The Publishers Trade List Annual

41 , 92 History and Procedure of the House of Representatives , The . Alexander . ... House and Home Papers . Stowe . 103 House at High ... Hawthorne 17 , 43 , 44 , House with the Silver Door , The , Tappan .. 101 Houseboat on the Nile ...

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The World s Paper Trade Review

... of bank notes . frequently drawn up and sent home to the applicants . FILTERS MADE FROM GLAZED CLAY.TRADE MARKS . ... Difficulties frehas obtained great success , for not only is quently arise at the custom house from a cement used ...

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ISBN: NYPL:33433069084907

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From Catharine Beecher to Martha Stewart

Making Homes. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1931. Smith, Bertha. ''The Gospel of Simplicity as Applied to Tenement Homes.'' Craftsman, October 1905, 81–91. ... House and Home Papers. ... ''Trade Secrets House and the U.S. Builder, The.

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Author: Sarah A. Leavitt

Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press

ISBN: 9780807860380

Category: Social Science

Page: 272

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Today's domestic-advice writers--women such as Martha Stewart, Cheryl Mendelson, and B. Smith--are part of a long tradition, notes Sarah Leavitt. Their success rests on a legacy of literature that has focused on the home as an expression of ideals. Here, Leavitt crafts a fascinating genealogy of domestic advice, based on her readings of hundreds of manuals spanning 150 years of history. Over the years, domestic advisors have educated women about everything from modernism and morality to sanitation and design. Their writings helped create the idealized vision of home held by so many Americans, Leavitt says. Investigating cultural themes in domestic advice written since the mid-nineteenth century, she demonstrates that these works, which found meaning in kitchen counters, parlor rugs, and bric-a-brac, have held the interest of readers despite vast changes in women's roles and opportunities. Domestic-advice manuals have always been the stuff of fantasy, argues Leavitt, demonstrating cultural ideals rather than cultural realities. But these rich sources reveal how women understood the connection between their homes and the larger world. At its most fundamental level, the true domestic fantasy was that women held the power to reform their society through first reforming their homes.

German Foreign trade Organization

The terms usually granted by American houses are two and three months and as much as six months by the German houses . There is no home production of paper in the Dominican Republic . ECUADOR . tem Thi MODSU ibe ( Board of Trade Journal ...

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Author: United States. Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce

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ISBN: HARVARD:LI5CQ7

Category: Germany

Page: 182

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American Literary Gazette and Publishers Circular

House and Home Papers . By Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe . ... GILBERT & TAYLOR , DUBUQUE , Iowa , JOSEPH LORD , ALBANY , N. Y. , Want Publishers ' Net Trade Lists . ... Wants Publishers ' Net Trade and Retail Price Lists . WM .

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American Literary Gazette and Publishers Circular

House and Home Papers . By Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe . ... GILBERT & TAYLOR , DUBUQUE , IOWA , JOSEPH LORD , ALBANY , N. Y. , Want Publishers ' Net Trade Lists . ... Wants Publishers ' Net Trade and Retail Price Lists . WM .

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Author: Charles R. Rode

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ISBN: UOM:39015071097623

Category: American literature

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Racial Indigestion

Works: Agnes of Sorrento, 116; The American Woman's Home, 7, 44, 222–223n48; House and Home Paper, 43; “Our Second Girl,” 43–44. See also Uncle Tom's Cabin sugar: dietetic reform and, 81; principled refusal to consume, 134; slave trade ...

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Author: Kyla Wazana Tompkins

Publisher: NYU Press

ISBN: 9780814770023

Category: History

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Winner of the 2013 Lora Romero First Book Publication Prize presented by the American Studies Association The act of eating is both erotic and violent, as one wholly consumes the object being eaten. At the same time, eating performs a kind of vulnerability to the world, revealing a fundamental interdependence between the eater and that which exists outside her body. Racial Indigestion explores the links between food, visual and literary culture in the nineteenth-century United States to reveal how eating produces political subjects by justifying the social discourses that create bodily meaning. Combing through a visually stunning and rare archive of children's literature, architectural history, domestic manuals, dietetic tracts, novels and advertising, Racial Indigestion tells the story of the consolidation of nationalist mythologies of whiteness via the erotic politics of consumption. Less a history of commodities than a history of eating itself, the book seeks to understand how eating became a political act, linked to appetite, vice, virtue, race and class inequality and, finally, the queer pleasures and pitfalls of a burgeoning commodity culture. In so doing, Racial Indigestion sheds light on contemporary “foodie” culture's vexed relationship to nativism, nationalism and race privilege.

