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


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.

Title: 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

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

Illustrator: Friedley, D.

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Architecture, Gardening,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Munn & Company: 1909

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 201h0843

Keywords: 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 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,