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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Painted Tin, GalvanizedTin, Copper, etc. cTWANTELS LATEST CBl, BEST DESIGNS Quality the Highest <£* Honest PricesSEND FORj CATALOGUE HORNET cTWANTEL CO. 1112 to 1120 oTWarket St. A* ST. LOUIS ^ Americans are now building more beautiful houses andare decorating and furnishing them with greater careand in better taste than ever before. CJ The most potent single influence working for higherstandards in architecture and decoration is The Architectural Record fj If you are interested in building a building of any sort,you will be interested in The Architectural Record. Send for a sample copy—free THE ARCHITECTURAL RECORD COMPANY 14-16 Vesey Street, New York November, 1906 AMERICAN HOMES AND GARDENS 337
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Country Horn of Rc-u.J. Wilbur Chi-vnan. Winona Late. Ind.by the Keivanee Water Supply System Supplied with ivater Water for Your Country Home YOU may have all the conveniences of a city water supply in your countryhome. You may have an abundant supply of water delivered under strongpressure to all the plumbing fixtures in the house, to the hydrants in the garden, lawn, stables—anywhere. Besides, you may have ample fire protectionfor your buildings. This is all accomplished by THE KEWANEE WATER SYSTEM The Kewanee System is easily explained. It consists simply of having an air-tight steel Kecwanee Tank locatedin the cellar, buried in the ground or placed in a special pump-house provided for its protection. Waterfrom your own well, cistern or other natural source is pumped into this tank. When the Kewanee Tank istwo-thirds full of water, all of the air which originally occupied the entire space is compressed into the upperone-third. At this point there will be a pressure of sixty poun
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