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Publisher: WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION~c.THE CROWELL PUBL CO
VINTAGE 1920'S ? OOP
~Porcelain & China Painting STUDY BOOK
~ STUDIES
~ VINTAGE~1920's
~CHINA PAINTING
~COVER PANTED BY EMMA MUSSELMAN
~1920's
~PUBLISHED BY WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION
~COPYRIGHT BY THE CROWELL PUBLISHING CO.
~CHINA PAINTING~
~INCLUDING
~DECORATION in ENAMELS and LUSTER also
PAINTING on GLASS and METAL~
~PUBLISHED by WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION
381 FOURTH AVENUE,NEW YORK CITY
~COPYRIGHT by THE CROWELL PUBLISHING COMPANY~
~PRICE 25 cents
THE COVER IS PAINTED by EMMA MUSSELMAN
OTHER ARTISTS NAMED
~DESIGN by ELIZABETH MACKENZIE ROTH
~DESIGN by ELIZABETH M. ROTH
~DESIGN by JETTA EHLERS
~DESIGN by HARRIET V. FURNESS
~ARTICLES INCLUDED ARE
1-CHINA DECORATION
A 3 PAGE INSTRUCTIONS WITH MATERIALS NEEDED FOR THIS ART

2-PLATES in FRUIT and FLOWER DESIGNS~
~FOR BREAKFAST,DESSERT AND AFTERNOON TEA

3-FRUIT SET DECORATED in NATURAL COLORS

4-A PERIOD CHOCOLATE SET~
WITH A TEA-TABLE COVER AND NAPKINS TO MATCH

5-INDIVIDUAL BREAKFAST SET~
~PAINTED IN BRIGHT ENAMELS

6-DESIGNS FOR CHINA
~ILLUSTRATED ON COVER

7-THE CHEROKEE ROSE~
~DESIGN FOR A ~GOOD NIGHT~ SET

8-~THE BLUEBIRD FOR HAPPINESS ~
~DESIGN FOR A TEA SET

9-FOR FLOWERS AND PLANTS
~FANCY HOLDERS WITH QUAINT DESIGNS

10-A PAIR OF CANDLESTICKS
AND OTHER ODD PIECES

11-PUSSY CAT CHINA
for THE CHILDREN

~12-PAINTED WOODEN WARE
~LITTLE THINGS THAT MAKE ATTRACTIVE GIFTS

13-PAINTING ON GLASS~
~ A FACINATING HOBBY

14-LUSTER CHINA
~AFTER DINNER COFFEE SET IN BRILLIANT
BLACK WITH SILVER LINING

15-TWO CHARMING PITCHERS
~IN COPPER LUSTER

16-LUSTER GLASS~
STUNNING EFFECTS REQUIRING VERY
LITTLE WORK

17-WITH STENCIL AND PAINT~
~AN OIL-CLOTH LUNCHEON SET DECORATED
IN ONE-SIZE DESIGN

18-LUNCHEON SET~PAINTED IN COLORFUL DESIGN

19-SWEET GRASS DOILIES FOR THE TABLE

20-A DECORATIVE CAKE BOX
~THAT SURELY OUGHT NOT HIDE ITS GLORY
IN A CLOSET

21-MORE DESIGNS
~FOR PAINTING ON METAL

22-HAND-PAINTED PLACE CARDS
THAT ADD THEIR OWN NOTE OF COLOR
TO ANY TABLE DECORATION
~DESIGNED BY ELIZABETH M. ROTH

23-FULL SIZE DESIGNS FOR PLACE CARDS

24 DECORATIVE LITTLE LIGHTS~
~ FOR THE HOUSE

25-SMART NECLACES WITH PAINTED ORNAMENTS
~~MODELED FROM CLAY

26-MAKING A PARCHMENT SCONCE SHADE

~A WONDERFUL 32 PAGE BOOKLET
~BLACK AND WHITE ON SLICK PAPER
~A TRUE TREASURE

~ THE COVER ARTIST -
~EMMA MUSSELMAN WAS an illustrator in
the 1920's for Ladies Home Journal and
other publications.
~Emma was an artist for the fashion
ads both in magazines and newsprint.
~She also made paper dolls for some publications.
I OBTAINED SOME INFORMATION THAT SHE
WAS A MEMBER OF THE MUSSELMANN~PRODUCE COMPANY~
Emma Musselman WAS BORN IN 1880~ DIED IN 1966
M. Emma Musselman beautifully drawn
in a two page article with all the latest fashionable attire for the lady of SPRING
1910 taken from the March, 1910 issue of Woman's Home Companion Magazine.
IT IS A TWO large 12 x 17 pages with a scene
of four women on a veranda in lovely and
elaborately embroidered dainty dresses and
natty suits for spring with images of the
actual National Cloak and Suit catalog surrounded by a sample of the fabrics of
1910.
This is a wonderful example of the deft
artistry of M. Emma Musselman and a lovely
black and white image of this by-gone era.
Paper dolls and toys followed in
Woman's Home Companion throughout
the 1920s:
Henry Anson Bart and his paper toys,
dolls by fashion illustrator Emma Musselman,
Frances Tipton Hunter's MUSSELMAN, M. EMMA
Interior Artwork;
Ladies Home Journal Sept’09 Interior Artwork; Woman’s Home Companion Mar ’15 Ladies' Journal.
He was the publisher, and she was the editor.
~ The supplement quickly developed into
a magazine, which was named Ladies' Home
Journal and became a prototype
for other women's magazines.
It was still being published at the
beginning of the twenty-first century.
M.E. Musselman may have been Emma
Musselman, a fashion illustrator for
Ladies' Home Journal.
She was an illustrator in the 1920's for
Ladies Home Journal and others.


Crowell Publishing Company was founded in
1878 by editor John S. Crowell, Springfield
agricultural manufacturer

P. P. Mast and Mast's nephew Thomas Kirkpatrick. It acquired Woman's Home
Companion (originally Ladies’ Home
Companion) in 1885.

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