Various - The Girl's Own Paper. November 1931. 11" x 8¼", 66pp inc. covr, magazine. Contents: Crosswords; Competetion results for September, '31; Our Post Bag; Nancy-Rose by Dora Olive thompson, illus. Gordon Browne (chapters 4-6 inc. of a continuing serial); The Last Caribou Hunt by W. Macmillan (complete short story); Sourires [smiles] (short, in French); Fun for the Social by Muriel C. Sherwin (ideas); Deputies by Ierne Ormsby (complete short story); Founders of Wat End School by Theodora Wilson Wilson (sic), illus. J. R. Burgess (continuing serial); Lighting the Beacon by May Wynne (complete short story); Fir Cone Toys (short); Fireworks for Girls by Alan St. H. Brock; The Autumn Crocus by Mary Carlisle (flowers, short); At the Crossreoads by D. E. Albrighton (thought for the day type of thing); Number Five the Pussery by E. M. De Foubert, illus John De Walton (chapters 3 and 4 of a continuing serial); The Emergency by S. Beresford Lucas (complete short story); A Modern Crusade by May Marshall (short, Toc H, 1915-1918). Adverts. Illustrated with a colour cover (front girls playing leap-frog, back Brocks Firework add.) and within the text with monochrome drawings and the odd photograph. The individual magazines are more interesting than the annuals because they contain adverts, competitions and the full letters section; they are also considerably more scarce.
Cover 'dusty' with slight edge-wear; previous owner's name pencilled at top of front cover; crossword completed; painting competition partially, neatly, completed; small pink mark on page 83; a good, generally clean copy.
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