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The Beauty of Architecture

Notable American Houses

The House of Mrs. Richard Gambrill, Newport, R. I

By Barr Ferree

The House of Arthur A. Adams, Esq., Brookline Mass.

The House of Nelson Curtis, Esq., Jamaica Plain, Mass.

A Cottage in Toronto, Canada

“Reverie Cove,” The Summer Home of Mrs. M. C. Jones, Bar Harbor, Maine

A House at Montclair, N. J.

Sanitary Housekeeping

The House of Albert M. Hunt, Esq., Auburndale, Mass.

The House of Mrs. J. J. Hayes, Dedham, Mass.

Art in the House

Outside Paints

The Treatment of Boundary Lines

Bedroom Furnishings

Three Good Empire Rooms

The Household

Is Less Furniture being Used!

The Garden

This Hydrangea

The Old English Garden at St. Louis

Italian Gardens and Villas

The Appreciation of Sculpture

A Book of Lettering

Principles of Hygiene

The Architects' Directory

New Books

American Estates and Gardens

The Smell of Paint

Stable Lore

Some Practical Hints on Stables

President Eliot on City Parks

Cypress Finish

New Building Patents

A Menage in Madrid

Mr. Kipling and the Automobile

Publisher's Department

Overhead Vehicle Washers

Flag Poles, Weather Vanes, Rods, Etc.

Rublain and Ceramic Mosaic Tile Floorings

Lock-Joint Staved and Turned Columns

Woodworking Machinery

Fireplaces, Mantels, Grilles, Etc.

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    December 01, 1904