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SAINT BARNABAS CHURCH, BERLIN, N. H. Edmund Q. Sylvester, Architect, Boston, Mass. For plan, see next succeeding plate.

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of

Architecture, Carpentry,

and Building

A General Referenie Work on

ARCHITECTURE, CARPENTRY, BUILDING, STRUCTURAL DRAFTING, STEEL
CONSTRUCTION, MASONRY, REINFORCED CONCRETE, SUPERINTEND-
ENCE, CONTRACTS, SPECIFICATIONS, ESTIMATING, BUILDING
LAW, MECHANICAL AND ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING,
FREEHAND AND PERSPECTIVE DRAWING,
ROMAN AND GREEK ORDERS, ELEC-
TRIC WIRING AND LIGHTING,
HEATING, VENTILATION,

PLUMBING, ETC.

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ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS, ENGINEERS, AND EXPERTS OF THE HIGHEST

PROFESSIONAL STANDING

Illustrated with over Three Thousand Engravings

TEN VOLUMES

CHICAGO
AMERICAN TECHNICAL SOCIETY

1917

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WALTER LORING WEBB, C. E.

Consulting Civil Engineer
Member, American Society of Civil Engineers
Author of "Railroad Construction," " Economics of Railroad Construction," etc.

J. R. COOLIDGE, JR., A. M.

Architect, Boston
Acting Director, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

HENRY J. BURT, B. S., C. E.

Structural Engineer for Holabird & Roche, Architects
Member, American Society of Civil Engineers
Member, Western Society of Civil Engineers
Member, Society for the Promotion of Engineering Education

FRED T. HODGSON

Architect and Editor
Member, Ontario Association of Architects
Author of "Modern Carpentry." "Architectural Drawing, Self-Taught," "The Steel

Square," " Modern Estimator," etc.

FRANK 0. DUFOUR, C. E.

Structural Engineer with Interstate Commerce Commission, Division of Valuation,

Central District
Formerly Assistant Professor of Structural Engineering, University of Illinois
Member, American Society of Civil Engineers
Member, American Society for Testing Materials

WM. H. LAWRENCE, S. B.

Professor of Architectural Engineering. Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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