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High Building Water Test

A Residence at Worcester, Mass.

Improving the Condition of Working-People

A German View of American Architecture

Landscape Gardening for Women

“They Order this Matter Better in France”

To Move Buildings in Budapest

A Modern Residence at Bridgeport, Conn.

The House of St. Anne, in Goslar

A Modern Residence at Mount Vernon, N. Y.

A Fraternal Hall, at Palo Alto, Cal.

A Residence at Springfield, Mass.

A Modern Residence at Laurel Springs, N. J.

A Model Dwelling at New Utrecht, Borough of Brooklyn, N. Y.

A Colonial Residence at Larchmont, N. Y.

A Modern Residence at Springfield, Mass.

A Residence at Forest Hill, Newark, N. J.

Subterranean Labyrinths and Mechanical Marvels in the National Capitol

The Hall of Representatives

Treatment of Lime

Hall of Records Interior

Stoves and Methods of Heating in Korea

Tree Planting in the Streets of Washington

By William P. Richards

What Railroads might Do

A New Gas-Generating Machine

Domestic Electrical Supplies

The Improved “Columbia” Grate

The Kenney “Flushometer”

The Fox Steel Sash Pulley

An Efficient Water-Heater

Trees Growing in Churches

A New Type of Hand Planer and Jointer

New Building Material in Germany

Elevators for Safes

Shell Windows

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    July 01, 1899

    Confronting Common Wisdom