People's Home Journal

People's Home Journal was a monthly magazine published in the United States from 1897 to 1939. The magazine covered a wide range of topics related to the home and family, including fashion, cooking, health, and homemaking.Image:peoples-home-journal-sample-cover

People's Home Journal was first published in 1897 by the Ridgway Company, a well-known publisher of magazines and books. The magazine quickly became popular with middle-class women, thanks to its practical advice and engaging stories.

Over the years, People's Home Journal became known for its focus on the everyday concerns of women. The magazine featured articles on a range of topics related to the home, including interior design, entertaining, and childcare.

People's Home Journal also featured contributions from well-known writers and illustrators, including Edith Wharton, Jack London, and Norman Rockwell. The magazine's covers were also noteworthy, featuring beautiful illustrations and photographs that highlighted the latest fashions and homemaking trends.

In 1939, People's Home Journal was merged with Woman's Home Companion, another popular women's magazine of the time. The new publication, called Woman's Home Companion and People's Home Journal, continued to cover similar topics related to the home and family.

Today, People's Home Journal remains an important part of the history of American women's magazines. Its focus on practical advice and engaging stories helped to shape the popular image of the American housewife and homemaker in the early 20th century.{{Categories}}

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