What Every Woman Should Know

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In the 1930s women had the vote, they had independence and increasingly they had money to spend. The Daily Mail was one of the first newspapers to recognize this and it led the way in women's lifestyle features. This selection of facsimile pages from 1930s editions of the Mail, with their beauty and fashion advice, cookery tips and household hints, give a revealing and entertaining insight into the preoccupations of the new consumer age.

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What Every Woman Should Know

What Every Woman Should Know

Lifestyle Lessons from the 1930s

Paperback128pp Illustrated296x210mm

9780956864208     Product Code: 219562

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In the 1930s women had the vote, they had independence and increasingly they had money to spend. The Daily Mail was one of the first newspapers to recognize this and it led the way in women's lifestyle features. This selection of facsimile pages from 1930s editions of the Mail, with their beauty and fashion advice, cookery tips and household hints, give a revealing and entertaining insight into the preoccupations of the new consumer age.

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