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1937 - 1968

1937
Architectural Digest 9, no. 4, 1937, 116.
1938
American Home 20, Martha B. Darbyshire, “Tucson Adobe Modern,” October 1938, 18–19, 56, 58.
Architectural Digest 10, no. 1, 1938, 13–17, 31–37, 43–49, 76–79, 125–127.
California Arts and Architecture 54, “The New Office Building of the Columbia Steel Company,” July 1938, 30-31.
California Arts and Architecture 54, “The Residence of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Cernitz,” July 1938, 23.
Country Life in America 74, Martha B. Darbyshire, “‘Wilshaw Ranch’” : The Estate of Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Cowlishaw,” July 1938, 34–39, 71.
Harper's Bazaar, “Hollywood Gives a Party at Paul Flato's New Shop,” April 1938.
Los Angeles Times, “Southland Homes,” December 11, 1938, H10.
Los Angeles Times, “Southland Homes,” November 13, 1938, H5.
Los Angeles Times, “Southland Homes,” September 11, 1938.
Pictorial California 13, no. 1, Winter 1938, 23.
Pictorial California 13, no. 5, Autumn 1938, 18, 22–23.
Pictorial California 13, no. 6, 1938–1939, 20–21.
Pictorial California and the Pacific 13, “Screenland Homes,” no. 3, Summer 1938, 20–21.
Saturday Night 45, M. Elizabeth Stuart, “California English,” December 17, 1938.
Saturday Night 45, M. Elizabeth Stuart, “Color and Personality,” December 31, 1938, 28–29.
Saturday Night 45, M. Elizabeth Stuart, “Contemporary Victorian,” September 24, 1938, 30–31.
Saturday Night 45, M. Elizabeth Stuart, “Desert Home,” no. 25, July 16, 1938, 20–21.
Saturday Night 45, M. Elizabeth Stuart, “Greek Revival,” August 27, 1938, 20–21.
Saturday Night 45, M. Elizabeth Stuart, “Home for a Sailor,” May 21, 1938, 28–29.
Saturday Night, Naomi Black, “Gemmery,” March 12, 1938.
Saturday Night, Naomi Black, “Revolt in Jewels,” December 17, 1938, 20–21.
1939
American Home 22, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Cape Ann Brought to Los Angeles,” September 1939, cover, 29–30, 85–86.
Architectural Digest 10, no. 2, 1939, 4–9, 14–27, 29–34, 37–38, 42–46, 54–55, 59–63, 73–75, 77–79, 95–97, 100–103, 113–117.
Arts & Decoration, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Mexican Town House Moves Over the Border," April 1939, 16–18, 38.
California Arts and Architecture 55, "The Desert Retreat of Mr. Tom Douglas," February 1939, 22–23
California Arts and Architecture 55, "The Earl Carroll Theater," February 1939, 30.
California Arts and Architecture 55, "The Joy of Garden Grills," June 1939, 17.
California Arts and Architecture 55, "The Residence of Mr. & Mrs. Earl R. Briggs," June 1939, 18–19.
California Arts and Architecture 55, Carroll Sagar, "Next Time I Furnish My Home!," March 1939, 22–23.
California Arts and Architecture 56, "The Residence of Mr. & Mrs. Norman Tuarog," September 1939, 21–23.
California Arts and Architecture 56, Priestley A. Horton, "Small Homes and Small Budgets," July 1939, 24.
Country Life & The Sportsman 75, Martha B. Darbyshire, "'Forest Lodge': The Arizona estate of Margaret, Countess of Suffolk," February 1939, 69–71, 93.
Country Life & The Sportsman 75, Martha B. Darbyshire, "'Lime Orchard': The California Estate of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hornblow, Jr.," March 1939, 45–47.
Country Life in America 76, "Where Polo is Taken Seriously ...the Darryl Zanuck Stables," May 1939, 72.
House and Garden 76, "Kay Francis Lives Here," no. 4, October 1939, 52–53.
Pictorial California 14, no. 1, Winter 1939, 20–21.
Pictorial California 14, no. 2, Spring 1939, 22–23.
Pictorial California 14, no. 3, Summer 1939, 20–21.
Pictorial California 14, no. 4, Vacation 1939, 20–21.
Saturday Night, M. Elizabeth Stuart, "Italy in California," January 14, 1939, 28–29.
1940
Architectural Digest 10, no. 3, 1940, 43–59, 62–70, 74–88, 97–99, 110, 125–127, 148–152.
Architectural Forum, "Fire Alarm Building, Houston, Texas, MacKie and Kamrath,
Architects," December 1940, 519–520.
Architectural Forum, "House for Jesse R. Stone, Houston, Texas, MacKie and Kamrath,
Architects," December 1940, 518.
Architectural Forum, "House in Tucson, Ariz.," April 1940, 250, 260.
Better Homes and Gardens, October 1940.
Better Homes and Gardens, September 1940, 29.
California Arts and Architecture 56, "The Residence of Mr. & Mrs. Norman Chandler," June/July 1940, 32-33.
California Arts and Architecture 57, "Arrowhead Spring Hotel," March 1940, 19–21.
California Arts and Architecture 57, "House in Texas," September 1940, 24–25.
California Arts and Architecture 57, "Smart Wall Papers," June/July 1940, 34.
California Arts and Architecture 57, "The Studios of Cheesewright, Mason & Co.," March 1940, 23.
California Arts and Architecture 57, "When Winter Comes," October 1940, 30.
Country Life in America 77, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Living in Hush Country," January 1940, 16–18, 40.
Good Housekeeping, "If You Inherited China," October 1940.
Good Housekeeping, "She Makes Her Housework Amuse Her," December 1940, 177.
Good Housekeeping, “Make Your Table Linen Match Your Silver," December 1940, 98, 115
Good Housekeeping, Elizabeth Gordon, "Not Money, But Brains!," October 1940.
House and Garden, November 1940, Section 2, 24.
Los Angeles Times, “Barker Bros. and Better Homes and Gardens Collaborate on 'Before–and–After' Rooms,” September 15, 1940, 11.
Los Angeles Times, Display Ad 49, February 18, 1940, D9.
Pencil Points 21, S. B. Zisman, “The Architect and the House: 5—O'Neil Ford of Dallas, Texas,” April 1940, 195–210.
Pictorial California 15, no. 1, Winter 1940, 18–19.
River Oaks Magazine 4, “For Southern Living,” November 1940, 14–17.
1941
American Home, "All this for $2000.54!," July 1941, cover, 26–27.
American Home, Martha B. Darbyshire, "While Down In Texas," June 1941, 56–57.
American Home, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Bachelor's House On Our Cover," August 1941, cover, 49–50.
American Home, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Speaks Almost Audibly of Ease and Comfort Within," September 1941, 27–28.
American Home, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Mixing Catnip Tea With Fears," September 1941, 76–78.
American Home, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Salt Lake City Bachelor Turns Farmer...Farmer Takes A Wife," October 1941, 40.
Architectural Digest 10, no. 4, c. 1941–1942, 16–27, 29–65, 78–80, 83–87, 92–93, 110–115.
Architectural Forum, "House in Tucson, Ariz.," March 1941, 192–193.6
Architectural Forum, "House in Tucson, Ariz., Richard A. Morse and Arthur T. Brown,
Architects, A.I.A.," April 1941, 251.
Architectural Forum, "House in Tucson, Ariz.," April 1941, 252–253.
Architectural Record 90, “Printing Plant,” July 1941, 52–53.
Arts and Decoration 53, Martha B. Darbyshire, "English Tradition in the Golden State," February 1941, 14–18.
Better Homes and Gardens 20, Helen Weigel Brown, "Prescription for Family Living," no. 4, December 1941, 30–31.
California Arts and Architecture 58, "Small Shop," August 1941, 26.
California Arts and Architecture 58, "New Orleans Colonial," October 1941, 34.
California Arts and Architecture 58, "In the Far Eastern Manner," December 1941, 24-25.
Country Life, "Los Vientos," March 1941, 27–30.
Good Housekeeping 112, Elizabeth Gordon, "How to Live Luxuriously With Only the
Simplest Things," no. 2, February 1941, 91–94.
Good Housekeeping 112, Elizabeth Gordon, "Recipe for an Adorable Bedroom," no. 4, April 1941, 155.
Good Housekeeping 113, Lissa Norcross, "How a Famous Modern Designer Chooses to Live," no. 4, October 1941, 145–148.
Good Housekeeping, 1941, 112.
House and Garden, April 1941.
House Beautiful, "Sectional Prize: South," January 1941, 28–29.
House Beautiful, "Arizona Dobe," December 1941, 74–75.
Pictorial California 16, no. 2, Spring 1941, 18–19.
Pictorial California 16, no. 3, Summer 1941, 18–19.
Pictorial California 16, no. 4, Vacation 1941, 18–19.
Pictorial California 16, no. 5, Autumn 1941, 18–19.
Sunset 86, April 1941, cover.
Sunset 86, no. 6, June 1941, cover.
1942
American Home 29, “Not Their Dream House – But They’re Doing Very Nicely Thank You!,” December 1942, 24–25.
American Home 30, Martha B. Darbyshire, “Prior to Priorities,” October 1942, 74–77.
American Home, Martha B. Darbyshire, "A Bachelor's Bargain," April 1942.
American Home, Martha B. Darbyshire, "A Modern Family, 100% Self–Sustaining? The Wolfes Could Do It!," December 1942, 20–21.
American Home, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Red Skelton – He Dood It!," November 1942, cover, 20.
American Home, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Rent Gravy; A Hollywood Story about the
Burns," October 1942, 18–19.
American Home, Martha B. Darbyshire, "This is the Story of Our Colonial Heritage and What We Have Done with It," January 1942, 16–20.
Architectural Digest 11, no. 1, 1942, cover, 5–11, 15–22, 27–33, 44–50, 52–53, 55–58, 62–65, 79–83.
Architectural Forum, "Motion Picture Country House, San Fernando Valley, Calif.," November 1942, 37–48.
California Arts and Architecture 59, "House in The Southwest," February 1942, 26-27.
California Arts and Architecture, Industrial Supplement 59, "Radio City," June 1942.
House Beautiful 84, "A Children's Room That Can Grow Up with the Children," March 1942, 76.
House Beautiful 84, "A Famous Decorator Tells Us How He Does It," January 1942, 14.
House Beautiful 84, "A House All to Themselves is a Happy Hunting Ground for the
Hayward Children.," November 1942, 68–69.
House Beautiful 84, "Can I Improve My Bathroom During Wartime?," October 1942, 48–49.
House Beautiful 84, "Clever New Way to Use Needlepoint," January 1942, 58.
House Beautiful 84, "Does Your Front Walk Say Welcome?," Summer 1942, 60.
House Beautiful 84, "Fabrics Solve All Window Problems," April 1942, 20–21.
House Beautiful 84, "Famous Guest Rooms," December 1942, 52–53.
House Beautiful 84, "Give the Daughter of the House a Lesson in Loving Care," October 1942, 72–73.
House Beautiful 84, "Have a Primping Corner in Your Kitchen," October 1942, 78.
House Beautiful 84, "House Beautiful Introduces to the Brides of 1942 A Young Couple Who Live Very Well On Very Little," April 15, 1942, 22–27.
House Beautiful 84, "How to Curtain Difficult Windows," May 1942, 68–69.
House Beautiful 84, "How to Make Arrangements That Last," October 1942, 55.
House Beautiful 84, "Ideas for Solving Your Window Problems," June 1942, 80.
House Beautiful 84, "Is There a Rentable Apartment Lurking in Your House?," February 1942, 62.
House Beautiful 84, "It’s a Man's World...," November 1942, 58–59.
House Beautiful 84, "It's Ideas That Matter–Not Money," Summer 1942, 17–27.
House Beautiful 84, "Make Beauty the Spice of Your Kitchen," May 1942, 84.
House Beautiful 84, "Meet a Decorator–Designer Who Doesn't Believe in Period," February 1942, 16.
House Beautiful 84, "Recipes for Bare Walls," March 1942, 74.
House Beautiful 84, "Rescued From Oblivion," April 1942, 56–57.
House Beautiful 84, "Take Full Advantage of Your Attic," June 1942, 17.
House Beautiful 84, "The Back Yard as Your Summer Home," June 1942, 56–57.
House Beautiful 84, "The Most Famous Bride of the Year," September 1942, 48–50.
House Beautiful 84, "They're the Best Cooks in Texas," February 1942, 42–43, 72, 87.
House Beautiful 84, "Try Stenciling the Bare Spots," April 1, 1942, 94.
House Beautiful 84, "Twentieth Century Colonial," January 1942, 17–19.
House Beautiful 84, "Wall Decorations That Aren't Pictures," July–August 1942, 24–25.
House Beautiful 84, "We Call It: Hollywood Provincial," Summer 1942, 38–40.
House Beautiful 84, "Why Shouldn't a Bachelor Live Well?," February 1942, 35.
House Beautiful 84, Elizabeth Gordon, "Why You Don't Get Your Money's Worth When You Buy Home Furnishings," October 1942, 30.
House Beautiful 84, Florence Paine, "Renters Needn't Live Like Campers," October 1942, 56–57.
House Beautiful 84, Frances Heard, "I Can't Have Anything Nice Until My Children Grow Up," November 1942, 65–67, 81.
House Beautiful 84, January 1942, cover.10
House Beautiful 84, Margaret Chandler Porter, "A Famous Dress Designer Decorates With Classics," March 1942, 30–33.
House Beautiful 84, Martha B. Darbyshire, "A $4190.00 House Furnished for $616.30!," July–August 1942, 34–35.
House Beautiful 84, Martha B. Darbyshire, "A House to Come Back To at Christmas," December 1942, 72–73.
House Beautiful 84, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Meet the Gerald Browns," May 1942, 44–45, 91.
House Beautiful, "You Can Decorate with China, Too," November 1942, 46.
Mademoiselle, "You Can Do It, Too," August 1942, 212–213.
Pictorial California 17, no. 1, Winter 1942, 20–21.
Pictorial California 17, no. 2, Spring 1942, 20–21.
Pictorial California 17, no. 3, Summer 1942, 22–23.
Sunset 39, "Looking Through Moon Gate in Miss Patricia Detring's Garden, Bel Air,
California," no. 2, August 1942, cover.
