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An Architectural Symposium
What to do with the Backyard
Architectural Education in the United States
A Modern Dwelling at Springfield, Mass.
A Summer House at Sea Gate, L. I.
Colonial Architecture in New York
A Colonial Residence at Springfield, Mass.
A Residence at Newark, N. J.
The Cathedral of Münster
A Pair of Twin Houses at Overbrook Farms, Pa.
A Stable at Newark, N. J.
A Modern Residence at Worcester, Mass.
A Colonial Residence at New Haven, Conn.
A Dutch Colonial House at Flatbush, L. I.
St. James' Chapel, Elberon, N. J.
Count Matthæus Alberti's Plan for a Palace in Düsseldorf
New uses of Crushed Stone
Location of Hot-Air Registers
Ventilation and Warming of Churches
Stable Subsoil for Foundations
New uses of Glass
Plaster in Fire-Proof Buildings
Avoiding Frost in Gas Mains
Fire Protection of Tall Buildings
Practical uses of Plaster of Paris
A Novel Way of Constructing Doors
An Ingenious Ventilator Controller
The “Gasoleum” Machine
Windows in Chicago Buildings
An Old Plumbing Regulation
The “Suburban” Window-Screen
A Course in Architectural Engineering
Exhibit of Patents and Inventions
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