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American Homes And Gardens Magazine - December 1909 Including Homes Of American Artists - Fleetwood The Residence Of Robert V. V. Sewell, A. N. A. Oyster Bay, Long Island
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American Homes And Gardens Magazine - December 1909 Including Homes Of American Artists - Fleetwood The Residence Of Robert V. V. Sewell, A. N. A. Oyster Bay, Long Island

By Editors Including Barr Ferree

New York: Munn & Company. Paperback. B00KLMVESO Pages 453-492 plus xxiv pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: American Homes and Gardens Garden Competition - The Amazing First Price Garden of Charles J. Pilling, Esq., Lansdowne, PA; The Craft of Hammering and Piercing Metal; Some Western Homes - Costing from Four to Six Thousand Dollars, including those of B.W. Cleveland, Esq., of Wilmette, IL, Mrs. Kavana, Mr. Mars, and Mr. Smith; Concrete Ornaments for the Garden and How to Make Them - IV - A Concrete Fence; The Interior Details of the Bungalow and its Furnishings; Making Soil; Homes of American Artists - "Fleetwood," the Residence of robert V.V. Sewell, A.N.A., Oyster Bay, Long Island; Colonial Fireplaces and Fire-Irons; One-page ad for Chickering & Sons pianos; Index to all issues from Volume VI, January to December, 1909; Nice color back page ad for the Columbia Grafonola, with illustration of Spanish tenor Constantino; and more. Printed on glossy stock. Complete and unmarked with average wear. Disbound from a larger volume with related residue along coverfold. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. . Fair. 1909. First Edition.

$299.95

American Homes And Gardens Magazine - November 1909 Including Notable American Homes - Villa Al Mare, The Country Home Of Geoge Lee, Esq, At Beverly Farms, Massachusetts
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American Homes And Gardens Magazine - November 1909 Including Notable American Homes - Villa Al Mare, The Country Home Of Geoge Lee, Esq, At Beverly Farms, Massachusetts

By Editors Including Barr Ferree

New York: Munn & Company. Paperback. B00KLMVE3O Pages 413-452 plus xxiv pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: The Garden Competition and its Prizes; Notable American Homes - "Villa al Mare," the Country Home of george Lee, Esq., at Beverly Farms, MA; The Garden at Hamilton House; Concrete Ornaments for the Garden and How to Make Them - III - a Concrete Pedestal; The House of J.H. Hammond, Esq., at Wynnewood, PA; A Group of Modern Houses at Nutley, NJ, Costing from $1,000 to $5,000; Bedroom Window-Curtaining; The Beauty and Economy of Stucco; A Farming Experiment by Women at Thatcham, England - photo-illustrated article on the use of Bell glasses, straw mats, and more; Four California Bungalows; The American Shetland Pony; "Pine Haven," The Summer Home of Thomas B. Van Buren, Esq., at Kennebunkport, ME; Nice back cover photo-ad for The "30" Locomobile car, shown driving through an ornate gate; and more. Printed on glossy stock. Complete and unmarked with average wear. Covers and some pages loose but all present. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. . Good. 1909. First Edition.

$299.95

American Homes And Gardens Magazine - Including Notable American Homes - DArlington The Estate Of George Crocker, Esq., Ramsey, New Jersey
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American Homes And Gardens Magazine - Including Notable American Homes - DArlington The Estate Of George Crocker, Esq., Ramsey, New Jersey

By Editors Including Barr Ferree

New York: Munn & Company. Paperback. B00KLMVCQI Pages 293-332 plus xxiv pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: Notable American Homes - "Darlington," the estate of george Crocker, Esq., Ramsey, NJ; Designs Direct from Nature; "Annesden," the Summer Home of Miss Annie E. Quimby, Bridgehampton, Long Island; Playhouses for Children; A Group of Small Houses - costing from $3,000 to $10,000; Grape Culture in France; A House with a Guaranteed Cost - A House That Can Be Built for Seven Thousand Dollars; The "Wayside Inn", otherwise known as the "Red Horse Tavern" of Sudbury, MA; The Rochester, NY Chamber of Commerce Cheap Cottage Competition, won by Miss Esther M. Byers - The First and Second Prize Designs; House of James E. Wheeler, Edgehill Road, New Haven, CT; One-page illustrated ad for the "Invincible" Electric Renovator (vaccum) from the Electric Renovator Mfg. Co.; Back cover two-color ad for Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen; and more. Printed on glossy stock. Complete and unmarked with average wear. Covers and some pages loose but all present. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. . Good. 1909. First Edition.

