The Ladies’ Home Journal was first published in 1883 and ever since has been one of the leading women’s magazines in the United States. By 1907, it became the first American magazine of any type to reach 1 million subscribers.
In 1946, LHJ adopted the slogan, “Never underestimate the power of a woman,” which it continues to use today.
The Journal continues to be at the forefront of the publishing industry, announcing that portions of its editorial content would be crowd-sourced from readers, who would be fairly compensated for their work. The arrangement was one of the first of its kind among major consumer magazines.
At Beekman 1802, we take great pride in all of our partners. After all, you ARE the company that you keep. This is why we are so honored that the May issue of LHJ has chosen to highlight the Beekman 1802 Heirloom Vegetable Cookbook.
To honor this, any LHJ reader that signs up for our farm newsletter will receive 15% off their first order of any items in the online Mercantile, including autographed and personalized copies of the new book. Click here to join the newsletter. And welcome to the farm!