1943
American Home 30, "In California the Cunninghams really Live Outdoors," June 1943, 21–23.
American Home 30, "Symbols of Freedom and Faith," January 1943, 64–67.
American Home 30, “Don’t Let K.P. Ruin Your Summer!,” July 1943, 30–31.
American Home 30, Jane Evans, "We Brought Paradise Home," February 1943, 20–21.
American Home 30, Lenore M. Batchelor, "Warmth, Beauty and Strength Lie In Walls of Brick," June 1943, 26–27.
American Home 30, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Stone Walls––for Hospitality Plus!,"
American Home, September 1943, 56–57.
American Home 30, Martha B. Darbyshire, "The House They Wheeled In," April 1943, 26.
American Home 30, Martha B. Darbyshire, "When Daughter Goes to Housekeeping
Alone Take the News Without Flinching ... Above All Don't Be Hurt," June 1943, 42–44.
Architectural Forum, "House in Santa Monica Canyon, Calif.," August 1943, 90–91.
Architectural Forum, "House in Tucson, Ariz.; Traditional adobe construction demonstrates its survival value in a house for the Arizona desert. Richard Morse and William Peters, Jr., Associate Architects," December 1943, 94–95.
Architectural Forum, November 1943, 111.
California Arts and Architecture 60, "House on the Riviera," January 1943, 40-41.
House Beautiful 85, "A Nursery that Grows Up With the Child," October 1943, 124.
House Beautiful 85, "Bathroom Details Worth Remembering For Your Own House," December 1943, 92-93.
House Beautiful 85, "Country Classical," July 1943, 33–35, 64.
House Beautiful 85, "Decoupage Goes Modern," February 1943, 59.
House Beautiful 85, "Even If You Don't Have a Porch," June 1943, 36–37.
House Beautiful 85, "Have You a Problem in Kitchen Concealment?," April 1943, 64.
House Beautiful 85, "He Practices What He Preaches," July 1943, 28–29.
House Beautiful 85, "Hollywood's First Gossip Lives in a House that Gives Her Away," February 1943, 18–19.
House Beautiful 85, "Home Planner's Study Course," October 1943, 67.
House Beautiful 85, "How One Family Brought Billiards into the Living room," June 1943, 81.
House Beautiful 85, "How To Make Shade Where None Is," July 1943, 46.
House Beautiful 85, "Ideas From Famous Homes Worth Borrowing," June 1943, 68.
House Beautiful 85, "If You Are a Collector be Dramatic About It," February 1943, 52–53.
House Beautiful 85, "If You Can't Find a Christmas Tree This Year," December 1943, 124.
House Beautiful 85, "If You Liked the Bedroom on Our Cover," December 1943, 120.
House Beautiful 85, "It's All Right to Use Modern Rugs with Period Furniture," March 1943, 37.
House Beautiful 85, "Make it New With Fabric," April 1943, 28–29.
House Beautiful 85, "Make your Kitchen More than a Workshop," June 1943, 87.
House Beautiful 85, "Men Like Plaid," October 1943, 90.
House Beautiful 85, "One Gallon of Paint Plus One Furnished Room Equals Smart Career Girl," December 1943, 111.
House Beautiful 85, "Proving There's a Place for Ruffles in the Kitchen," April 1943, 70.
House Beautiful 85, "She Gave Up Her Big House for the Duration," November 1943, 66–67.
House Beautiful 85, "She Stenciled Her Walls. So Can You.," February 1943, 38.
House Beautiful 85, "Some Modern is Nothing but Unpretentiousness," March 1943, 26.
House Beautiful 85, "Studies of Famous Men," March 1943, 54–55.
House Beautiful 85, "Sunlight is Heat––if You Capture It," September 1943, 60–61.
House Beautiful 85, "The Bedroom of a Pin–Up Girl," December 1943, 78–79.
House Beautiful 85, "The Remarkable Garden of an $8,000 House," January 1943, 26–31.
House Beautiful 85, "The Rug Can Make It or Mar It," March 1943, 34.
House Beautiful 85, "There Ought to be More to a Dining Room Than Just Dining," October 1943, 71.
House Beautiful 85, "There's More Than One Way to Skin a Cat," March 1943, 106.
House Beautiful 85, "There's Something About a Room With a Table in the Middle," April 1943, 52.
House Beautiful 85, "Three Places to Put the Telephone," May 1943, 76.
House Beautiful 85, "Use Fabric as a Ceiling Cornice," August 1943, 76.
House Beautiful 85, "What to Do with a Box Spring and Mattress," November 1943, 51–53.
House Beautiful 85, "Where Edgar Bergen McCarthy–izes," April 1943, 86.
House Beautiful 85, "Your Relaxing Room," June 1943, 35.
House Beautiful 85, "You've Asked These Fabric Questions," April 1943, 31–33.
House Beautiful 85, Elizabeth Gordon, "Here's Modern Nobody Can Object To," November 1943, 42–25, 100–101.
House Beautiful 85, Elizabeth Gordon, “Your House Is a Statement of Your Life," October 1943, 68–69.
House Beautiful 85, Florence Paine, "There's a Split in Kitchen Theory," February 1943, 32–33.
House Beautiful 85, Frances Heard, "A Guy's Got to Have a Place of His Own," October 1943, 59.
House Beautiful 85, Genevieve Gruell, "A Dreamy $3,300 House to Which Any Bride Can Aspire," May 1943, 50–51.
House Beautiful 85, January 1943, cover.
House Beautiful 85, July 1943, cover.
House Beautiful 85, June 1943, cover, 34.
House Beautiful 85, Marion Gough, "Can They Tell How Long You Have Been Married?," October 1943, 44–47.
House Beautiful 85, Marion Gough, "Housing the Expanding Population," February 1943, 14–15.
House Beautiful 85, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Bargain Hunting with the Brakes Off," December 1943, 80–81, 99.
House Beautiful 85, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Who Says the Young Don't Know the Value of Money!," January 1943, 84.
House Beautiful 85, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Your Back Yard Is Not Complete Without Cooking Facilities," June 1943, 39.
Pictorial California 18, no. 1, Spring 1943, cover, 9–11.
Pictorial California 18, no. 2, Summer 1943, cover, 18–21.
Pictorial California 18, no. 4, Autumn 1943, 14–15.
1944
American Home, "A Professional Woman's Idea of Home," April 1944, 18–19.
American Home, "One Man's Home––Stone and Stucco Walls Reflect Its Inner Warmth and Hospitality," April 1944, 22–23.
American Home, "Paint will Do It Every Time," November 1944, 14–15.
American Home, Hennessey, William J. "Your Ballot Box Favorites." March 1944, 22–23.
American Home, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Lohith––The Little House In The Hollow," July 1944, 17–18.
American Home, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Nothing Potluck About It!," July 1944, 20–21.
American Home, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Starched with American Stamina," May 1944, 48–49.
American Home, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Summer at Home," July 1944.
American Home, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Tables are Turned at the Dexters," February 1944, 38–39.
American Home, Maybelle Manning, "A Cooking Fool Is Zasu," June 1944, 92–94.
American Home, Pauline Graves, "Two Rooms Pretend They're Five," Better Homes and Gardens 23, no. 4, December 1944, 32.
American Home, William J. Hennessey, "Income and Living on the Same Lot!," October 1944, 26–27.
Architectural Digest 11, no. 2, 1944, 4–27, 48–63, 74–89, 92–109, 111–115, 118–122, 124–131.
Architectural Forum, "'Grass on Main Street' Becomes a Reality," September 1944, 81–93, 178.
Architectural Record, May 1944, 58–70.
Better Homes and Gardens 22, John Normile, "Move Into Your Walls," no. 11, July 1944, cover, 15–17.
Better Homes and Gardens 23, Louise Price Bell, "All–Purpose Family Room," no. 3, November 1944, 30–31.
Better Homes and Gardens 23, Louise Price Bell, "Compact Contemporary," no. 1, September 1944, 26–27.
Better Homes and Gardens 23, Martha B. Darbyshire, "A House that Blinks at Decorating Rules," no. 4, December 1944, cover, 28–29.
Better Homes and Gardens 23, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Rambling Ranch House," no. 1, September 1944, cover, 22–23.
Better Homes and Gardens 23, August 1944, cover.
Better Homes and Gardens 23, May 1944.
House Beautiful 86, "Can You Be Both Modern and Traditional?," September 1944, cover, 50–53.
House Beautiful 86, "City Dwellers Can Have Gardens, Too," April 1944, 120.
House Beautiful 86, "Exercise No. 1 for Developing Architectural Taste: Texture," December 1944, 84–85.
House Beautiful 86, "Hollywood's Version of the Typical American Home," July 1944, 38–39.
House Beautiful 86, "House Beautiful Presents––A Symbol of What We Are Fighting For––A Fine Home and a Beautiful Garden," January 1944, cover, 28–33.
House Beautiful 86, "How To Judge Modern," August 1944, 49–56, 70–71.
House Beautiful 86, "Pace–Setting Homes In Your Town Affect You Most Of All," October 1944, cover, 60–67.
House Beautiful 86, "Presenting a Home ... Symbolizing the Ambitions of the Middle West," June 1944, 58–59.
House Beautiful 86, "Skin–Deep Remodeling May Be All Your House Needs," December 1944, 80–81.
House Beautiful 86, "Some People Like A Lot of Things Around...and Some Don't," June 1944, 56–57.
House Beautiful 86, "The Lanai – a Future Trend for Home Builders and Remodelers," July 1944, 54–55.
House Beautiful 86, "What to Do If You Can't Find Chairs," February 1944, 56.
House Beautiful 86, August 1944, cover.
House Beautiful 86, Elizabeth Gordon, "What Does Your Office Say About You and Your Business?," September 1944, 41.
House Beautiful 86, Irene Moore, "Even Tourist Quarters Affect Your Tastes," October 1944, 68–71.
House Beautiful 86, June 1944.
House Beautiful 86, Karl Steinhauser, "1944 Ingredients for a Young Man's Apartment," November 1944, 82–83.
House Beautiful 86, Louise Price Bell, "Best Sellers Are Written Here," November 1944, 88–89.
House Beautiful 86, March 1944, cover.
House Beautiful 86, Margaret Hayden Rector, "You Can't Really Tell About People Until You've Seen Their Home," June 1944, 44–45.
House Beautiful 86, Marion Gough, "Sinclair Lewis's Apartment is a Man's Idea of Home," January 1944, 40–41.
House Beautiful 86, Marion Gough, "The Setting of One Successful Marriage," May 1944, 64–66, 124, 126.
House Beautiful 86, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Necessity Can Be The Mother Of Distinction," December 1944, 68–69.
House Beautiful 86, Martha B. Darbyshire, "These Two California Women Said Goodbye to Hotel Apartments," September 1944, 42–43.
House Beautiful 86, Martha B. Darbyshire, "What Makes a Home have Character?," March 1944, 42–43, 118–119, 121.
House Beautiful 86, November 1944, cover.
House Beautiful 86, So Your Rented Quarters Don't Have Enough Closets!," November 1944, 74.
House Beautiful 86, Susan Mathews, "How Young Folks Manage...After the First Long Pull," May 1944, 62–63, 118, 129.
House Beautiful, Irene Moore, "It's a Snap to Keep These Ruffles Clean," December 1944, 74–75.
Pictorial California 19, no. 3, Summer 1944, 14–15, 20–21.
Pictorial California 19, no. 6, Holiday 1944, 18–19.
Sunset 92, "What's the Future of the Ranch House?," no. 6, June 1944, 10–13.
Sunset 93, "One Building Dollar Does the Work of Two," no. 5, November 1944, 10–13.
Sunset 93, "The Changeable, Flexible Ranch House," no. 1, July 1944, cover, 10–13.
Sunset 93, "The House on the Cover: Adobe Remodel," no. 4, October 1944, cover, 8–9.
Sunset 93, "When East Comes West," no. 6, December 1944, 40–41.
Sunset 93, Jane Moss, "Hawaii's Lanai Has a Western Future," no. 3, September 1944, cover, 8–9.
1945
American Home, "In Arizona," November 1945, 38.
American Home, Ethel McCall Head, "Why Not Be a Modern Collector?," February 1945, 54–55.
American Home, Ethel McCall Head, "With An Eye to the Future," March 1945, 27–28.
American Home, Kay Campbell, "Miracle Via Strictly Modern Methods," November 1945, 22–23.
American Home, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Arizona Homestead House," March 1945, 24–26.
American Home, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Mrs. Beck Celebrates Her Own V–Day," November 1945, 24–25.
Architectural Forum, "House in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.: A Transitional Design by Architect Julius Gregory," August 1945, 135–137.
Better Homes and Gardens 23, Christine Holbrook, "Sleeping Beauties," February 23, 1945, 26–27.
Better Homes and Gardens 23, January 1945, cover.
Better Homes and Gardens 23, no. 12, August 1945, cover.
Better Homes and Gardens 23, Whitney R. Smith, "No Cars on Main Street," no. 5, January 1945, 20–21, 67–69.
Better Homes and Gardens 24, Leslie MacRae, "Ideas for Garden Builders," no. 4, December 1945, 22–23.
Better Homes and Gardens 24, Martha B. Darbyshire, "A Room In Cool–Warm Harmony," no. 1, September 1945, 28–29.
Good Housekeeping 120, “California Charm,” May 1945, 166–169.
House Beautiful 87, "A House Can Be Modern and Not Look It," October 1945, 109–115.
House Beautiful 87, "A Proper Dream House for Any Veteran," January 1945, cover, 34–37.
House Beautiful 87, "Are Masculine Tastes Hampering?," March 1945, 78–79.
House Beautiful 87, "Bare Rooms! Blank Heart!," October 1945, 82–85.
House Beautiful 87, "Exercise No. 2 for Developing Architectural Taste: Scale," January 1945, 70–71, 74.
House Beautiful 87, "If You Can Change Spanish into Modern You Can Do Anything," October 1945, 88–89.
House Beautiful 87, "Is Your Garage a Neighborhood Menace?," March 1945, 66–67.
House Beautiful 87, "Renters Have An Awful Time," October 1945, 86–87.
House Beautiful 87, "What You Can Do With One Big Room," March 1945, 70–71.
House Beautiful 87, "Where Five Famous People Do Their Reading," November 1945, 102–103.
