... regarded as an acquisition, and not as a nuisance; though one doesn't see any reason, in the nature of things, why it should be regarded as one more than the other. It cannot be too often remembered that every additional object in a house requires...
Craftsman Homes: Architecture and Furnishings of the American Arts and ... - Page 1
by Gustav Stickley - 1909 - 205 pages
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