The Delineator Magazine, November 1900
Superb issue of the Delineator Magazine from November 1900 provides a number of excellent articles on women's fashions at the turn of the twentieth century along with other topics pertaining to women including cooking, etiquette, crocheting, domestic and romantic fiction.
VOL. LVI. No. 5
WE PRESENT this number to subscribers with every confidence that it will be pronounced the finest issue of the year. We have every reason to be pleased with the enthusiastic appreciation that has come to the magazine from all sides, but, although much improved, we are not yet satisfied that it has reached the limit of excellence possible to a publication that, while broadening in scope, has certain definite aims and objects; viz., to be helpful to all women; to lighten the cares of the dressmaker, the housewife and the mother by describing and discussing the latest and best processes in the world of dress and in household management; and to raise the standard of family life. The plans made for future numbers aim to make every department of the book stronger and better.
A glance at the contents on this page will show the wide variety of tastes that are considered. Comment on the various articles is unnecessary; special attention
only is called to the introduction of London and Paris letters—one by Mrs. Aria, the highest authority in England, and the other by Mrs. John Van Vorst, a prominent member of the fashionable American Colony in Paris.
- STYLES FOR LADIES 571-618
- HOUSE FURNISHING AND DECORATION Alice M. Kellogg. 584
- ILLUSTRATED COOKERY. Anna Morrison. 585
- A MODEL FERN-CASE. G. A. Woolson. 586
- THE FASHIONS OF LONDON. Mrs. Aria. 588
- DRESS AND GOSSIP IN PARIS. Mrs. John Van Vorst. 589
- THE DRESSMAKER. A. L. Gorman. 619
- TRIMMINGS AND ACCESSORIES 621
- FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS. 622
- STYLES FOR MISSES AND GIRLS. 624-640
- STYLES FOR LITTLE FOLKS. 640-643
- STYLES FOR BOYS ..... . . 644-645
- STYLES FOR DOLLS. . . ..... 645-646
- THE ART OF NETTING. 647
- STORIES OF AUTHORS' LOVES. The Brownings. Part I. ILLUSTRATED WITH PORTRAITS. Clara E. Laughlin. 648
- COLLEGE PUBLICATIONS. Carolyn Halsted. 650
ILLUSTRATED FROM PHOTOGRAPHS.
- THE WINGLESS ANGEL. (Poem.) John Vance Cheney. 652
- SOCIAL OBSERVANCES. Mrs. Frank Learned. 653
- MIGUELITO. Mrs. Schuyler Crowninshield. 654
ILLUSTRATED BY HENRY I H LEFELD.
- EARLY WINTER MILLINERY 658
- THE CARNIVAL CITIES OF THE SOUTH. 662
ILLUSTRATED WITH PORTRAITS.
- THE ENCHANTED RING. (Poem.) Edith M. Thomas. 668
ILLUSTRATED BY J. ALLEN ST. JOHN.
- A ROYAL PALACE AND ITS QUEENS. Concluded.
ILLUSTRATED FROM PHOTOGRAPHS N. Hudson Moore. 6Z2
- FANCY STITCHES AND EMBROIDERIES.
ILLUSTRATED IN COLORS. Emma Haywood. 677-680
- CROCHETING. 680
- MODERN LACE-MAKING 682
- PASTIMES FOR CONVALESCING CHILDREN. No. 5.
A Pleasant Thanksgiving. Lina Beard. 683
ILLUSTRATED BY THE AUTHOR.
- CHILDREN AND THEIR ILLS. No. 11. Skin Disorders.
Grace Peckham Murray, M.D. 686
- THE ROMANCE OF A CO-ED. Kate Milner Rabb. 689
ILLUSTRATED BY F. M. ARNOLD.
- THE NEWEST BOOKS. Laura B. Starr. 693
- DOMESTIC SUBJECTS :
- The Children's Interests. Part III. Margaret Hall.
- Chicken Entrees. E. B. M.
- Some New, and Delicious Recipes. Edna S. Witherspoon. 696
- DOMESTIC SCIENCE . . . . . . . 701
- PRACTICAL GARDENING. Ward MacLeod. 703
- CLUB WOMEN AND CLUB LIFE. Helen M. Winslow. 706
- GIRLS' INTERESTS AND OCCUPATIONS. Priscilla Wakefield. 708
- A FISHING EXCURSION. Mary Dawson. 710
THE DECEMBER DELINEATOR. — The next issue of THE DELINEATOR will naturally show the holiday spirit, anticipating the actual period long enough to let the suggestions it contains be of service to those who are looking for advice on the most difficult of all problems—what to give. In the article on Holiday Fancy-Work many novelties will be illustrated and described.
In the series of the Pageants of Cities will appear a most interesting and appropriate paper on the Christmas festivities at Bethlehem, written by the Rev. 0. S. Schilling, for ten years a resident of the Holy Land.
Although the Bahamas lie close to the shores of North America and their genial Winter climate attracts many visitors, they are comparatively little known. Mrs. Starr writes most entertainingly of scenes in and about Nassau, the capital, and some striking illustrations are given.
Two remarkable stories—as diverse as two stories can well be having the common subject of the keeping of the festival--will be included in the number. Beulah Marie Dix describes with spirit a Christmas in Colonial New England; while Paul Laurence Dunbar tells with peculiar humor the experiences of the members of a colored congregation in New York, under the title of One Christmas at Shiloh.
From Fanny J. Crosby, the blind hymn writer, comes The Angels' Song, a beautiful tribute to the Nativity, finely illustrated by J. Allen St. John; and another artistic page shows two songs by Frank Dempster Sherman which are to be set to music.
There will be also the second installment of the Browning love-story, Dr. Murray's article on Children, a series of entertaining pastimes by Miss Beard, Special Christmas Cookery, Candy Making, Dressing the Tree, etc., etc., with all the usual departments. It will be a notable number.
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