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Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Gotta Love Good Housekeeping Vintage Covers
So when I stumbled upon the Good Housekeeping Vintage Cover Gallery I couldn't help but show you some of the cover I love.
I just love the cover above from the February 1918 issue of Good Housekeeping and the November 1921 issue. Every time I look at them I think of my sister and I. How sweet are they?
The cover below from March 1920 is also a favorite of mine. Now I wonder why that is? Could it be a little girl sewing?
Then again the cover from August 1922 could also be a sentimental favorite. A little girl and her beloved dog at the beach.
Then with my love of reading I could easily go with the February 1920 cover as a favorite.
Then again my sister and I could select the June 1927 cover as a sentimental favorite. We both love beautiful flowers.
Gotta love Good Housekeeping vintage covers.