Godey's Magazine

Goody's Lady's Book, July 1888. Goody's Lady's Book, July 1888.

Godey's Magazine was an American women's magazine published in the nineteenth century. Godey's Magazine was first published in 1830 as The Lady's Book. In about 1840 it became known as Godey’s Lady’s Book. Later it became simply known as 'Godey's Magazine'. Godey’s Magazine ceased publication in 1898 and was absorbed by another magazine called The Puritan.

Godey’s Magazine contained many articles and illustrations relating to decorative needlework of various kinds. It also included extracts from needlework books and articles by various authors, including Miss Lambert, an English author who published several influential books about needlework.


Digital source (retrieved 15 March 2016).

Digital source of illustration (retrieved 8 June 2016).


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