Volumes 39 and 40 of 1917–18 were entitled The Girls Own Paper and Woman's Magazine; presumably the two publications were merged for economy purposes as a result of World War I. Cover is in good condition for its age, beveled boards. JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. 357, October 30, 1886 VIII. pages, but they include Noel Streatfeild, Eleanor Hoyt Brainerd, Rosa Nouchette Carey, Sarah Doudney (1841–1926), Angela Brazil, Lucy Maud Montgomery, Richmal Crompton, Fanny Fern, and Baroness Orczy. By 1951 it was called Heiress incorpo… Some rubbing and shadowing in FEP and BEP. Welcome Guest! In a half calf binding. var user = 'tbward'; The weekly editions were about sixteen pages long (three columns of small print, with plenty of illustrations), and were annually collected into bound volumes called, sensibly enough, The Girl's Own Annual. The first weekly number of The Girl's Own Paper appeared on 3 January 1880. We hope that this will prove a useful resource for researchers, collectors and anyone interested in young women's literature from a bygone age. The Girl's Own Paper, a weekly periodical costing one penny, started publication in January 1880. Would you like to log yourself in? In October 1929, the title became The Girl's Own Paper and Woman's Magazine but in 1930 the Woman's Magazine became a separate publication. Johns, and Laura Ingalls Wilder. The paper funded[2] and serialised the exploits of the explorer Kate Marsden in the 1890s when she was lauded by the Royal Geographical Society.[3]. Postal Address: The Lutterworth Press PO Box 60 Cambridge CB1 2NT United Kingdom. The Girl's Own Paper (G.O.P.) Click here for instructions on enabling javascript in your browser. US Dollars; Pounds Sterling ; 0 items; Home . Paid permission to use these illustrations comes from James Clarke & Co. Ltd/The Lutterworth Press. The publication included articles on fashion, style and self improvement, and in later issues advice of careers and job prospects. 354, October 9, 1886 Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Extracts from the Index may be used and distributed for any non-commercial activity as long as this notice is included in full with the extracts. All scanned material copyright The Lutterworth Press.. The magazine also featured numerous serialised short stories. Lutterworth Press from 1939 - 1963 Purnell & Sons Ltd 1963 - 1965 BPC Publishing Ltd 1965 - 1967 It ran for a total of 2511 issues, making it one of the largest story papers published in the UK. Home > About Our Magazines > The Girl's Own Paper > The Girl's Own Paper 1880 See the Full Index. Girl's Own Paper was a British story paper catering for girls and young women published between 1880 and 1956. In October 1929, the title became The Girl's Own Paper and Woman's Magazine but in 1930 the Woman's Magazine became a separate publication. It was originally published by the Religious Tract Society but was taken over by Lutterworths Press.. Publishing history. The Boy's Own Paper was a British story paper aimed at young and teenage boys, published from 1879 to 1967. 64, April 1943 by W.E.) As with its male counterpart The Boy's Own Paper, the magazine was published by the Religious Tract Society (which subsequently became Lutterworth Press). The Girl's Own Paper: | ||The Girl's Own Paper|| was a British |story paper| catering to girls and young women, p... World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled. Girls Own Paper; Queen's visit, 1958; College Hall group, 1955; three-bears; Joe Orton in 1967; Services and Facilities; Help and Training; About Us; Information for... Undergraduates. // End --> The household section at the back of each issue of The Girl’s Own Paper and Woman’s Magazine, to me one of the most fascinating parts, begins in January 1916 with an article entitled Dishes for the January Parties – How to obtain good Effects from Simple Means by Kate Radnor. The Religious Tract Society, founded 1799, 56 Paternoster Row and 65 St. Paul's Chuchyard and 164 Piccadilly, was the original name of a major British publisher of tracts of Christian literature intended initially for evangelism, and including literature aimed at children, women, and the poor.. The contents of the index to the Girl's Own Paper is © Honor Ward. Externally, a trifle rubbed. Coronavirus. Between 1940 and 1947 Captain W. E. Johns contributed sixty stories featuring the female pilot Worrals.[4]. He is happy to be contacted by anyone with queries about the GOP or the Index. VIII, No. The images and text may not be reproduced in any form without permission from The Lutterworth Press (contact us here). No. 358, November 6, 1886. Book from Project Gutenberg: The Girl's Own Paper, Vol. The GOP moved in 1902 to a more professional publishing address, "The Girl's Own Paper" Office, 4 Bouverie Street, in the Fleet Street area of London. Offering a combination of stories and educational and improving articles, it was highly influential for generations of young British women and girls, and provided an outlet for many female writers. [Please enable Javascript to view email address.] In December 1947 the name was changed to The Girl's Own Paper and Heiress. Write to Us. In December 1947 the name was changed to The Girl's Own Paper and Heiress. See the Full Index. From the 1930s, a greater proportion of its material was directed at younger readers. About Me: The Girl's Own Annual collects weekly publications of the Girl's Own Paper and combines them in a lovely hardcover text.The illustrations used for this collection of greeting cards are from two annuals -- 1893 and 1896. Wear is mostly around the edges and spine (very faded). As with its male counterpart The Boy's Own Paper, the magazine was published by the Religious Tract Society (which subsequently became Lutterworth Press). In 1956 Heiress closed down, and the name "Girl's Own Paper" ceased to exist. Postgraduates . The original index was compiled by Honor Ward, and a version of the fiction index has appeared in print in the Girl's Own Guide (E. Honor Ward, A&B Whitworth, 1992).