House Beautiful 87, Ardyth K. Ullman, "A Home in Spite of the Landlord," May 1945, 80–81.
House Beautiful 87, Elizabeth Gordon, "Home Planner's Study Course," December 1945.
House Beautiful 87, Lucile Lent, "When You're Cozy, Waiting is Easier," October 1945, 100–101.
House Beautiful 87, Marion Gough, "Plain As An Old Shoe...Yet Stylish As Paris," no. 4, April 1945, 70–73.
House Beautiful 87, Martha B. Darbyshire, "The Biggest Small House Imaginable," January 1945, 66–67, 106.
House Beautiful 87, Martha B. Darbyshire, "The Young Are No Slaves to the Rulebook,"no. 6, June 1945, 64–65.
House Beautiful 87, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Who Wants to Live in a Pretentious House?," July 1945, 48–49.
House Beautiful 87, Sara Little, "A Bride In a Barn," May 1945, 60–62.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, August 19, 1945, cover.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, July 1, 1945, cover.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, July 29, 1945, cover.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, July 8, 1945, cover.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, May 13, 1945, cover.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, May 27, 1945, cover.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, May 6, 1945, cover.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, November 11, 1945, cover.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, November 18, 1945: cover.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, November 25, 1945, cover.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, October 14, 1945, cover.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, October 29, 1967, 68.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, September 16, 1945, cover.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, September 18, 1966, 29.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, September 23, 1945, cover.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, September 30, 1945, cover.
Los Angeles Times, "Farmhouse With Connecticut Influence," Dec 16, 1945, E3.
Pictorial California 20, no. 1, Winter 1945, 18–21.
Pictorial California 20, no. 2, Spring 1945, 18–21.
Pictorial California 20, no. 3, Summer 1945, 18–19.
Pictorial California 20, no. 4, Vacation 1945, 20–21.
Pictorial California 20, no. 5, Autumn 1945, 20–21.
Popular Mechanics, "Blown–Up House," April 1945, 48.
Sunset 94, "Emphasis on Light," no. 3, March 1945, 16–17.
Sunset 94, "How Much of Your Lot Belongs to the Public?," no. 1, January 1945, 10–13.
Sunset 94, "Ranch House History," no. 6, June 1945, 10–11.
Sunset 95, "Adobe Miniature," no. 5, November 1945, 12–13.
Sunset 95, "After/Before," no. 5, November 1945, 60.
Sunset 95, "Redwood and Cedar," no. 4, October 1945, 14–15.
Sunset 95, "Why Call it a Guest House?," no. 6, December 1945, 65.
Sunset, "The Adaptable Ranch House," April 1945, cover, 10–11.
Western Building XXIV, "Windows Are What You Make Them: Los Angeles Builder Cliff May Uses Them Cleverly," November 11, 1945, cover, 1, 12–13.
1946
American Home, "John Charles Thomas' Home on the Hill," April 1946, 48–49.
American Home, Kay Campbell, "Grand Illusions," February 1946, 28–29.
American Home, Martha B. Darbyshire, "They Cornered the Quicksilver," February 1946, 37–39.
American Home, Nancy C. Langley, "Just 3 Rooms and a Garden," April 1946, 52.
American Home, Pauline Graves, "Right Ideas and Lots of Fun to Boot," June 1946, 34–35.
American Home, Ruth W. Lee, "Good Living––Inside and Out," September 1946, 64–65.
American Home, Ruth W. Lee, "New Life Comes to Arizona Ranch House," November 1946, 14–15.
American Home, William J. Hennessey, "Porches Go It Alone," June 1946, 44–46.
Architectural Digest 11, no. 3, 1946, 4–10, 14–21, 32–49, 52–61, 64–74, 78–83, 88, 94–95, 99–101, 110–111, 119, 141.
Architectural Forum, "Airlines Office," May 1946, 105–108.
Architectural Forum, "Carl H. Riesen Adapts Classical Severity to the Land of Easy Ranchhouse Architecture," June 1946, 124–125.
Architectural Forum, "House in Pasadena Provides Gracious Living in a Minimum Package," October 1946, 124–125.
Architectural Forum, "Two Roadside Drive–Ins Use Light Framing and Lots of Glass," October 1946, 144.
Better Homes and Gardens 24, "More Color Out Front," March 1946, 32–33.
Better Homes and Gardens 24, April 1946, cover.
Better Homes and Gardens 24, Ethel McCall Head, "More Tips for Tom–Thumb Homes," no. 10, June 1946, 28–29.
Better Homes and Gardens 24, Ethel McCall Head, "Tips for Tom–Thumb Homes," no. 10, June 1946, 26–27.
Better Homes and Gardens 24, Fleeta Brownell Woodroffe, "Annuals Give You Color Plus," no. 9, May 1946, 30–31.
Better Homes and Gardens 24, Fleeta Brownell Woodroffe, "Original and Right for the Spot," no. 12, August 1946, 30–31.
Better Homes and Gardens 24, John Webster, "Cape Cod in California," no. 11, July 1946, 40.
Better Homes and Gardens 24, M. Louise Brindley, "This Home Grew Two Alcoves," no. 6, February 1946, 74.
Better Homes and Gardens 24, Martha B. Darbyshire, "All On a 50–foot Lot," no. 11, July 1946, 30–31.
Better Homes and Gardens 24, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Room and Board Out of Doors," no. 10, June 1946, 12.
Better Homes and Gardens 24, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Salvage that Bungalow," no. 6, February 1946, 23–25.
Better Homes and Gardens 24, Martha B. Darbyshire, "They Built Their Home Around a Garden," no. 5, January 1946, cover, 32–35.
Better Homes and Gardens 25, Charles Day, "Backgrounds Off–White Dramatize Your Colors," no. 3, November 1946, 36–37, 107.
Better Homes and Gardens 25, Ethel McCall Head and Bob Jones, "Modern Needn't Be Stark," no. 1, September 1946, 34–35, 148.
Better Homes and Gardens 25, Hi Sibley, "This Was a Garage," no. 3, November 1946, 53.
Better Homes and Gardens 25, September 1946, cover.
House Beautiful 88, "A Filing System for Magazines," February 1946, 162.
House Beautiful 88, "A Formal Small House," November 1946, 198–201.
House Beautiful 88, "A Home From a Quonset Hut," September 1946, 120–122.
House Beautiful 88, "Does Your Kitchen Look Like Home?," November 1946, 220.
House Beautiful 88, "Extra Storage In the Bathroom," June 1946, 171.
House Beautiful 88, "He Built His House on Week Ends," March 1946, 109.
House Beautiful 88, "Hillside Sites Make the Most Interesting Houses," October 1946, 165–168.
House Beautiful 88, "How a Secretary Solved the Housing Shortage," September 1946, 116.
House Beautiful 88, "How to Use a Book with Decorative Pictures," November 1946, 172.
House Beautiful 88, "If You Like To Entertain In The Kitchen," November 1946, 168–169.
House Beautiful 88, "Modest Architecture Can Still Have Distinction," September 1946, 126–129.
House Beautiful 88, "The Best Living on Earth is Your Own House with a Private Garden," January 1946, 66–69.
House Beautiful 88, "The First Postwar House," May 1946, cover, 82–123.
House Beautiful 88, "The Flowering of American Modern," December 1946, cover, 164–175, 255–257.
House Beautiful 88, "These Towns Left Horse and Buggy Days Behind," August 1946, 40–41.
House Beautiful 88, "To Appreciate a Whole House You Must Be Able to Appreciate One Room," February 1946, 84–87.
House Beautiful 88, "What Makes a Porch Personable?," June 1946, 122.
House Beautiful 88, "What Matters Most About a House...How it Looks or How it Works?," August 1946, 80–83.
House Beautiful 88, "Wouldn't You Know That a Movie Director Lives Here!," November 1946, 162–165.
House Beautiful 88, Charlotte Eaton Conway, "Pretty Kitchen for a Pretty Bride," June 1946, 74.
House Beautiful 88, Elizabeth Gordon, "One Man's House," December 1946,186–196, 235.
House Beautiful 88, Helen Markel Herrmann, "Character Sketch of a City Farmer," November 1946,160–161, 244–246.
House Beautiful 88, Helen Weigel Brown, "Meet a Family that Really Knows How to Live," April 1946, 74–87, 90–95, 99.
House Beautiful 88, Helen Weigel Brown, "Would $643 Buy So Much Anywhere But Home?," March 1946, 64–67.
House Beautiful 88, Irene Moore Gruell, "A Bedroom Should Be More Than a Place to Sleep," September 1946, 84–85.
House Beautiful 88, June 1946, cover.
House Beautiful 88, Margaret Mead, "Is it ... like Mother like Daughter?," October 1946, 124.
House Beautiful 88, Marion Gough, "Honeymoon Home," June 1946, 62–65.
House Beautiful 88, Marion Gough, "How to Successfully Mix Old and New," September 1946, cover, 110–113.
House Beautiful 88, Susan Mathews, "This Is the House that Stardust Built," March 1946, 96–97.
House Beautiful, April 1946, cover.
Los Angeles Times, "Designed for a Brilliant Future," November 17, 1946, D5.
Los Angeles Times, "Diamond in the Daisies," April 14, 1946.
Los Angeles Times, "Stone and Plaster Dignify the Tiny Cottage," November 24, 1946.
Los Angeles Times, Esther McCoy, "American Rhapsody," April 21, 1946, E5.
Los Angeles Times, Lee Howard, "Redwood with Ermine Touches," December 22, 1946, F5.
Los Angeles Times, October 20, 1946.
Los Angeles Times, Pauline Graves, "A 15–Year–Old House Goes Modern," February 17, 1946.
Los Angeles Times, Pauline Graves, "The Way of Quaintness," September 15, 1946.
Pictorial California 21, no. 1, Winter 1946, 20–23.
Pictorial California 21, no. 2, Spring 1946, 2, 18–19.
Pictorial California 21, no. 4, Summer 1946, 18–19.
Sunset 96, "Western Ranch House Porches," no. 2, February 1946, cover, 12–13.
Sunset 96, "When Space and Money are Limited," no. 2, February 1946, 14–18.
Sunset 97, "For a Family of Two––with Guests," no. 3, September 1946, 24–27.
Sunset 97, "Idea Cabin," no. 1, July 1946, cover, 24–27.
Sunset 97, "The House on the Cover: What is a Ranch House?" no. 5, November 1946, cover, 26–27.
1947
American Home, Ethel McCall Head, "An Old Red Barn Becomes a Home..." July 1947, 22–23.
American Home, Nancy C. Langley, "Don't be Afraid of an Ugly Duckling!" April 1947, 26–27.
American Home, Pauline Graves, "By the Sea, By the Sea, By the Beautiful Sea," February 1947, 34–37.
American Home, Pauline Graves, "The Blauvelt Cottage: 463 Sq. Ft. Sleeps and Feeds Five," February 1947, 40–41.
Architectural Digest 11, no. 4, 1947, 2–17, 44–45, 60–62, 74–77, 80–83.
Architectural Forum, "Adroit Handling of Wood Marks This Hilltop House," December 1947, 100–103.
Architectural Forum, "Angles and Rectangles Characterize Plan of Small Studio–home," February 1947, 102.
Architectural Forum, "Hilltop House has a Living Room Roof Built like an Airplane Wing," March 1947, 78–79.
Architectural Forum, "House near Portland, Ore.," January 1947, 67–71.
Architectural Forum, "Product Design Disguises the Standard Chassis to Meet Consumer Likes, Wrapping It a Thousand Different Ways with Variable Garage Locations, Roofs, Porches and Finishes, Inside and Out," March 1947, 110–13.
Architectural Forum, "Royal Hawaiian Hotel," October 1947, cover, 81–87.
Architectural Forum, "Three New Furniture Lines," January 1947, 116.
Architectural Forum, "Winter House Tilts Shed Roof to View," December 1947, 98.
Better Homes and Gardens 25, "The House That Terry Built," no. 7, March 1947, 44–45, 88–89.
Better Homes and Gardens 25, Ellen Sheridan, "The Mayor Has the Biggest Little Back Yard We Know," no. 10, June 1947, 42–43, 120, 123.
Better Homes and Gardens 25, Ethel Brostrom, "Wake Up to a Brighter Bedroom," no. 11, July 1947, 34–35.
Better Homes and Gardens 25, Ethel Chalfant, "The House on the Cover," no. 5, January 1947, cover, 18.
Better Homes and Gardens 25, Ethel McCall Head, "A Little House In a Big Garden," no. 9, May 1947, 48–49.
Better Homes and Gardens 25, Ethel McCall Head, "Complete Privacy in Fifty Feet," no. 6, February 1947, 50–51.
Better Homes and Gardens 25, Fleeta Brownell Woodroffe, "How Does Your Home Look?," May 1947, 42–43.30
Better Homes and Gardens 25, Fleeta Brownell Woodroffe, "Simple Plantings Are Often Best," April 1947, 42–43.
Better Homes and Gardens 25, Fleeta Brownell Woodroffe, "This Little Place Sets Us Dreaming," no. 12, August 1947, 46–47.
Better Homes and Gardens 25, Hal Borland, "Let's Move Out!," no. 10, June 1947, 34–38.
Better Homes and Gardens 25, Kay Ringe, "They Live on a Lake Front," no. 8, April 1947, 56–58, 136.
Better Homes and Gardens 25, Leslie MacRae and Mort Reed, Jr., "Their Hilltop Home Is Close to Heaven," no. 5, January 1947, 40–42.
Better Homes and Gardens 25, Louise Price Bell, "They Put Their Walls In Storage," no. 11, July 1947, 38–39, 128, 129.
Better Homes and Gardens 25, M. Louise Brindley, "Arranged by a Hollywood Decorator," no. 12, August 1947, 122.
Better Homes and Gardens 25, M. Louise Brindley, "Country Place––Just 15 Minutes from Hollywood," no. 7, March 1947, 174–175.
Better Homes and Gardens 25, Martha B. Darbyshire, "Ann Dvorak Lives Simply," no. 8, April 1947, 174–175.
Better Homes and Gardens 25, Martha B. Darbyshire, "They Found Acres of Room on a City Lot," no. 7, March 1947, 34–35, 38.
Better Homes and Gardens 25, Mort Reed, Jr., "Home, Home Off the Range," no. 7, March 1947, 40–41, 178.
