The Delineator. January, 1926
Published monthly by The Butterick Publishing Co., New York, N.Y. Subscription $2 a year.

Entire issue reproduced as facsimile page images. 74 pages

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np Front Cover
70 Table of Contents
6 "Runaway" is a story by Albert Payson Terhune, "whose stories of champion dogs begin appearing in this issue."
15 "Christmas in Delineator Homes" by The Delineator's Department of House Decoration and Home Building.
20 "What Price Beauty?" shows how to furnish a house, room by room, at three different income levels. Costs are included.
21 "The Home Gymnasium" discusses the requirements and benefits of regular exercise, especially as a way to lower the death rate among young women.
22 "Has it Beauty?" advocates the search for beauty in material things as well as in life experiences.
23 Paris fashion sketches and Butterick patterns imitate the French designer look.
35 Advertisement for Campbell's Soup.
39 Advertisement for Fleischmann's Yeast includes a testimonial about the its ability to relieve constipation.
40 Whole wheat flour recipes accompany a discussion of whole wheat's nutritional benefits and improved storage qualities.
41 Advertisement for Listerine promotes it as a means of controlling bad breath.
49 Advertisement for Kotex stresses that women who use these sanitary napkins will have a more active and sociable lifestyle.