Industry awards 1999: Consumer marketing
- Inside Russia. Kennedy, M.; Dragadze, P. // House Beautiful;May89, Vol. 131 Issue 5, p41
Discusses how `House Beautiful' was given the rare opportunity to photograph 19th-century Russian country homes last summer. Visits the historic homes of 19th-century poet Alexander Pushkin.
- Beyond the pretty pictures. Gropp, Louis Oliver // House Beautiful;May95, Vol. 137 Issue 5, p75
Opinion. Comments on the author's desire for a new feature for House Beautiful when he became the editor in chief.
- What styles reveal. Pittel, Christine // House Beautiful;Nov96, Vol. 138 Issue 11, p29
Details how the `House Beautiful' magazine, in its 100th year of publication, was able to reflect the architectural taste of each era in the United States. Description of the inaugural issue of the magazine; Kind of articles it published; Editorial voice of the magazine.
- A WARM ADIEU. Grapp, Louis Oliver // House Beautiful;Oct2000, Vol. 142 Issue 10, p117
Focuses on the resignation of the editor-in-chief of the `House Beautiful' periodical for 2000.
- BENCH MARKS. Weinrib, Mary-Ellen // House Beautiful;Jan2001, Vol. 143 Issue 1, p116
Describes four home kitchens in the United States which were featured in several issues of `House Beautiful' magazine since 1924.
- talent. // House Beautiful;May2001, Vol. 143 Issue 5, p24
Introduces several journalists who wrote articles in the May 2001 issue of the magazine `House Beautiful.'
- Swing Time! // House Beautiful;May2001, Vol. 143 Issue 5, p156
Presents several photographs of chandeliers that were featured in several issues of `House Beautiful' magazine from 1925 to 2000.
- Viva la Feedback! // House Beautiful;Oct2001, Vol. 143 Issue 10, p30
Presents some letters to the editors and readers of `House Beautiful' as of October 2001.
- Ask the Experts. Kovel, Ralph; Kovel, Terry // House Beautiful;Nov98, Vol. 140 Issue 11, p186
Details the origin and estimates the value of antique objects based on the photographs sent by the readers of `House Beautiful.' Information on teapot marked Phoenix China, Czechoslovakia; Dishes with orange and gold pattern; Chest covered with painted pigskin.