Better Homes and Gardens 25, no. 9, May 1947, cover.
Better Homes and Gardens 26, "Barbecue for Twelve," no. 4, December 1947, 25.
Better Homes and Gardens 26, Ellen Sheridan, "Hide–out for a Man Who Knew What He Wanted," no. 3, November 1947, 40–41, 230.
Better Homes and Gardens 26, Fleeta Brownell Woodroffe, "Add Your Terrace Now," no. 1, September 1947, 42–43, 210, 212.
Better Homes and Gardens 26, Joseph Howland, "How to Garden on a Hill," no. 2, October 1947, 58, 218–221.
Better Homes and Gardens 26, Louise Price Bell, "Yes, It's the Same House, but Architect Cecil Moore Put So Many Ideas into his Tucson Bungalow that It Appears to have been Born Modern," no. 3, November 1947, 54–57.
Better Homes and Gardens 26, Marguerite Cottington, "No Room Is too Small for Dark Walls," no. 2, October 1947, cover, 38–39.
Better Homes and Gardens 26, Pauline Graves and Ethel Brostrom, "Custom–Built, but Moderately Priced," no. 2, October 1947, 36–37.
House and Garden, "Why Not Give Your City House a Country Look?," August 1947, 76–77.
House Beautiful 89, "A Bar Doesn't Have to be Corny," February 1947, 131.
House Beautiful 89, "A Small House of Great Merit," February 1947, 60–69.
House Beautiful 89, "Don't Forget ...You Can Do Great Things With Fabric," July 1947, 57–59.
House Beautiful 89, "Eating in the Kitchen can be Fun," April 1947, 176.
House Beautiful 89, "Gentleman, Be Seated!" March 1947, 96–97, 173.
House Beautiful 89, "Growing Family with a Grief–Proof House," June 1947, 192–193.
House Beautiful 89, "Honeymoon Cottage," August 1947, 36–39.
House Beautiful 89, "House Beautiful Has Shown You These Four Houses Before," September 1947, 106–109.
House Beautiful 89, "More a Way of Living Than a Style of Architecture," January 1947, 66–69.
House Beautiful 89, "Remodeling Can Be Your Best Bet," February 1947, 88–93.
House Beautiful 89, "Storage Space on a Fireplace Wall," December 1947, 242.
House Beautiful 89, "Summer Masquerade for the Radiator," June 1947, 153.
House Beautiful 89, "The Best Place in the World," December 1947, 140–141.
House Beautiful 89, "Ways to Give a 'Vista' to a Room," January 1947, 97.
House Beautiful 89, "You can be Traditional without being Trite." April 1947, 139–141.
House Beautiful 89, "You Can Reduce Work With A Service Yard," January 1947, 82–83.
House Beautiful 89, “A Garden Should Be Planned for Traffic," January 1947, 84–85.
House Beautiful 89, Alice Dustan, "You Can Grow Fuschias Anywhere," August 1947, 72–73.
House Beautiful 89, David U. Herrmann, "His Garage Houses More Than a Car," March 1947, 110–113, 172.
House Beautiful 89, Elizabeth Gordon, "How to Get Twice as Much Use Out of Your Land," November 1947, 166–175.
House Beautiful 89, Frances T. Heard, "Both Beautiful and Practical," June 1947, 96–105.
House Beautiful 89, Gardiner Ewing, "Grow Your Own Christmas Greens," December 1947, 167–169.
House Beautiful 89, Irene Moore Lindsey, "Your Pictures Reveal More than Your Furnishings," March 1947, 71–77.
House Beautiful 89, January 1947, cover.
House Beautiful 89, Laura Tanner, "Newest Straw–in–the–Wind: The Bel–Air Hotel," August 1947, 60–63.
House Beautiful 89, Leslie Cheek, Jr. "It's Better Because It's Different.," August 1947, 30–34.
House Beautiful 89, Lloyd Shearer and Marva Shearer, "The House and Hard Times of a Veteran," May 1947, 102–115.
House Beautiful 89, Macy Carter, "A New Way to Display Plates," April 1947, 170.
House Beautiful 89, Marion Gough, "Quilts as Bedspreads," February 1947, 78–79.
House Beautiful 89, Marion Gough, "Two Sides of Winter," December 1947, 162.
House Beautiful 89, Ned Morris, "Little House for a Couple with Big Ideas," February 1947, 94–97.
House Beautiful 89, November 1947, cover.
House Beautiful 89, Reuben Whitney, "A House is No Better Than Its Site Planning," August 1947, 42–47.
House Beautiful 89, Will Melhorn, "A Good Way to Acquire a Home – anno 1947," March 1947, 100–105.
House Beautiful, June 1947, cover.
Los Angeles Times, Lee Howard, "Three Rooms of Plenty," October 5, 1947, E5.
Los Angeles Times, Louise Clark, "Celebrating Compactness," March 30, 1947.
Los Angeles Times, Louise Price Bell, "The House, and the Harness," May 18, 1947.
Los Angeles Times, Pauline Graves, "No House Is Too Old to Change," October 12, 1947.
Mademoiselle’s Living, Louise Price Bell, "Antiques are Good Matchmakers," Autumn 1947, 92–93.
Pictorial California 22, no. 1, Winter 1947, 18–21.
Pictorial California 22, no. 2, Spring 1947, 18–19.
Pictorial California 22, no. 4, Vacation 1947, 20–21.
Pictorial California 22, no. 5, Autumn 1947, 18–19.
Sunset 98, "Built Around a Porch," no. 5, May 1947, 22–23.
Sunset 98, "The House on the Cover," no. 2, February 1947, cover, 28–29.
Sunset 99, "Comfort, Not a Style, was the First Requirement," no. 6, December 1947, 30–32.
Sunset 99, "It's All Living Room," no. 3, September 1947, 26–27.
Sunset 99, "The House on the Cover: a Banker Builds a House," no. 3, September 1947, cover, 22–25.
Sunset, October 1947, cover.
1948
Antiques 53, “The Dallas Home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. De Golyer,” June 1948, 429–30.
Architectural Digest 12, no. 1, 1948, 5–9, 12–19, 26–29, 33–37, 42–45, 70–72, 78–79, 84–85, 103–112.
Architectural Forum, "A Big Sprawling House in 'Ranch Style' is Built on a Four–Prong Plan," April 1948, 116–117.
Architectural Forum, "A Narrow Plot is Enclosed by Wood Walls For Intimate Landscaping and Privacy," April 1948, 131.
Architectural Forum, "Guesthouse Tomorrow, a Small Dwelling Now," April 1948, 130.
Architectural Forum, "Oahu House is Linked to Hawaiian Past...," February 1948, 88–92.
Architectural Forum, "Offset Plan for a Two–Man Clinic Gives Each One a Private Unit with a Maximum of Windows," July 1948, 96.
Architectural Forum, "Ranch House Style, in Ranch House Country, Designed with the Modern Approach," April 1948, 127.
Architectural Forum, Jean Murray Bangs, "Greene and Greene," October 1948, 80–89.
Architectural Forum, Jean Murray Bangs, "Greene and Greene," October 1948, 80–89.
Better Homes and Gardens 26, Ethel McCall Head, "When an Architect Remodels for Himself, His Ideas are Worth Your Checking," no. 7, March 1948, 48–49, 172, 175.
Better Homes and Gardens 26, Fleeta Brownell Woodroffe, "Put Your Walls to Flowering," no. 7, March 1948, 52–53.
Better Homes and Gardens 26, Leslie MacRae, "Flowers Give Your Home a Friendly Face," no. 9, May 1948, 38–39.
Better Homes and Gardens 26, Louise Price Bell, "Inside Windows Double as Walls," no. 8, April 1948, 138.
Better Homes and Gardens 26, Pat Flynn Kollings, "Built–Ins," no. 8, April 1948, 37–39, 146, 207.
Better Homes and Gardens 27, Elizabeth Gilrain, "Sunshine and Storage Space," no. 1, September 1948, 48–49, 174–182.
Better Homes and Gardens, Mary Davis Gillies, "Cape Cod in California," 1948, 90–91.
Good Housekeeping 126, “It Works According to Plan,” June 1948, 80–83.
Good Housekeeping 126, “Modern–Casual,” February 1948, 80–83, 256.
Good Housekeeping 126, “Our Scale Model Grows Up,” June 1948, 66–67.
Good Housekeeping 127, "Built on a Terrace," July 1948, 80–83.
House Beautiful 90, "A House to Set the Pace...in All Climates...for All Budgets," February 1948, cover; 61–113.
House Beautiful 90, "Furniture that Starts as Architecture," October 1948, 148–149.
House Beautiful 90, "Give Your Family a Big Garden Present This Christmas," December 1948, 150–151, 178.
House Beautiful 90, "Grounded in the Past...But Appreciative of the Future," October 1948, 150–151.
House Beautiful 90, "How to Put Trophies of War In Their Place," May 1948, 166.
House Beautiful 90, "If You Want Flowers But Don't Want to Be a Slave," June 1948, 114–115.
House Beautiful 90, "Styled by Necessity–The Master Designer," March 1948, 70–73.
House Beautiful 90, Agnes Rothery, "You'll Get a New Slant on Living in Hawaii," May 1948, 126–29.
House Beautiful 90, Charlotte Eaton Conway, "The Case of the Disappearing Tables," December 1948, 142–145.
House Beautiful 90, Elizabeth Gordon, "The Significance of Custom Furniture in America Today," October 1948, 146–147.
House Beautiful 90, Harry Gladstone, "I Like Clutter," January 1948, 86–87.
House Beautiful 90, Jedd S. Reisner, "Modern But Not Too Modern," April 1948, 120–23.
House Beautiful 90, Jedd S. Reisner, "Why We Need More Houses Like This," September 1948, 92–97.
House Beautiful 90, Kenneth Young, "Doctor, Lawyer, Engineer, Chief," April 1948, 110–115, 226.
House Beautiful 90, Kenneth Young, "Inspiration House," November 1948, 224–233.
House Beautiful 90, Laura Tanner, "A Dreamy Bedroom Dressing Room and Bath," January 1948, 62–67.
House Beautiful 90, Marva Shearer and Lloyd Shearer, "The Fonda's Formula for Successful Living," July 1948, cover, 40–75, 108–110.
House Beautiful 90, Thomas D. Church, "How to Remake an Old Garden," September 1948, 116–118.
House Beautiful 90, W.W. Ward, "125 Miles From Town But Only 50 Minutes Away," March 1948, 94–97.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, Clark Galanoy, "A Corner for Business," November 28, 1948, 8.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, December 19, 1948, 3.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, Nancy C. Langley, "Nooks for Books," October 10, 1948, H10.
Los Angeles Times, Pauline B. Graves, "Victory for a Vision," November 21, 1948.
Los Angeles Times, Shan Stewart, "Furnishings With a Future," November 21, 1948.
Los Angeles Times, Wesley Raymond, "Rooms After a Man's Heart," November 28, 1948.
Mademoiselle, Esther McCoy, "Plans for Young Houses: The Turners' Own Five–Year Plan", January 1948, 114–17.
Mademoiselle’s Living, Alfred Dupont, "We are Bachelors," Autumn 1948.
Pictorial California 23, no. 1, Winter 1948, 18–19.
Pictorial California 23, no. 2, Spring 1948, 24–25.
Pictorial California 23, no. 3, Summer 1948, 18–23.
Pictorial California 23, no. 4, Vacation 1948, 10–11.
Pictorial California 23, no. 5, Autumn 1948, 20–21.
Pictorial California 23, no. 6, Holiday 1948, 20–21.
Sunset 101, "Good Planning on a Difficult Site," no. 1, July 1948, 28–29.
1949
Architectural Digest 12, no. 2, 1949, 9–18, 30, 50–57, 86–90, 107–111.
Architectural Digest 12, no. 3, 1949, 13–31, 44–49, 59–66, 74–82, 87–97, 105–115.
Architectural Digest 12, no. 4, c. 1949–1950, 7–14, 43–46, 61–66, 100–105, 148–160.
Architectural Forum, "Open Store Front in Los Angeles," December 1949, 92.
Better Homes and Gardens 27, Martha B. Darbyshire, "The Most From a Tiny Yard," no. 5, January 1949, 122–123.
Better Homes and Gardens 27, "Garden on the Cover," January 1949, cover, 124.
House Beautiful 91, "Half Your Decorating Is Done When You Choose a Wallpaper," April 1949, 112–115.
House Beautiful 91, "How to Better Your Background," April 1949, 111.
House Beautiful 91, "How to Recognize Change When You See It," February 1949, 54–61.
House Beautiful 91, "They are Open–Minded About New Ideas," January 1949, 80–85.
House Beautiful 91, "Use Your Wallpaper Motif in Some Other Way," April 1949, 114–119.
House Beautiful 91, "When You Want to Spend a Little and Get a Big Effect," March 1949, 94–95.
House Beautiful 91, Charlotte Eaton Conway, "This Kitchen Has Five Departments," January 1949, 66–71.
House Beautiful 91, Elizabeth Gordon, "The New American Look," March 1949, 118–123.
House Beautiful 91, Frances Heard, "There are Other Ways to Furnish a Dining Room," December 1949, 150–153.
House Beautiful 91, July 1949, cover.
House Beautiful 91, June 1949, cover, 77, 84.
House Beautiful 91, March 1949, cover.
House Beautiful 91, November 1949, 195, 200.
House Beautiful 91, September 1949, cover.
House Beautiful 91, Virginia Nielson, "The Flowers are Here," December 1949, 156–157.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, Chryse Coleman, "A Custom Look for the Commonplace," September 18, 1949, H7, 22.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, Janet McHendrie, "The Past Is Always With Us," October 23, 1949, G9.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, Nancy C. Langley, "Belle of Brentwood," July 10, 1949, 7, 19.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, Shan Stewart, "The Family Room," November 13, 1949, cover, G6.
Los Angeles Times, Janet McHendrie, "Sophisticated Country Cousin," November 6, 1949.
Los Angeles Times, Nancy C. Langley, "Try This Fire Fender," February 20, 1949.
Los Angeles Times, Pauline Graves, "Contemporary Conversion," January 23, 194.
Los Angeles Times, Pauline Graves, "Where Do You Want to Dine?," February 13, 1949, H19.
