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Notable American Houses

The House of Ogden Mills, Esq., Staatsburg, N. Y

By Barr Ferree

The Country Seat of E. T. H. Talmadge Esq., Bernardsville, N, J.

House of George B. Baker, Esq., Chestnut Hill, Mass.

Residence of O. M. Mitchell, Esq., Montclair, N. J.

A Gardener's Cottage at Chestnut Hill, Mass.

The House of Mrs. Mary E. Alpaugh, Plainfield, N. J.

The House of Dr. F. Edsall Riley, Newark, N. J.

A Summer Home at Prouts Neck, Maine

A New Architectural Honor

A Cottage at New Haven, Conn.

Wall Papers for Gloomy Rooms

The Roadway of the Country Estate

The Household

The Garden

The Garden Month by Month February

The Artistic Element in Building

7. A Bedroom Arrangement

The Tree Doctor

The House Interior

Novelists as House Furnishers

8. The Successful Room

9. Warm-Air Radiators

Diamond Glass Cement

Fifty Suggestions for the House

6. Interior Woodwork

House and Home

New Books

Shades and Shadows

Sanitation

On Boiling Water

Ventilation

The Plumber

New Bathrooms in Old Houses

The Automobile

The Motor House

New Building Patents

Sublimed White Lead

Publicity for Manufacturers of Building Material and Supplies

Publishers' Department

Normandin Cement Block Machines

Pulleys, Drawer Slides, Etc.

Wood Turning Lathe

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