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Identifier: BuildingWithAssurance
Title: Building with assurance
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Authors: Morgan Woodwork Organization
Subjects: woodwork -- catalogs domestic architecture -- catalogs furnishings -- catalogs Division 06 Division 12 wood posts and columns wood stairs wood railings base and shoe moldings exterior wood door frames wood door and window casings dining tables and chairs lamps couchws and loveseats art glass
Publisher: Morgan Woodwork Organization
Contributing Library: MBJ collection

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n of oneof these real out of doors rooms, with itswhite lattice and trailing vines, whose coolleafage is a perfect screen from the passers-by and from the summer sun. When Juneshowers us with her *thousand beauties andsweet September sees rich purple grapeshanging from the trellised frame, who willdeny the pergola its value as an integralpart of the garden, or hesitate to admit thatits beauty is paralleled by its usefulness andworth? And here we will take leave of our Home,-planned for our happiness and comfort inthe days to come. Let us strive to make our house a RealHome; not just a place to eat and sleep in,a place to store fine furniture, or a museum ofrare and costly things; but a place to live in,to rest in, to be happy in, to which we clingfor its associations with those we hold dear;so that the little ones who are growing uparound us may be rightly influenced therebyand may look back, when they are full-grown,with loving thoughts and memories to thehappy days spent there. 20 ^

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li Practical Plan Suggestions UE THAT hath eyes to see, let himdiscern, in the pages immediatelyfollowing, the distinct advantages ofhomes, which reflect the higher stand-ards of living, over **houses—mere placesto live in. Not the least of these advantages iseffectual economy in both first cost andmaintenance. The difference between **homes andhouses is not one of price, primarily,but of intelligent planning—of finishedskill in adapting modern materials, meth-ods and arrangements to todays ad-vanced standard of living. These evidences of progress are moreparticularly noticeable in the smallerhomes, usually considered too restrictedin size, adaptability and price to permitthe introduction of refinements hereto-fore associated only with generous purse-capacity. This book shows only a few repre-sentative home designs covering a broadrange, each one suggesting scores of ideaswhich may be developed by studyingthe display of detailed woodwork listedon succeeding pages. ; . Consult a Co

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