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Pictured is the August 1912, Volume 22, No. 7 edition of Home Life. It was published by the Balch Publishing Co. in Chicago. The additional pictures are, from left, a two-page spread advertising popular every day clothes and nightwear, current news of the day (including pictures, from top to bottom and left to right, of Anna Randolph Heth wearing Maryha Washington's clothes, Titanic survivors in Liverpool, Vincent Walsh McLean, a baby worth one billion dollars, atop his father's prize winning thoroughbred, an 80-year-old father of twins, a hydro-aeroplane stationed aboard the battleship Hibernia, Claudia Lyon, daughter of Colonel Cecil A. Lyon, a 130 pound baby, Senator Bacon of Georgia with a spade in his hand and Senator Ben Tillman of South Carolina looking on, and Harriet Quimby, the first woman to win an aeroplane-pilot's license in America and the first American woman to fly the English channel), and a Coca Cola ad on the back.