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Image from page 429 of "The Architect & engineer of California and the Pacific Coast" (1905)

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Title: The Architect & engineer of California and the Pacific Coast

Year: 1905 (1900s)


Subjects: Architecture Architecture Architecture Building

Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : Architect and Engineer Co

Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library

Digitizing Sponsor: San Francisco Public Library



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OHARA & LiVERMORE Ocsipncrs of INTERIOR DECORATION IN AI.I. ITS BRANCHES - STUDIOS AT tiZ Sulirr SlrcelSAN FRANCISCO. CAI. IVI, Siillrr .M li\ h. Colocwlo S<rr«lPA.SAOHNA. C Al . plraic mciilioii tliit iii«C4«titc. 114 THE ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER


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A Model Kitchen Equipment The Arcliitect and Engineer is pleasedto here present the result of experimentsconducted by the Hoosier Kitchen Cab-inet Store, along lines suggested by anumber of leading architects. As shown in the illustration, this is avery simple metliod of adapting the well-known principle so long in use in filingsystems in the form of sections. Thesesections, or au.\iliary units as they arecalled, may be used in a large number ofcombinations, making them adaptable toalmost any kitchen side wall. As may beseen, any number of these units may boadded to accommodate wall spaces andbj- omitting the upper sections of theside units additional cupboard space canbe utilized under windows and alongsidethe kitchen sink. The Hoosier Company has placed alarge contract on the Pacific Coast for a (juantity of these units in order to fur-nish them at a minimum price. Full-size detail drawings will be fur-nished to architects who desire to en-large or change the application of theau.\i



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