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Image from page 46 of “The plan book of American dwellings : being a compilation of original home designs, showing actual photographic exteriors and floor plans of moderately priced bungalows, cottages, residences” (1914)
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Identifier: planbookofameric00saxt
Title: The plan book of American dwellings : being a compilation of original home designs, showing actual photographic exteriors and floor plans of moderately priced bungalows, cottages, residences
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: Saxton, Glenn Lyle, 1877-
Subjects: Dwellings Bungalows Architecture, Domestic
Publisher: Minneapolis : Glenn L. Saxton
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Smithsonian Libraries

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r> Complete plans and specifications for using- Denison Load-Bearing Tile,licensed under Wilson-System Bearing Wall Construction for 0. GLENN L. SAXTON, ARCHITECT, MINNEAPOLIS

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976 llliandi the beautiful Old A Beautiful Georgian Colonial- There is no style of architecture in the world that is aColonial which is an adaptation of the classic orders. A beautiful large living room. This connects with the library, which can be used as a musicroom, drawing room, or any purpose that one desires. Dining room can be reached by passingthrough the nook from the living room. Across the rear wall of the dining room is a built-insideboard, with china closets on either side, butlers pantry connecting kitchen with dining room,lavatory, good sized pantry opening out of kitchen, also entry and place for refrigerator, clotheschute, and all kinds of cabinets for the housekeeper to keep her utensils in. Second story has four splendid rooms. Front right chamber has dressing room supplied withtoilei and lavatory. The chambers are all well lighted. There is abundance of good closet space.Birch or maple floors throughout. Finish is gum or red oak first story and pine to paint in sec

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Image from page 220 of “The Suburbanite; a monthly magazine for those who are and those who ought to in interested in suburban homes” (1904)
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Identifier: suburbanitemonth07cent
Title: The Suburbanite; a monthly magazine for those who are and those who ought to in interested in suburban homes
Year: 1904 (1900s)
Authors: Central railroad of New Jersey. [from old catalog]
Subjects: New Jersey — Description and travel. [from old catalog] New York (City) — Suburbs. [from old catalog]
Publisher: [New York]
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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of Pompeiaiibronze. There are balconies command-ing beautiful views of the surroundin.t;country, and the whole structure is sur-rounded by piazzas of majestic propor-tions. The piazza at the porte-cochere givc>access to the reception vestibule and par-lor, both decorated in the ornate style ofthe Italian Renaissance. Pale Nile greensilk hangings, with embossed patterns,adorn the walls above the wainscot. Tlirwoodwork is of ivory enamel, antl theceiling pale green and silver, with crystalbead electric fixtures and silver metal-Great mirrors reflect the splendor of tin-room, and about the walls arc rangeucabinets prolific with delicate treasures. The dining-room, thirty bv forty feciin size, is in a style of classic Renaissance The high paneled wainscot is of ivorcolored enamel, a1)ove which blue silltapestries lead the eye td the heavillieanied ceiling. Free standing fltited colunuis embellish the doors, windows andmantel. Roval blue rugs in rich design r H 1 s r lu u u s i r f.

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coiifi»riii v i t lit li f colorsell f m e : liifslidiii}^ (loursanil furniturearc of maliogf-any, and the tix-tiires and inclaliriniinings o fold brass. Widil>lati–^irlass win-dows give won-drous views ofexterior scenery,a n d casementdoors lead to tinpiazza for ;i!fresco summerservice. Fromthe dining-roon;a butlers pantry. storercxinisa n <1 refrigera-tors lead to the kitchen, all in tile, and thence to ilie serv-ants dining hall. The billiard-nvini. in the imposing styleof the pure old luiglish (iotliic. is, per-haps, the most iniiiine and striking. It isa spacious room like all the others. Thehigh wainscot is of green black oak andthe tajjestries are r(?d. Over the door-ways and mantel shelf the great, heavily-nunilded (lothic tracery recalls the .gran-deur of Westminster. There are richcarvings of t iothic crockets and inter-laced friezes, free standing octagonal col-umns, and others at the <loors and win-dows. t)n the to])s of the columns, hold-ing guard over this fe

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