Catalog Awards

Judges of the 14th Annual Catalog Awards named 75 finalists in 25 categories from a field of 320 entries. Additional finalists in the online and international categories will be selected later. The Gold and Silver Awards for all categories will be announced at a special luncheon on May 19 at the Annual Catalog Conference in Chicago.

The finalists, listed by category: Apparel Over ñ100

Tilley Endurables, 1998 Edition

Apparel Under ñ100

The Black Dog Catalog, Summer 1998; Nordstrom, Fiesta del Sol ’98

Business Clothing

Cintas, December 1998; Shoes for Crews, Fall/Winter 98; Varsity Spirit Fashions, 1998

Business Specialty Products

Nailco: Catalog for the Salon Industry, August-December 1998; Conney Safety Products, Fall 1998 Buyers Guide; Gall’s, 98L; Hello Direct, Summer 1998

Children’s Products

Hanna Andersson, Holiday 1998; The Natural Baby Catalog, Winter 1998; S.K.U.S.A., Fall ’98

Computer Equipment and Software

Black Box, Fall/Winter 1998-1999; Dalco Electronics, Catalog 34; EyeWire Studios, January 1999

Consumer Specialty Products The Cottura Catalogue, 1998/1999 Edition; Stampendous, 1998-99 Food

Harry and David, Christmas 1998; Harry and David, Summer 1998 Gardening

Arena Rose Co., 1999 Selections; Jackson & Perkins, New Roses 1999; Prairie Nursery, 1999 Catalog & Growing Guide; Territorial Seed Co., 1999 Spring Catalog

Gifts Over ñ75 The Cottura Catalogue, 1998/1999 Edition; Sundance, Holiday 1998; Sundance Jewelry, Holiday 1998; Talbots, Holiday 1998

Gifts Under ñ75 The Black Dog, Holiday 1998; The Disney Catalog, Fall 1998; Restoration Hardware, Holiday 1998

Graphics and Art Supplies Daniel Smith, Reference Catalog 1998/1999; EyeWire Studios, December 1998; EyeWire Studios, November 1998

Hardware Duluth Trading Co., Holiday 1998; McFeely’s Square Drive Screws, 98A

High-tech Products Crutchfield, Winter/Spring 1999; Everything Wireless, Winter ’99

Housewares, Linens, and Furniture Crate & Barrel, Holiday 1998; French Country Living, Early Autumn 1998 Catalogue; Gumps By Mail: Interiors, Autumn Preview ’98; Sur la Table, Holiday 1998

Industrial Supplies Edmund Scientific, 1998 Optics and Optical Instruments Catalog; Lab Safety Supply, January 1999 General Catalog; Stoner Clean, Lube, & Protect Direct, Summer/Fall 1998 Catalog

Informational Services Arbor Scientific, 1999 Catalog; S&S Recreation Master, 1999

New Business Catalog Etera, 1999 Perennial Guide; Tool Crib of the North, Winter 98/99; S&S

Primelife, 1999 New Consumer Catalog Wine Designs from the Heart, Fall-Winter 1998/99; Restoration Hardware, Fall 1998

Office Supplies, Furniture, and Stationery Day-Timer, Winter 1998-99; Idea Art, The All New 1998 Catalog; Reliable HomeOffice, Winter 1998

Retail Coach, Holiday 1998; The Cottura Catalogue, 1998/1999 Edition; Crate & Barrel, Fall 1998; FAO Schwarz, The Ultimate Toy Catalogue 1998; Patagonia, Winter 1998 Sporting Goods

The Fly Shop, 1998 Summer Catalog; Northwest River Supplies, 1998; Orvis: The Sporting Tradition, Fall 1998

Syndicated/Co-op Catalyst Cycling Guide, 1998; Creative Kidstuff, Fall/Winter 98/99; Dunkin’ Donuts Collection, August 1998; This Is Notre Dame, Fall/ Winter 1998-1999

Travel Backroads, 1999/2000; Mountain Travel-Sobek, 1999; Overseas Adventure Travel, 1999; Wilderness Travel 1999

Wholesale/Dealer Backroads, 1999/2000; Broder Bros., Spring 1999; Hero Arts Rubber Stamps, 1999; Jackson & Perkins, Roses 1999–PG

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