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Concrete improvements around the home, published by Portland Cement Association, 33 West Grand Avenue, Chicago, Illinois

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Title:
Concrete improvements around the home, published by Portland Cement Association, 33 West Grand Avenue, Chicago, Illinois
Description:
The use of concrete is described in creating garden walls, pools, posts, stepping stones and other outdoor structures. There is a loose leaflet from the Portland Cement Association. There is a loose clipping, dated April 14, 1935, from the "Portland Sunday Telegram and Sunday Press Herald." The clipping describes block prints made from rubber floor tiles.
Publisher:
Portland Cement Association
Format:
Books
Genre:
booklets
Location:
Historic New England
Collection (local):
EP001: Ephemera collection
Subjects:
advertising
associations
building materials
cement (construction material)
garden structures
gardens
portland cement
Garden ornaments and furniture
Places:
IllinoisCook (county)Chicago
Extent:
1 booklet, 46 pages : illustrations ; 9 3/4 x 7 1/2 inches
Link to Item:
Terms of Use:
Rights status not evaluated.
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Notes:
Gift of Richard Cheek, 2017.
Identifier:
329475
Call #:
EP001.12.006.002.017