$299.95

American Homes And Gardens Magazine - Including Notable American Homes - Firenze Cottage, The Summer Home Of Daniel Guggenheim
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American Homes And Gardens Magazine - Including Notable American Homes - Firenze Cottage, The Summer Home Of Daniel Guggenheim

By Editors Including Barr Ferree

New York: Munn & Company. Paperback. B00908H790 Pages 333-372 plus xxiv pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: Notable American Homes - "Firenze Cottage," the Summer Home of Daniel Guggenheim, Esq., Elberon, NJ.; A Swimming-Pool for Private Gardens; Trellises; Vacation Home-Making; L'Art Nouveau Houses in Austria; Birds and the Country Home; A Group of Bungalows at Pasadena, California, Costing from Fifteen-Hundred Dollars Upwards - great two-page compilation of 16 photos; Photographing Birds; Concrete Ornaments for the Garden and How to Make Them; A Colonial Suburban Home - Guaranteed Cost $6,000; "Weldacre," The Home of George E. Smith, Esq., Philips Beach, MA; Do Plants Think?; Nice one-page photo-ad for the Invincible vaccum machine by the Electric Renovator Mfg. Company; and more. Printed on glossy stock. Complete and unmarked with average wear. Covers and some pages loose but all present. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. . Good. 1909. First Edition.

$299.95

American Homes and Gardens Magazine, April (Apr.) 1908, Volume V, No. 4 - The Country Seat of M.P. Slade, Esq., At Mt. Kisco, New York
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American Homes and Gardens Magazine, April (Apr.) 1908, Volume V, No. 4 - The Country Seat of M.P. Slade, Esq., At Mt. Kisco, New York

By Ferree, Barr; Humphreys, P.; Chauncey, C.; Johnson, A.; Ward, S.; al, Et

New York: Munn & Company. Paperback. Pages 121 - 160 plus xx pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: A Country Creek in Springtime; Notable American Homes - The Country Seat of M.P. Slade, Esq., at Mt. Kisco, NY; Garden Streams and Appropriate Bridges; A Remodeled Colonial House - The Country Seat of Frederick Converse Beach, Esq., at Stratford, CT; The Garden Joys of a Country Home; The Summer Home of Lucien Oudin, Esq., Water Mill, Long Island; The Application of Stencil Work in Home Decoration - fascinating photo-illustrated article features the "Swastika," or Symbol of Good Luck; The Forced Culture of Asparagus in France; A House at Newton Centre, MA, designed by Mr. Edward B. Stratton, of Boston; Gorgeous back cover color ad for Crystal Domino Sugar, sold in 5lb sealed boxes; and more. Printed on glossy stock. From a bound volume. Complete and unmarked with Average wear. Binding intact. A quality copy of this great vintage issue. . Good. 1908. First Edition.

$299.95

American Homes and Gardens Magazine, February (Feb.) 1909, Volume VI, No. 2 - The House of C.P. Searle, Esq., At Ipswich, Massachusetts
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American Homes and Gardens Magazine, February (Feb.) 1909, Volume VI, No. 2 - The House of C.P. Searle, Esq., At Ipswich, Massachusetts

By Ferree, B.; Priestman, M.; Thurston, P.; Wallach, I.; Bastin, S.; Powell, E.; Kellogg, A.; Humphreys, P.; al, Et

New York: Munn & Company. Paperback. Pages 41-80 plus xvi pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: The House of C.P. Searle, Esq., at Ipswich, Massachusetts; Hand-Made Rugs, the Revival of an Old Handicraft; Three Types of Gambrell Roof Houses - the home of Mr. Walter C. Sampson, at Summit, New Jersey, the home of Arthur E. Thayer at Dedham, Massachusetts, the home of Mr. Farnham, and the home of Mr. James Purdon, of Boston; Plant Breeding; The Dino Collection of Historic Armor - collected by the late Duc de Dino, Marquis of Talleyrand-Perigord; The Use of Anesthetics for Plants; A Few Neglected Fruits; A Seventeenth Century Homestead near Boston; A Wood Garden - at the country seat of Mr. H.H. Battles at Newton Square, PA; Nature's Traps; The Country Seat of Charles S. Brown, Esq., Mount Kisco, New York; A New Method of Housekeeping; The New Seed testing Station in Paris at the Conservatoire des Arts et Metiers, then the Agronomic Institute in the Rue Cervantes; Great color back cover ad for Pierce Arrow cars (The George N. Pierce Company) features illustration of chauffeur holding door for woman in orange coat on city street; and more. Printed on glossy stock. Complete and unmarked with average wear. Some pages loose but all present. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. . Good. 1909. First Edition.

