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Helps to Home Building

The Fifth of a Series of Twelve Papers

Monthly Comment

Notable American Houses

Martin Hall,” The House of James E. Martin, Esq., Great Neck, N. Y.

By Barr Ferree

A Colonial Mantel

By D. Knickerbacker Boyd

House at Newton Centre, Mass.

A Half-Timbered House, Oakland, Cal.

Residence of Mrs. Lee Jordan, Macon, Ga.

“Grayeyres,” the Residence of Ernest Albert, Esq., Rochelle Park, New Rochelle, N. Y.

By Francis Durando Nichols

Piazza Outfit

The House of John P. Benson, Esq., “Fox Lane,” Flushing, Long Island, N. Y.

Hanging Pictures

May Flowers

The Household

The Household Pictures

Picture Framing

The Garden

The Garden Month by Month—May

Iowa Streets and Roads

A Summer Cottage at Delano Park, Cape Elizabeth, Maine

A Superintendence Book

Ancient Furniture

New Books

Another Hardy Garden Book

Houses and Country Estates of Pittsburgh Men

New Mattings

The House

The California Tent City

20. The Value of Windows

21. The Sleeping-Room

Civic Betterment

The New Berlin

19. The Kitchen Floor

Fifty Suggestions for the House

18. The Arrangement of Furniture

Landscape Architecture

The Landscape Architect

The need of Ventilation

Ventilation

The Placing of the Inlet

New Building Patents

Ventilation in small Hospitals

Sanitation

The Country House

Steam and Oil Separators

Substitutes for Plaster

Publishers' Department

New Steel Joist and Timber Hanger

The American Institute of Architects

Dustless Roads

A Remarkable Report

Electrically Propelled Vehicles

Sawing Stone by Wire

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