American Homes
and Gardens®
History

Innovation with Tradition

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

American Homes and Gardens®

 

Origin

Founded by Scientific American, the first Issue of American Homes and Gardens was published in July of 1905 by Munn & Company Publishers in New York, NY. Making the world's books discoverable online, Google digitized American Homes and Gardens Volumes 1-14 (1905-1914) from the original magazines that have been preserved at the Library of the University of Michigan College of Architecture and Princeton University for generations.

The historial archives of American Homes and Gardens are available to our readers in cooperation with the HathiTrust Digital Library, a partnership of major research institutions and libraries working to ensure that the cultural record is preserved securely for access and use today, and in future generations. This gateway to past editions of American Homes and Gardens provides our readers with a unique experience in American history, culture, and knowledge.

 

American Homes and Gardens 1905

 

21st Century

Today, American Homes and Gardens is primarily a digital publication on americanhomesandgardens.com. Limited quantities of the traditional magazine are printed for special events. Both platforms encompass the traditional home improvement, interior design, and garden sections along with new health and personal finance sections to provide readers with an enjoyable, informative, and memorable experience.

Introducing customers to advertisers on a common platform, full page digital magazine advertising services are available nationally on americanhomesandgardens.com. Local advertising space and marketing services are available on sub-domains and landing pages published in cities across the United States

 

Intellectual Property Rights

The names "American Homes and Gardens" and "American Homes and Gardens Magazine" are protected under trademark. Works published by American Homes and Gardens are protected under copyright and portions thereof under trademark. The aforementioned intellectual property rights of American Homes and Gardens includes all material published on AmericanHomesAndGardens.com, forwarding domains, and sub domains owned by American Homes and Gardens.

While content in the 1905-1915 editions of American Homes and Gardens published by our founders may be public domain, copyright laws vary from country to country and infringement liability can be severe. Portions of the publications on American Homes and Gardens that contain content from the 1905-1915 editions of American Homes and Gardens under duel authorship are protected under copyright and trademark law. Therefore, please assume that the work is protected under copyright and trademark law to avoid infringement liability.

It is the legal and ethical position of American Homes and Gardens that publishing material without giving credit to the original author, including the 1905-1915 content of American Homes and Gardens that may or may not be public domain, constitutes plagiarism. It is the policy of American Homes and Gardens to give credit to the original author and our founders when citing or reproducing content from the 1905-1915 editions of American Homes and Gardens. The early editions of American Homes and Gardens are historical works. Therefore, it is the position of American Homes and Gardens to avoid capitalizing on the historical works published by our founders and diligently discourage others from engaging in that practice.

 

Acknowledgment and Credit

American Homes and Gardens extends its gratitude and acknowledgement to Scientific American, American Homes and Gardens (1905-1915), Munn & Co, the University of Michigan, Princeton University, HathiTrust, and Google. We proudly move into the future!

~American Homes and Gardens