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The Young Woman: A Monthly Journal And Review (Vol. 1, Oct. 1892 to Sept. 1893)

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Product description

Published by S. W. Partridge & Co., 1893, this volume is in a good condition overall, given its age. There is mild wear, with rubbing and bumping to the spine, board edges and corners. There is visible scuffing and marking across the boards, which are gilt-stamped on the front and spine. There is a dedication dated April 25th, 1919 to 'Rose' from 'Auntie Mary' on the first endpaper. There is some spotting and foxing to the first few pages and the edges of the page block. This is an intriguing insight into the interests of a young woman at that time. The contributions include 'Physical Exercises for Women', 'The Lady Clerk: What She Ought To Know', 'Mrs Josephine Butler And Her Work', 'The Land Of Lorna Doone and 'How to Decorate A House'. There are black and white illustrations throughout.

Item details

PLU:
0
Author(s):
Edited by Frederick A. Atkins
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
4to - 10 - 13
Edition:
1893
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
428
Publisher:
S. W. Partridge., London
Title:
The Young Woman: A Monthly Journal And Review (Vol. 1, Oct. 1892 to Sept. 1893)

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Published by S. W. Partridge & Co., 1893, this volume is in a good condition overall, given its age. There is mild wear, with rubbing and bumping to the spine, board edges and corners. There is visible scuffing and marking across the boards, which are gilt-stamped on the front and spine. There is a dedication dated April 25th, 1919 to 'Rose' from 'Auntie Mary' on the first endpaper. There is some spotting and foxing to the first few pages and the edges of the page block. This is an intriguing insight into the interests of a young woman at that time. The contributions include 'Physical Exercises for Women', 'The Lady Clerk: What She Ought To Know', 'Mrs Josephine Butler And Her Work', 'The Land Of Lorna Doone and 'How to Decorate A House'. There are black and white illustrations throughout.

PLU:
0
Author(s):
Edited by Frederick A. Atkins
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
4to - 10 - 13
Edition:
1893
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
428
Publisher:
S. W. Partridge., London
Title:
The Young Woman: A Monthly Journal And Review (Vol. 1, Oct. 1892 to Sept. 1893)

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