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A Residence at Tuxedo Park

Two Dwellings of Moderate Cost

To Tell the Age of a Horse

The Ventilation of Theaters

Moses as a Sanitarian

A Cottage for $1,800

Originality in Architecture

Ivory Gloss on Wood

Bricklaying in Frosty Weather

A Seaside Cottage

A Residence in Kenwood, Illinois

A Cottage of Field Stone and Wood

A Cottage for $1,050

Painting and Varnishing Floors

A Cottage on Prospect Avenue and 165th Street, New York

Residence of Moderate Cost

A Residence in Minneapolis

Reconstruction of the St. Lazare Station, Paris

Proceedings of the National Association of Builders

Tomb in the Cemetery of Beville

The Architect and Builder

Senator Stanford's $100,000 Tomb

Italian Marble

Masonry and Cement

A Porter's Lodge

Temple of Jupiter Olympius

House Painting

An English Cottage

Sale of Ready Made Plans

The Tower of Babel

A New Boiler for Steam or Hot Water Heating

The Sturtevant System of Heating and Ventilating Buildings

The Paragon Self-Feed Rip Saw

The Mason Regulator Company, of Boston, Mass

Gypsum Paint

A Burglar-Proof Sash Lock and Ventilator

Electrical Supplies

Mineral Wool

Permanency of Color in Paint

The Humphrey Pony Hand Elevator


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    June 01, 1888

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