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An Example of German Renaissance Architecture

Monthly Comment

Municipal Art

Character in Architecture in American Cities

Warming the House.—IV

Steam and Hot Water Heating

A Residence at Boston, Mass.

A Residence at Dyker Heights, Borough of Brooklyn, N. Y.

A Residence at Carpenter, Germantown, Pa.

A Modern Residence at Ogontz, Pa.

A Seven Hundred and Fifty Dollar Summer Cottage at Monroe Park, South Haven, Mo.

A Residence on Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Mass.

A Dwelling at Newark, N. J.

A Pair of Houses at Glenside, Pa.

A Colonial Residence at Waterbury, Conn.

Wall Paper for the Nursery

Talks with Architects

No. 12.—MR. Thomas Hastings makes some Suggestions for New York

Legal Decisions

The Value of Design and Reticence in Decoration

New Books

Garden Notes

The China Closet

Hardwood Floors

Household Notes

International Correspondence Schools

New Building Patents

Publishers' Department

Decorators' Supplies

Ruberoid Roofing

Slate Laundry Tubs, Etc.

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