National Geographic : 1912 Mar
The CHARM of OLD ENGLISH OAK and WALNUT S.. . HE cool delightsomeness of the Hall of the old Elizabethan Manor House with its 'r' stone-flagged floor, its dusky open-timbered roof and paneled walls is only emphasized _ by its furnishings. To attach its associative charm to the Modern Living Room, the Furniture must not only look like its originals, but must be like them in all integrity of their construction. It must, in a word, be such as our Reproductions of Old English Oak and Walnut of the 17th Century. Our Furniture is to be had only at our Galleries in New York. We have no branches. Neither do we issue illustrated catalogues, Our book, "The House and its Plenish but we are at all times glad to render any ing," copiously illustrated with etchings, assistance we can to those who will fur- will be found helpfully suggestive in the nish us an indication of their needs. extreme. Furniture ompany 34 and 36 West Thirty-second Street, New York t^ ^ "Geographic readers may depend upon the character of our advertisers."