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
Northend, Mary Harrod
- Colonial Cupboards
Good Housekeeping: July, 1926 (Volume 83, Number 1)
- The Day Bed of Yesterday and Today
Good Housekeeping: March, 1920 (Volume 70, Number 3)
- Desks and Decoration
Good Housekeeping: February, 1922 (Volume 74, Number 2)
- The Modern Use of Tiles Indoors and Out
Good Housekeeping: February, 1927 (Volume 84, Number 2)
- The Old Time Treasure Chest
Good Housekeeping: February, 1926 (Volume 82, Number 2)
- A Table for Everything and Every Table in Its Place
Good Housekeeping: October, 1926 (Volume 83, Number 4)
- The Up-to-Date Nursery
Good Housekeeping: December, 1919 (Volume 69, Number 6)
Norton, Alice P.
- Domestic Science as a Social Factor
Lake Placid Conference Proceedings: September, 1904 (Volume 6)
- Edna Day Hyde
Journal of Home Economics: October, 1915 (Volume 7, Number 8)
- The Graduate School of Home Economics. Under the Auspices of the American Home Economics Association
Journal of Home Economics: April, 1912 (Volume 4, Number 2)
- Home Economics From the Standpoint of the Grade Teacher
Journal of Home Economics: December, 1911 (Volume 3, Number 5)
- Is There a Standard Budget?
Journal of Home Economics: April, 1920 (Volume 12, Number 4)
- A Lesson in Cookery in the Elementary School
Journal of Home Economics: December, 1910 (Volume 2, Number 6)
- Training the Pen to Keep Step with the Laboratory
Bulletin of the American Home Economics Association: December, 1916 (Series 4, Number 5)
- What Shall We Do with Time Set Free by Modern Methods?
Lake Placid Conference Proceedings: September, 1902 (Volume 4)
Norton, Alice Peloubet
Norton, Charles L.
Norton, Helen Ward
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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