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Art Appropriation for Cities in New York State
Humidity in House Heating
What Constitutes a Work of Art ?
A Residence at Bogota, N. J.
The Delay on the Public Library
A Residence at Hackensack, N. J.
A Studio and Residence at “Lawrence Park,” Bronxville, N. Y.
National Sculpture Society
Residence in Roland Park, Baltimore, Md.
St. James' Roman Catholic Church and Rectory, at Red Bank, N. J.
The Church of St. John of Nepomuk in Munich
Earthquakes and Tall Buildings
The Elm Street Improvement
A Colonial Residence at Hartford, Conn.
A Row of Modern Stores and Offices at Mott Haven, N. Y.
Retirement of Professor Norton
A Modern Cottage at Bridgeport, Conn.
A Summer Cottage at Woodmont-on-the-Sound, Conn.
A Physician's Residence at Newark, N. J.
Our Largest Builder
Independent Refrigerating Plants for office Buildings, Apartment Houses, Etc.
Pure Linseed Oil Paints
The Hoffman Spring Hinge
A Flemish Renaissance Mantel Design
The Howard Automatic Draft Regulator
An Improved Fire Escape
The Correspondence Schools' Car
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May 01, 1898
Scientific American Space & Physics