Descendants of John Jordan Cooper and Louisa Slay Cooper who settled next to a basin off the Blackwater River, east of Milton, Florida in 1856.
Ancestral history of Tony Curness including the descendants of Edward Curniss (b.1791) in St Leonards, Shoreditch, UK. Dedicated to the memory of Ceridwen Robyn (Kerry) Curness, nee Roberts. Documenting the ancestry and general interests of Janice and Brien Cushman.Ancestors of Stanley George Camp as compiled by Rosemary B. Also features surname study tracing the lineages that originate from Essex, ENG.Includes marriages, research registration, message board and associated links.Digital Library: Read "The Craftsman Magazine" online FE Kidder's Architecture book (1906) - some good information about what materials were available and in use in 1906. (from Internet Archive), Eugene Otto Murmann (1914). Economy in Plumbing (from Internet Archive) Montgomery Ward & Co. Excelsior Fresco Stencils (from Internet Archive) by George E. Honor Bilt Building Materials (from Internet Archive), Sears Roebuck and Co. A catalog including the complete assortment of sashes, doors, moldings, interior woodwork, entrances, built-ins and kitchen cabinets offered by Sears/Honor Bilt. Houses and Gardens (from Internet Archive) by Scott, Mackay Hugh Baillie (1906). Some nice examples of furnished rooms and how not all pieces have to be mission style. Bungalow designs (floor plans) submitted by architects and draughtsmen from throughout the country in a competition. Plans of Modern Homes, kit home catalog (from Internet Archive), Chicago Millwork Supply Co. May diagrams are missing, but there is still some good stuff at the website. This book has some really beautiful landscapes, but the pictures are geared toward "Estates," not tiny city lots. Carpentry & Mechanics for Boys (from Internet Archive) by Hall, Albert Neely (1918). This chair-ladder project is quite neat—though it seems to be more of an intermediate level project based on their description that construction should be obvious; the author does spend a bit of effort to explain the construction order. Housewifery: A Manual and Text Book of Practical Housekeeping (from Google books) (from Internet Archive), Lydia Ray Balderston (1919). This book has photos of actual period interiors, not drawings, though, they are mostly white-painted interiors. Also interesting as there appear to be no coffee tables and the couches seem to be placed quite close to the fireplace. The photos are done in black and white, but there are some very lovely interiors. Tons of complete bathrooms, decent resolution on pictures. Permanent Catalog, Illustrating & Describing Vitreous China Sanitary Ware (from Internet Archive) Great Western Pottery Co.