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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eats of all phases of thesubject, from the simple bed or two along thefence, in a city back yard, to the most am-bitious garden of the suburbanite or countrydweller who undertakes to get along withoutthe services of professional help and advice.The growing of house plants and the use ofplants for the household and as table decora-tions are likewise treated. Chapters are alsoincluded on rural and village improvement.It is a handy and convenient volume, treatingof a multitude of subjects useful to the growerof plants and the maker of gardens. inl Sample and Circular Free. A House Lined with Mineral Wool as shown in these sections, is Warm in Winter,Cool in ummer, and is thoroughly DEAFENED. The lining is vermin-proof; neither rate, mice,nor insects can make their way through or live in it.MINERAL WOOL checks the spread of fire and keepsout dampness. :£!- ■ Correspondence Solicited. LONGITUDINAL SECTION. CBOSS-SECTIOV THROUGH FLOOR. U. S. Mineral Wool Co. 140 Cedar St., NEW YORK CITY.
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KitchenShowingInterlockingRubberTiling inResidence ofo7Wr. WebbHorton,Middleton,N. Y. We are the original manufacturers of Interlocking Rubber Tiling NEW YORK BELTING C& PACKING CO., Ltd. 91-93 Chambers Street, NEW YORK CITY CHICAGO, ILL.: 150 Lake StreetST. LOUIS, MO.: 218-220 Chestnut StreetPHILADELPHIA PA : 118-120 N. Eighth StreetSAN FRANCISCO, CAL.: E. 11th St. Ok. 3d Ave.,Oakland BOSTON : 232 Summer StreetBALTIMORE, MD.: 114 W. Baltimore StreetHUFFALO, N. Y.:600 Prudential BuildingPITTSBURGH, PA.: 913-915 Liberty AvenueSPOKANE, WASH.: 163 S. Lincoln Street INTERLOCKING I RUBBERj TILING 1 An Ideal Floor Covering for CourtHouses, Banking Institutions, Churches,Hospitals, Libraries, Business Offices,Restaurants, Vestibules, Elevators,Kitchens, Laundries, Pantries, Bath-rooms, Steamships and Floating Pro-perty generally. fn=l Many examplesof Candelabraand Candlesticks,ancient andmodern, can befound in our var-ious salesroomsstamped with ourtrade – mark f o rprotection of our cli
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