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The Architecture of our New Colonies

The Coming Villa

“Hillcrest Manor” and “Crag Terrace,” Greenwich, Conn.

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“Blythewood,” a Dwelling at Hillcrest Manor, Greenwich, Conn.

“Stonycrest,” at Hillcrest Manor, Greenwich. Conn.

“Hillcrest Homestead,” Greenwich, Conn.

“Hillcrest Hall,” a Residence at Greenwich, Conn.

“Buena Vista,” a Residence at Hillcrest Manor, Greenwich, Conn.

“Breezemont,” a Villa at Hillcrest Manor, Greenwich, Conn.

“Cliff Eyrie,” a Log House at Greenwich, Conn.

“Crag Terrace Cottages,” Greenwich, Conn.

“Bellrica,” a Spanish Villa at Greenwich, Conn.

Relation of the Engineer to Architecture

Influence of Mediæval Masons' Work

“Cosycote,” a Log Cabin at Greenwich, Conn.

“Crags,” a Dwelling at Greenwich, Conn.

“Fairview,” a Cottage at Greenwich, Conn.

“Hill Top,” a Residence at Stamford, Conn.

“Tree Top,” a Cottage at Greenwich, Conn.

“White Rock,” a Colonial Cottage at Greenwich, Conn.

A New Feature in Architectural Modeling

Advantage of Light Walls

Color Tests with Building Stones

Logan Sanitary Stall

Plan Preserver

The Bühring Water-Purifier

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