Peterson's Magazine 1869
Charles J. Peterson
A popular American women's magazine of the Victorian era contains Paris fashions, sewing and needlework patterns, music, short stories, poetry, book reviews, recipes, many pages of advertising. Learn how to make a sailor costume for a little boy, how to pickle lemons, or read stories Peterson considered the "best published anywhere" such as "Death in Life", "Ebenezer's Courtship" or "Marie Antoinette's Talisman". Each volume has a separate index.
- Publisher: Charles J. Peterson
- Edition: Vol. 55 No. 1-6 (Jan.-Jun.) Vol. 56 No. 1-6 (Jul.-Dec.)
- Date Published: 1869
- Place Published: Philadelphia
- ISBN: n/a
- Condition: Good
- Signed: No
- Dust Jacket: No
- Jacket Condition: n/a
480, 478 p. 24 cm. 12 double-page coloured fashion plates, numerous coloured sewing patterns, hundreds of b&w illustrations. Two-tone brown leather with gold impressing is worn with bumped corners. Many page edges chipped, tissue guards crumpled, first embroidery pattern has chips and holes, occasional pencil marks, moderate foxing, thumbing, staining.