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Image from page 206 of "American homes and gardens" (1905)

Identifier: americanhomesga101913newy

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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To Build Beautifully You Should Have These Books More than three hundred illustrations and plans of artistic and comfortable homes ofpractically every size and style. Innumerable valuable suggestions and ideasModern Dwellings-9x 12 in., 150 lllus. ($3,500 to $50,000) ) BOTH with Plans $1.50 BOOKS American Homes—I 50 Illustrations ($2,500 to $10,000) . dJO f\(\ with Plans _._ ___ $1.00) f»v These books contain a profusion of the latest ideas in Georgian, Colonial,English, Bungalow, &c, for those who are Planning to Build. GEO. F. BARBER & CO., Architects, Knoxville, Tenn. Rhododendron catawbienseTrue American species


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And to paint these home pictures we need chieflyAmerican material. We must face this deadly pa; illel: What We Really Plant 70% European trees and shrubsand horticultural varieties.20% Chinese and Japanese.10% American. What We Ought to P:ant 70% American trees and shrubs, i.e.,native to America.20% Chinese and Japanese.10 % European and horticultural. Above quoted from Willi elm Millers What EnglandCan Ttacli Is About Gardening. IfTELSEYS Hardy American Plants, Rare Rhododen-^^ drons. Azaleas, Andromedas, Leucothoes, Kalmias.The largest collection in existence of the finest nativeornamentals. The only kind of stock to producepermanent effects. HIGHLANDS NURSERY3,800 feet elevation in theCarolina Mountains. BOXFORD NURSERYBoxford. Mass. Catalogues anainformation of HARlAN P. KELSEY, Owner SALEM, MASS. AMERICAN HOMES AND GARDENS April, 1913 S^^SVo* U The O Oriental Store You can shopwith us bymail fromyout home assatisfactorilyas thoughyou person-ally pu r-chased in ourstore


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