The Glory of Woman: Prescriptive Literature, 1930 - 1939
Chadwick, Mary. Women's Periodicity. London: N. Douglas, 1933. Chadwick addresses the physical and psychological effects of menstruation: "When crockery is broken wholesale by the domestic staff or the charwoman, the cause is often that she has her period, or it is an act of unconscious retaliation upon a mistress who, owing to the same cause, has been doing a round of petty fault-finding"
The New York Woman [serial]. New York: The New York Woman, Inc. 1936. A magazine with opinion pieces, fashions, domestic hints, and advice for working women: “…the girl who essays journalism as a career will find that she is faced by many limitations. However well she may write, her stories won’t hit the front page often enough to give her a bad case of ego.”
Pictorial Review [serial]. New York: Pictorial Review Company, 1934. A mix of poetry, short stories, current events coverage, and homemaking advice: “The business woman and the housekeeper, who hurries home from a busy shopping day or an afternoon party, face the same problem of making the most of little time. The first thing for most women to learn is that elaborate meals are not necessary…”.