Scientific American Architects and Builders Edition, No. 26, Dec, 1887
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Scientific American Architects and Builders Edition, No. 26, Dec, 1887

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  • Scientific American Architects and Builders edition. No. 26
  • Economic ✠ Gas ✠ Engines.
  • Scientific American ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS EDITION
    • THE SHAKESPEARE MEMORIAL AT STRATFORD‐UPON‐AVON.
    • Optical Refinements in Architecture.
    • Testing Pile‐Protecting Compounds.
    • A Tower on the Mount of Olives.
  • Scientific American.
    • CONCERNING AGENTS.
    • CONTENTS Of the December number of the Architects and Builders Edition of Scientific American.
    • TO OUR READERS AND PATRONS.
    • A CORRECTION.
    • A SUBURBAN RESIDENCE.
      • Specifications. mason work.
      • CARPENTRY.
    • Specifications. mason work.
    • CARPENTRY.
    • A LARGE CONTRACT FOR ROOFING PLATE.
    • A DWELLING OF MODERATE COST.
      • Specification. general conditions.
      • CARPENTER.
      • PAINTING.
      • MASON.
      • PLASTERER.
      • PLUMBER.
    • Specification. general conditions.
    • CARPENTER.
    • PAINTING.
    • MASON.
    • PLASTERER.
    • PLUMBER.
    • A FRENCH COTTAGE.
    • Our Forestry Problem.
    • A RESIDENCE FOR $8,000.
    • Bamboo Tree.
    • FIREPROOF STRUCTURES.
    • Construction of Chimney Flues.
    • Roadside Plantations of Trees in Belgium.
    • An Egyptian Temple.
    • The White Ash.
    • Sawdust.
    • DWELLINGS AT GLENRIDGE.
    • Fire Bricks.
    • Improvements in Making Portland Cement.
    • Typhoid Fever Carried by Well Water.
    • An Unsafe Church.
    • Cedar Pavements.
    • Hemlock.
    • Collapse of Walls of Burning Buildings.
    • A $2,500 CALIFORNIA HOUSE.
      • SPECIFICATIONS.
      • COST.
    • SPECIFICATIONS.
    • COST.
    • The Architectural Era.
    • Blue Marking Ink for Boxes, Bales, etc.
    • CHATEAU AT CASTELNAUDARY.
    • Nails.
    • Rabbit Remedy.
    • How to Build an Ice House.
    • Look to Your Drain Pipes and Wells.
    • Arch Construction.
    • NEW FORM OF CHIMES FOR CHURCHES.
    • Tube Chimes.
    • MISS FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE’S HOME.
    • Painting.
    • Removal of Chimneys.
    • HOMES OF FACTORY OPERATIVES.
    • Gangways v. Staircases.
    • ROBURITE—A NEW EXPLOSIVE.
    • Iron Beams In Place of Wood.
    • BATHING ESTABLISHMENT AND CASINO IN VITTEL (VOSGES). BUILT BY CHARLES GARNIER, ARCHITECT, OF PARIS.
    • The Back Yard.
    • Thomas Ustick Walter.
    • Pine Woods.
    • SKETCH FOR A COTTAGE.
    • How We Have Grown.
    • A Good Suggestion.
    • A $4,200 DWELLING.
    • THE JOHN CROUSE MEMORIAL COLLEGE FOR WOMEN.
    • How a Marble Statue is Made.
    • A STABLE COSTING $5,500.
    • A Great Building.
    • A COTTAGE FOR $4,200.
    • A RESIDENCE FOR $5,000.
    • Proportions of Rooms.
    • Plants for Room Decoration.
    • The Charter Gas and Gasoline Engine.
    • AN IMPROVED DOUBLE SURFACE PLANER.
    • Foundations in Wet Ground.
    • HOW TO MAKE A CHEERFUL FIRESIDE.
    • The Sounding Board in St. Paul’s Cathedral.
    • THE POPULAR “FORTUNE” HOT AIR FURNACE.
    • Not Defective Plumbing.
    • AN IMPROVED HAND AND FOOT POWER BAND SAW.
    • Superior Copper Weather Vanes
    • GEO. W. MARBLE, Sole Manufacturer of THE ACME WRENCH.
    • DEXTER BROTHERS’ ENGLISH SHINGLE STAINS
    • ARCHITECTS
    • COMPETITION.
    • ALL OUR FURNACES ARE
    • Architects, ✠ Builders, ✠ and House ✠ Owners
    • JAMES F. WOOD & CO.
    • L. MANASSE,
    • The GREAT CHURCH LIGHT
    • THE “IDEAL” PATENT TILE‐LINED BATH‐TUB.
  • Notes and Queries.
    • HINTS TO CORRESPONDENTS.
  • Building Plans and Specifications.
  • Business and Personal.
  • PROSPECTUS OF THE Scientific American FOR 1888.
    • THE Scientific American Supplement.
  • INVALUABLE BOOKS FOR THE MECHANIC, ENGINEER, AND CHEMIST. REVISED TO DATE.
  • Notes and Queries. (Continued from page vi.)
  • Classified Index of Advertisements Published in the Present Number of the Scientific American, Architects and Builders Edition.
  • INDEX. VOLUME IV.—JULY‐DECEMBER, 1887.
    • COLORED PLATES.
    • MISCELLANY.
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