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Issue Details: First known date: 1924... vol. 5 no. 3 1 September 1924 of The Home est. 1920 The Home
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  • July - August Number
  • Includes section, 'Plucked in the Bud - and Shown in the Blossom: From the Family Album of 18-- by the Photographers of 1924', which comprises brief biographical notes with accompanying (past and present) portraits of John B. Dalley, Leon Gellert, Montague Grover, Madge Elliott, Margaret Preston, James S. Macdonald, Norman Carter, Thea Proctor, Frank Stuart, Harry Julius, Dorothy Brunton, Harold W. Clapp, Harold Herbert, Les Robinson and F. Bennicke Hart.


* Contents derived from the 1924 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Travel Hunger, Hilary Lofting , 1924 single work prose travel (p. 2, 4)
South Sea Godsi"Eternal enigma! Your cold lips sneer mysteriously through", Alan Devereux , 1924 single work poetry (p. 10)
Note: illus.
'Life's Awkward Moments', 1924 single work prose (p. 18, 86, 89, 90, 92, 94, 96)
Virginia Gay, Patricia Blackwood , 1924 single work short story (p. 32)
The Devil's Golf Ball, or, Bunkered by Brimstone, Arthur H. Adams , 1924 single work short story (p. 36,66, 68, 70, 96)
New York, Alan Devereux , 1924 single work prose travel (p. 38-39, 62)
Note: illus.
The Bull and the China Shop : A Fablei"A Bull once shuffling down the street", L. H. Allen , 1924 single work poetry (p. 40)
In Central Australia with 33541, Vida Burns , Freda Sternberg , 1924 single work prose travel
Departing from Adelaide on 17 July 1924, journalists Vida Burns and Freda Sternberg travel by train to Oodnadatta, 'a distance of six hundred odd miles, with the idea of connecting with the Ford car that was to carry' them 'the remainder of the nine hundred miles of the journey' to Alice Springs, Burt Plains, Hermansburg and the Vale of Palms. Their 'Mission, according to newspaper telling, was "to see the country from the woman's point of view".'
(p. 46, 82, 84, 102)
Note: illus., ports
Watteau, Hilary Lofting , 1924 single work short story romance (p. 78)
Note: Written as: H. L.
A Dame Nellie Melba : Cette Chanson du Benevole Prisonnieri"'Je consens d'etre ton otage,", Rene Turck , 1924 single work poetry (p. 102)

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