Title: American homes and gardens
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Subjects: Architecture, Domestic Landscape gardening
Publisher: New York : Munn and Co
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Biodiversity Heritage Library
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MINERAL WOOL The ModernHouseLining.
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Samplesand CircularsFree. U. S. MINERAL WOOL CO. 140 Cedar Street New York City while Mr. Mosher is in the world to re-surrect such gems of literature as havebeen shown to the oblivion of single or tolimited first editions. To possess a copy ofany one of the Mosher books is to possessa literary treasure indeed. Mr. Mosher hasnever loaned encouragement to bizarretypes, inappropriate papers and outrageousbindings of the Ooz Leather School, buthas instead put forth various works pub-lished by him in a dress that should givefinal immortality to their conception. Sinopaii, The Indian Boy. By JamesWillard Schulz. Boston: Houghton,Mifflin Company. 1913. Cloth, 8vo.Illustrated. 154 pp. Price, $1.10 net.This is the story of Sinopah, a Black-foot Indian boy; he who afterward becamethe great chief Pitamakan—Running Eagle.It is a story which every boy and girl willdelight to read, a good book to place in thehands of the Young Person. Embroidery or the Craft of the Needle.By W. G. Paulson Townse
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