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Image from page 562 of “American homes and gardens” (1905)
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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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ista upon entering the hall. It is trimmed with oak, and is finished in a simplemanner, with oak beams showing in the ceiling and in the walls. An open fireplace withbrick facings and hearth and a mantel of simple design is the chief feature of thisroom. A large china closet, with dresser and sink, separates the dining-room fromthe kitchen and laundry. Both of the latter arc fitted up complete with all the bestmodern conveniences. The arrangement of the bed-rooms on the second floor is the best possible for light,air and convenience, as each room is exposed on three sides. The stairway is quite an tion for two different uses of the stairs from the second landing into two different halls. There arethree of which have open fireplaces, as well as a bathroom. The servants bedrooms and trunk-room : is a heating apparatus and fuel-rooms in the cellar, which is built under the entire house. of Boston, Mass., was the architect, and the cost was less than if it had been built of new materials.
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The Bricks Used for ihii Home Were Taken from an Old Dwelling in Boston and Used for the Outer Walk The Entrance Porch and Brick Terrace Before the R The House Frankly Reproduces the Character of an Old New England Farmhoi 346 AMERICAN HOMES AND GARDENS September, 1907
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