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Image from page 12 of “Minneapolis journal of architecture, vol. III, no. IV” (1912)
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Identifier: LindstromandAlmarsMinneapolisjournalofarchitecture0001
Title: Minneapolis journal of architecture, vol. III, no. IV
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Lindstromand & Almars
Subjects: house plans — catalogs domestic architecture designs and plans
Publisher: Lindstromand & Almars
Contributing Library: JD Collection

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p 180 The outside dimension is 28×40 feet, with the wide side of the house to the street. The living-roomis 14×24 ft., with large bay window in front, a wide fireplace, bookcases, and columns between the living-room and dining-room. Glass doors from living-room to the porch, which is provided with moveablesash and screens. The dining-room is 12×14 feet, and has paneled wainscot and plate shelves around the walls. Thebutlers pantry is fitted with cabinets and cases to the ceiling and has a silver sink. The rear entrance tothe kitchen is convenien.ly located under the main stairway, with door at grade and stairs to basement.The front entrance is embellished with a well proportioned pergola. On the second floor there are three large bedrooms with closet for each room, a large bathroom,linen closet off the hall, sleeping porch and balcony over the porch. There is also a stairway from thesecond floor to the third floor; the space may be developed into servants quarters, amusement room, etc

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Image from page 155 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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your bathroom and illustrates many beau-tiful and inexpensive rooms, showingthe cost of each fixture in detail, togetherwith many hints on decoration, tiling,etc. It is the most complete and beautifulbooklet on the subject and contains 100pages. THE ABOVE FIXTURES De-sign P. 34 can be purchased from anyplumber at a cost approximating 0.75— not counting freight, labor or piping. Gold guarantee label, and has our trade-mark 5ta«dimr cast on the outside. Un-less the label and trade-mark are on thefixture it is not SianeUad Ware. Refusesubstitutes — they are all inferior and willcost you more in the end. The wordStandard* is stamped on all of our nick-eled brass fittings ; specify them and seethat you get the genuine trimmings withyour bath and lavatory, etc. Standard Sanitary Iflfj. Co. Dept. 23 Pittsburgh, U. S. A. Office and Showrooms in New York : Slamtod* Building, 35-37 West 31st StreetLondon. Enjland: 22 tlolborn Viaduct, E. C. New Orleans : Cor. Baronne C St. Joseph Sis. K

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