Forest Service Research Paper SE

An investigation of the organized second home community market in Georgia to determine if property owners receive or will receive ... House and Home . ... The Federal Trade Commission and consumer protection in the land sales industry .

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Turning Houses into Homes

46. 57 The Times, Trade Supplement, 28 February 1920. 58 Ryan, D. (1997), The Ideal Home Exhibitions Through the Twentieth Century. 59 Le Corbusier (1927), Towards a New Architecture, p. 13. 60 Daily Express (1935), The Home of Today.

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Author: Clive Edwards

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351877275

Category: History

Page: 304

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From the earliest times, people have striven to turn their houses into homes through the use of decoration and furnishings, stimulating in turn a major commercial sector dedicated to offering the products and services essential to feed the ever-changing dictates of domestic fashion. Whilst there is plentiful evidence to show that these phenomena can be traced to medieval times, it is arguable that the eighteenth century witnessed the birth of a widespread and sophisticated consumer society. With a comparatively wealthy and socially mobile society, eighteenth-century Britain proved to be a fertile ground for ideas of home improvement and beautification, which were to persist to the present day. Turning Houses into Homes not only maps the history, changes, development and structure of the retail furnishing industry in Britain over three centuries, but also examines the relationships between the retailer and the consumer, looking at how retailers helped stimulate and shape the demand of their customers. Whilst work has been done on specific aspects of the home, very little has been written on the interaction between the retailer and consumer, and the pressures brought to bear on them by issues such as gender, education, status, symbolism, taste, decoration, hygiene, comfort and entertainment. As such, this book offers a valuable conjunction of retail history and consumption practices, which are examined through a multi-disciplinary approach to explore both their intimate connections and their wider roles in society.

The Literary Life of Things

... House and Home Papers, written during the Civil War, to Franzen's novel The Corrections, which was published in September 2001, as coincidence would have it, in the week of the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.

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Author: Babette Bärbel Tischleder

Publisher: Campus Verlag

ISBN: 9783593500065

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 292

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Whether in the street or the microcosm of the home, the life of things conjoins human subjects and inanimate objects. This material culture has long played a vital role in the American literary imagination, yet scholars in literary and cultural studies have only recently (re)discovered the object world as a subject of critical inquiry. Engaging a great range of American literature--from Harriet Beecher Stowe and Edith Wharton to Vladimir Nabokov and Jonathan Franzen--The Literary Life of Things illuminates scenes of animation that disclose the aesthetic, affective, and ethical dimensions of our entanglement with the material world.

Report of the Federal Security Agency

Papers : ( 1 ) Transportation and Communication . ( 2 ) General Survey of Massachusetts ... ( 3 ) Trade with Africa and the Indies ( including the Slave trade ) . ... Papers : ( 1 ) Homes and Home Life ( 2 ) Sports and Amusements .

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Author: United States. Office of Education

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ISBN: UCAL:B3152882

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Report of the Commissioner of Education

Papers : ( 1 ) Transportation and Communication . ( 2 ) General Survey of Massachusetts ... ( 3 ) Trade with Africa and the Indies ( including the Slave trade ) . ... Papers : ( 1 ) Homes and Home Life ( 2 ) Sports and Amusements .

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Author: United States. Office of Education

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924067337406

Category: Education

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Pulp and Paper Investigation Hearings

House. Select Committee on Pulp and Paper Investigation. The CHAIRMAN . That is the export ? Mr. NORRIS . ... manufacturer almost wholly neglected the foreign trade , which demands special equipment , and sold abroad only when the home ...

