As an editor, Miller had a penchant for naming things and tasks such as editorial style sheets. In this regard, she created a style sheet for Queen under the name of "Caroline" that was in use at least as early as 1962 onwards. Miller left Queen for Vogue in 1964.
- Independent, The, 14 September 2006. Quentin Crewe obituary. Quotes Crewe regarding the invention of the name 'Caroline' by Beatrix Miller in Queen magazine.
- No Time to Die by Tiberis, Liz. Avon, New York, 1998. A profile of editor Beatrix Miller and her penchant for naming things. (pp. 76-78) 'Caroline' was introduced by Miller as the name of her style sheet to provide writers with a profile of The Queen magazine readership.
- Time, February 1962. - Jocelyn Stevens and his use of a 'Caroline' theme in his magazine originally called 'The Queen'.
- Queen, The (Christmas edition 1961), p2. Subscription invitiation to readers "for Caroline". The magazine's use of this name predates its radio use by several years. Jocelyn Stevens noted that he dropped the magazine prefix on January 30, 1962 (Coleridge, Nicholas and Stephen Quinn: The Sixties in Queen. Ebury Press, London, 1987 (p. 6)
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