$299.95

American Homes and Gardens, August (Aug.) 1908, Vol. V, No. 8 - "Castlewood," The Villa of Louis Bruguiere, Esq., Newport, Rhode Island
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American Homes and Gardens, August (Aug.) 1908, Vol. V, No. 8 - "Castlewood," The Villa of Louis Bruguiere, Esq., Newport, Rhode Island

By Ferre, B.; Carr, J.; Nichols, F.; Austrian, D.; al, Et

New York: Munn & Co., Inc.. Paperback. Pages 295-334 plus xvi pages of ads. Features: "Castlewood," the Villa of Louis Bruguierre, Esq., Newport, RI - a vast and stately building in the Georgian style; The Japanese Garden of "Yademos" - The Country Seat of Charles Phizer, Esq., Bernardsville, NJ; "Huck-Ween Lodge" - the Summer Camp of William Curtis demorest, Esq., Loon Lake, NY; Half a Dozen Great Home Trees; The Value of a Pleasant Sun Room; A Home Shrubbery; Economic Methods in Mushroom Growing; Glimpses of Old Annapolis; Sun-Dials; "White Lodge" - the residence of Charles H. Roberts, Esq., Wynnewood, PA; Well-Designed Applique - an effective means of decoration; Wonderful sepia-tone photo-illustrated back cover ad for the Victor-Victrola XX (Louis XV design) features photos of eleven opera stars; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. . Good. 1908. First Edition.

$299.95

American Homes and Gardens Magazine, July 1909, Volume VI, No. 7 - "Red Oaks,"  The Summer Home of John M. Carrerre, Esq., White Plains, New York
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American Homes and Gardens Magazine, July 1909, Volume VI, No. 7 - "Red Oaks," The Summer Home of John M. Carrerre, Esq., White Plains, New York

By Ferree, B.; Douglass, B.; Thurston, P.; Walbran, G.; Du Puy, W.; Powell, E.; al, Et

New York: Munn & Company. Paperback. Pages 253-292 plus xxiv pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: The Campaign Against the Housefly; Homes of American Artists - "Red Oaks," the Summer House of John M. Carrere, Esq., White Plains, NY; The Wild Mushrooms; A Reclaimed Dwelling - how a farmhouse at Stokes Pogis, Villa Nova, PA, was Reclained and Transformed into a Habitable Dwelling; Curtains for the Summer Home; The Healthiest House in the World - designed by Milton Dana Morrill, of Washington; Trimming Old Trees; The Garden Gate - wonderful photos; Forest Conservation at Biltmore, the North Carolina estate of George W. Vanderbilt; Small Houses of Small Cost - from $3,500 to $5,500, belonging to Mssrs Cowle, Smith, Morrini, and Mrs.Turner; "Glenbrook," A Naturalistic Garden Designed by its Owner at Newburgh, NY; "The Lindens," The Summer Home of E.S. Williams, Esq., at Nahant, MA; The Profitable House - A House for a guaranteed cost; One-page vintage illustrated ad for the Electric Renovator, an early vaccum cleaning system; One-page ad for Wm. Knabe & Co. pianos; Ad for the Steinway Art Piano; Travel Ad for Muskoka Lake; Great two-color back page ad for Mennen's Borated Talcum Toilet Powder features lady at medicine cabinet; and more. Printed on glossy stock. Complete and unmarked with average wear. Covers and some pages loose but all present. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. . Good. 1909. First Edition.

