Family Circle to the rescue again with this issue titled "Family Circle Great Ideas Christmas Helps" dated October, 1978. There are 250 gifts to make, as well as, great recipes, decorations, and party menus from around the world.
The very pretty red gingham ribbon wreath is just the thing to add a country touch to this year’s Christmas h... Click for details
This is another great issue of "McCall’s Needlework & Crafts." This issue is dated September/October 1982. Like all of the McCall’s Needlework magazines, this one does not disappoint. You’ll find a large assortment of projects and patterns for stencil work, embroider, crochet and knitting.
This is another great issue of "McCall’s Needlework & Crafts." This issue is dated December 1984. You’ll find a large assortment of projects and patterns for stencil work, embroider, crochet and knitting.
You can add a touch of nostalgia to your Christmas tree with the Victorian Crazy Quilt fans made with silk-like fabrics. Don’t miss the... Click for details
This is a holiday magazine titled "Good Housekeeping’s Family Christmas Book – 1970 Edition." Inside it, you’ll find lots of patterns for crafts and projects, as well as, lots of recipes just perfect for the upcoming Christmas holiday.
In the article "Decorate with a Medley of Wreaths" you’ll find an assortment of wreaths made from nuts, ... Click for details
The American Home magazine for September 1954 is available for purchase. This magazine is in very good condition considering its age and that it has been read. It features several "neat" advertizements just a few samples are Hammond Organ, GE applicances, Lennox, DuPont paints, and many more. The magazine is in-tact and no pages are cut or torn out that I can have been able to detect. 134 pages with the back cover featuring William Shakespear complete works from Black's Readers Service Co. ... Click for details
This is a November 1971 issue of Woman's Homelife Magazine. It is full of patterns, recipes, and other information for women.
In the article "Barbara Walters" Merry-Go-Round World," you'll see a picture of a very young Barbara Walters with her daughter Jacqueline. At the time this article was written, Ms. Walters was co-host of the Today Show.<... Click for details
This is a very nice issue of Woman's Day Magazine celebrating its 25th Anniversary. The issue features a special 16 page Anniversary Cookbook, a Gallery of Flower Prints, Danish Embroidery and an interesting article, "What Makes A Woman Unforgettable?"
The cookbook section has been perforated near the binding edge for easy removal, however, that section is still intact. Some of the recipes included: Buttermilk Waffle... Click for details
Ahh 1968! Seems like only yesterday, but oh, so long ago!
There is nothing like reading and looking through a vintage magazine to make you realize how much things have changed - yet many of our issues remain the same today. One of the articles in this issue is titled "The American Alternative To Violence" yet violence remain a very big problem for us today!... Click for details
Take a trip back to the late 60's with this issue of Reader's Digest when it could be purchased for a mere 50?.
Some of the articles:
Crisis on campus The Drug "Trip" - Voyage to Nowhere; What Makes a Woman Lovable?; Rights & Wrongs Of U.S. Justice; Mountains That Blow Their Tops; The Stunning Birds Of Fen Lansdowne; The Second Life Of a Golf B... Click for details
This would make the perfect gift for yourself or a loved one born in 1966!
This issue cost a mere $1.00 in 1966 with a year's subscription for only $8.00.
There are some great advertisements illustrating how simple the times were back in 1966. The back inside cover is a full page color ad for the Ford Thunderbird. What a classy car! There i... Click for details
This issue is full of articles, photographs and advertisements to take us all back to simpler times!
It's great to look at the advertisements in these old magazines! Being an ex-telephone company employee, I especially enjoyed the full page color advertisement for Bell Telephone Systems showing three of the latest telephones of the day - all dial phones, of course. My favorite - the Princess phone!... Click for details
In this issue, the feature article is "Goodbye To Glory Days - Hollywood Puts Its Past Up For Sale." In the article, it discusses how major movie giants began selling off their movie splendor in hard times. There is a great full page collage of old movies stars such as May West, Gloria Swanson, Groucho Marx and more.
Hockey fans might enjoy the article titled "To Save Or Score, Try Orr" about Bobby Orr, the dashing Br... Click for details
This Life magazine features half an issue on the sentimental craze for the past - Nostalgia. The article has some great full page photographs of Broadway Plays, Movie Palaces, and photos of movie queens Joan Blondell, PGoddard, Betty Hutton and Myrna Loy.
The Old Pro Goes All The Way is about Alan Shepard's flight in Apollo 14 in which he makes it to the moon and back.... Click for details