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Helps to Home Building

The Fourth of a Series of Twelve Papers

Monthly Comment

Notable American Houses

The House of Lloyd Bryce, at Roslyn, Long Island, N. Y.

By Barr Ferree

A Summer Home at Prides Crossing, Mass.

Residence of Joseph T. Wier, Esq., Greenwich, Conn.

A Mantel and Balcony

Two Pergolas

The House of Charles S. Miller, Esq., Chestnut Hill, Mass.

How to make Stencils

Berried Shrubs

April Flowers

Wild Flowers in March and April

Wild Flowers in April and May

The Tapestried Fireplace

The Summer Home of Harry Billings, Esq., Elberon, N. J.

The Linen Chest

The Household

A Utopian Bedroom

The Garden

The Garden Month by Month.—April

Preserving Flowers

Poisons as Plant Stimulants

Canvas Chute Fire Escapes

Art Hardware

The House Interior

New Wall Papers

Handbook on Fire Protection

16. Smoking-Room Ventilation

Unknown Buildings

The Wonders of Lhassa

Fifty Suggestions for the House

Beautiful Rooms

Civic Betterment

Street Architecture

17. The Bedroom Couch

15. Location of Furnace Stacks and Registers

A National Institution

Residence of James Turner, Esq., Montclair, N. J.

Rag Carpet

Publishers' Department

A Complete Tool Set

New Building Patents

A Compact and Economical Kerosene Engine

The Roofing Tin Situation

Freight and Passenger Elevators

Cheap and Pretty Country Houses


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