$299.95

American Homes and Gardens Magazine, May 1908, Volume V, No. 5 - The Entrance Front of "Ross-Fenton Lodge" at Deal Lake, NJ / Bungalow Number
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American Homes and Gardens Magazine, May 1908, Volume V, No. 5 - The Entrance Front of "Ross-Fenton Lodge" at Deal Lake, NJ / Bungalow Number

By Nichols, F.; Northend, M.; Kellogg, A.; Priestman, M.; Gade, J.; Williams, W.; Gaut, H.; al, Et

New York: Munn & Company. Paperback. Pages 161-214 plus xvi pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: The Entrance Front of "Ross-Fenton Lodge," at Deal Lake, NJ; "Chuckles," the House in the Woods; "Ross-Fenton Lodge"; Two New England Bungalows - built for Mr. John Hays Hammond at Gloucester, MA, and Mr. C.W. Parker at Marblehead Neck; Garden Gates for the Bungalow; Rugs and Draperies for the Bungalow; The Summer Camp at Arden - Being an Experiment in Henry George Principles near Wilmington, DE; Plumbing and Drainage Problems of the Bungalow; "The Bunker" - a Bungalow built for George Towle, Esq., on Misery Island, MA; Some California Bungalows; A Bungalow at Bryn Mawr Park, New York, Costing $3,200, for Sullivan W. Jones, Esq., an architect of New York; Types of Bungalows; How I Built My Log Bungalow - "Anoatok," the "Home of the Wind," by Edward Fesser; A Bungalow made from Railway Ties; Furniture from the Bungalow; A Garden Room; Nice ad for Hotel Wawa at the Lake of Bays in Canada; Nice color ad for Lenox Chocolates on back cover; and more. Printed on glossy stock. From a bound volume, with related residue to backstrip. Complete and unmarked with Average wear. A quality copy of this great vintage issue. . Good. 1908. First Edition.

$299.95

American Homes and Gardens Magazine, September (Sept.) 1910, Volume VII, No. 9 - Middle-West House Number / The Country Seat of G.St. L. Abbott, Concord, Massachusetts
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American Homes and Gardens Magazine, September (Sept.) 1910, Volume VII, No. 9 - Middle-West House Number / The Country Seat of G.St. L. Abbott, Concord, Massachusetts

By Gaut, H.; Nichols, F.; Griffith, I.; Spears, J.; Kellogg, A.; Northend, M.; Bauskett, F.; Ferree, B.; al, Et

New York: Munn & Company. Paperback. Pages 333-372 plus xvi pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: Fences, Walls and Hedges; Homes of Minneapolis - featuring the homes of J.F. Atwood, Esq., L.K. Thompson, Esq., T.E. Cootey, Esq., and Dr. E.C. Pickler; The Handicraftsman - Cabinet Making as a Handicraft; Post-And -Board Fence of Concrete; Decorations and Furnishings for the Home - VII - Built-in Furniture; The Summer Residence of Mr. Charles H. Bond; Eight Low Cost Houses in the Suburbs of Chicago - nice two-page photo spread presenting the homes of Mr. Walter Herrick, Mrs. Charlotte Wyman, Mr. Charles M. Mock, Mr. Whiting T. Lovell, Mr. Bert Wallace, Mr. C.E. Simmons, Mr. A.M. Briggs, and Mr. Edward Middleton; The Danger of the Use of Milk from Tuberculosis Cows; The Country Seat of G.St. L. Abbott, Concord, MA; An American Potter, Her Home and Studio - Mrs. Samuel Robineau; Garden Notes - Bedding with Evergreens; Autumn Work in the Garden; The Hydrangea; L. Wolff Mfg. Co. ad features photo of the Marshall Apartments in Chicago; Nostalgic color back cover ad for Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen features photos of company shops, offices and factories in London and North America; and more. Printed on glossy stock. Complete and unmarked with average wear. Some pages loose but present. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. . Good. 1910. First Edition.

$299.95

American Homes and Gardens Magazine, March (Mar.) 1909, Volume VI, No. 3 - The Country Seat of Emil Berolzheimer, Esq., Tarrytown, New York
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American Homes and Gardens Magazine, March (Mar.) 1909, Volume VI, No. 3 - The Country Seat of Emil Berolzheimer, Esq., Tarrytown, New York

By Ferree, B.; Welsh, E.; De Martin, R.; Edwards, J.; bastin, S.; Bennett, I.; Nichols, F.; Priestman, M.; al, Et

