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Image from page 296 of “American homes and gardens” (1905)

Image from page 296 of “American homes and gardens” (1905)

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Identifier: americanhomr03newy
Title: American homes and gardens
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Subjects: Architecture, Domestic Landscape gardening
Publisher: New York, Munn and Co
Contributing Library: The LuEsther T Mertz Library, the New York Botanical garden
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g-rooms, court-rooms, vestibules,halls, billiard – rooms, smoking – rooms, cafes, libraries,churches, hospitals, hotels, bathrooms, kitchens, etc.*I Samples, estimates and special designs furnished upon applica-tion. €J Beware of infringers. 1§ Patented. MANUFACTURED SOLELY BY NEW YORK BELTING ®, PACKING CO. 91 AND 93 CHAMBERS STREET, NEW YORK PhiladelphiaChicagoOakland,- Cal.Boston 116-120 N. 8th St.150 Lake St.918 Broadway232 Summer St.Baltimore . BuffaloPittsburgIndianapolis, Ind.St. Louis114 W. Baltimore St. [LTD. 600 Prudential Bldg.528 Park Bldg.229 S. Meridian St.218 Chestnut St. a LIGHTING FIXTURE is lighted, Y :i the avera □ four to six hours eac li day. Tin- : time it cither serves as an object ol • omesan inharmoni-ous note in thesurroundings, ir-respective of itslighting va 1 ne. We rathieli n e to w a rdlighting effi.. ^ that a ]) p e a requally to ad-vantaj – ligo, not lighted.All of our workis -tamped with our trade mark for the protectionof our clients.

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J The Enos Company MAKERS OF LIGHTING FIXTURES 5 West 39tk St.. New York City Baltimore. 519 N. Charlej St.; Washington, 81S Connecticut Ave. j SanI i co, 1701 Go eh St.; Toronto. 94 King St.. Welti M<.m%-al.Bank of Toronto Building. It Goes With the Sash! FRAME window screens have always been a nuisance.Necessary, of course, but so much bother to adjust andtake out when the windows had to be closed, opened orcleaned. The need of a new idea for window screens maybe said to have been a long felt want, and therefore allhouseholders, office occupants, hotel keepers and others willhail with acclamation the advent of cHie Thompson Automatic Roller Vv indow Screen which is easily adjustable to allwindows that raise or lower.No cutting of frame or sash.They are simply adjusted by any-body in a minute or two. Theyrise or fall with either sash, and arenot in the way of shutters orstorm windows; can be instantlydetached when necessary, and donot obstruct the view at any time;do not rust or b

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