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The Renaissance of Archaeological Studies

The Dangers of Tall Steel Structures

The Boston Elevated Stations

A Colonial Residence at Montclair, N. J.

The New York Art Commission

The “Eyrie,” a Log House at Woodmont-On-The-Sound, Conn.

Statues for the Syndicate Building

A National Art Club

A Cottage of Low Cost at Hackensack, N. J.

A Stone Residence at Overbrook, Pa.

A Residence at South Orange, N. J.

A Residence at New Haven, Conn.

A Modern Dwelling at Orange, N. J.

A Modern Dwelling at Lestershire, N. Y.

A Modern Dwelling at Chestnut Hill, Mass.

A Dwelling at Fordham Heights, New York

The True Education of an Architect

Underlays for Linoleum

A Novelty in Domestic Pumps

Builders' Ready-Made Woodwork

Butcher's Boston Polish

Excavations at Branchidæ

Government Tests of Timber

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