New York: Munn & Company. Paperback. Pages 41-80 plus xvi pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: Notable American Homes - "Gellian Court," The Country Seat of Emil Berolzheimer, Esq., Tarrytown, New York; Roses for Winter; Homes of American Artists - The Rose Valley Artist's Home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Stephens, built and arranged by Price and McLanahan, architects, of Philadelphia; The Roadway and the Grounds; Giant Leaves - article with photos of massive cabbage, Gunnera, Monstera deliciosa, Elephant's Ear, and Anthurium leaves; The Compost Heap; The Residence of Friend A. Russ, Esq., "Rock Ridge," Greenwich, CT; New Developments in Stenciling; Residence of Prof. L.W. Reid, at Merion, PA; A "Triple-Gable" House at Oak Lane, PA, built for Charles E. Frick, Esq.; A French Model Dairy - wonderfully photo-illustrated article on this leading-edge operation on an island of the Seine, near Bougival, ten miles from Paris; The Colonial Residence of J. Randall Williams, Esq., Haverford, PA; One-page ad for Knabe pianos; Nice one-page illustrated ad for the Andrews Systems of the Andrews Heating Co.; Coldwell Lawn Mower ad; Two-color ad for the Royal Chair Co. on back cover illustrates chair with push-button sliding footrest; and more. Printed on glossy stock. Complete and unmarked with average wear. Covers and some pages loose but all present. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. . Good. 1909. First Edition.

$299.95

American Homes and Gardens Magazine, September (Sept.) 1908, Volume V, No. 9 - The House of A.C. Bartlett, Esq., Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
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American Homes and Gardens Magazine, September (Sept.) 1908, Volume V, No. 9 - The House of A.C. Bartlett, Esq., Lake Geneva, Wisconsin

By Ferree, Barr; Northend, M.; Londer, S.; Boyer, J.; De Martin, R.; Sythe, D; al, et

New York: Munn & Company. Paperback. Pages 337-374 plus xvi pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: The House of A.C. Bartlett, Esq., Lake Geneva, Wisconsin; Raffia in the Normal School; The Endicott Garden at Danvers, MA; A French Rhea (a South American bird related to the emu and ostrich) and Cassowary Farm; A Flock of Highland Sheep Homeward Bound - wonderful two-page photo of a large flock being driven down a road by two farmers; A Residential Park near Philadelphia - "Stoke Pogis," at Villanova, PA; The Bark Cabin - durable, attractive and inexpensive summer homes; "The Terraces" - the Summer Residence of Edward Vassallo Hartford, at Deal, NJ; One-page ad for Chickering Pianos; Sensational back cover color ad for the 1909 line of Pierce Arrow cars features wealthy couple in car with butler, tennis jock and young couple standing beside car; and more. Printed on glossy stock. Complete and unmarked with average wear. Some pages loose but all present. A quality copy of this great vintage issue. . Good. 1908. First Edition.

$299.95

American Homes and Gardens Magazine, January (Jan.) 1909, Volume VI, No. 1 - "Chesterwood," The Country Home of Daniel Chester French, N.A., Glendale, Massachusetts
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American Homes and Gardens Magazine, January (Jan.) 1909, Volume VI, No. 1 - "Chesterwood," The Country Home of Daniel Chester French, N.A., Glendale, Massachusetts

By Ferree, B.; Camehl, A.; Low, E.; Chauncey, C.; Walker, C.; Bastin, S.; Thurston, P.; al, Et

New York: Munn & Company. Paperback. 40 pages plus xx pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: "Chesterwood," The Country Home of Daniel Chester French, N.A., Glendale, Massachusetts; A Curious Collection of Bottles; Wild Animals in Captivity; The Summer Home of Theodore Conrow, Esq., Water Mill, Long Island; What Colonial Architecture Really Is; The Mimicry of Plants; The Residence of Atherton Clark, Esq., Newton, Massachusetts - an exceptional house built of Harvard Brick laid with Flemish bond; Colored Windows in the House; A Specimen of Mamillaria Rhodantha; The Dining-Room; Bamboo in the Occident; Economizing Garden Space; A San Antonio Bungalow - the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mavorick, on Alamo Heights, designed by Mr. Harvey L. Page; Color back cover ad for "The Sunshine Belt to the Orient", offered by the ships of Pacific Mail S.S. Co, of San Francisco; and more. Printed on glossy stock. Library and number stamp on title page otherwise complete and unmarked with average wear. Centerfold loose but present. Disbound from a hardcover volume with related residue along spine. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. . Fair. 1909. First Edition.

$299.95

American Homes and Gardens Magazine, August (Aug.) 1910, Volume VII, No. 8 - "Harbour Court" - The Residence of Mrs. John Nicholas Brown, Newport, R.I.
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American Homes and Gardens Magazine, August (Aug.) 1910, Volume VII, No. 8 - "Harbour Court" - The Residence of Mrs. John Nicholas Brown, Newport, R.I.

