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The Elevator Problem in Lofty Buildings

A Summer Residence at Manchester-by-the-Sea, Mass.


A Gambrel Roof Cottage at Newton Centre, Mass.

“Fieldstone” —A Residence at Scranton, Pa.

A Suburban Cottage at Fordham Heights, New York

Mcmahon Hall, Catholic University, Washington, D. C.

Interior Decoration

The Value of Colored Glass in Domestic Architecture

A Workingman's Cottage at Lester-Shire, N. Y.

A Modern Dwelling at Jamaica, L. I.

A Residence at Devon, Pa.

A Cottage at Hackensack, N. J.

A Modern Residence at Hackensack, N. J.

Summer Houses

By William H. Winslow

Screws in Stone Walls

Speculative Building

Architect's Engineer's and Draughtsmen's Supplies

Graphite in Paints for Iron Work

High-Class Wood-Working Machinery

An Improved Boring Machine

An Improved Hot Air Furnace

Wood Worker's Tools

The Air of Bedrooms

Danger from Steel Buildings

The Prevention of Bust in Iron and Steel Structures

The Vance Steam and Hot Water Boilers

How to find Out if a Boom is Damp

Waterproof Surface Compo-Board No. 1

Improved Sliding Window Blinds


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