The Delineator Magazine, October 1900
The Delineator Magazine issue for October 1900 was a facinating look at women's fashions at the turn of the twentieth century. They provided a glimpse of a women's life at the turn of the century with articles on fashion, clothing, housekeeping, raising children and more.
Volume LVI, No. 4
VOL. nil. No. 4
THE ARTICLE on The Women of China, by Laura B. Starr. in the present number will be read with great interest at this time. Mrs. Starr's long residence in the Far East and large acquaintance with civil and official Chinese life, make her particularly qualified to write on this subject. The pictures are reproduced from original photographs.
Although Miss Mabel McKinley. the President's niece, will not be married in the White House, interest in the event naturally suggests former weddings in which the Chief Executive participated. Mrs. Crowninshield's paper on White House Brides is delightfully reminiscent and furnishes an attractive picture of life and manners during the different administrations.
Charles G. D. Roberts' romance of White Marie and Dark Marianne is charmingly told, carrying to the reader with its breath of the Acadian woods a story of love, sacrifice and supreme renunciation.
- STYLES FOR LADIES. . . . 423-465
- ILLUSTRATED COOKERY. Anna Morrison 436
- THE DRESSMAKER. A. L. Gorman 465
- STYLES FOR MISSES AND GIRLS. 468-482
- STYLES FOR LITTLE FOLKS 483-487
- STYLES FOR BOYS. . . 487-488
- THE ART OF KNITTING 489
- ALMOST HOME.—A Sketch. E. Crayton McCants. 490
ILLUSTRATED BY A. TEGGIN.
- OCTOBER MISTS. (Poem.) Henry Cleveland Wood. 491
- AUTUMN DRESS FABRICS. 492
- GARNITURES AND ACCESSORIES. 494
- COLLEGE NEWS. Carolyn Halsted. 496
- SOCIAL OBSERVANCES. Mrs. Frank Learned. 498
- THE MINERAL PAINTERS' EXHIBIT. ILLUSTRATED FROM PHOTOGRAPHS. Mary Leicester Wagner 499
- FASHIONABLE AUTUMN MILLINERY 502
- THE WOMEN OF CHINA. Laura B. Starr. 506
ILLUSTRATED FROM PHOTOGRAPHS.
- HER LYRIC. (Poem.) Felix Carmen. 510
- A ROYAL PALACE AND ITS QUEENS. N. Hudson Moore. 511
ILLUSTRATED FROM PHOTOGRAPHS.
- THE SWEET LOW SPEECH OF THE RAIN. (Poem.)
ILLUSTRATED BY J. ALLEN ST. JOHN. Ella Higginson. 515
- WHITE MARIE AND DARK MARIANNE.
ILLUSTRATED BY F. M. ARNOLD. Charles G. D. Roberts. 516
- FANCY STITCHES AND EMBROIDERIES.
ILLUSTRATED IN COLORS. Emma Haywood. 520
- BRAZILIAN POINT 523
- CROCHETING. 524
- MODERN LACE-MAKING 525
- PASTIMES FOR CONVALESCING CHILDREN. No. 4 Halloween Merriment. ILLUSTRATED. Lina Beard. 527
- THE BRIDES OF THE WHITE HOUSE.
Mrs. Schuyler Crowninshield. 530
CHILDREN AND THEIR ILLS. No. 10. Worms.
Grace Peckham Murray, M.D. 532
- THE NEWEST BOOKS. Laura B. Starr. 534
- DOMESTIC SUBJECTS :
- The Children's Interests. Part II. Margaret Hall.
- Home-Made Charlottes. Helen Combes.
- Some Delicious Layer-Cakes. Nina Gordon.
- THE FEARS OF WOMEN. James Buckham. 544
- GIRLS' INTERESTS AND OCCUPATIONS. Priscilla Wakefield 546
- PRACTICAL GARDENING. Ward MacLeod 548
- CLUB WOMEN AND CLUB LIFE. Helen M. Winslow 550
DOMESTIC SCIENCE. 552
THE NOVEMBER DELINEATOR, THE DELINEATOR for November will be attractive in every feature. A striking contribution will be the Halloween story in verse by Edith M. Thomas, with four full-page illustrations by J. Allen St. John. In all her work Miss Thomas has never written anything more tender and sympathetic than this story, and the artist interprets the chief scenes with true feeling.
The extent to which the Carnival spirit enters into Southern society will be shown in T. C. De Leon's article, The Social Side, which describes the pageants of the chief Carnival cities, and presents portraits of the most noted participants.
It is rare that a story of perfect love comes to the knowledge of and is accepted by a doubting world ; like some of the virtues, love, often sturdy enough in seclusion, seems to wither in the glare of publicity. The story of the Brownings, with its fine antiphonals, is idyllic, and it is told by Clara E. Laughlin with all the charm that pen can give.
Mrs. Schuyler Crowninshield will contribute one of her characteristic West Indian tales, and there will be a refreshing variation in the stories of college life in the shape of The Romance of a Co-Ed. The serial articles will be continued, the departments, as usual, will be full of the latest and best information, and there will be many other important features never before introduced in the magazine.
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