Carpentry and Building was founded in 1879. By 1909, the monthly publication incorporated The Builder’s Exchange and was renamed Building Age in 1910. It absorbed the Builder’s Journal in 1922 and was briefly published with both names. By 1924, it was known as Building Age and National Builder and also incorporated National Builder and Permanent Builder. It combined with American Builder in 1930 to become American Builder and Building Age.
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