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A Dwelling for $2,500

Disinfecting Sick Rooms

City Frame Houses of Moderate Cost

A Large Building Endangered by Dry Rot

The Trade Unions

Some Data on Steam Heating

Putting Water Heating Pipes in Cook Stoves

Cedar Shingles

A Residence, Battenhall Park, Worcester, England

School House Architecture

By Louis H. Gibson

A Dwelling for $4,500

An Ornamental Pavilion

Plastering

A Residence in Minneapolis

The Railroad Men's House

A Church of Moderate Cost

The Rumbling Sound in Closed Carriages

A Thirty-Seven Hundred Dollar House

Typhoid

A Thirty-Five Hundred Dollar Dwelling

The New Monument and Tomb of M. Thiers

Jack Frost in Water Pipes

Pipes and Joints

A House for $3,800

A City Front

The Wood of Thuja Gigantea

The Effect of Freezing on Cement

Spontaneous Combustion

A Dutch Interior

A House for a Narrow Lot

To Repair Stone Steps

Cement Apparatus

A $4,500 Residence

Business and Personal

Effects of Snow on Marble

Insulated Air Coverings for Steam, Water, and Gas Pipes

Notes and Queries

Rosenberg's Finishes

Shingle Stains

The “Alert” Double Acting Hand Force Pump

The New Era Radiator

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