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Image from page 136 of “Architect and engineer” (1905)

Image from page 136 of “Architect and engineer” (1905)
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Identifier: architectenginee11333sanf
Title: Architect and engineer
Year: 1905 (1900s)
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Subjects: Architecture Architecture Architecture Building
Publisher: San Francisco : Architect and Engineer, Inc
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: San Francisco Public Library

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f school finance andbusiness management. 6. Let the musicians, dancers, actors, andother persons of the theatre developcommunity music and community the-atres, preparing pageants, festivals, con-certs, and dramatic performances. An in-creasing number of actively participatingcitizens will be drawn into these. My suggestive plan of cultural reconstruc-tion makes no pretense to completeness. The com-pleted design will be the work of the NationalCouncil itself. But the foregoing suggestions il-lustrate the feasibility of the whole enterprise.These things can be done now. These millionsof idle and able youths have to be cared for withfood, clothing, and shelter. Let us care for theirminds and personalities by putting them at cre-ative tasks. Let us make them self-sustaining,happy, and confident men and women. ote—The plan outlined herein is an excerpt from pases 251—new book. THE GRE.T TECHNOLOGY: Social Chaos andMind by Harold Rugg. One of the REASONS a builder ENGAGES an architect!

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HOME builders today are extremely critical. Other-wise they would be satisfied with tbe bargainhouses on the market. To please such clients—to have them refer friendsto you—you will want to watch the details that makefor comfort and convenience. For electrical wiring we urge you to meet Red Sealwiring specifications. These standards are the measureof an adequately wired home. They are laid down witha view to economy: they promise your client enoughelectricity wliere he will need it. Homes which meet Red Seal standards are certifiedas such by tbe Pacific Coast Electrical Bureau. This Bureau has nothing to sell. Its services, recom-mendations and inspections are free to architects andbuilders. Call or write for complete details. Pacific Coast Electrical Bureau 447 Sutter St., San Francisco 601 West 5th St., Los Angeles 848 Roosevelt St., Fresno -i^^V^X

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