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Page 8 - ... consider the subject of the location and grouping of public buildings and monuments to be erected in the District of Columbia and the development and improvement of the entire park system of said District, and shall report to Congress thereon the first Monday in December, nineteen hundred and one.
Page 150 - PRACTICAL TESTIMONY of the great merits and appreciation of our WINDSOR CEMENT, is, that leading architects throughout the country have called for it on their best and most costly structures, while architects generally have specified it for all kinds and grades of buildings, expensive and inexpensive, as extra cost does not debar its use on even the humblest cottage. Millions of Barrels of it have been used within the last three years.
Page 130 - An Act authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to obtain plans and specifications for public buildings to be erected under the supervision of the Treasury Department, and providing for local supervision of the construction of the same...
Page 170 - Provided, That the expenditures on this account for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, shall not exceed fifty-six thousand dollars; and that the Secretary of War shall each year, in the annual estimates, report to Congress the number of persons so employed, and the amount paid to each.
Page 19 - American institute of architects. ... Quarterly bulletin containing an index of literature from the publications of architectural societies and periodicals on architecture and allied subjects.
Page 130 - That the general supervision of the work shall continue in the office of the Supervising Architect of the Treasury Department, the Supervising Architect to be the representative of the Government in all matters connected with the erection and completion of such buildings, the receipt of proposals, the award of contracts therefor, and the...
Page 9 - That to carry oat the provisions of this resolution the sum of ten thousand dollars be, and the same is hereby, appropriated, ont of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to be expended nnder the direction of the President.
Page 100 - CABOT'S SHEATHING AND DEAFENING "QUILT" NOT A MERE FELT OR PAPER, BUT A SOFT, RESILIENT CUSHION OF DEAD-AIR SPACES, GIVING SCIENTIFICALLY PERFECT CONDITIONS FOR THE INSULATION OF HEAT AND THE ABSORPTION AND DISSIPATION OF SOUND WAVES. DECAY AND VERMIN-PROOF, AND UNINFLAMMABLE : : : CABOT'S BRICK PRESERVATIVE — A PERMANENT WATERPROOFING FOR BRICKWORK — — SAMUEL CABOT — Sole Manufacturer, Boston, Mass.
Page 71 - The new building of the Providence Public Library; exercises at the opening of the new building, March 15, 1900. with description of the building. 1901. Snow. Snead & Company Iron Works, Jersey City, NJ qr 022 867 Library planning, bookstacks and shelving, with contributions from the architects' and librarians