Mademoiselle’s Living, "Spectacular House," September–October 1949, 98–99.
Pictorial California 24, no. 3, Summer 1949, 122–123.
Pictorial California 24, no. 5, Autumn 1949, 8–9, 20–21.
Pictorial California 24, no. 6, Holiday 1949, 20–21.
Sunset 102, "A Very Big 672 Square Feet," no. 2, February 1949, 22–23.
Sunset 102, "The House on the Cover," no. 4, April 1949, cover, 40.
1950
Architectural Forum, "China and Gift Shop by Frank Lloyd Wright for V. C. Morris, Maiden Lane, San Francisco, California," February 1950, cover, 75–81.
Better Homes and Gardens, Fleeta Brownell Woodroffe, "Get Double Value From Your Flowers," June 1950, 50–51.
Better Homes and Gardens, John Normile, "Simplified Construction Keeps Costs Low," April 1950, cover, 43–47, 318, 319.
House and Garden 87, “Every Room of Mr. and Mrs. Everette Lee De Golyer’s House Overlooks a Garden,” March 1950, 102–105.
House Beautiful 92, "A Kitchen that's Planned for Parties," April 1950, 136–137.
House Beautiful 92, "How to Stay Home and Go to the Movies," December 1950, 146–149, 172.
House Beautiful 92, "Naturalism," November 1950,190–93, 292–96.
House Beautiful 92, "This Year's Three Pace–Setting Kitchens," September 1950, 100–105.
House Beautiful 92, "Thousands of Apartments Like This...Could Look Like This," January 1950, 64–65.
House Beautiful 92, "We've Evolved Our Own Brand of Gleam, Glitter and Greenery," December 1950, cover, 124.
House Beautiful 92, "Your Own House can be Your Best Privacy Device––if It's Arranged Right," January 1950, 56–59.
House Beautiful 92, “How to Stay Home and Go to the Movies," December 1950, 167.
House Beautiful 92, Charlotte Conway, "Built–ins Make the Difference," November 1950, 255–58.
House Beautiful 92, Charlotte Conway, "Station Wagon Living Revolves Around the Kitchen," June 1950, 120–123, 134–135.
House Beautiful 92, Frances Heard, "American Taste Has An Unmistakable Flavor," May 1950, 140–143.
House Beautiful 92, Frances Heard, "Americans Have a Talent for Making a Little Go a Long Way," November 1950, 210–215.
House Beautiful 92, Frances Heard, "What is the Station Wagon Way of Life?," June 1950, 104–109.
House Beautiful 92, Jean Murray Bangs, "The Playhouse, A New Kind of Luxury Born of Our Times," October 1950, cover, 153–166.
House Beautiful 92, Jean Murray Bangs, "What is a Truly American House?," September 1950, 82–85, 157–161.
House Beautiful 92, Joseph E. Howland, "How to Furnish a Sunpocket with Climate–Hardy Plants," November 1950, 226–227.
House Beautiful 92, Joseph E. Howland, "What Good are Flower Shows?," March 1950, 98–99.
House Beautiful 92, Laura Tanner, "Furniture That Can Stay Out," May 1950, 160–65.
House Beautiful 92, Lloyd Ruocco, "The Rich Rewards of Knowing What You Want," April 1950, 110–117, 164–165, 198–199.
House Beautiful 92, Marion Gough, "A 'Cautious' Pace–Setter," September 1950, 93–99.
House Beautiful 92, Marion Gough, "Could You Use An Extra Living Room?" January 1950, 42–45.
House Beautiful 92, Mary Roche, "A Little House with No Clichés," March 1950, 84–87.
House Beautiful 92, Mary Roche, "First House of the Year," October 1950, 146–52.
House Beautiful 92, Mary Roche, "The American Style Means Enjoyment–Not Show," July 1950, 38–41.
House Beautiful 92, Mary Roche, "The Best of Past and Present," November 1950, 204–207.
House Beautiful 92, Wulff, Joyce, L.R. "Two Fences and a Sky Shade Gave Us an Extra Room," March 1950, 94–96.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, "Fall Decorating Issue," September 17, 1950, cover.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, December 3, 1950.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, Elaine K. Sewell, "Remodeled from Modern to Modern," April 30, 1950, J5, 16.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, Elizabeth Connolly, "The Importance of Being 'Finished'," September 17, 1950, H6.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, Merry Hood, "China, Crystal and Candlelight," June 18, 1950, cover, I4.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, Shan Stewart, "Country–Casual Elegance," March 12, 1950, cover, I20.
Los Angeles Times, "Model Home Opening Today Shows Indoor–Outdoor Living," January 29, 1950, E2.
Mademoiselle’s Living, "Little Red House on a Hill," March 1950, 96–97.
Pictorial California 25, no. 1, Winter 1950, 12–13.
Pictorial California 25, no. 2, Spring 1950, 20–21.
Pictorial California 25, no. 3, Summer 1950, 20–21.
Pictorial California 25, no. 4, Vacation 1950, 13, 20–21.
Sunset 104, "The Beach House on the Cover;" no. 5, May 1950, cover, 36–37.
1951
Architectural Digest 13, no. 1, 1951, 5–15, 20–24, 71–76, 115–120.
Architectural Forum 94, "Textured Mansion on a Mexican Hillside, a Colorful Paradise," no. 1, January 1951, 136–41.
House Beautiful 93, "How to Garden When You Rent," February 1951, 88–89.
House Beautiful 93, "How to Manipulate the Sun and Wind in a Garden House," April 1951, 234–235.
House Beautiful 93, "Naturalism 20 Feet From a Superhighway," February 1951, 74–75.
House Beautiful 93, "The Post Postwar House," October 1951, 196–203.
House Beautiful 93, "We Discover the Satisfaction of Living Close to Nature," July 1951, 46–47.
House Beautiful 93, “The New Way to Live Outdoors: Pools Can Make a Party," July 1951, 66–69.
House Beautiful 93, Cliff May, "The 'Perfect House' that Wasn't Good Enough," June 1951, 82–93.
House Beautiful 93, James Marston Fitch, "A New Kind of Beauty," January 1951, cover, 36–46.
House Beautiful 93, James Marston Fitch, "If You Want a Transparent Wall...," July 1951, 48–49.
House Beautiful 93, James Marston Fitch, "How to Live With the Western Sun," November 1951, 234–239, 292.
House Beautiful 93, Jean Murray Bangs, "Three Tricks for Getting More House for Your Money–If You Can Afford What You Want," September 1951, 90–101, 158–163.
House Beautiful 93, Jean Murray Bangs, "What the American Style House Looks Like," November 1951, 206–209.
House Beautiful 93, May 1951, 107–112.
House Beautiful 93, Sara Little, "Make Your Television Room a 'Jack–of–all–trades," August 1951, 72–73.
House Beautiful 93, Thomas Church, "The New Kind of Garden Pampers Us––Not the Plants," February 1951, 62–66.
House Beautiful 93, Virginia Stanton, "What is a Good Party Menu?," February 1951, 101.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, "Sunny Character," January 28, 1951, F8–9.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, "Use that Spare Room," July 15, 1951, 21.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, Evelyn R. Young, "Corinne Griffith's Earliest American," February 11, 1951, cover, G6–7.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, Jean Murray Bangs, "Los Angeles ... Know Thyself," October 14, 1951, 4–11.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, Maxine Bartlett, "Color for Your Kitchen Scrapbook," April 22, 1951, 28.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, Merry Hood, "California's Own Color Palette," February 11, 1951, F24–25.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, Merry Hood, "Practical as Well as Appealing," April 29, 1951, cover, F1, F24.
Los Angeles Times, Bruce Daniel, "Four Houses and Our Future," December 9, 1951, G6–G7.
Sunset 106, "The Western Lanai...There are Ways to Adapt it to any Western Climate," no. 4, April 1951, cover, 44–45.
1952
Architectural Digest 13, no. 2, c. 1952–1953, 17–31, 51–58, 77–81, 94–97, 102–105, 114–115, 148–151, 156–159.
Architectural Record, "Four Houses with Excellent Sites: 1. California: Landscaped Canyon," March 1952, 172–175.
House Beautiful 94, "A New Garden for an Old House," February 1952, 76–77.
House Beautiful 94, "Dressing Will Be a Pleasure," August 1952, 82–83.
House Beautiful 94, "Extend your Family Living to the Lot Line," December 1952, 150–152, 216.
House Beautiful 94, "House Beautiful presents the 1953 Pace Setter House," November 1952, 199.
House Beautiful 94, "How to Live in an Alpine Climate," February 1952, 95–97, 128–29.
House Beautiful 94, "If You Live in the High Plains the Walled Garden is Your Key to Year–Round Comfort and Pleasure," March 1952, 116–117.
House Beautiful 94, "If You Live in the High Plains You Need Western Sun Protection," March 1952, 112–115.
House Beautiful 94, "Make Christmas a Rehearsal in Good Decorating," December 1952, 136–148.
House Beautiful 94, "No House is too Old for Additions," February 1952, 62–65.
House Beautiful 94, "Not How Much But How Well," June 1952, 110–111.
House Beautiful 94, "Straw in the Wind of Modern Life: A Room for Family Living," December 1952, 122–129.
House Beautiful 94, "The Glamour of Glass," August 1952, 54–55.
House Beautiful 94, "The Increasing High Style of Durability," April 1952, 116–125.
House Beautiful 94, "The Luxury of Eating Wherever You Please," March 1952, 136–139.
House Beautiful 94, "The Most Garden for the Least Money," June 1952, 140–142, 175–176, 194.
House Beautiful 94, "The Pace Setter Kitchen," December 1952, 150–152, 156–167.
House Beautiful 94, "The Pace Setter Recognizes: Housekeepers are People," December 1952, 152–155, 172, 174.
House Beautiful 94, "The Pass–Through Counter," January 1952, 60.
House Beautiful 94, "The Walkers' Kitchen Is the Hub of the House," September 1952, 96–97.
House Beautiful 94, “The Cabana–Playhouse," July 1952, 46–47.
House Beautiful 94, Charlotte Conway, "Family Social Center," January 1952, 44–47, 95.
House Beautiful 94, Charlotte Conway, "The Kitchen is Merging with the Rest of the House," January 1952, 34–37.
House Beautiful 94, Dorothea Walker, "Our Approach to a More Meaningful Life," September 1952, 88–93, 155–59.
House Beautiful 94, Edgar F. Mauer, M.D., "To Really Save Yourself Fatigue," January 1952, 56–59.
House Beautiful 94, Frances Heard, "House Beautiful's Good–Living House in San Antonio," March 1952, 84–91.
House Beautiful 94, George Marek, "One Man's Gamble by the Sea," July 1952, 68–75, 96–98, 101–102, 115.
House Beautiful 94, George W. Kelly, "High Plains Gardening is Different," March 1952, 200–201.
House Beautiful 94, Helen Little, "The Luxury of Informality," May 1952, cover, 144–150.
House Beautiful 94, James Marston Fitch, "A Little House with Big House Amenities," June 1952, 118–122, 154–155.
House Beautiful 94, James Marston Fitch, "Four Rooms in One," January 1952, 48–49.
House Beautiful 94, James Marston Fitch, "The Informal Architecture Never Puts on Airs," May 1952, 140–43, 184–186.
House Beautiful 94, James Marston Fitch, "The Power of Free Taste," October 1952, 192–199.
House Beautiful 94, Jean Harris, "The Guest House in the Garden," July 1952, 42–43, 90, 94.
House Beautiful 94, Joseph E. Howland, "Do You Own a Piece of Living Sculpture?," March 1952, 92.
House Beautiful 94, Joseph E. Howland, "Nature Is Part of Their Home," September 1952, 94–95.
House Beautiful 94, Joseph E. Howland, "What Makes a Garden Rich and Luxurious?," May 1952, 168–171, 215–222.
House Beautiful 94, Kenneth Young, "It's Easy to Have a Stylish Kitchen," January 1952, 52–55.
House Beautiful 94, Marion Gough, "30 Golden Rules for Living Well When Every Dollar Counts," June 1952, 92–97.
House Beautiful 94, Marion Gough, "Now You Can Make a Big Splash," August 1952, 76–81.
House Beautiful 94, Marion Gough, "The Domination of the Container Over the Contained," October 1952, 202–207, 326.
House Beautiful 94, Marva Shearer, "The Living Kitchen," January 1952, 42–44.
House Beautiful 94, Marva Shearer, "This is a Kitchen," January 1952, 38–41.
House Beautiful 94, Mary Elizabeth Wiley, "Little Dinners that Fool the Clock," February 1952, 108, 131–133.
House Beautiful 94, Mary Roche, "The Luxury of Being Yourself," May 1952, 131–135.
House Beautiful 94, November 1952, 199, 207.
House Beautiful 94, Olivia S. Reed, "A New Room Changed Our Lives," February 1952, 98–99.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, James W. Toland, "Modern With a Warm Look," May 11, 1952, I4, I8.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, Maxine Bartlett, "Career Woman's Castle," February 10, 1952, cover, F6–F7.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, Pauline Graves, "Door Enclosure," April 13, 1952, J18.
Pictorial California 27, no. 1, Winter 1952, 14–15, 18–19, 22–23.50
Pictorial California 27, no. 5, Autumn 1952, 14–15.
Sunset 109, " Designed into this Country House ...Comfort in its Looks and Living," no. 1, July 1952, 52–53.
Sunset 109, "A Soft Bath of Sunlight Spreads Itself Pleasantly Through This House," no. 3, September 1952, cover, 44–45, 77–78.
1953
Architectural Digest 13, no. 3, 1953, 17–26, 83–84, 87, 89, 96, 126–129, 159–163.
Architectural Digest 13, no. 4, c. 1953–1954, 33–38, 76–83, 126–135.
House & Home, “California Ranch Houses,” c.1953, 95–96.
House Beautiful 95, "A Beach House for Year–Round Living," June 1953, 144–147, 198–200.
House Beautiful 95, "A Change from Pattern to Texture Remodeled this House," March 1953, 174–177.
House Beautiful 95, "A New Deal for and Old House...A New Deck," October 1953, 216–219.
House Beautiful 95, "An Indoor–Outdoor Way of Life," December 1953, 136–137.
House Beautiful 95, "Decorating 'Separates'," June 1953, 118–123, 164.
