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Image from page 26 of “A plan book of Harris homes” (1915)
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Title: A plan book of Harris homes
Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: Harris Bros. Co.
Subjects: house plans prefabricated houses domestic architecture designs and plans, prefab, kit houses
Publisher: Harris Bros.
Contributing Library: MBJ collection

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ned in careful detail and perfectharmony, add greatly to the general appearance and roominess of the interior. Thesedormers enable us to design square ceilings in all of the rooms on the second floor. All rooms are of excellent proportion. At one end of the living roomthere is a large cheery fireplace. Just enough of the handsome stairway shows at theother end of the living room to break the long line, adding a decorative and desirable feature. Note the well -jMr^e: planned bay window with its comfortable windowseat. The kitchen is plannedfor convenient access to allrooms, basement, side gradedoor and rear of the house. On the second floorthere are three large bed-rooms and closets galore.The bathroom is conveni-ently reached from any partof the house and is placedover the kitchen foreconomy in the installationof plumbing. The interior,trim and mill work ismodern and up-to-datestyle. Get the completeplans and all details of ourliberal offer as explained inthe first pages of this book.

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Image from page 254 of “American homes and gardens” (1905)
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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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s pantry, forming theconnection between thedining-room and thekitchen, is fitted withsink, dressers, drawers,etc. The kitchen, o flarge dimensions, is fur-nished with all the mod-ern conveniences, andthey are so arranged asto leave the window-sideof the kitchen free. There is a large, openhall on the second floor, so that the master of the house can go to the cellar without from which entrance is made to the four bedrooms and bath-passing through the kitchen, Fig. 6, as is usually the case: room, and to the servants hall and stairway, which tonusthis passage also forms an easy accessto the front doorfrom the kitchen. The hall istrimmed with whitepine and treatedwith white-enamelpaint. The staircasehas a painted balus-trade and a mahog-any rail. To the leftof the hall, and ex-tending the entiredepth of the house,is the living-room,Fig. 7, treated in theColonial style, withwhite-painted trim,wooden cornice, anda fireplace with fac-ings and hearth ofbrick, and a manteplaced at one end of

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5—The English Half-timber Style is the Scheme Adopted for Mr. Coes House access to the twoservants bedrooms.The masters bed-room has a privatebathroom attached,and this, as well asthe other bathroom.is furnished withporcelain fi x t u r e sand exposed nickel-plated plumbing.The woodwork onthis floor is treatedwith white paint.There are two bed-rooms and bathroomon the third floor. Acemented cellar con-tains the laundry,heating apparatus,fuel-rooms, etc. Thehouse shown in Figs.10 and 11 is afterthe Colonial stvle. the room, while at the opposite side is a broad window-seat and is designed with the detail used in the latter part of theover which is a cluster of windows. French windows at one eighteenth century. The second house illustrated, Figs. side of the room openonto a broad loggia; ithas a brick floor, and inwinter is enclosed withglass and heated. The dining-room,Fig. 8, trimmed withFlemish oak, has apaneled wainscotingfour feet i n height,above which the wall iscovered with a

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