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French Architecture in America

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Notable American Houses

“Dreamwold”—Estate of Thomas W. Lawson, Esq., Egypt, Mass

By Barr Ferree

L'Art Nouveau in the German Exhibit at St. Louis World's Fair

The Ownership of Architects' Plans

A House at Plainfield, N. J.

Residence of Walter Clothier, Esq., Wynnewood, Pa.

Residence of E. W. Warfield, Esq., Clayton, Mo.

A Dwelling at Mount Vernon, N. Y.

The Household

A New Cooperative Scheme

The Garden

A Word on Fountains

Residence of J. Breauchard, Esq., Park Hill, N. Y.

Hot-Beds

Electricity in the Household

A House at Winchester, Mass.

The Kitchen

Domestic Fires and Smoke

The Failure of the Open Grate

The Domestic Consumer and Gas Cookers

Fire Protection

New York Fireproof Houses

Fireplaces

The Heating of Dwellings

New Building Patents

Brick, Stone, and Tile

Heating Talk

Radiators

Amusement Outfits

Views of a Southern Manufacturer

The White House Stables

Roofing Tin

Publishers' Department

Tinners' and Roofers' Supplies

Departments

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