LHJ

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LHJLadies' Home Journal (magazine)
LHJLocal Health Jurisdiction
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The Ladies' Home Journal , is much respected for the purity and sweetness of his personal character.
If you were writing for Ladies' Home Journal, you could talk about the momentum of their romance or the momentum of the kitchen activities.
Carolyn Kitch positions Smith's extensive cover art for magazines such as Good Housekeeping, McClure's, Ladies' Home Journal, and Woman's Home Companion as critical in "idealiz[ing] American childhood," in particular a childhood belonging to the "white, middle-class, suburban experience" (148).
A Ladies' Home Journal poll showed that 80 percent of American women thought going to work full time was more fun than staying home.
The Media Women's large sit-in at the Ladies' Home Journal over both the lack of equal opportunities there and the magazine's traditionalist content forms the basis of a chapter that is mainly a study of the organizers' tactics and the print coverage of the event and its aftermath.
Wilder wrote Pioneer Girl for an adult audience, hoping for initial publication in a prominent national magazine of the period--The Saturday Evening Post, Ladies' Home Journal or Country Gentleman.
Ladies' Home Journal, an icon of American publishing and cornerstone of what were once called the "Seven Sisters" of women's magazines, is ceasing monthly publication after 131 years.
The 45-year-old star had earlier admitted that their relationship was complicated but told the April issue of Ladies' Home Journal magazine that Franchitti will always be her loved one.
In 1900 - in a world devoid of many of the technological advances we now take for granted - US engineer John Elfreth Watkins wrote a fascinating article What May Happen in the Next Hundred Years for the Ladies' Home Journal.
Two of the people identified the potential buyer as Meredith Corporation (NYSE:MDP), the publisher behind magazines such as Family Circle and the Ladies' Home Journal. It is still possible that a deal will never materialise but if it does, Meredith will become the owner of the biggest US magazine publisher, Fortune added.
METLIFE AUTO & HOME AND MEREDITH CORP., a media and marketing company serving American women, have joined together to offer qualified subscribers of Ladies' Home Journal and Family Circle group discounts on their home and automobile insurance.