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Why some Houses are Good

The Appellate Couet-House in New York

Rooms and Furniture

Sideboard of the “Herrenhaus,” Tremsbüttel, near Hamburg

A Modern Dwelling at Dyker Heights, Brooklyn, N. Y.

A Moorish House at Bayberry Point, Islip, L. I.

A Residence at Bridgeport, Conn.

A Colonial Residence at Flatbush, L. I.

A Residence at Hartford, Conn.

A Dutch Colonial Cottage at Oradell, N. J.

A House at Bridgeport, Conn.

Legal Notes

The National Arts Club

A Residence at Pars Hill, N. Y.

Mr. Chapin's Residence at Hartford, Conn.

Interviews with Architects

No. 2.—William A. Boring on the Architect and His Client

School for Carpenters

Small Gardens

Making Whitewash

New Books

With our Correspondents

Furnace Management

New Building Patents

The Bommer Ball-Bearing Floor Hinge

Ruchter's Paints

The H. W. Johns Productions

Galvanized Cornices and Skylights

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