House Beautiful 95, "Here's All You Need For 'Hi–Fi," January 1953, 72–73, 101–103, 107.
House Beautiful 95, "How to be Yourself in a Crowd," February 1953, 106–110.
House Beautiful 95, "How to Build an Inexpensive Garden Wall," April 1953, 104.
House Beautiful 95, "Let's Get Parked Cars off the Street," February 1953, 100–103.
House Beautiful 95, "Luxurious, Finely–Crafted Houses Are Still Being Built," March 1953, 88–103, 161–164.
House Beautiful 95, "New Forms With Old Textures," April 1953, 160–1, 267–8.
House Beautiful 95, "See How House Beautiful's Pace Setter House Provides for Music and Fun," January 1953, 53–59.
House Beautiful 95, "The Girard Story," February 1953, 65–87.
House Beautiful 95, "The New Way of Easy Elegance," June 1953, 124–25.
House Beautiful 95, "This Garden is a Room," April 1953, 182–83.
House Beautiful 95, "What Do You Learn from Flower Shows?," May 1953, 276, 279, 281–282, 284–285, 289–290.
House Beautiful 95, "What to Do With Leftover Stones," October 1953, 274–5.
House Beautiful 95, Dorothy Shaver, "The New American Look in Living," June 1953, 102–103, 206–208.
House Beautiful 95, Ellen Sheridan, "It's More Beautiful If You Create It Yourself," December 1953, 116–23, 182.
House Beautiful 95, Howard Taubman, "Do You Really Need a Piano?," February 1953, 76–79.
House Beautiful 95, Joseph A. Barry, "The Next America will be the Age of Great Architecture," April 1953, 116–25, 168–171.
House Beautiful 95, Joseph E. Howland, "You Can Have Both Flowers and a Terrace," March 1953, 136–137, 214.
House Beautiful 95, Poppy Cannon, "What it Means to Be a Modern Epicure," May 1953, 162–167, 201.
House Beautiful 95, Roy McMullen, "A World of Your Own Choosing," October 1953, 205–209, 254–57, 262.
House Beautiful 95, Virginia Stanton, "Smoke Cookery: The New Taste–Thrill That's 1,000 Years Old," August 1953, 80–81, 131–132.
House Beautiful 96, "The Double–Purpose Bedroom," January 1953, 50–51.
Los Angeles Times, "Beamed Ceilings Cited as Feature of Homes," March 15, 1953, E7.
Los Angeles Times, "Homes' Design Meets Indoor–Outdoor Wish," June 14, 1953, E7.
Los Angeles Times, "Record Crowds Visit Homes Development," May 17, 1953, E7.
Los Angeles Times, "Television Sets Built into New Dwellings," May 31, 1953, E8.
Sunset 110, "On a Wooded, Sloping Hillside..Here is True Harmony Between House and Site," no. 4, April 1953, 54–57.
1954
Architectural Digest 14, no. 1, 1954, 132–141.
Architectural Digest 14, no. 2, 1954, 14–17, 52–59, 70–74, 120, 124–125.
Architectural Digest 14, no. 3, c. 1954, 11–28, 57–59, 66, 72–76, 110–121, 148–150.
House Beautiful 96, "A Bedroom–Dressing Room Suite," October 1954, 194–198, 256–258.
House Beautiful 96, "A Center of Living for the Whole Family," October 1954, 204–207, 260–261.
House Beautiful 96, "A Fine House Means Quality Not Quantity," November 1954, 240–45, 270–272.
House Beautiful 96, "A Handcrafted Object Needn't Cost More," October 1954, 174–175, 262–263.
House Beautiful 96, "A Modern Garden for a Semi–Retired Couple," February 1954, 110–111.
House Beautiful 96, "A New Trend: The Private Bedroom Garden," January 1954, 52–53.
House Beautiful 96, "A Room for Orderly, Formal People Reflecting Their Greatest Interest," October 1954, 214–217, 280–281.
House Beautiful 96, "A Room to be Alone In," October 1954, 182–187, 229–230.
House Beautiful 96, "A Walk through a Good House," November 1954, 206–219.
House Beautiful 96, "Build a Wall for Year–Round Garden Seating," February 1954, 171.
House Beautiful 96, "Here is the New American Beauty," October 1954, 188–191, 246–247.
House Beautiful 96, "How to Bring Life to a Living Room," October 1954, 180–181, 224.
House Beautiful 96, "How to Furnish a Stairway," March 1954, 106–107.
House Beautiful 96, "How to Get Traditional Grace and Modern Ease," May 1954, 164–69, 256.
House Beautiful 96, "How to Use Strong, Bold Pattern." March 1954, 110–113.
House Beautiful 96, "Privacy on a 100' Lot," September 1954, 150–151.
House Beautiful 96, "Rooms for a Lively Life," no. 10, October 1954, 168–173.
House Beautiful 96, "The Arts of Daily Living," October 1954, 167, 222.
House Beautiful 96, "The Renter's Dilemma," September 1954, 112–117.
House Beautiful 96, "The Return of the Brass Bed," January 1954, 76–77.
House Beautiful 96, "This Litter Garden Looks BIG," September 1954, 190–193.
House Beautiful 96, "Tricks with Concrete Blocks," July 1954, 69.
House Beautiful 96, "Why is this Garden Worth Using as a Model," August 1954, 66–69.
House Beautiful 96, "You Can Do It Yourself and Do It With Style," July 1954, 48–53.
House Beautiful 96, “How to Look at this Exhibition," October 1954, 178–179, 245.
House Beautiful 96, “How to Use Plants With Style–IV," August 1954, 72–75.
House Beautiful 96, Ellen Sheridan, "How to Make Small Rooms Seem Larger," March 1954, 94–97.
House Beautiful 96, Ellen Sheridan, "Nine Ways to Install Television," April 1954, 170–173, 222–223, 227.
House Beautiful 96, Ellen Sheridan, "The Most Accommodating Room in the House," November 1954, 220–229.
House Beautiful 96, John D. Hill, "How to Be the Only House in Town with a Breeze," April 1954, 176–179, 268–271, 277.
House Beautiful 96, Joseph E. Howland, "Secrets to Success," September 1954, 146–147.
House Beautiful 96, Laura Tanner, "Pick a Paper," March 1954, 98–101.
House Beautiful 96, Leavitt Dudley, "The New Plastic Panels are Ideal for Saturday's Carpenter,” July 1954, 79–81.
House Beautiful 96, March 1954.
House Beautiful, “You Can Do It Yourself and Do It with Style," July 1954, 48–53.
House Beautiful, July 1954, cover.John A. and Carol L. Grant, Garden Design Illustrated (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1954), 14.
Los Angeles Times, "Features of New Homes Winning Owner Approval," July 11, 1954, E8.
Pictorial California 29, Autumn 1954, 20–21.
1955
Architectural Digest 15, no. 1, c. 1955, 54–57, 67–71.
House Beautiful 97, "A House Built Around Plastics," July 1955, 68–69, 103.
House Beautiful 97, "A Modern Castle in the Air," November 1955, 278–81, 352–355.
House Beautiful 97, "A Solution When You Live Too Close to the Street," May 1955, 127.
House Beautiful 97, "An Automatic Pet Door," no. 6, June 1955, 183.
House Beautiful 97, "Another Postwar Development: The Family Room," September 1955, 126–127.
House Beautiful 97, "Christmas Trees That Never Grew," December 1955, 154–55, 204, 207–208.
House Beautiful 97, "Conifers Will Keep Your Garden Green," May 1955, 177, 190.
House Beautiful 97, "Engineered Storage of Small Possessions," March 1955, 85.
House Beautiful 97, "Frank Lloyd Wright Designs Home Furnishings You Can Buy!," November 1955, 282–290, 336–339.
House Beautiful 97, "Gardening in Green is a Lesson in Discrimination," May 1955, 271.
House Beautiful 97, "Have You Discovered the New Plastics Building Panels?," July 1955, 57–69.
House Beautiful 97, "Heavenly Christmas Ornaments," December 1955, 116–123.
House Beautiful 97, "How Inexpensively–And Nicely–Can You Furnish a Living Room in 1955?," January 1955, 58–61.
House Beautiful 97, "How to Create a Practical All–White Room," January 1955, 78–79, 109.
House Beautiful 97, "How to Have a Waterproof Splash–Back in a Wood–Paneled Kitchen," May 1955, 128.
House Beautiful 97, "'I Believe a House is More a Home by Being a Work of Art.'" November 1955, 258–263, 358, 361–363.
House Beautiful 97, "Look for a Sense of Space," May 1955, 178–181, 210.
House Beautiful 97, "The Bathroom–Our Refuge from Stress," March 1955, 114–121.
House Beautiful 97, "The Family House," September 1955, 110–19.
House Beautiful 97, "The Garage as a Rainy–Day Play Space," May 1955, 113.
House Beautiful 97, "The Merging of the Bathroom and Dressing Room," March 1955, cover, 122–23.
House Beautiful 97, "The New Conservatism," March 1955, 120–125, 224–226.
House Beautiful 97, "The Stantons Build a New Kind of Kitchen," no. 5, May 1955, cover, 139–157.
House Beautiful97, "The Storage Pavilion," August 1955, 66–69.
House Beautiful 97, "Two Ideas to Make Your Kitchen More Convenient," March 1955, 175.
House Beautiful 97, "Useful Tricks for Pool Addicts," June 1955, 178.
House Beautiful 97, "Why Thomas Church Remodeled his Garden Three Times," April 1955, 134–135.
House Beautiful 97, "You Can Lead a Private Life on a Public Beach," July 1955, cover, 52–53, 123.
House Beautiful 97, “St. Charles Kitchens,” January 1955, 91.
House Beautiful 97, April 1955, cover.
House Beautiful 97, Bruno Zevi, "The Reality of a House Within," trans. Edgar Kaufman, Jr., November 1955, 254–257, 373–376.
House Beautiful 97, Elizabeth Gordon, "A Kitchen for People Who Make an Art of Cooking," January 1955, cover, 44–55.
House Beautiful 97, Elizabeth Gordon, "The Symphonic Poem of a Great House," November 1955, 272–77, 322, 326.
House Beautiful 97, February 1955, cover, 63–174.
House Beautiful 97, Jean Lawson, "Maybe You Need Shade––Not Shelter," August 1955, 46–49.
House Beautiful 97, John deKoven Hill, "The Poetry of Structure," no. 11, November 1955, 347.
House Beautiful 97, Joseph A. Barry, "The Graceful Growth of a Good House," June 1955, 86–91, 181.
House Beautiful 97, Joseph A. Barry, "The New Conservatism Offers Us a New Stability, a New Synthesis," April 1955, 126–133, 214–219, 223.
House Beautiful 97, Joseph E. Howland, "Do You need a Garden Shelter?," August 1955, 44–45, 115.
House Beautiful 97, Joseph E. Howland, "The Pace Setter Way to Light a Garden," April 1955, 142–145.
House Beautiful 97, March 1955, cover, 73–178.
House Beautiful 97, Marion Gough, "How to Leave Home and Like It," February 1955, 60, 142.
House Beautiful 97, Marva Peterson Shearer, "Grooming Is Her Business," March 1955, 134–37, 151–152.
House Beautiful 97, Richard Williams, "Music and Frank Lloyd Wright," November 1955, 306–309, 351.
House Beautiful 97, Robert Burchette, "Don't Buy a Hemmed–In Feeling," August 1955, 84–88.
House Beautiful 97, Robert Mosher, "The Eloquence of Materials," November 1955, 250–253, 317–321.
House Beautiful 97, Wolfgang Langewiesche, "Summer Heat is Man–made," June 1955, 112–115, 138, 141.
New York Times, Betty Pepis, “Lily Pons' Dream House Turns Out Just as She Had Hoped,” March 19, 1955, 11.
Thomas D. Church, Gardens Are For People (New York: Reinhold Publishing Corporation, 1955).
1956
Architectural Digest 15, no. 2, c. 1956–1957, 5–11, 31–36, 80–83, 100, 112.
House Beautiful 98, "A New Life for an Old Ruin," February 1956, 88–95.
House Beautiful 98, "Army Barracks into Hacienda," March 1956, 122–27, 172, 204.
House Beautiful 98, "House Beautiful's Pace Setter House for 1956," July 1956, 53–102.
House Beautiful 98, "More on the New Trend to Romanticism: The Enrichment of Plain Surfaces," October 1956, 182–83, 274–276.
House Beautiful 98, "She Tries Her Hand at Anything and Succeeds at Everything," August 1956, 52–56, 101–102.
House Beautiful 98, "Soften those Sharp Edges, Hard Corners and Dreary Outlooks," October 1956, 284–288.
House Beautiful 98, "The Right Container for the Right Plant for the Right Spot," October 1956, 216–19.
House Beautiful 98, "This Summer You Can Afford Garden Lighting," 1956, 128–131, 203–204.
House Beautiful 98, "Water Serene and Sparkling, It Gives a Garden Added Depth," June 1956, 132–135, 210–214.
House Beautiful 98, Frances Heard, "The Freedom to be Enterprising," November 1956, 246–253, 302–308.
House Beautiful 98, Jean Lawson, "Remodeling Your Garden Can Pay the Highest Return on Your Investment," February 1956, 124–126, 188.
House Beautiful 98, John deKoven Hill, "A Fine Old Stable Becomes a Fine New House," February 1956, 104–107.
House Beautiful 98, John deKoven Hill, "The Look of American Life at the Top Level," November 1956, 258–265, 318–321.
House Beautiful 98, Joseph A. Barry, "America–Body and Soul," November 1956, 238–242, 272, 274, 277–279.
House Beautiful 98, Marion Gough, "Glamour by the Square Foot," August 1956, 74–75.
House Beautiful 98, Marion Gough, "Turning a Mean Little Cottage into a Handsome Town House," February 1956, 114–117, 178–179.
House Beautiful 98, Ralph G. Martin, "How Individualism Got a Second Chance," February 1956, 96–101, 146–151, 169.
House Beautiful 98, Robert Mosher, "The Bigger the Problem the Better the House," June 1956, 96–101, 146, 149.
House Beautiful 98, Sara Little, "Decorating Ideas from Bing Crosby's House," September 1956, 114–115.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, Esther McCoy, "California Landscaping No. 3: To Arrange Space and Volume," May 13, 1956, P59.
