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Sent: 18 August 2011 07:46 This post reminds me of a book, "Roughing It in the Suburbs," by Valerie Korinek. It's focus is Canadian, but the period is right, 1950s and 1960s. Valerie looked at Chatelaine magazine, which is sort of Canada's Red Book. I think her focus was on sly subversions but it might still be of interest. She was on my M.A. committee at the University of Saskatchewan and be reached via the History Dept there. Clay Andrew Poupart M.A. Ph.D candidate, History Dept. Vanderbilt University Email: email@example.com ________________________________________ From: Lesley Hall [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: 17 August 2011 20:01 I've been thinking this one over and I would suspect that the vast majority of women were much more likely to get this sort of guidance from women's magazines, rather than actual book-length volumes.