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Ladies' Home Journal (1883)

Home Journal, the (1846–1901)

How To Read: Regionalism and the Ladies' Home Journal

Dublin Castle and the First Home Rule Crisis: The Political Journal of Sir George Fottrell, 1884–1887

Jennifer Scanlon. Inarticulate Longings: The Ladies' Home Journal, Gender, and the Promises of Consumer Culture. New York: Routledge. 1995. Pp. x, 278. Cloth $59.95, paper $16.95

PHILLIPS, Robert Randal (1878 - 1967), journalist; editor of Homes and Gardens from founding in 1919 till 1941; formerly for many years editor of The Architects’ and Builders’ Journal and The Architectural Review and general editor of publications issued by Technical Journals, Ltd English correspondent of The Architectural Forum, Boston; established Details, 1908

DUNSTAN, Edgar Grieve (1890 - 1963), Secretary, Friends’ Home Service Cttee, 1935–52; Editor of The Wayfarer, Quaker Monthly Journal, 1929–45, incorporating Quaker World Service (1934); Gov. Hollington Park School, St Leonards-on-Sea, since 1950

WHEELER, Arthur Henry (died 1935), travelled in South America and the West Indies; contributed to various newspapers and periodicals; founder and first editor of the Home and Colonial Mail, a weekly journal devoted to planting and commercial interests

Inarticulate Longings: The Ladies' Home Journal, Gender,and the Promises of Consumer Culture. By Jennifer Scanlon (New York: Routledge, 1995. x plus 278pp. $59.95/hardcover $16.95/paperback)

Selling Culture: Magazines, Markets, and Class at the Turn of the Century. By Richard Ohmann. New York: Verso and Inarticulate Longings: The Ladies' Home Journal, Gender, and the Promises of Consumer Culture. By Jennifer Scanlon. New York: Routledge

Helen Damon-Moore. Magazines for the Millions: Gender and Commerce in the Ladies'Home Journal and the Saturday Evening Post 1880–1910. Albany: State University of New York Press. 1994. Pp. x, 263. $17.95

The stem cell army in heart failure: do we mobilize or pave the way home?The opinions expressed in this article are not necessarily those of the Editors of the European Heart Journal or of the European Society of Cardiology.

KENT, Albert Frank Stanley (1863 - 1958), late 2nd Lieut in Territorial Army; Quartermaster and Musketry Instructor to local Home Guard; engaged in physiological research; lately conducting special Government inquiry into conditions of industrial occupations; Editor-in-Chief for Great Britain of the Journal of Industrial Hygiene

ROWLETTE, Robert James (1873 - 1944), Lt-Col late RAMC; a representative of Dublin University in the Senate of Ireland; King’s Professor of Materia Medica and Pharmacy, Trinity College, Dublin; Physician to Mercer’s Hospital, Dublin; Consulting Physician to the Royal Hospital for Incurables, Dublin; Consulting Visitor in Lunacy; Consulting Physician to Colonial Office; to Stillorgan Convalescent Home; and to Royal National Hospital, Newcastle, Co. Wicklow; Editor of Journal of The Irish Free State Medical Union; Member of the Medical Registration Council, and of the Dental Board, Irish Free State; Pres. of Irish Branch of Parliamentary Association; of RCP of Ireland; and of Royal Academy of Medicine of Ireland; a Trustee of National Health Insurance Society, Ireland, and Vice-Chairman of General Committee; Pres. of the Section of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, BMA, 1933

 

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(1846–1901),

weekly magazine, founded by N.P. Willis and G.P. Morris as an outgrowth of the New-York Mirror. It was devoted to society news, gossip, light essays, and verse. Willis remained ...

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