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Lot of 2, Peterson's Ladies National Magazine, Feb-Mar Vol LXXXV, 1st Ed, 1884


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Lot of 2 Original Victorian Magazines
Peterson's Ladies National Magazine 1884

February Vol LXXXV, 1884
March Vol LXXXV, 1884



Publisher: Charles J. Peterson

Copyright: 1884


These magazines are in good condition considering the binding and age. Softcover. Paper is brittle along edges and toned. Toning is typical for periodicals of this era as the paper contained acid. Lot of 2 from 1884. Rare and hard to find Victorian paper ephemera. Illustrated with wonderful engravings. Please see the pictures for accurate conditions. -


Demorest's Monthly Magazine was founded by William Jennings Demorest and his wife Ellen Louise Demorest. Ellen Demorest is credited with having invented mass-produced tissue-paper patterns for dressmaking. Some of the magazines still contain these original patterns. Ellen Demorest was an activist and believed in women's entrepreneurship, emancipation, education, and equality. She employed both white and black women in her businesses, including her millinery store.

Item Dimensions: 10.5 inches x 6.5 inches


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