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House & Garden

House & Garden is a magazine of domestic design, published by Conde Nast in the 20th and early 21st century.

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House & Garden was founded in 1901, and was acquired by Conde Nast partially in 1911 and completely in 1915. It absorbed American Homes and Gardens in 1915. The magazine was renamed to "HG" in 1988, and ceased publication for the first time in 1993. A 1996 revival lasted until 2007, when Conde Nast announced that the December issue would be the magazine's last. While this marked the end of the US magazine, a British edition continues to be published.

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