Newton, Earle; Hard, Walter R. [editors]. Vermont Life Magazine: Vol. I. No. 1 to Vol. XXIV. No. 4. Complete run from 1946-1970, 96 issues. Vermont State Development Commission, 1946-1970.
Bound in 7 green cloth buckram bindings, title and volume numbers on the spines. 24 years of this quarterly, with the wrappers for each issue bound in. Each volume has the ink name stamp of the former owner on the end papers. Otherwise clean. The volumes measure 8 1/2 x 11 inches, and the set takes up nearly 16 inches of shelf space. There are 40-60 pp. in each of the 96 issues. In skimming through the set we find one page detached and laid in. Very good. Hardcover. 
"Vermont Life was a quarterly regional magazine focusing on the Vermont lifestyle. It was published by the State of Vermont and was read by Vermont residents and those who live outside the state. The headquarters was in Montpelier. It was known for its scenic photography and articles about Vermont's food/agriculture, arts, outdoor recreation and entrepreneurs." - wikipedia.
This is a delightful magazine with gorgeous color photography. It captures the Vermont way of life from a by-gone era. Vermont history, biography, antiques, the arts, fishing, hunting, skiing, camping, all of these are here and more.