This is a complete bibliography of books and journals
in Home Economics Archive: Research, Tradition, History, organized by both author and title or by publication year:
Journal Title List
Clymer, Ella Dietz
Coan, Richard W.
Coan, Titus Munson
- Autumn Airs
Harper's Bazar: October 15, 1887 (Volume XX, Number 42)
- Dress for Cold Weather
Harper's Bazar: January 7, 1888 (Volume XXI, Number 1)
- Gentle Spring
Harper's Bazar: April 28, 1888 (Volume XXI, Number 17)
- How Not to Catch Cold
Harper's Bazar: September 24, 1887 (Volume XX, Number 39)
Harper's Bazar: February 4, 1888 (Volume XXI, Number 5)
Coates, Florence Earle
Cobb, Alice G.
Cobb, George W.
Cobb, Henry Ives
- Air Conditioning
Good Housekeeping: October, 1936 (Volume 103, Number 4)
- Good Framing, Step by Step
Good Housekeeping: March, 1937 (Volume 104, Number 3)
- Insulating, Weatherstripping, and Roofing
Good Housekeeping: November, 1936 (Volume 103, Number 5)
- Studio of Architecture and Furnishings
Good Housekeeping: December, 1932 (Volume 95, Number 6)
- Two Houses with a Single Floor Plan
Good Housekeeping: March, 1933 (Volume 96, Number 3)
Cobb, Henry Ives, Jr.
- The First Floor
Good Housekeeping: March, 1923 (Volume 76, Number 3)
- Good Housekeeping Studio of Architecture and Furnishings
Good Housekeeping: July, 1932 (Volume 94, Number 7)
- Good Houses for Bad
Good Housekeeping: June, 1928 (Volume 86, Number 6)
- Latches and Locks
Good Housekeeping: March, 1926 (Volume 82, Number 3)
- A Living-Dining Room Conserves Space
Good Housekeeping: June, 1925 (Volume 80, Number 6)
- Making and Placing Bookshelves in a Simple Setting
Good Housekeeping: July, 1923 (Volume 77, Number 1)
- Planning the Bedroom
Good Housekeeping: April, 1923 (Volume 76, Number 4)
- Why You Need an Architect
Good Housekeeping: August, 1929 (Volume 89, Number 2)
Albert R. Mann Library. 2003. Home Economics Archive: Research, Tradition
and History (HEARTH). Ithaca, NY: Albert R. Mann Library, Cornell University.
http://hearth.library.cornell.edu (Version January 2003).
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