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A Corner of a Boudoir

Non-Porous Walls

Jarrah Wood

A Residence at Auburn Park

Henry Schliemann

A Residence at Mt. Vernon, New York

The Scientific American a Help to Builders

American Stone Fields

How can Iron Pulleys be Papered ?

A Residence at South Orange

England's Favorite Hardwoods

Plans and Specifications

A Carriage House



A Residence at Germantown

A Cottage on Sophia Avenue, Chicago

A Cottage at Stratford, Conn.

A Colonial Residence

Developments of Construction


Etching upon Glass

Magnesia in Cement

Corrosion of Zinc in Contact with Brick

Our Last Year's Volume

A Cottage on Elm Street, Austin, Chicago

A Cottage of Moderate Cost

A Cottage on Favorite Street, Austin, Chicago, Illinois

A New Gasoline Engine

Improved Woodworking Machinery

Universal File Handle

A Novel Calendar—Made of Tin

Broughton Self-Closing Basin Cock

The Dunning Hot Water Heater

The Edson Recording Pressure Gauge

Improved Conduits for Electric Wires

A Thoroughly Built Parlor Door Hanger

Labor-Saving Appliances for the Carpenter and Builder

California Fruit


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    February 01, 1891

    Science for the Modern World