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Wisconsin State Horticultural Society / The Wisconsin horticulturist
Vol. V, No. 11 (January 1901)

The dwarf juneberry as a hedge-plant,   pp. 6-7 PDF (498.1 KB)


Page 6

THE screen represented in the accompanying picture, recommends it- 
self by a peculiar device used in applying the fabric to the frame, 
as wll aowing to which no aperture remains between the leaves or folds. 
Mr. Stimson'sThe fabric is a  green canvas cloth, which is first fastened
to the 
face of the middle panel and cut. Then, a single piece of the fabric 
serves for the remainder of the screen; the cloth, beginning with the back
of 
the first, or left-hand panel, being passed alternately to the front and
the rear, 
until the whole is covered. The top of the frame is concealed by a band of
the 
smaterial and no nails are used in the work, except the large brass round-headed
tacks on the face, which serve also for ornament. 


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