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is an American magazine that focuses on the women’s interests, health, and diets. The main headquarters of the magazine is situated in New York City, New York. The publisher of the magazine is Hearst Communications, which is a popular mass media & business information company providing newspapers & magazines. Some popular editors who have worked for the magazine are Clark W. Bryan, Ellen Levine, Jane Francisco, John Mack Carter, and William Fredrick Bigelow.
In addition to that, there are many popular writers who have contributed to the magazine that includes Edwin Markham, Frances Parkinson Keyes, Evelyn Waugh, Virginia Woolf, and AJ Cronin.
Good Housekeeping Important Details
It was started way back in 1885 by Clark W. Bryan as a fortnightly magazine. Within six years, the company started a monthly publication. They are one of the Seven Sisters, which is a group of service magazines for women. Presently, the magazine has an annual sake of 4,555,700.
The Good Housekeeping magazine feature article of various niches that include beauty, holidays, style, health, food & recipes, and home décor.
Good Housekeeping Research Institute
The magazine established this institute in 1900 where the company perform various researchers and record TV shows. All the articles related to the women are created in this location.