Published April 1, 1958
Surrounded by tall trees, an inviting backyard and garden in full bloom stretch out behind a single-story brick home. A small circular patio is fitted out for entertaining with a set of blue and white director's chairs, a round table, and an outdoor grill. Atop the blue shingled roof sits a small white cupola with its own blue dome. Nowell Ward created this cover for the April 1958 issue of Living for Young Homemakers.
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