Woman’s Home Companion

American women’s magazine published from 1896 until 1957. Prior to 1896, the magazine was called the Ladies’ Home Companion, but the name was changed to distance the publication from Ladies’ Home Journal, their rival publication.
TitleDateTranscription Available
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for Natsu-San: A Japanese Tea House Girl.
Natsu-San: A Japanese Tea House GirlMar. 1899Yes
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for His Wife’s Husband.
His Wife’s HusbandMay 1899Yes
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for His Interpreter (Part 1).
His Interpreter (Part 1)Sept. 1899Yes
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for His Interpreter (Part 2).
His Interpreter (Part 2)Oct. 1899Yes
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for The Geisha Girl.
The Geisha GirlNov. 1899Yes
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for The Horseless Carriage of Japan.
The Horseless Carriage of JapanApr. 1900Yes
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for Her Japanese Lover.
Her Japanese LoverSept. 1900Yes
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for Amoy, A Chinese Girl.
Amoy, A Chinese GirlNov. 1900Yes
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for Home and Social Life of the Japanese.
Home and Social Life of the JapaneseFeb. 1901Yes
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 1-2).
A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 1-2)Apr. 1901Yes
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 3-4).
A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 3-4)May 1901Yes
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 5-7).
A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 5-7)June 1901Yes
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 8-9).
A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 8-9)July 1901Yes
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 10-12).
A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 10-12)Aug. 1901Yes
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for The Love of a Geisha Girl.
The Love of a Geisha GirlJuly 1902Yes
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for A Japanese American Love Story.
A Japanese American Love StoryAug. 1902Yes
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for Ochika-San.
Ochika-SanNov. 1906Yes

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Joey Takeda

Joey Takeda is the Technical Director of The Winnifred Eaton Archive and the User Interface Developer at the Digital Humanities Innovation Lab (Simon Fraser University). He is also an M.A. student in English at the University of British Columbia where his research focuses on Indigenous and diasporic Canadian literature; he is currently completing a digital edition of His Royal Nibs.
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