Image from page 396 of “American homes and gardens” (1905)

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A few nice beautiful small kitchen design images I found:

Image from page 396 of “American homes and gardens” (1905)
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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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ouse are screenedby a row of great cedars planted on the highest part of thegarden. A great plateau or terrace has been built on the hill-side, and on it the formal garden has been made. It isformed by an immense rectangular space, in the middle ofeach of the four sides of which is a pergola, thickly over-grown with vines, and in the center is pool and fountain.Walks and beds of flowers and shrubbery, arranged in an in-teresting manner, occupy the whole of the remaining space,constituting a wonderfully brilliant and beautiful spot justbelow the house, separated from it, it is true, somewhat byits own individual level, but near enough to be readily visiblefrom the windows of the river front. It forms an integralpart of every aspect of the house as seen from this side, andof every outlook from its windows. And that it adds enorm-ously to the effect of this stately house need scarcely be added. December, 1906 AMERICAN HOMES AND GARDENS 365 A Small Country House By Francis Durando Nichols

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SMALL country house built for Henry F.Nell, Esq., at Chestnut Hill, Pa., forms thesubject of the illustrations presented in thesepages. The house, which is designed in the Eng-lish style, gives the expression of what anarchitect can do when he tries to attain the true domesticquality in his work and to give that feeling of home which isseldom found in the modern house. There are so manythings to be considered in the planning of a house of thischaracter, and so many problems to overcome which make itmore difficult, that its solution is the more interesting. Oneof the most important of these is the due relation in the houseof the family rooms and the servants rooms. Under ordinaryconditions of modern life these two separate communitiesmust be accommodated under the same roof with due regardfor the privacy and comfort of each; and so, the kitchen andservants rooms must be placed in such relation to the familysitting-rooms as to insure isolation and convenience of service;for in this conn

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Image from page 171 of “Utah: her cities, towns and resources. Together with a condensed but comprehensive account of her financial, commercial, manufacturing, mining and agricultural enterprises, her educational, religious and social advantages, her prog
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Identifier: utahhercitiestown1892eng
Title: Utah: her cities, towns and resources. Together with a condensed but comprehensive account of her financial, commercial, manufacturing, mining and agricultural enterprises, her educational, religious and social advantages, her progress and population in the past, and possibilities for the future /edited and published by Manly
Year: 1891 (1890s)
Authors: Manly
Subjects: Utah Description and travel Utah Description and travel Utah Description and travel
Publisher: Chicago: W.B. Conkey Co., Printers, 1891-1892
Contributing Library: Church History Library, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
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dat any of the tablesduring the service ofmeals, contemplate withwonder and admiration,a landscape made up ofthe great green valley,dotted here and therewith beautiful, well-fenced farms, until itbreaks upon the irreg-ular shores of the GreatSalt Lake on the south,or is brought to anabrupt termination bythe Wasatch range onthe north. These win-dows are 14×18 feet indimensions and so ad-justed that they can beeasily adapted to pur-poses of ventilation.The room is 40×80 feetin dimensions, and thefloor is covered with amoquette carpet of ex-quisite design. Thefinishings, tables, chairsand richly carved side-boards are all in oak. The ladies ordinary isa small room 26×40 feet,separated from the maindining hall by silkdraperies. The kitchen extendsalong the south side ofthis floor, and isequipped with everymodern device and cook-ing apparatus calcu-lated to perform thework expeditiously andin the most deliciousand inviting style. Passing through thereception room, whichis carpeted and fur-

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Photo by Newcomb Bros. W. A. McMILLEN. nished in the same elegant manner, and descending to thefloor below, one comes to the spacious, light, airy and splen-didly furnished sleeping apartments, all of uniform excellence.The second, third and fourth floors and a portion of the fifthare also devoted to sleeping rooms that are, without exception,furnished and finished in the most elaborate fashion. Thecarpets are of velvet and body brussels. The furniture is inoak and cherry, sixteenth century and old English patterns. Allthe rooms have a commanding view of the city and surround-ing country, are arranged single or en suite, and furnishedwith every convenience, such as bath and toilet rooms, ward-robes, etc., connected. The corridors on each floor are broad, high and light, andcarpeted and finished in harmony with the rest of the building.They pass around a court which, rising directly above therotunda, extends to the top of the building, over which a sky- light is built to alfonl light a

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