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Identifier: americanhomr03newy
Title: American homes and gardens
Year: 1905 (1900s)
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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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L_i EASY LESSONS OR STEPPING-STONE TO ARCHITECTURE BY THOMAS MITCHELL A SIMPLE TEXT-BOOK telling in a■*- *• series of plain and simple answersto questions all about the various orders,as well as the general principles of con-struction. The book contains 92 pages.printed on heavy cream plate paper, andillustrated by 150 engravings, amongstwhich are illustrations of various historicbuildings. The book is 12mo in size andis attractively bound in cloth. PRICE, FIFTY CENTS, POSTPAI] MUNN & CO., 361 Broadway. NEW YORK December, 1906

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passenger Great Arrow Touring Car, price $5,000.00. Cape Topextra. When we say seven-passenger we mean seven comfortableseats. The two additional seats are in the tonneau, with backs andarms. They revolve so that the occupants can turn around and chalsociably with the three people in the rear. There is nothing exclusiveabout the idea. All good cars will probably adopt it. uThe Factory Behind the GreatArrow Car THK appeal of the Pierce Arrow is made upon something deeper and more vitalthan a change in the form of the body. It is in the car itself. The 1907 Piercecar will be made in the new Pierce factory. We put it modestly when we say thatthis is the most complete automobile factory in the world. By completeness wemean not merely size, good location, shipping facilities and all those things; wemean especially a factory planned with the greatest care for the comfort and conve-nience of the workmen so as to produce such a car as the Pierce Great Arrow hasalways been and must continue to

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