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Madame Bernhardt Criticises New York
Trees for City Streets
Utility of Beauty
A Plea for the Old-Fashioned Garden
A Florentine Desecration
A Residence at Ludlow-On-The-Hudson, N. Y.
By Henry Rausch
A Colonial Residence at New Haven, Conn.
Flowers and Lawns for Stations
A Residence at Berkeley, Cal.
A Gambrel Roof Residence at Hartford, Conn.
A Residence at Bridgeport, Conn.
The Monumental Fountain of the Library of Congress
A Modern Dwelling at Nutley, N. J.
“Bee Hive,” a Cottage at Hasbrouck Heights, N. J.
A Gate House and Office at Sea Gate, L. I.
A Residence at Sea Gate, L. I.
A Cottage at Eckington, D. C.
Life of Building Stone
Carlson Hod Elevators
Smoke-Ducts in Ancient Houses
An Improved Four Roll inside Moulding Machine
The McCray Refrigerators
Diamond Wall Cement
A New Machine Carved Moulding
A Simple and Efficient Fire-Escape
The Day of Correspondence Instruction
The Jackson Ventilating Grate
Bommer Spring Hinges
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October 01, 1898
Beyond XX and XY
Biology. Identity. Equality.