Los Angeles Times, Pauline Graves, "Tuckaway Storage," June 17, 1956.
Pictorial California 31, no. 3, Summer 1956, 18–19.
Pictorial California 31, no. 4, Vacation 1956, 18–19.
Pictorial California 31, no. 6, Holiday 1956, 18–19.
1957
Architectural Digest 15, no. 3, c. 1957–1958, 52–57, 88–91, 137–141.
Architectural Digest 15, no. 4, c. 1957–1958, 30–38, 86–90.
Frederick Gutheim, One Hundred Years of Architecture in America 1857–1957: Celebrating the Centennial of The American Institute of Architects (New York: Reinhold Publishing Company, 1957).
House Beautiful 99, "A Small Six–Room Palace," November 1957, 254–263, 285.
House Beautiful 99, "In the Most Unlikely Places You Can Create a Private Splendour," November 1957, 264–65.
House Beautiful 99, "Make Your Back Door as Presentable as the Front Door," July 1957, 97.
House Beautiful 99, "New–But Well Rooted in the Past," no. 12, December 1957, 154–59.
House Beautiful 99, "The Splendor of Interior Spaciousness," November 1957, 234–241.
House Beautiful 99, "Vines for Privacy," May 1957, 151.
House Beautiful 99, "Vines for Shade," May 1957, 150.
House Beautiful 99, "Vines: the Plants that Pay Off Best," May 1957, 253.
House Beautiful 99, March 1957,141.
Los Angeles Times, "Used to Effect," June 16, 1957.
Pictorial California 32, no. 1, Winter 1957, 18–19.
Pictorial California 32, no. 3, Summer 1957, 18–19.
Pictorial California 32, no. 4, Vacation 1957, 18–19.
Pictorial California 32, no. 6, Holiday 1957, 18–19.
Practical Gardener, “How to Shop at a Garden Center,” 1957.
1958
Architectural Digest 16, no. 1, 1958, 28–36, 114–119, 128–131.
Architectural Forum 109, “Contrast in Texas,” July 1958, 82–87.
Architectural Forum 109, “Insurance Company Headquarters,” July 1958, 121.
House Beautiful 100, "A House that is Very Much More Than a House," July 1958, 39–85.
House Beautiful 100, "A Simple Roof is the Whole Building," September 1958, 102–105, 146.
House Beautiful 100, "Coordinates: The Greatest Invention since the Steam Engine," March 1958, 124–129.
House Beautiful 100, "Enclosed Swimming Pools," 1964.
House Beautiful 100, "Give Your Child a World of Their Own," August 1958, 48–49.
House Beautiful 100, "How to Manage a Pattern," March 1958, 110–113.
House Beautiful 100, "Modern Polynesian Motifs in Honolulu," September 1958, 136.
House Beautiful 100, "Nine Front Entrances in Hawaii," October 1958, 223–224.
House Beautiful 100, "Some Papers are Just for Fun," March 1958, 106–109.
House Beautiful 100, "The New Hawaiian Home," September 1958, 110–115, 144, 146.
House Beautiful 100, "They Know House to Live Luxuriously in the Smallest Spaces," September 1958, 128–135.
House Beautiful 100, "They Live in the Midst of Beauty," September 1958, 124–27.
House Beautiful 100, "This Breakfast Room... Conceals a Cooking Pantry," October 1958, 41.
House Beautiful 100, "Two Worlds Meet Here Under One Roof," September 1958, 116–117, 163–164.
House Beautiful 100, "When Privacy Requires a Gate," October 1958, 240–241.
House Beautiful 100, "When the Front Door is the Back Door and the Garden too," February 1958, 140–141.
House Beautiful 100, Bob Krauss, "Hawaii–The Place That Surpasses Its Own Travel Ads," September 1958, 106–107, 149–154.
House Beautiful 100, Curtis Besinger, "How Does a Style Get Born in Only 29 Years?," September 1958, 92–95, 161–164.
House Beautiful 100, Curtis Besinger, "How to Capture the Intangible in Permanent Form," April 1958, 148–51, 210.
House Beautiful 100, Elizabeth Gordon, "Hawaii Proves: The Importance of Good Influences," September 1958, 96–101.
House Beautiful 100, Katherine Bazore Gruelle, "The World's Richest Mix of National Cuisines," September 1958, 120–23, 165–166.
House Beautiful 100, Marva Shearer, "...When Home Is the Best Place to Be," August 1958, 62–71, 106–?.
Joseph A. Barry, The House Beautiful Treasury of Contemporary American Homes (New York: Hawthorne Press, 1958).
Joseph E. Howland, The House Beautiful Book of Gardens and Outdoor Living (New York: Doubleday, 1958).
Pictorial California 33, no. 3, Summer 1958, 18–19.
Pictorial California 33, no. 4, Vacation 1958, 11.
Pictorial California 33, no. 5, Autumn 1958, 18–19.
Pictorial California 33, no. 6, Holiday 1958, 18–19.
Vogue 131, “Most Talked About House and the Man Who Made It That Way,” February 1, 1958, 169–177.
Western Ranch Houses by Cliff May (Menlo Park, Ca: Lane Pub. Co., 1958), (Santa Monica, Ca: Hennessey & Ingalls, 1997).
1959
Architectural Digest 16, "A Young Lady's Bed–sitting Room in San Francisco, California," no. 2, Summer 1959, 149.
Architectural Digest 16, no. 2, Summer 1959, 39, 100–102, 155, 183.
Architectural Digest 16, no. 3, Fall 1959, 11–16, 61–63, 70, 79–86, 113–119.
Architectural Digest 16, no. 4, 1959, 5–10, 25–30, 34–37, 53–59, 66–67, 72, 88–89, 128–133.
House Beautiful 101, "10 Ways to Brighten Up Your Garden Life in 1959," no. 1, January 1959, 106.
House Beautiful 101, "A Small House can have a Big Presence," no. 10, October 1959, 254–255.
House Beautiful 101, "Architectural Use of Fine Possessions," no. 10, October 1959, 252–253.
House Beautiful 101, "Beyond the Functional––into the Poetic," no. 10, October 1959, 228–230.
House Beautiful 101, "Climate Control Beside the Pool," April 1959, 138–139.
House Beautiful 101, "Close Off the Bar with Style," no. 10, October 1959, 204.
House Beautiful 101, "Exploiting the Rich Possibilities in Materials," October 1959, 238–239.
House Beautiful 101, "Floors That Do the Job They're Supposed to Do," May 1959, 134–143.
House Beautiful 101, "Give Yourself The Present: a Better Place to Live," December 1959, 168–177.
House Beautiful 101, "Glamour Without Tears," April 1959, 122–127.
House Beautiful 101, "How to Hide the Ghostly Eye of Television," March 1959, 128.
House Beautiful 101, "If It Has a Beautiful Site You Can Start With a Bad House," June 1959, 136–139, 185.
House Beautiful 101, "Integration: The Art of Knitting Everything Together into One Stronger Whole," no. 10, October 1959, 240–243.
House Beautiful 101, "Light From Above Breaks Up a Box," no. 10, October 1959, 314–315.
House Beautiful 101, "Outdoor Attractions," June 1959, 108–11.
House Beautiful 101, "Remodel Your Garden and Give Your House a New Lease on Life," June 1959, 198–199.
House Beautiful 101, "The Inner Garden," no. 10, October 1959, 226–228.
House Beautiful 101, "The Three Stages of Awareness," no. 1, January 1959, 42–43.
House Beautiful 101, "The Why and How of Underplanting," September 1959, 201.
House Beautiful 101, "The Wrightian Way: Extend the Structure into the Landscape," no. 10, October 1959, 328–329.
House Beautiful 101, "They Never Have to Say: 'You Should Have Been Here Last Week!,'" April 1959, 106–109.
House Beautiful 101, "What are the Characteristics of a Typical American House?," March 1959, 90–95, 155–157.
House Beautiful 101, "Wright Considered Ornament Desirable," no. 10, October 1959, 249.
House Beautiful 101, "Wright Interlocks Site and Structure," no. 10, October 1959, 327.
House Beautiful 101, "Wright's Way with a Hall: Put It to Work," no. 10, October 1959, 188, 193.
House Beautiful 101, "You Can Build a Pool Where You Think You Can't," April 1959, 140–43, 164, 166, 168.
House Beautiful 101, Carolyn S. Murray, "How to Help a House Grow Old Gracefully," June 1959, 104–107.
House Beautiful 101, Carolyn S. Murray, "They Found a Treasure of Space Behind a Run–Down Exterior," June 1959, 116–119, 166, 169.
House Beautiful 101, Curtis Besinger, "Shelter that Encloses Without Confining," no. 10, October 1959, 214–19, 286–289.
House Beautiful 101, Curtis Besinger, “The Traditional Graces Give Elegance to This New Environment.” November 1959, 226-237.
House Beautiful 101, Elizabeth Gordon, "Exploding the Box to Gain Spaciousness," no. 10, October 1959, 257.
House Beautiful 101, Elizabeth Gordon, "From Jockey to Art Dealer," January 1959, 46–48.
House Beautiful 101, Elizabeth Gordon, "The Essence of Frank Lloyd Wright's Contribution," no. 10, October 1959, 210–211.
House Beautiful 101, Elizabeth Gordon, "Wright's Way with Little Things," no. 10, October 1959, 232.
House Beautiful 101, Guy Henle, "How to Take 40 years Off the Life of Your House: Build an Outdoor Living Room," June 1959, 120–125.
House Beautiful 101, Guy Henle, "The Open Plan–a Way to Gain Spaciousness," no. 10, October 1959, 244–245, 298.
House Beautiful 101, Guy Henle, “The Pros and Cons of Swimming Pools,” April 1959, 36–37.
House Beautiful 101, Jane Chapman, "Lack of Money Was No Obstacle to Having a Beautiful Home," January 1959, 50–59, 95–96, 99–100.
House Beautiful 101, John deKoven Hill, "For Cathedral Space Consider the A–frame," December 1959, 162–163, 212–213.
House Beautiful 101, John deKoven Hill, "Interior Space as Architectural Poetry," no. 10, October 1959, 221.
House Beautiful 101, November 1959, 269–270.
Pictorial California, Autumn 1959, 18–19.
Pictorial California, Spring 1959, 16–20.
Pictorial California, Winter 1959, 20–21.
Town & Country, "Isle in the Sky," April 1959, 74–75.
1960
Architectural Digest 17, no. 1, 1960, 4–26, 36–40, 54–57, 68–69, 88–93, 102–111, 156.
Architectural Digest 17, no. 2, Summer 1960.
Architectural Digest 17, no. 3, Fall 1960, 4–11, 12–13, 32–35, 66–69, 78–91, 120–123, 127–138, 154–157.
House Beautiful 102, "How Hawaii has Adapted the Japanese Idea," September 1960, 102–104.
House Beautiful 102, "Stacking Stools––for Sitting and Storing," no. 1, January 1960, 58–61.
House Beautiful 102, "The Easiest Possible Steps to Build," November 1960, 278.
House Beautiful 102, "This Three–in–one is a Table with a Hidden Service Bonus," November 1960, 286.
House Beautiful 102, "Urbane Living Behind a Cottage Front," May 1960, 194–197.
House Beautiful 102, "Where It's Needed Most: Privacy Around the Pool," May 1960, 172–173, 208.
House Beautiful 102, Carolyn S. Murray, "For the Novice: Two Projects in Ceramic," January 1960, 78–81.
House Beautiful 102, Curtis Besinger, "A House Tailored for Leisurely–Paced Living," March 1960, 118–119, 161–162.
House Beautiful 102, Curtis Besinger, "Lessons We Are Learning From Japan," September 1960, 120–125, 193.
House Beautiful 102, Curtis Besinger, "They Built the Right House," no. 10, October 1960, 216–21, 246, 249–51.
House Beautiful 102, Guy Henle, "How to be Creative with a Saw," no. 1, January 1960, 46–49.
House Beautiful 102, Jean Ray Laury, "The Simplest Possible Creative Stitchery," January 1960, 52–55.
House Beautiful 102, Roxa Wright, "Pour Yourself and Window Pane!," January 1960, 92.
House Beautiful 102, Walter Chapman, "If Your Can make a Mud Pie You'll Be a Whiz at Sand Casting," January 1960, 82–85, 97.
House Beautiful 102, William Justema, "The Design and Making of Mosaics," January 1960, 66–69.
Los Angeles Times, January 24, 1960, SC4.
Motels, Hotels, Restaurants and Bars (McGraw–Hill: 1960), 308–313.
1961
Architectural Digest 18, no. 1, Spring 1961, 21–25, 142–145.
Architectural Digest 18, no. 3, Fall 1961.
House Beautiful 103, "25 Small Refrigerators and Freezers," May 1961, 150–154, 176.
House Beautiful 103, "30 Ways to Cut Kitchen Time," no. 10, October 1961, 185, 187.
House Beautiful 103, "A Magnificent House–Perfectly Content to be a Quiet Background," April 1961, 118.
House Beautiful 103, "Look What Can Happen to Outmoded Kitchens," no. 10, October 1961, 196–199.
House Beautiful 103, "Low–Maintenance Window Treatments," November 1961, 198–205.
House Beautiful 103, "Surprising New Trend: the Second Kitchen," October 1961, 190–191.
House Beautiful 103, "Swimming Pools that Contribute as Architecture," April 1961, 99–107.
House Beautiful 103, "The Big Swing to the Sunken Tub," no. 8, August 1961, 74–75.
House Beautiful 103, "The Kitchen That Hardly Looks Like a Kitchen," no. 10, October 1961, 164–169.
House Beautiful 103, "The Relaxing World of Your Bath," no. 8, August 1961, 58.
House Beautiful 103, "The Relaxing World of Your Bed and Bath," no. 8, August 1961, 67–69.
House Beautiful 103, "The Sensible Way to Screen a Play Yard," March 1961, 184.
House Beautiful 103, "The Storage–Counter–Lavatory," no. 8, August 1961, 88, 90.
House Beautiful 103, "What You Can Learn From This Rooftop Garden," no. 5, May 1961, 130–131, 172.
House Beautiful 103, "You Don't Have to Live with a Useless Garden," October 1961, 264–266.
