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Image from page 26 of “Lambert’s suburban architecture” (1894)
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Title: Lambert’s suburban architecture
Year: 1894 (1890s)
Authors: Wm A. Lambert
Subjects: house plans — catalogs domestic architecture designs and plans
Publisher: Wm A. Lambert
Contributing Library: JD Collection
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he rear of it 9 x 12 feet.In the rear left corner of the house is a bedroom 13 x 14feet. The bathroom, which is at the back of the house,between the two rear bedrooms, is 9 x 5:6 feet, and is fittedwith portable tub, marble bowl and closet. The floors inthis house are of hard pine, with the exception of that inthe hall. The finish is of white wood. There is an openfireplace in the parlor, with tile facings and hearth, and aColonial mantel with columns. The hall is lighted bystained glass windows. The best hard white plaster is usedin all the rooms.—New York Press. Adaptments of this house were also erected for Mr.Charles H. Bishop, at Westfield, New Jersey, Mr. W. L.Stroud, Hackensack Heights, N. J., and for Mr. G. P.Kelly, at Ridgefield Park, New Jersey. The latter houseis built of granite on first story, with cut brownstonetrimmings. We also added a kitchen extension in rearof butlers pantry, with private stairs to second story hall,and the building was heated by steam throughout.
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26 LAMBERTS SUBURBAN ARCHITECTURE.
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