American Homes and Gardens Magazine, March (Mar.) 1909, Volume VI, No. 3 - The Country Seat of Emil Berolzheimer, Esq., Tarrytown, New York


Pages 41-80 plus xvi pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: Notable American Homes - "Gellian Court," The Country Seat of Emil Berolzheimer, Esq., Tarrytown, New York; Roses for Winter; Homes of American Artists - The Rose Valley Artist's Home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Stephens, built and arranged by Price and McLanahan, architects, of Philadelphia; The Roadway and the Grounds; Giant Leaves - article with photos of massive cabbage, Gunnera, Monstera deliciosa, Elephant's Ear, and Anthurium leaves; The Compost Heap; The Residence of Friend A. Russ, Esq., "Rock Ridge," Greenwich, CT; New Developments in Stenciling; Residence of Prof. L.W. Reid, at Merion, PA; A "Triple-Gable" House at Oak Lane, PA, built for Charles E. Frick, Esq.; A French Model Dairy - wonderfully photo-illustrated article on this leading-edge operation on an island of the Seine, near Bougival, ten miles from Paris; The Colonial Residence of J. Randall Williams, Esq., Haverford, PA; One-page ad for Knabe pianos; Nice one-page illustrated ad for the Andrews Systems of the Andrews Heating Co.; Coldwell Lawn Mower ad; Two-color ad for the Royal Chair Co. on back cover illustrates chair with push-button sliding footrest; and more. Printed on glossy stock. Complete and unmarked with average wear. Covers and some pages loose but all present. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue.

Title: American Homes and Gardens Magazine, March (Mar.) 1909, Volume VI, No. 3 - The Country Seat of Emil Berolzheimer, Esq., Tarrytown, New York

Author Name: Ferree, B.; Welsh, E.; De Martin, R.; Edwards, J.; bastin, S.; Bennett, I.; Nichols, F.; Priestman, M.; Et al

Categories: Architecture, Gardening, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Munn & Company: 1909

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 201H0840

Keywords: American Homes and Gardens Magazine, March (Mar.) 1909, Volume VI, No. 3 - The Country Seat of Emil Berolzheimer, Esq., Tarrytown, New York "Gellian Court, " The Country Seat of Emil Berolzheimer, Esq., Tarrytown, New York; Roses for Winter; Homes of American Artists - The Rose Valley Artist's Home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Stephens, built and arranged by Price and McLanahan, architects, of Philadelphia; The Roadway and the Grounds; Giant Leaves - article with photos of massive cabbage, Gunnera, Monstera deliciosa, Elephant's Ear, and Anthurium leaves; The Compost Heap; The Residence of Friend A. Russ, Esq., "Rock Ridge, " Greenwich, CT; New Developments in Stenciling; Residence of Prof. L.W. Reid, at Merion, PA; A "Triple-Gable" House at Oak Lane, PA, built for Charles E. Frick, Esq.; A French Model Dairy - wonderfully photo-illustrated article on this leading-edge operation on an island of the Seine, near Bougival, ten miles from Paris; The Colonial Residence of J. Randall Williams, Esq., Haverford, PA; One-page ad for Knabe pianos; Nice one-page illustrated ad for the Andrews Systems of the Andrews Heating Co.; Coldwell Lawn Mower ad; Two-color ad for the Royal Chair Co. on back cover illustrates chair with push-button sliding Footrest,