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Walls and Wall Treatment

The Leibnitz House in Hanover

Talks with Architects

Mr. Frederick S. Lamb on Municipal Art

Housework and Athletics

The Household

A Rainy-Day Closet

The Garden

The Private Gardens of England

Sanitary Instruction for Women

Lawn Tables

A Summer Cottage at Woodmont-on-the-Sound, Conn.

“Green Gables,” Cohasset, Mass.

A Formal Garden in Elizabeth, N. J.

The Flat

The Hall

The Farmer's Wife

The Country Movement

The Cooperative Flat

Small Parks and Realty Values

Natural Beauty

Flats versus Houses

Country Life

Fresh Air

A Residence at Bryn Mawr, Pa.

A Pair of Houses at Glenside Farms, Pa.

Subway Stations in New York

Street Cleaning in Boston

Opportunities for Cities

Civic Betterment

Good Roads in New York

A Residence at Chestnut Hill, Mass.

A Residence at Greenwich, Conn.

A Residence at Jamestown, N. Y.

Insufficient Statement of Lien

The Naval Branch of the Young Men's Christian Association

Size for Rough-Plastered Walls

Sanitation

Vacant House Plumbing

Plumbing—“Circulation Pipe”

Payment in Percentages

Ownership of Unused Material

Liquidated Damages for Delay

Lien under Several Contracts

Liability of Owner for Unused Material

Legal Notes

Installment Payments—Estimates

Andirons

Gone for Europe

Metal Skylights

New Building Patents

Publishers' Department

An Automatic Double Tenoning Machine

Simple Lock for Cottage Latch

Steel Rolling Doors and Shutters

The Modern Greenhouse

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