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Architectural Ideals

Monthly Comment

Notable American Houses

The Estate of Henry W. Poor,Esq., Tuxedo, N.Y.

By Barr Ferree

“Birch Nest,” The Summer Home of Douglass Sherley, Esq., at Bar Harbor, Maine

The Summer Home of E. P. Merwin, Esq., at Woodmont, Conn.

A Cottage at Newburgh N. Y.

Sculpture at the St. Louis Exposition

By the St. Louis Correspondent of the Building Monthly

Residence of Samuel Woolverton, Esq., at Scarsdale, N. Y.

A Screened Veranda

The Garden of Moses Taylor, Esq., at Mount Kisco, N. Y.

Residence of Thomas Doliber, Esq., at Brookline, Mass.

A Household Polish

The Household

The Care of Polished Furniture

The Garden

A Hundred Years of Dahlias

Residence of W. W. Orr, Esq., at Scarsdale, N. Y.

Residence of W. R. Robeson, Esq., at Springfield, Mass.

Garden Cult

A Pleasant Hall

Cleaning Stonework and Pressed Brick Fronts

The Critic

Ruskin and Architecture

Giving Value to Waste Material

Fire Protection

How Baltimore was saved

A Model Nursery

The Ventilation of Dwelling Houses

The Nursery

The New Nursery

Cooling Notes

A Practical Example

A New Jersey Experiment

A Glazed Stoneware Food Closet

The Kitchen

Science in the Kitchen

Publishers' Department

Improved Wood Working Machinery

New Building Patents

Model Kitchens

A Mexican Kitchen

A Great Rubber Store

Corner Posts and Transom Bars

Electrically Welded Fabric

Hot Water Heater

Pure Flake Graphite


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