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A Cottage of Moderate Cost

Use of Dynamite in Making Foundations

Evils of Large Drain Pipes

A Residence at Montclair

An Acoustic Trouble

The Giant Redwoods

Langside Battlefield Memorial

Cement for Stone

The Winn Memorial Library

A Cottage near New York

A Residence at Mount Vernon

A Residence on Chester Hill

A Remodeled Stone House

The Shanty” on Jerset City Heights, N. J

A Residence at Bridgeport

Cypress

Ornament

By James Clark

Design for a Railway Station

A Residence on Jersey City Heights

New Court House and Post Office, New Bedford, Mass.

A Block of Brick Fronts

A Talk with a Quarryman

Patents

The Mexican Pavilion at the Paris Exposition

Memorial Pulpits

Planting Strawberries

Slate an Unsafe Roofing for Mills

A Colonial House

Florence Nightingale's Home

Higher Coombe, Haslemere

The Camera a Witness in a Suit for Damages

Extensive and Successful Trusts—The Co-Operative Building System

Entrance Doorway to the Ceramic and Mosaic Section, Paris Exposition

A Model Bedroom

The Painter and the Architect

The Shah of Persia in Paris

Artistic Surroundings Enhance Morals

Woods for Finishing

A Substitute for Glass

Decoration of Interiors with “Lignomur”

An Improved Wood Finish for Interiors

An Improved Wood-Working Machine

Plans and Specifications

The Homes of the Poor

“Old Style” Roofing Tin

Notes and Queries

The Ball Engine Company

House Heating

Twenty-One “Gorton” Boilers for Fort Sheridan, Ill.

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    October 01, 1889

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