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Image from page 615 of “Architect and engineer” (1905)
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Title: Architect and engineer
Year: 1905 (1900s)
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Subjects: Architecture Architecture Architecture Building
Publisher: San Francisco : Architect and Engineer, Inc
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: San Francisco Public Library

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he movies, either with or with-out accompanying vaudeville or some musical entertainment. In New Yorkthere are more than 650 theatres in the greater city, and more are underconstruction. The amount of money already appropriated for new amuse-ment houses in New York alone amounts, we are informed, to somethinglike ,000,000. The architecture of the theatre seems to be very much specialized andthe problems involved call for trained experts in this particular field. Theplans vary with the needs of particular localities and purposes, but thefundamental consideration seems the using of spaces to permit of the largestunobstructed seating capacity and the easy inflow and exit of changingaudiences, combined with requirements of safety. One of the great contributing factors in theatre construction of todayis the use of reinforced concrete arches. Some of the spaces covered in thisway are amazing in their daring and knowledge of the engineering problemsinvolved. 108 THE ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER

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BALFOUR BUILDING, SAN FRANCISCOGEO. W. KELHAM, ARCHITECT Substantially constructed towers for hoistingmaterial. Note landings with safety railingsand safety suspended scaffolds. Department of Safety Conducted in the Interests of the BuildingPublic and with the Co-operation of theCalifornia Industrial Accident Commission Preventing Accidents on Building Construction By J. J. ROSEDALE, Construction Engineer THE Balfour building, under construction in San Francisco, is breakingall records for speed and the prevention of accidents. Every effort isbeing made by the contractors to comply with the California IndustrialAccident Commissions safety requirements. The insurance companies are surprised at the low cost of compensationpaid out on this job. Up to July 15, 1920, there were only eight slightinjuries on this building, and a total of 5 was paid out for compensation.■ This structure has surely stricken out the rule from the casualty companiesbooks that a building more than ten storie

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Image from page 11 of “Bulletin – American Lung Association” (1915)
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Title: Bulletin – American Lung Association
Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: American Lung Association National Tuberculosis Association National Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease Association
Subjects: Lungs
Publisher: [New York]
Contributing Library: Gerstein – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

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d are be-ing maintained by them. Kimball Me-morial House, a home where youngwomen and children attending daycamps or awaiting admission to sana-toria, can be made comfortable, pro-vided with good food, medical and nurs-ing care, and are given opportunity t.isleep in the open, is conducted entirelyby the Auxiliaries. The Auxiliaries cooperate closely withwelfare and educational agencies, suclias nutrition classes, classes in dental hy-giene, preventorium day nurseries, pos-ture classes, boy scout and camp firegirl movements, playgrounds, and freshair work. As one speaker at a recentmeeting of the organization aptly put il.The auxiliaries are the hub of the tuberculosis campaign in New York. So successful has the work of theauxiliaries been, that the New York Tulierculosis Association is making everyeffort to increase the number of branche>in every district of the city. An aux-iliary for every tuberculosis clinic inGreater New York is the slogan of theworkers engaged in the campaign.

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A Good Example The New York City Tuberculosis .As-sociation and the Tennessee Tubercu-losis Association have set a good ex-ample to all other associations through-out the coimtrv. Both of these organ- LITERALLY IN THE MOVIES. A CRUSADER WHO TOOK PART IN PLAYLET RECENTLY PRESENTED AT ST. LOUIS DAV AXU NluaT CAxMP. INCIDENTALLY THE SORT OF PHOTOGRAPH WHICH NEWSPAPER EDITORS ARE NOT LIKELY TO TURN DOWN IF ACCO.MPAXIED BY A SN.VPPY CAPTION OR STORY. izations have pledged themselves to con-tribute to the National Association 5%of all moneys received by them fromChristmas seals, membership, donations,or other source. The ermont Asso-ciation has also recently exhibited a mostgenerous attitude in the giving to theNational Association 8% of its recentforty-thousand-dollar financial drive.Georgia has also contributed to the Na-tional Association 5% of the receiptsfrom the financial drive at Atlanta lastyear where no seal sale was held.These are good examples to follow. Bet Raises Funds There a

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