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January | February 1997

January | February 1997

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features

NANTUCKET finale

worrisome windows

features

an american craftsman teddbenson

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features

NANTUCKET finale

A once dowdy Victorian shows a new face as she takes her bow

9697

worrisome windows

What to look for—and avoid— when searching for replacement windows good enough to pass on to your children

8889

features

an american craftsman teddbenson

The timber frame guru, humbled by his art

2223

extras

sticky stuff

Two fine examples of 19th-century North American truss bridges are available for free—almost. Both bridges, located in Missouri, must be dismantled and removed at the new owners' expense. The bigger span, the 1887 Francois Chouteau Bridge, right, is a third of a mile long and will cost about $15 million to move (think of the tolls you could collect).
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back to the future fireplace

Invented two centuries ago, the Rumford emerges as the only brick-and-mortar design to meet tough new pollution standards

8081

features

TEXAS COW PLACE

slickers transform a stone barn hardly fit for rattlesnakes

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Finances

For Sale by Owner

The odds are against you, but the payoff is sweet

1819

Off the Wall

Moving Disasters

How to destroy a perfect renovation in one day

3031

Power Tool

Blow It Off!

When snow reigns, a thrower quickly becomes your favorite tool

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geo logic

Nature offers the best advice for placing boulders in a landscape

November | December1996 MARCH/APRIL1997
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