By Ferree, B.; Brassler, C.; Walker, J.; Kellogg, A.; Prescott, R.; Bastin, M.; Sheafer, F.; Singleton, E; al, et

New York: Munn & Company. Paperback. Pages 293-332 plus xvi pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: "Harbour Court" - The Residence of Mrs. John Nicholas Brown, Newport, R.I.; Bernard Palissy, The Famous French Potter and His Works; "Crystal Brook" - A Co-operative Colony on the shores of Long Island Sound near Port Jefferson; Decorations and Furnishings for the Home - VI - The Arrangement and Hanging of Pictures; Some Notable Garages; Flowers as Dessert; Some Novel French Chimney Pots; "A Nook in a Formal Garden" (photo); Furniture for the Home - Garden Furniture; The Handicraftsman - Methods of Beautifying the Common Gas Light; Making Plumes Out of Crepe Paper; Imitation Marble; The Modern House; Garden Notes; The Heliotrope as a bedding Plant; Vegetable Fountains; Illustrated ad for the Hotel Seneca in Rochester, NY; Elaborate one-page photo-illustrated ad for Darlington, the magnificent country estate of the late George Crocker which is now for sale; Illustrated ad for Elco Motor Boats - the Elco Gasoline Express Launch, the Electric Launch and the Elco Cruiser; L. Wolff Mfg. ad features photo of Chicago's Blackstone Hotel; Back cover ad for Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen; and more. Printed on glossy stock. Complete and unmarked with average wear. Some pages loose but present. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. . Good. 1910. First Edition.

$299.95

American Homes and Gardens Magazine, March (Mar.) 1908, Volume V, No. 3 - "Overloch," The Country Home of John A. Burnham, Esq., Wenham, MA
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American Homes and Gardens Magazine, March (Mar.) 1908, Volume V, No. 3 - "Overloch," The Country Home of John A. Burnham, Esq., Wenham, MA

By Ferree, Barr; Smithers, Nellie; Williams, W.; March, A.; beckwith, P.; Chauncey, C.; al, Et

New York: Munn & Company. Paperback. Pages 81- 120 plus xx pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: Ad for the Clinton Fireproofing System includes great photo of the mansion of Mr. Spreckles under construction in San Francisco; "Overloch" - The fountain of the formal garden; "Overloch," The Country Home of John A. Burnham, Esq., Wenham, MA; The Disposal of Bric-A-Brac; Residence of Van Wyck Rossiter, Esq., Nyack, NY; Fences in Towns and Villages; Illumination at Mount Vernon; The Summer Home of Spencer Hall, Esq., Water Witch, NJ - Built in the Mission style of Architecture; Planning a Country Home; The House Roof and It's Garden - a neglected opportunity / a successful house-top garden; The Historic Wentworth House at Little Harbor, NH, owned by Mr. J. Templeman Coolidge, Jr., of Boston, MA; Three Pennsylvania Houses designed by Mr. D. Knickerbacker Boyd, of Philadelphia; The Plant and the Season; Fantastic back cover ad for Pacific Mail S.S. Co. of San Francisco promotes their boat service from San Francisco to Hawaii, Yokohama, Nagasaki, Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Manila; and more. Printed on glossy stock. From a bound volume. Complete and unmarked with Average wear. Binding intact. A quality copy of this great vintage issue. . Good. 1908. First Edition.

$299.95

American Homes and Gardens Magazine, October (Oct.) 1908, Volume V, No. 10 - The Seaside Home of Philip Lehman, Esq., Deal, New Jersey
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American Homes and Gardens Magazine, October (Oct.) 1908, Volume V, No. 10 - The Seaside Home of Philip Lehman, Esq., Deal, New Jersey

By Ferree, B.; Atkinson, A.S.; Chauncy, C.; Bastin, S. Leonard; Sherman, S.; Maxwell, Perriton; al, et

