|Author:||Mrs. W. B. Meloney|
|Title:||Better Homes In America|
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|Category:||Home Improvement and Design|
|Publisher:||Kessinger Publishing, LLC (May 23, 2010)|
My dear Mrs. Meloney: I am directed by the President to assure you of his earnest endorsement of the Better Homes Campaign which has been launched by the Advisory Council and is being carried on by representative women of America. He regards the campaign as of particular importance, because it places emphasis not only upon home ownership, which he regards as absolutely elemental in the development of the best citizenship, but upon furnishing, sanitation and equipment of the home. Mrs. W. B. Meloney, Sec'y. Advisory Council for Better Homes Campaign, 223 Spring Street, New York City, N. Y. Better homes demonstration week.
Better Homes in America Plan Book for Demonstration Week October 9 to 14, 1922. Release Date, Fecha impresión.
Better Homes in America (1922), Gutenberg Project e-book. Works by Marie Mattingly Meloney at Project Gutenberg.
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Meloney : download and read ebooks. Better Homes in America Plan Book for Demonstration Week October 9 to 14, 1922. Related authors: John Adams Vinton3 books in djvu format On December 23, 1804. Charles Augustin Sainte-Beuve, French literary critic (d. 1869), was born.
William Brown Meloney, whose deeply regretted death was announced yesterday, was one of the pioneers of the triumph of women in the newspaper field. Toward the end of the last century she was a reporter in Washington at 16. It is even now a charming, in those days it must have been a strange, sight, this young girl surveying the unkempt proceedings of Congress and the delirium of national conventions. In 1922, Meloney was responsible for beginning a Better Homes in America movement, one that would "encourage the more general use of labor-saving equipment, the use of more artistic home furnishings, and the development of home-life with reference to high standards of wholesomeness and achievement. In that and the following year, she directed the campaign, which was financed by The Delineator. Better Homes in America (1922), Gutenberg Project e-book.
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The Better Homes Movement received broad support from both government and industry. The movement sought to educate consumers, but it also served the interests of powerful groups and organizations: The connection between the campaign's educational and commercial concerns is illustrated by Hoover's essay "The Home as an Investment" in the Better Homes in America Plan Book for Demonstration Week, October 9 to 14, 1922.
Better Homes In America. Prior to 1922 the subject of home improvement had already commanded the attention of the Extension Service in the . Department of Agriculture in rural communities and of the National Housing Association in cities. During the years 1922 and 1923, the Better Homes in America Campaign was conducted under the direction of Mrs. William Brown Meloney and financed by The Delineator.