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Author: United States. Congress. House. Select Committee Under House Resolution 344

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ISBN: LOC:00186593522

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Beyond the Fruited Plain

Local trade wasnot enough for her ambitiouseconomic goals. In fact, Stowe became well known for her ... her argument for the consumption of domestic over foreign goods from House and Home Papers. She reemphasizes that her northern ...

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Author: Kathryn Cornell Dolan

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 9780803269446

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 248

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Agriculture in the United States has changed dramatically in the last two hundred years. Economic transformation marked by the expansion of the industrial economy and big business has contributed to an increase in industrial food production. Amid this change, policymakers and cultural critics have debated the best way to produce food and wealth for an expanding population with imperialistic tendencies. In a sweeping overview, Beyond the Fruited Plain traces the connections between nineteenth-century literature, agriculture, and U.S. territorial and economic expansion. Bringing together theories of globalization and ecocriticism, Kathryn Cornell Dolan offers new readings on the texts of such literary figures as Herman Melville, Frank Norris, Mark Twain, Henry David Thoreau, and Harriet Beecher Stowe as they examine conflicts of food, labor, class, race, gender, and time—issues still influencing U.S. food politics today. Beyond the Fruited Plain shows how these authors use their literature to imagine agricultural alternatives to national practices and in so doing prefigure twenty-first-century concerns about globalization, resource depletion, food security, and the relation of industrial agriculture to pollution, disease, and climate change.

Accounts and Papers of the House of Commons

Farmer's Son General Servant ( Domestic ) Farmer's Wife labourers and 3 boys ) . ... Where the trade is much subdivided , both No. of House . ... This paper will be CALLED FOR on MONDAY , April Licentiates .

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Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons

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ISBN: OXFORD:555101200

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Paper Trade Journal

Mr. Wheeler, who recently dissolved his own specialty paper sales organization, Wheeler Paper Company of Philadelphia, Pa., will make his permanent headquarters at the home office of Aldine Paper Company, 535 Fifth Avenue, this city.

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Imagining Consumers

4, 1879): 14; “Business Memoranda,” PGR 9 (June 28, 1883): 12; JMS, “India China Vase,” 2 trade cards, 1882, folder: “China and Glass,” SPNEA-VF; “Correspondence,” APGR 9 (March 9, ... Stowe, House and Home Papers, 118–19, ...

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Author: Regina Lee Blaszczyk

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 9781421437255

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 408

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Case studies illuminate decision making in key firms—including the Homer Laughlin China Company, the Kohler Company, and Corning Glass Works—and consider the design and development of ubiquitous lines such as Fiesta tableware and Pyrex Ovenware.

Sessional Papers Printed by Order of the House of Lords Minutes of Proceedings Public Bills Reports from Committees Miscellaneous

11) Directions, 1947, dated 19th March 1947, made by the Board of Trade ; 4. Control of Paper (No. 82) Order, 1947, dated 21st March 1947, made by the Board of Trade ; 5. Consumer Rationing (Revocation of Licences) Order, ...

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Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105009838686

Category: Great Britain

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Includes lists of orders, rules, bills etc.

The New Urban Frontier

30 Board of Trade , ' Report ... Towns of the U.S.A. , 83 . 31 M.J. Daunton , Coal Metropolis : Cardiff 1870–1914 , Leicester 1977 , 97–9 . 32 Daunton , House and Home , 30 ; Burnett , A Social History of Housing , 166–71 ; Stefan ...

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Author: Lionel Frost

Publisher: UNSW Press

ISBN: 0868402680

Category: Social Science

Page: 226

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Explores changes in city density by comparing Melbourne, Los Angeles, Vancouver, Auckland and other new frontier cities. Includes a new interpretation of the effect of development on problems faced by frontier cities, and a detailed bibliography. The author lectures on economics and economic history at La Trobe University.

The Horticulturist and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste

... Flushing , N. Y. Trade continue to merit the praise , that'what- prices of Nursery stock for autumn , 1864 , ever they do ... the last of the House and Home Pascape Gardening , Sargent's edition , in good pers is specially valuable ...

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ISBN: UCAL:B2928301

Category: Country life

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