New York: Munn & Company. Paperback. Pages 375-414 plus xvi pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: Seeking Shelter in the Water (one-page photo of cattle in lake); Notable American Homes - The Seaside Home of Philip Lehman, Esq., Deal, New Jersey - built of gray stucco with roof of green Spanish tiles; A Speculation in Abandoned Farms - the story of how a man accumulated farms and developed a successful business in rural Massachusetts; A Novel Scheme for a Suburban House Proposition - a new grouping of houses and stables for Dr. H.C. Register at Haverford, PA; Indoor Bulb Culture; "Beinhurst" - The Summer Home of William A. Bein, Esq., at "Still Wood Park," in the Woodbridge Hills, near New Haven, CT; Miss Tower's Garden at Lexington, MA; "Sunnyside," - a Home and Shrine - the home of Washington Irving, which stands on the northern edge of Irvington-on-the-Hudson, NY; Springhouses Old and New - article with wonderful photos of springhouses used to cool farm milk and butter; The Residence of Henry G. Lord, Esq., Brookline, MA; Heating and Lighting with Alcohol - fascinating article with photos of various now antique appliances; The Craft of Block Printing; Ad for Hampton's Brodway Magazine features photo of "Fighting Bob" Rear-Admiral Robley D. Evans regarding his series of patriotic naval articles; and more. Printed on glossy stock. Complete and unmarked with average wear. Some pages loose but all present. A quality copy of this great vintage issue. . Good. 1908. First Edition.

$299.95

American Homes and Gardens Magazine, May 1915, Vol. XII, No. 5: Home of Mr. Clayton S. Cooper, Fieldston, NY
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American Homes and Gardens Magazine, May 1915, Vol. XII, No. 5: Home of Mr. Clayton S. Cooper, Fieldston, NY

By Hurlbett, H.; Teall, G.; Merrill, M.; Northend, M.; Prescott, R.; Bastin, S.; Turner, T.

New York: Munn & Co., Inc.. Paperback. Pages 145-180 + xvi ads. Features: Home of Mr. Clayton S. Cooper, Fieldston, NY; Maytime Landscape; The Small House of To-Day - with photos of the homes of Mr. S.C. Jackson, Larchmont Gardens, NY, Mr. F.A. Camp, of Fieldston, NY, Mr. Samuel C. Hyer, of Larchmont Gardens, NY, Mr. J.B. Gembriling of Cynwyd, PA, Mrs. George W. Berrian of Glen Ridge, NJ, Mr. William B. Boggs, of Douglaston Park, NY, Miss M. Vaughn of Larchmont Gardens, NY, Mr. H.S. Worden of Larchmont Gardens, NY, Mr. W.H. Phillips of Beechhurst, Long Island, Mr. Irving Childs of Beechhurst, Long Island, Mr. Hardy of Larchmont Gardens, NY, and Mr. W.J. Reed of Scarsdale, NY; Cosmos (flowers); Native Beauty - photo-illustrated landscaping article; A House with a History - photo-illustrated article on the home of mr. Roland C. Lincoln, near Manchester, MA; The Home Built for Charles A. Purcell, Esq., at River Forest, IL; Centerfold photo-spread of five Small Houses of Attractive Design; Vases From Old Jars - how to do it using oil and a red hot bar of steel!; The English Bulldog; Samplers - nice four-page photo-illustrated article; American Pewter; A Stencilled Bedroom Set; Wicker Bird-Cages; Making Things Cheerful in the Home; One-page illustrated ad for the Western Electric built-in (stationary) vacuum cleaner; The Humble Hamper; Great one-page photo-illustrated ad for W. & J. Sloane, featuring their "Dryad" Cane Furniture; Color back cover ad for 1847 Rogers Bros. cutlery (silver plate); and more. Average wear and external soiling. Modest moisture exposure to bottom and fore-edges of covers and pages. A worthy copy of this charming vintage issue. . Good. 1915. First Edition.

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American Homes and Gardens Magazine, January (Jan.) 1914 - Home of Mr. S.Z. Poli at Woodmont, Connecticut
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American Homes and Gardens Magazine, January (Jan.) 1914 - Home of Mr. S.Z. Poli at Woodmont, Connecticut

