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
Digitizing Sponsor: BHL-SIL-FEDLINK
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fe; bread knife, chopping knife; meat saw and hammer;can opener; iron spoons; skewers; larding needles. 5. Tin and wire ware.—Nutmeg grater; large grater;apple corer; pepper box; salt, flour and sugar dredger; spicebox; tunnel; ice-cream molds; oil can; steak and fish broilersand toast; spoon; egg beater; frying basket; strainers forvarious purposes; colander; dish pans; milk pans; coveredpails; quart measure; scoops; double steamer; molds forvarious purposes; tins for_small cakes; muffin rings; coffeepot; wash boiler; dust pans; cutters; skimmers; dippers;ladle; bread pans; cake pans (various) ; pie plates; meatpans; molasses cans; tea canister; covers for bowls and pans. 6. Miscellaneous.—Towels, dish, hand, and for otherpurposes; cover holders; floor cloths; sink cloths, dish cloths,etc.; canvas ice bag; linen strainers; needles; twine; thread;scissors; lamp; ironing sheet and holders; coal hod, shoveland sieve; ash hod; household tools. July, 1906 AMERICAN HOMES AND GARDENS 49
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FROM the artistic standpoint, the Chickering Piano occupies the proudestposition of all pianos in the world. (^ BECAUSE of its artistic merit itsuperseded all others years before any of the American pianos now manu-factured were established. ^ BECAUSE it is the only American piano of itstime now living, and BECAUSE it stands to-day the recognized representativeof the highest development in artistic and scientific piano-building. <J Its positionwas not gained and is not maintained by purchased influence. CHICKERING CBb SONS, 826 Tremor.t St., Fenway Station, BOSTON Established 1823 Catalogue upon request 5° AMERICAN HOMES AND GARDENS July, 1906 wm
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