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Good Housekeeping on the newsstand in 1926

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Good Housekeeping Magazine Debuts
May 2, 1885

The magazine became extraordinarily popular. By 1911, when the Hearst Publishing company bought it, 300,000 people read Good Housekeeping. In 2006, the magazine had approximately 4.6 million paid subscribers. Today Good Housekeeping includes articles about home, food, fitness, beauty, health, and family. Have you ever heard of the Good Housekeeping Institute?
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