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The Flapper's Magazette.
Furniss, V. F.
[Teddington,England]: [ between 1924 and 1933?].
24 pp. ill. (watercolor and ink) 17.1 cm.
A homemade manuscript by a girl that is a parody/homage to the 1920s magazine for young women.
The illustrations include "When will he come," "The chieftain's daughter," "Not the flapper this time,"Waiting for dinner," "Une fee,"A gipsy," "Before the ball." "Little Miss Patriot," "The Tennis Girl," "Waiting for the Car," "Those Boys," and "The Charming Flapper." Some of the figures may be an older sister of the author.
The drawing on p. 3 is signed "V. Furniss;" the ones on pp. 6 and and 12-13 signed "V.F.F.;" and the others are signed "V. F." The author/illustrator's first name may have been "Vivienne" or "Vivian" (on p. 9 readers are directed to return entries to "Vivie Wivie").
Localised from the reference on p. 9 to the magazine's editorial offices in Teddington, a suburb in Richmond on Thames, London.
Dated from the contest to complete the limerick about Clara Bow: "There was a young lady of Bow/ Who attended a cinema show ..." p. 16.
Contents also include a competition to complete a face with the parts provided.
Pale gray pictorial wrappers.