For Sale is an Edition of "The Ladies Field." No. 519. February 22nd 1908. This Issue contains 20 Pages, 40 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume. This Issue has been broken down into Single Pages, however everything is present and in Very Good Condition.
1- Front Page shows a Portrait Photograph of "The Hon. Mrs. Ivor Guest."
2- The Weekly feature Article "Court and Society."
3- Article for the "Second Dublin Irish Court," held in Dublin. Showing the following Photographs. a- Miss Blake. b- Mrs. W. G. Armstrong. c- Miss Florence Bell. d- Mrs. Ernest Fitzpatrick. e- Mrs. Godfrey Webster. f- Miss Alice Bernard. g- Lady Miles. h- Mrs. Bernard Roche. i- Miss Fanny Vereker. j- Miss Maud McCormick. k- Miss Ethel Stopford. l- Miss White. m- Miss Lilla Magrane.
4- Article called "Hunting Notes," Written by Harby. Showing the following Photographs. a- A New Forest Meet. b- Bramham Moor Hounds near Armscliffe Crags. c- The Blankney at Besthorpe : Going through Collingham Wood. d- The Blankney at Besthorpe : Waiting for Hounds th Break. e- With the Craven : The Master, Mr. W.J. Yorke Scarlett, Leading.
5- The Weekly Article "Masks & Faces. Written by J. T. Grein. The Drama. - a- The Sicilian Rural Players at the Shaftesbury Theatre. b- "The Woman of Kronstadt," at the Garrick Theatre.
6- Article called "Musical Notes." With a Photograph of Miss Lily Elsie.
7- Article for "Amateur Theatricals." Written by Romany Lass.
8- Photograph of "Mr. Richard Strauss."
9- Photograph of "Mr. Tree as Paragot, at His Majesty's Theatre."
10- Article called "Scottish Notes." Written by Scotia.
11- Article called "Irish Notes." Written by Clare.
12- Article on "Arthur Melville." Written by R. S. Clouston.
13- The Weekly Article called "Causerie De Paris." Written by Frivoline.
14- Article called "Manners and Customs." - Society Children. Written by Contessa.
15- Full Page Illustration, showing a drawing of a Lady wearing "A Braided Walking- Gown at H. J. Nicoll and Co.'s, Ltd.,
16- Full Page drawing of a Lady wearing "An Afternoon Gown for Early Spring."
17- Full Page showing a drawing of a Lady wearing 5 different Hats for "The New Season's Millinery at Henry Heath's."
18- The Weekly Article "Vanitys Visions." Written by Mrs. Eric Pritchard.
19- Article called "Bavardage De Femme." Written by L'Inconnue.
20- Article called "Menage and Means." Written by Jeanne Jardine.
21- Article called "Cookery as an Education." Written by Agnes Marshall.
22- Full Page showing illustrations by Arthur for "The Newest Lace Blouses at John Barker's.
23- Full page on Competitions called "The Girls' Field."
24- Full Page Article on "Garden Notes."
25- Full Page Article on "Novels of the Day." Showing Reviews for the following Novels. a- The Orchard Thief. : by Mrs. Henry Dudeney. b- Gossip Corner. : by Walter Raymond. c- Mrs. Yanneck. : by Aceituna Griffin. d- The City of Pleasure. : by Arnold Bennett. e- Brummell. : by Cosmo Hamilton. f- Toward the Dawn. : by Halliwell Sutcliffe. g- The Black Stain. : by George R. Sims. h- Graham of Claverhouse. : by Ian Maclaren.
26- The Weekly Article "Sports and Pastimes." a- Prominent Golfers. : Miss Bertha Thompson. b- Golf Notes. c- Hockey Notes.
27- Article on "Animal Gossip. : Written by J. Lytton. Showing a Photograph of Lady Bateman with her Pekingese at Shobdon Court.
28- Full page showing an Advert called "Specialities for Travellers, at John Pound and Co.s." showing illustrations of the following. a- The New Expanding Top Suit-Case. b- Lady's Fitted Dressing-Case. c- Expanding Shirt-Case. d- The New Perfected Kit-Bag.
29- The Weekly Article on "Recent Weddings." with Portraits. a- Miss G.M. Dunsmure to Captain J. A. Legge. b- Miss L. Lee to Mr. J. S. Stewart-Wallace. c- Miss D. M. O'Beirne to Mr. R. Bradshaw. d- Miss E. Rider to Mr. P. H. French. e- Miss E. Fitzgerald to Mr. H. M. V. Barron.
30- The Weekly Article called "Saunters Through the Shops." Written by Tourmaline. Looking at the following Shops. a- Henry Heath's. b- John Barker's. c- W. Wallace & Co.'s. d- Redmayne's. e- Maison Nicol. f- The Hanan-Gingell Shoe Company. g- T. James's.
31- The Weekly Article called "Motor Notes." Showing a Photograph of "A Novel Car for Doctors, designed by Argyll Motors, Limited."