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Building the House

Monthly Comment

Talks on Architecture

“The Orchard,” the Country Seat of James Lawrence Breese, Esq., at Southampton, N. Y.

By Barr Ferree

Artistic Furnishings

The Household

The Bathroom

Lavender Color

A Colonial Garden

The Kitchen

The Educated Cook

The Garden

The White House Bay Trees and Boxwoods

Residence of Royal B. Sturtevant, Esq., at Springfield, Mass.

Residence of Franklin Philips, Esq., at Mount Prospect Avenue, Newark, N. J.

Art in the Kitchen

A House at Glenside, Pa.

The Sanitary Value of Slate

Residence of Charles G. Trautwein, Esq., at Yonkers, N. Y.


Plumbing Inspection

Oil Fuel

Heating Talk

Soft Coal Stoves

Are our Houses Too Warm?

Apartment Conveniences

A Bungalow at South Haven, Mich.

The Flat

The New York Flat

New Books

Fire' Insurance: and Building

Furnished Flats by the Week

Cottage Walls

A Residence at Atlanta, Ga.

The London Town House: Old and New

A Glass Street in Paris

What is Bad Air?


Window Area and Floor Space

Residence at Woodmere, Long Island

A Smoke-Washing Apparatus

Legal Notes

Right to Lien

New Building Patents

Personal Injury.–Negligence

Publishers' Department

Spark Plugs

Roller-Bearing Axle Pulleys


Ventilating by Windows


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