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The Complete Home by Clara E. Laughlin - 1912

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Clara Elizabeth Laughlin (1873-1941) was born in New York City and attended school in Chicago. She graduated from Chicago High School in 1890; did not attend college. She was literary editor for The Interior (Chicago) from age 18 for 10 years; and author of over 35 books. She contributed to many literary magazines and was a manuscript reader and literary advisor for several publishers. She gave weekly radio talks on travel for the Chicago Daily News station in the 1920's, and founded Clara Laughlin Travel Services, circa 1922, specializing in foreign travel advice for women. Laughlin published the travel series, So you're going to...; and edited the So You're Going news travel magazine. Other writings include biographies, historical subjects, novels, short stories, and plays. This book "The Complete Home" was from a "Series Of Books For Women" which were all by Clara Laughlin. It is covered in red cloth with gold lettering and artwork on both cover and spine. The cloth is a little faded with very little wear or tearing. The spine is solid with no loose pages. There are 313 pages. Published by D. Appleton and Company, NY and London - 1912.

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