School Houses and Their Equipment
The above caption is the title of a 206 page artistically-covered book issued by W. W. LaChance, architect, specializing in school house architecture, with offices at Niagara Falls, N. Y. The knowledge imparted in the book is the result of diligent study and re earch in all the branches of school furnishings and construction in the United States and Canada. It contains a vast library of constructional data that should be of great value to any school board which contemplates the building of new educational structures. The volume is illustrated with photographs of buildings that have been copied from and have become stock plans, all the defects and detail having been rectified. The plans and blue prints are offered by the author for the nominal price of one per cent on the estimated cost of the building.