Image from page 282 of “Building & engineering news” (1914)

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Identifier: buildingengineer2127cont
Title: Building & engineering news
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: Contractors’ and Dealers’ Association of California
Subjects: Architecture Building Construction industry Engineering
Publisher: San Francisco : L. A. Larson
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: San Francisco Public Library

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enerally conceded by those with whothe National Burer^i is co-operating. At the meeting In Pittsburgh a deflnlprogram was agreed upon very similarthat used by the National Bureau in asisting other leading industries to elminate unfair competition and unsottimerchandising practices by furthering tlpractical principles which underlie BVIcessful business. TWENTY-EIGHT STORY GARAQELARGEST IN NEW YORK A skyscrai>er garage, 28 stories hlgwith a capacity for more than a thoisand automobile, is being plannedNew York City. The new garage Wprobably be the most modern structttof It kind in the world, accordingthe National Automobile Club. Lauldries for cars, chauffeurs, rooms, walIng rooms and several compartmeljwhere owners may make minor repalwill be Included in the new building. Ned.vices for parking and cleaning oawill be regilated In such a way asInsure against scrap.d fenders or greBupholsterv. High-speed, .self-lovellng elvators will be used to park the cars. Iffff^ffr^^BTBrBHffW^HCH!

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r wi w^ ia> wwu/w ^XrO^ w ilJtiT^lSi^ Publication Office647 Mission Street SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF., AUGUST 20. 1927 Twenty-Seventh Year No. 34Published Every Saturday TIIVIPIE HYDRATED LIME (a true dolomite lime) for Brick Mortar, White Coat and Sand Float Finish, and for induc-ing plasticity in and water proofing Portland Cement Concrete. Used in approximately $70,000,000 High Class Pacific Coast construction in last 3 years. EXAMPLES:— New Standard Oil Building, San Francisco Central Bank, Oakland Oakland Savings Bank New Subway Terminal Building, Los Angeles New Mark Hopkins Hotel, San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank, San Francisco New Hunter-Doolin Building, San Francisco New Buss Building, San Francisco Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Biulding, San Francisco Sold by most progressive dealers throughout Pacific Coast.For special information write or wire UTAH LIME AND STONE CO. 907 CONTINENTAL NAT. BANK BLDG.. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH W. L. EUerbeck, Vice-President and General Manage

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