This page is being updated: Summer 2009
- The PantryIts History and Modern Uses, Gibbs Smith, Publisher: 2007
- Contributed chapter on the Victorian pantry to Victorian Kitchens, by Franklin & Esther Schmidt, Gibbs Smith, Publisher: 2005
- Jaffrey Then & Now by Robert B. Stephenson & Catherine L. Seiberling, 1992, Jaffrey Historic District Commission, Jaffrey, New Hampshire. A collaborative book on historical architecture and its many changes and transformations.
- “A Cottage Kitchen,” Old-House Interiors, April 2007 A vintage kitchen and pantry restoration in an 1890 shingle-style home.
- “Furniture Focus: Hoosier Cabinets,” Old-House Interiors, November 2006 Brief history of Hoosiers and other kitchen cabinets.
- “The Empty House,” Early Homes, Fall 2006 Personal essay about selling a beloved farm place.
- “The Sleeping Porch,” Old-House Interiors, July 2006 The history of the sleeping porch in American homes.
- “True Color,” New England Home, November 2005 A mountainside retreat in rural Vermont.
- “A World of Difference,” New England Home, September 2005 Cover story in inaugural home magazine about a new shingle-style home in the Boston suburbs.
- “Ravings from the Pantry,” Old-House Interiors, July 2005 Personal essay about various finds while organizing my kitchen and pantry cupboards.
- “Lyndhurst,” Old-House Interiors, Special “Victorian Design” issue, Winter 2005 The Gothic Revival mansion in Tarrytown, NY owned by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
- “Stenciling at the Source,” Old-House Interiors, January 2005 A stencil restoration by Polly Forcier of the Moses Eaton homestead.
- “Raising Children in Old Houses,” Early Homes, Spring 2004 Personal essay on the joys of child-rearing in a legacy house.
- “Pantries Then & Now,” Old-House Interiors, March 2004 The evolution of pantries in American homes, including installation of two Victorian style pantries in the author’s Federal home.
- “History Travel: Mackinac Island,” Old-House Interiors, September 2003
- “On Lake Huron, ca. 1916,” Old-House Interiors, September 2003 Archival photo piece on a rustic island summer home, Cedar Lodge, in northern Michigan.
- “Boston Tea Party,” Yankee, May 2003 Food feature and sidebars on a tea party at Nichols House Museum in Boston.
- “Tudor Tutorial,” Old-House Interiors, November 2002 On Stan Hywet Hallbuilt in 1916, Akron, Ohio and now operated as a museum.
- “The House that John & Henry Built,” Old-House Interiors, Fall 1998 The author’s own New England Federal “twin” house, built in 1813 and renovated in 1997.
- “Barrett House: A Federal Manse,” Colonial Homes, November 1998 Museum house owned and operated by Historic New England in New Ipswich, New Hampshire.
- “The Charms of TeaAt the Barrett HouseA New England Sunday,” Victoria, October 1996 Seasonal afternoon tea room at Barrett House.
- “Keeping Summer: A Reminiscence,” Victoria, June 1992 Personal essay on two white wicker chairs and their legacy.
- “From Louis Vuitton: The Case for Adventure,”Victoria, August 1991 Musings on Victorian travel and the Louis Vuitton Museum in Paris.
- “Home Fires,” Victoria, January 1991 Personal essay about sifting through books at a family farmhouse and finding hidden gems from ancestral women.
- “The Young Mistress of Gibson House,” Victoria, January 1990 Personal essay, with photographs, of life as a resident guide at this unique Victorian house museum.
© Catherine Pond