Image from page 47 of “The art of beautifying suburban home grounds of small extent. With descriptions of the beautiful and hardy trees and shrubs grown in the United States” (1881)

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A few nice beautiful small kitchen design images I found:

Image from page 47 of “The art of beautifying suburban home grounds of small extent. With descriptions of the beautiful and hardy trees and shrubs grown in the United States” (1881)
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Title: The art of beautifying suburban home grounds of small extent. With descriptions of the beautiful and hardy trees and shrubs grown in the United States
Year: 1881 (1880s)
Authors: Scott, Frank J. (Frank Jesup), 1828-1919
Subjects: Landscape gardening Suburban homes Trees — United States
Publisher: New York American Book Exchange
Contributing Library: Gerstein – University of Toronto
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that might be suggested for such a site, and Fig. 9 a mode of treat-ing the ground of a town lot which is below the street level. In Fig. 7, nearly all of the lot is supposed to be behind thehouse, the front being connected by a short, straight walk with thestreet, and by a diverging curved walk with the basement entranceon the rear plateau, where it is supposed the kitchen and dining-room are located. Fig. 9 illustrates the treatment of a corner lot, around whichthe streets have been graded considerably above the lot surface.Instead of filling the lot to the street level, it should be treated ashere shown ; and there is no question that the house is not onlybetter, but the ground improvement is far more pleasing than itcould have been made on a level with the street. iO BUILDING SITES After all, the vast majority of building sites are pretty nearlylevel surfoces, and if we will but learn to develop all the beautythat such are capable of, there will be little cause to envy the Fig. 9.

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possession of more varied surfaces. Most of the designs whichfollow will be for such places, as they can be planned with morecertainty of being useful to a great number of persons. Variedsurfaces require such thorough knowledge of each peculiarity ofthe ground, the drainage required, the difference of levels, the na-ture of the trees, or rocks, or water, that may be upon it, that theirfeatures must not only be seen, but carefully surveyed and platted,in order to be planned to advantage ; and even then the skill of anartist-gardener will be essential to their judicious improvement,unless the proprietor is a person of unusual taste in such matters.Many persons involve themselves in useless expenditures on suchsites from misdirected zeal for improvement, and ignorance of zv/iatnot to attempt. Uneven sites also necessitate greater skill in thearchitect, in adapting the house to the ground. It is by such adap-tations, happily executed, that the difference between architects offine native t

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Image from page 83 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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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
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Complete plans and specifications for using Denison Load-Bearing Tile,licensed under Wilson-System Bearing Wall Construction for . GLENN L. SAXTON. ARCHITECT, MINNEAPOLIS fr^wSir 1 :■ A Splendid Cottage at Low Cost—No. 752 For a small cottage home this is very practical plan. There is a beautiful living room across thefront, vestibule and open stairway at one end of this room, and a high pedestaled archway leadinginto the dining room. The kitchen has built-in cupboards, also table and ample space for the balanceof the kitchen furniture. The chimney is so located that the house can be heated with stove heator a heating plant in basement. Three chambers in the second story, very large closets, good bath and a balcony out overone-story rear part. Full basement, first story 9 feet, second story 8 feet. All of the chambersin second story finished full height. Gum or red oak finish throughout first story. Pine to paintin second story, white maple floors throughout both stories, size

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Image from page 88 of “Buried cities” (1922)
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Title: Buried cities
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: Hall, Jennie, 1875-1921
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Publisher: New York, Macmillan Co.
Contributing Library: Cornell University Library
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KITCHEN OF THE HOUSE OF THE VETTII. In this house the cook must have been in the kitchen, just readyto go to work when he had to flee. He left the pot on a tripodon a bed of coals, ready for use. You can see an arched open-ing underneath the fireplace. This was where the cook kept hisfuel. The small size of the kitchens shows that the Pompeianswere not great gluttons.

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KITCHEN UTENSILS. These kettles-and frying pans and ladles are made of bronze,an alloy of copper and tin. They look very much like our kitchenfurnishings. CENTAUR CUP. Some rich Pompeian had a pair of beautiful silver cups withgraceful handles. The design was made in hammered silver, andshowed centaurs talking to cupids that are sitting on their backs.A centaur was half man, half horse.

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