By Van Court, R.; Burgess, I.; Singleton, E.; Byers, A.; Camp, M.; al, Et

New York: Munn & Co., Inc.. Paperback. 36 + xvi pages. Features: Cover illustration of young lass playing grand piano; Great Pyrene fire extinguisher ad inside front cover says their product reduces auto insurance cost; Great illustrated ad for The Rauch & Lang Carriage Company, maker of electric automobiles with worm drive; A City House of Distinction - Photo-illustrated article on the residence of Mrs. O.H.P. Belmont, New York, is filled with a priceless collection of antique armor; Wall Papers and Their Selection; House of Mr. S.Z. Poli at Woodmont, Connecticut - two great photos and floor plans of this all concrete home designed by Messrs. Brown and Von Beren, Architects, of New Haven; How to Furnish a House on $1,500 - interesting photo-illustrated article; The Country House of Mr. Russell S. Carter at Hewlett, Long Island, New York - centerfold photos with small floorplan diagrams; A Los Angeles Bungalow Built for $2,400; Early Illustrated Music Titles - an illustrated discussion of the art used on sheet music; Door-Knockers - interesting one-page photo-illustrated article; Collecting Old Pennsylvania (Dutch) "Tulip Ware" (ceramics); Problems of Furnishing a Small Colonial House; Planning for To-Morrow's Furnishings; The New Year's Garden; The Modern Pantry - table and household suggestions; When Mailing Cut Flowers; Raising Watercress Indoors; Attractive color-illustrated ad for Globe-Wernicke Sectional Bookcases on back cover; and more. Average wear and external soiling. Modest moisture exposure to fore-edge of most pages. Centerfold loose but present. A worthy copy of this charming vintage issue. . Good. 1914. First Edition.

$299.95

American Homes and Gardens, September (Sept.) 1907, Vol. IV, No. 9 - "Martin's Brandon," the Home of the Harrisons
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American Homes and Gardens, September (Sept.) 1907, Vol. IV, No. 9 - "Martin's Brandon," the Home of the Harrisons

By Ferre, B.; Nichols, F.; Willcox, E.; Austrian, D.; Rexford, E.; Jenks, J.; al, Et

New York: Munn & Co., Inc.. Paperback. Pages 321-360 plus xx pages of ads. Features: Mrs. Guy Norman's Sicilian Garden - The Seat and Canopy in the Garden Wall, plus color cover photo of her garden; Notable American Gardens - Mrs. Guy Norman's Sicilian Garden at Beverly Cove, MA; Historic Mansions of the James River - I - "Martin's Brandon," the Home of the Harrisons (including one-page photo of front entrance pocked with civil war bullet holes; Wonders of the Gourd Vine; Curtains and Draperies; The Wild Garden - a Plea for our Native Plants; An Old Brick House of Interesting Form at Wellesley Hills, MA - built for E.H. Fay, Esq.; The Summer Home of Thomas Nash, Esq., at East Hampton, Long Island; Something Concerning Driveways; The House of J.J. Storrow, Esq., Lincoln, MA; New Ant Lore; Great one-page photo-illustrated ad for the Standard Sanitary Mfg. Co. and its porcelain enameled ware; Photo ad for Flandrau & Co., maker of Automobile Bodies and Carriages; One-page illustrated ad for Chickering & Sons pianos; Charming back cover two-color photo ad for Lenox Chocolates / Necco Sweets made by the New England Confectionary Co.; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. . Good. 1907. First Edition.

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American Homes and Gardens Magazine, June 1908, Volume V, No. 6 - Residence of Henry M. Kneedler, Esq., Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania
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American Homes and Gardens Magazine, June 1908, Volume V, No. 6 - Residence of Henry M. Kneedler, Esq., Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania

By Ferree, B.; Willey, D.; Williams, W.; rexford, E.; Nichols, F.; Howes, B.; Whiteway, C.; al, Et

New York: Munn & Company. Paperback. Pages 217-254 plus xx pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: Notable American Homes - "Casa-del-Ponte," A Summer Home at Tokeneke Park, Rowayton, CT, designed by Slee and Bryson, architects, of Brooklyn, NY; Scientific Poultry Breeding - article with great photos of a large poultry farm at Aurora, NY; Residence of Henry M. Kneedler, Esq., Chestnut Hill, PA; The Rose as a Summer Bedder; The Garden of Winthrop Sargent, Esq., Fishkill-on-Hudson, NY; Residence of John M. Chapman, Esq., Rock Ledge Road, Montclair, NJ; Private Automobile Garages; "Rocksym", the Summer Home of Burt L. Syms, Esq., Greenwich, CT; Nice color back cover ad for Mennen's Borated Talcum Toilet Powder features young lady at ship's wheel; and more. Printed on glossy stock. Complete and unmarked with average wear. Covers and some pages loose but all present. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. . Good. 1908. First Edition.

$299.95

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