A sidewall designed by Sheila Bridges. The wallpaper has a design of pink gingham with scattered and repeating black and white vignettes in the French toile style. The vignettes feature comical illustrations of people engaged in a variety of typical Hudson Valley scenes. Included is a scene of two men posed as farmers in the style of American Gothic; a painter on the banks of the Hudson River, with a Victorian mansion in the background; Rip Van Winkle sitting in bridge traffic; a hunter being chased by a deer; a mountain scene with a sledding bear amidst the skiers; and a scene of a woman in sunglasses asking, "Do you know if they sell Hudson Valley fois gras?" as she stands next to her car (license plate reads [COUGAR]) outside a store.
Edition of Tuesday at Home Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 6. The cover has black printed text at the top and graphics below. The text reads [NATIONAL / EDITION Tuesday / at Home] with [SEPTEMBER 1971 · ISSUED MONTHLY] in the upper right corner. A list of topics discussed in the magazine is below this [BEAUTY FROM THE TOP: / CARE FOR YOUR HAIR / FROM SESAME STREET: / A READ-ALOUD STORY]. The front cover has an image of Emilio Pucci and an unidentified woman. Pucci in on the right side of the image, wearing a suit and looking at the camera. A woman in standing partially behind him in an evening dress with sequin ornamentation and beading. Text in the lower right corner reads [For the Universal Woman: The Fashions of Emilio Pucci/PAGE 10]. There are various articles and advertisements in the issue. The back cover has a Virginia Slims cigarette advertisement. The magazine has twenty-four (24) pages.
A sidewall designed by Sheila Bridges. The wallpaper is bright yellow with repeating black and white vignettes in the French toile style. The vignettes feature pastoral scenes of people engaged in a variety of leisure activities, all wearing 18th century clothing. The scenes include young men playing basketball, ladies at their toilette, a couple dancing to a boombox, a picnic scene with fried chicken and watermelon, a woman running with horses, and girls playing double dutch.