865

Author: Frank Luther Mott

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 9780674395510

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The first volume of this work, covering the period from 1741-1850, was issued in 1931 by another publisher, and is reissued now without change, under our imprint. The second volume covers the period from 1850 to 1865; the third volume, the period from 1865 to 1885. For each chronological period, Mr. Mott has provided a running history which notes the occurrence of the chief general magazines and the developments in the field of class periodicals, as well as publishing conditions during that period, the development of circulations, advertising, payments to contributors, reader attitudes, changing formats, styles and processes of illustration, and the like. Then in a supplement to that running history, he offers historical sketches of the chief magazines which flourished in the period. These sketches extend far beyond the chronological limitations of the period. The second and third volumes present, altogether, separate sketches of seventy-six magazines, including The North American Review, The Youth's Companion, The Liberator, The Independent, Harper's Monthly, Leslie's Weekly, Harper's Weekly, The Atlantic Monthly, St. Nicholas, and Puck. The whole is an unusual mirror of American civilization.

The Ladies Home Magazine

It ARTHUR ' S HOME MAGAZINE is without a rival in never contains anything dull
, trashy , or unprofitits peculiar field . Its chasteness and beauty renderable .
Sentinel , Waterford , N . Y . it a welcome addition to every centre table , and its
The ...

The Ladies  Home Magazine

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The Ladies Home Magazine

Arthur's Homo Magazine can never be otherwise than a welcome visitor to every
virtuous, well-regulated household. ... of pure, moral, intellectual, and interesting
contents, undented by slang or grossness; we answer "Arthur's Home Magazine.

The Ladies  Home Magazine

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The Girl s Own

Philadelphia: Godey and M'Michael, 1843. 9-15. . Ten Nights in a Bar-Room.
1852. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1964. . Window-Curtains. Arthur's Illustrated
Home Magazine 42 (1874): 30—36, 102-8, 170-75, 250-55, 2-99-304, 375-Si,
444-50, ...

The Girl s Own

Author: Claudia Nelson

Publisher: University of Georgia Press

ISBN: 0820336955

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The eleven contributors to The Girl's Own explore British and American Victorian representations of the adolescent girl by drawing on such contemporary sources as conduct books, housekeeping manuals, periodicals, biographies, photographs, paintings, and educational treatises. The institutions, practices, and literatures discussed reveal the ways in which the Girl expressed her independence, as well as the ways in which she was presented and controlled. As the contributors note, nineteenth-century visions of girlhood were extremely ambiguous. The adolescent girl was a fascinating and troubling figure to Victorian commentators, especially in debates surrounding female sexuality and behavior. The Girl's Own combines literary and cultural history in its discussion of both British and American texts and practices. Among the topics addressed are the nineteenth-century attempt to link morality and diet; the making of heroines in biographies for girls; Lewis Carroll's and John Millais's iconographies of girlhood in, respectively, their photographs and paintings; genre fiction for and by girls; and the effort to reincorporate teenage unwed mothers into the domestic life of Victorian America.

1850 1865

20 2 ARTHUR'S HOME MAGAZINE 1 N OCTOBER 1852 T. S. Arthur's Home
Gazette : A Journal of Pure Literature for Home Reading was beginning its third
year , and it occurred to Editor - Publisher Arthur that he might increase the profits
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1850 1865

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Cutting for All

Arthur's Home Magazine Philadelphia , PA : T. S. Arthur and Company , vols . 1-
67 , October 1852– December 1898 ; vols . 1-8 , 185256 as Home Magazine ;
vols . 9-16 , 1857-60 as Lady's Home Magazine ; vols . 17–36 , 1861-70 as
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Cutting for All

Author: Kevin L. Seligman

Publisher: SIU Press

ISBN: 9780809320066

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Containing 2,729 entries, Kevin L. Seligman’s bibliography concentrates on books, manuals, journals, and catalogs covering a wide range of sartorial approaches over nearly five hundred years. After a historical overview, Seligman approaches his subject chronologically, listing items by century through 1799, then by decade. In this section, he deals with works on flat patterning, draping, grading, and tailoring techniques as well as on such related topics as accessories, armor, civil costumes, clerical costumes, dressmakers’ systems, fur, gloves, leather, military uniforms, and undergarments. Seligman then devotes a section to those American and English journals published for the professional tailor and dressmaker. Here, too, he includes the related areas of fur and undergarments. A section devoted to journal articles features selected articles from costume- and noncostumerelated professional journals and periodicals. The author breaks these articles down into three categories: American, English, and other. Seligman then devotes separate sections to other related areas, providing alphabetical listings of books and professional journals for costume and dance, dolls, folk and national dress, footwear, millinery, and wigmaking and hair. A section devoted to commercial pattern companies, periodicals, and catalogs is followed by an appendix covering pattern companies, publishers, and publications. In addition to full bibliographic notation, Seligman provides a library call number and library location if that information is available. The majority of the listings are annotated. Each listing is coded for identification and cross-referencing. An author index, a title index, a subject index, and a chronological index will guide readers to the material they want. Seligman’s historical review of the development of publications on the sartorial arts, professional journals, and the commercial paper pattern industry puts the bibliographical material into context. An appendix provides a cross-reference guide for research on American and English pattern companies, publishers, and publications. Given the size and scope of the bibliography, there is no other reference work even remotely like it.

Cultural Change and the Market Revolution in America 1789 1860

Arthur's Ladies Magazine, at two dollars per year, tried to undersell Godey's, but
the venture ultimately failed.16 Arthur's next attempt at magazine publishing was
more durable. Arthur's Home Gazette commenced publication in 1850 as a ...

Cultural Change and the Market Revolution in America  1789 1860

Author: Scott C. Martin

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9780742527713

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In this exciting new work, Scott C. Martin brings together cutting-edge scholarship and articles from diverse sources to explore the cultural dimensions of the market revolution in America. By reflecting on the reciprocal relationship between cultural and economic change, the work deepens our understanding of American society during the turbulent early nineteenth century.

Godey s Magazine

EDITED BY T . S . ARTHUR AND VIRGINIA F . TOWNSEND , AND ASSISTED BY
A CORPS OF MANY OF THE MOST ... It is with pleasure that we are able to
announce a much larger circulation for the HOME MAGAZINE during the year
1865 ...

Godey s Magazine

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National Register of Microform Masters

Lady's and gentleman's weekly literary museum and musical magazine . ...
Continued by Literary and musical magazine , UnM m Mic56-4617 The Lady's
weekly miscellany . v.5-11 , no . 2 ; N1,1806 ... Continued by Arthur's home
magazine .

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