House Beautiful 103, “How to Make Your Windows Beautiful, Volume II,” Spring/Summer 1961?.
House Beautiful 103, “The Big Swing to the Sunken Tub," no. 8, August 1961, 74.
House Beautiful 103, April 1961, 101, 106.
House Beautiful 103, Carolyn S. Murray, "A Great Sense of Space in 590 Square Feet," November 1961, 214–217, 265–267.
House Beautiful 103, Carolyn S. Murray, "Look What's Happening to Showers!," no. 8, August 1961, 76–77.
House Beautiful 103, Carroll Calkins, "You Can Have Paving Without Heat and Glare," May 1961, 182.
House Beautiful 103, Curtis Besinger, "A Haven is Intimate in Scale, Warm in Quality," February 1961, 114–19.
House Beautiful 103, Curtis Besinger, "Build a Good Environment for Plants–and You Will Thrive," January 1961, 58–63, 106–107.
House Beautiful 103, Curtis Besinger, "How to Prevent Deterioration–In Man–and In His House," January 1961, 71–83, 120.
House Beautiful 103, Curtis Besinger, "How to Take Full Advantage of Your Site," no. 5, May 1961, 101–109.
House Beautiful 103, Earl Ubell, "Growing Old: Is the Best Yet to Be?," January 1961, 66–70.
House Beautiful 103, January 1961, cover.
House Beautiful 103, June Meehan, "Arrange Your Lawn for Easier Power Mowing," no. 5, May 1961, 136.
House Beautiful 103, Laura Tanner, "To Stay Out All Summer: Outdoor Furniture with an Open Look," April 1961, 142–153, 166–169.
House Beautiful 103, no. 9, September 1961, 83.
Los Angeles Times, "Charm Plus Efficiency," November 19, 1961.
Los Angeles Times, "One Room, but Two Functions," July 23, 1961, M38.
Los Angeles Times, "Styled for Eye and Ear Appeal," September 24, 1961, 56.
Los Angeles Times, July 2, 1961, E8.
Los Angeles Times, September 24, 1961, 52.
Pictorial California 36, no. 1, Winter 1961, 6–9, 20–21.
Pictorial California 36, no. 4, Vacation 1961, 18-20.
1962
Architectural Digest 19, no. 1, Spring 1962, 15–25, 49–56, 68–70, 84–85, 90–91, 98–99, 104–109, 122–123, 134–135.
Architectural Digest 19, no. 3, Fall 1962, 23–29, 36–48, 73–77, 120–127, 133–139.
House Beautiful 104, "A Retirement House that Takes Care of Itself," no. 5, May 1962, 142–145.
House Beautiful 104, "Are you the West–Coast Type?," no. 11, November 1962, 194–201, 277–279.
House Beautiful 104, "Curves Make a Small House Seem Bigger," no. 6, June 1962, 96–99.
House Beautiful 104, "First Person Bliss," no. 1, January 1962, 96–97.
House Beautiful 104, "How to Use Old Things in New Ways," no. 11, November 1962, 231.
House Beautiful 104, "Need More Book Shelves?," no. 11, November 1962, 208.
House Beautiful 104, "No Cliché Dining Room For Me!," no. 11, November 1962, 214–221.
House Beautiful 104, "The Intensive Use of Space–What It Really Means," March 1962, 147.
House Beautiful 104, "The Many–sided Dining Room," no. 9, September 1962, 160–161.
House Beautiful 104, "The Perfect Marriage of Garden to Site," no. 3, March 1962, 152–153.
House Beautiful 104, "The Second House You Can Afford to Own," no. 5, May 1962, 116–117, 195.
House Beautiful 104, "Three Rooms Where Fun Comes First," no. 8, August 1962, 66–67.
House Beautiful 104, "What Makes a Good Room for a Child?," no. 8, August 1962, 62–63.
House Beautiful 104, Carolyn S. Murray, "A Great Old House Lives," February 1962, 118–123.
House Beautiful 104, Carolyn S. Murray, "A Modest House In An Inspiring Setting," no. 5, May 1962, 128–129.
House Beautiful 104, Carolyn S. Murray, "For Two Busy People: a $16,225 House for a Difficult Climate," no. 10, October 1962, 200–201, 206–208.
House Beautiful 104, Carolyn S. Murray, "There Was a Missing Link In Their Garden," no. 5, June 1962, 110–113.
House Beautiful 104, Carroll Calkins, "Outside, You Play for Hours Without Anyone Telling You What to Do," no. 8, August 1962, 76.
House Beautiful 104, Curtis Besinger, "It's Not How Much You Spend but How You Spend It," no. 6, June 1962, 81–87, 159–160.
House Beautiful 104, Ernst Auerbach, "Making Useful Things of Pewter," no. 1, January 1962, 90–93, 108–109.
House Beautiful 104, June 1962, cover.
House Beautiful 104, June Meehan, "How to Give Character to Concrete Paving," 1962, 112–113, 168–169.
House Beautiful 104, Richard K. Webel, "How to Save Trees When You Pave or Change the Grade," no. 5, May 1962, 147.
House Beautiful 104, T. V. Smith, "A Successful Experiment in Cultural Transplanting," no. 1, January 1962, 56–67.
Los Angeles Times, Barbara Lenox, "A Thoughtful Answer to the Problem of Privacy," February 4, 1962, 16–17.
Pictorial California 37, no. 3, Summer 1962, 18–19.
1963
Architectural Digest 20, no. 1, Spring 1963, 3–8, 24–36, 46–53, 62–65, 120.
Architectural Digest 20, no. 3, Fall 1963, 3–11, 22–25, 37–39, 40–45, 48–53, 104–109, 126–130.
House Beautiful 105, "A Fence is Another Way to Create an Atrium," no. 8, August 1963, 77.
House Beautiful 105, "A Serious Collector of Playfulness––and How He Lives," no. 4, April 1963, 134–137.
House Beautiful 105, "An Atrium Can Lengthen Your Outdoor Season," no. 8, August 1963, 72–73.
House Beautiful 105, "How to Stretch Space for Storing Clothes," no. 9, September 1963, 195.
House Beautiful 105, "Is There a Truly Comfortable Corner in Your House?," no. 3, March 1963, 171.
House Beautiful 105, "Starter Furniture for Young Marrieds," no. 6, June 1963, 132–133.
House Beautiful 105, "The Comfortable Clutter of an Actor in Love With the Arts," no. 4, April 1963, 153.
House Beautiful 105, "The Diverse Tastes of a Stage Director," no. 4, April 1963, 150–51.
House Beautiful 105, "The Mechanical Marvels of a Motor Manufacturer," no. 4, April 1963, 140–143, 204–205.
House Beautiful 105, "Think of Your Garden as an Outdoor Room," no. 6, June 1963, 91.
House Beautiful 105, "Two New Versions of the Old–Fashioned Porch," no. 7, June 1963, 78–79.
House Beautiful 105, Carroll Calkins, "The 20th Century Look of a Gardener's Garden," no. 5, May 1963, 160–163.
House Beautiful 105, Curtis Besinger, "A House with Restraint in the Vastness of Nature," no. 10, October 1963, 182–91, 241.
House Beautiful 105, Curtis Besinger, "An Atrium for all Seasons," no. 8, August 1963, 58–64, 66–67.
House Beautiful 105, Curtis Besinger, "Maybe Drastic Changes aren't Needed," no. 9, September 1963, 136–141.
House Beautiful 105, Curtis Besinger, "The Mysterious Allure of Grilles," no. 11, November 1963, 249–251.
House Beautiful 105, David X. Manners, "How to Lick the Limitations of a Narrow Lot," no. 8, August 1963, 90–95.
House Beautiful 105, David X. Manners, "How to Perform a Miracle in the Back Yard," no. 3, March 1963, 165, 181.
House Beautiful 105, Madelaine Thatcher, "How Public Should the Front Entrance Be?," no. 11, November 1963, 222–227.
House Beautiful 105, Paul Hanna and Jean Hanna, "Our Love Affair with Our House," no. 1, January 1963, 84, 91.
Los Angeles Times, "Furniture on Wheels," September 22, 1963.
Pictorial California 38, no. 1, Winter 1963, 18-19.
Pictorial California 38, no. 3, Summer 1963, 18–19.
Pictorial California 38, no. 4, Vacation 1963, 20–21.
Pictorial California 38, no. 5, Autumn 1963, 18–19.
Pictorial California 38, no. 6, Holiday 1963, 18–19.
1964
Architectural Digest 21, no. 1, Spring 1964, 49–51, 100–102, 117–119.
Architectural Digest 21, no. 2, Fall 1964, cover, 24–31, 60–63, 74–81, 84–87, 102–103.
Architecture of Southern California : A Selection of Photographs, Plans, and Scale Details from the Work of Wallace Neff (Chicago : Rand McNally, 1964, 2nd printing 1966).
Bonanza, “A Path That Says Welcome,” August 9, 1964.
House Beautiful 106, "A Kitchen Buried Inside the House," no. 5, May 1964, 198–200.
House Beautiful 106, "Before You Buy Kitchen Equipment, Know All the Market Offers," no. 5, May 1964, 217.
House Beautiful 106, "Combine the Best of Yesterday and Today," no. 9, September 1964, 144, 146–147, 202.
House Beautiful 106, "Come into the House––into the Sun––and Stay Cool," no. 2, February 1964, 114–123, 132.
House Beautiful 106, "How to Make Every Inch of Space Count," no. 5, May 1964, 193, 232.
House Beautiful 106, "It's the Vistas Within a House that Make it Seem Big," no. 6, June 1964, 115–117, 153.
House Beautiful 106, "Six Pleasant Ways to Eat in the Kitchen," no. 5, May 1964, 206.
House Beautiful 106, "Tarnish–Free Ways to Store Silver," no. 5, May 1964, 211.
House Beautiful 106, "The Manifold Merits of Islands and Peninsulas," no. 5, May 1964, 160–161.
House Beautiful 106, "The Pass–through: A Short Cut that is a Two–way Street," no. 5, May 1964, 170.
House Beautiful 106, "The Stylishness of the New Rustic Life," no. 7, July 1964, 88–91.
House Beautiful 106, "This Land Yacht Could Almost Go to Sea," no. 4, April 1964, 146–147.
House Beautiful 106, "You Can Change the House But Not the Site," no. 9, September 1964, 172–79.
House Beautiful 106, Carroll C. Calkins, "Loving Care Made a Rolling House a Mobile Mansion," no. 4, April 1964, 142–145.
House Beautiful 106, Curtis Besinger, "A Well–Designed House is like a Melody," no. 11, November 1964, 254–261.
House Beautiful 106, David X. Manners, “'Pave' Your Yard with a Deck,” no. 9, September 1964, 191.
House Beautiful 106, Guy Henle, "The Good Sense of a Screened Pool," no. 6, June 1964, 140–142.
Los Angeles Times 46, "A View for Every Room," May 17, 1964.
Los Angeles Times, Barbara Lenox, "Country French," November 15, 1964, C30–31.
Pictorial California 39, no. 1, Winter 1964, 18–19.
Pictorial California 39, no. 3, Summer 1964, 11, 18–19.
Pictorial California 39, no. 4, Vacation 1964, 18–19.
1965
Architectural Digest 21, no. 3, Spring 1965, 20–21, 43–47, 84–89.
House Beautiful 107, "The Little House that Moved," September 1965.78
House Beautiful 107, David X. Manners, "A The Next Room You Build: A Place for Creative Expression," no. 3, March 1965, 175.
Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, "Special–Duty Work Rooms," November 7, 1965, 58–59.
Los Angeles Times, "Decorating Illusions that Change a Scene," April 25, 1965, L52.
Los Angeles Times, "Flower–Fresh Powder Room," June 13, 1965, L40.
Los Angeles Times, "Piano Hideaway," December 19, 1965.
Los Angeles Times, Woodward Radcliffe, "Trees: Patio Focal Points," November 28, 1965.
Pictorial California 40, no. 1, Winter 1965, 14–15.
Pictorial California 40, no. 2, Spring 1965, 12–13.
Pictorial California 40, no. 3, Summer 1965, 20–21.
Pictorial California 40, no. 4, Vacation 1965, 18–20.
Pictorial California 40, no. 5, Autumn 1965, 18–19.
Pictorial California 40, no. 6, Holiday 1965, 18–19.
1966
House Beautiful 108, "Spanish in California," February 1966, 128.
House Beautiful 108, "The Pleasures of Work at Home," September 1966, 132.
House Beautiful 108, “Robsjohn–Gibbings,” October 1966, 228.
Los Angeles Times, "Dimensional Display," June 19, 1966.
Los Angeles Times, "Efficiency in a Small Space," February 20, 1966, M11.
Los Angeles Times, "Put Sunlight to Work Around the House," November 6, 1966.
Los Angeles Times, "The Beauty Of Unfilled Space," September 18, 1966. 79
Los Angeles Times, "Two Ways With Screens," May 29, 1966.
Los Angeles Times, Barbara Lenox, "Pattern Hits the Ceiling," January 30, 1966.
Los Angeles Times, Pauline Graves, "An Island of Storage," June 5, 1966.
Los Angeles Times, Pauline Graves, "Put Storage Where You Need It," February 13, 1966, 32.
Los Angeles Times, Pauline Graves, "Unique Solution," June 12, 1966.
Los Angeles Times, Pauline Graves, "Unusual Concept For A Bathroom," June 12, 1966.
Los Angeles Times, Pauline Grover [Graves] and Maynard L Parker, "Take It Easy!,"January 16, 1966.
Pictorial California 41, no. 1, Winter 1966, 18–19.
Pictorial California 41, no. 2, Spring 1966, 18–19.
Pictorial California 41, no. 4, Vacation 1966, 10–11.
1967
Los Angeles Times, "Friendly Partitioning," June 18, 1967.
Los Angeles Times, "It Doesn't Have to Say 'Apartment'," September 24, 1967.
Los Angeles Times, "Mirror Mirror on the Wall," June 11, 1967.
Los Angeles Times, "Paving with Wood for a Rustic Effect," October 22, 1967.
Los Angeles Times, "The Time is Now––the Mood is Early California," April 2, 1967.
Los Angeles Times, Pauline Graves, "The Case for Hospitality," April 2, 1967.
1968
Los Angeles Times, "Reflections in Architecture," January 7, 1968, A35.
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