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BY J. W. RILEY
LECTURER IN DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY, BUILDING CONSTRUCTION, AND CARPENTRY AND JOINERY, AT THE MUNICIPAL TECHNICAL SCHOOL, ROCHDALE
NEW YORK; THE MACMILLAN COMPANY; 1905
BY R. BURDETTE DALE, M.E.
NEW YORK; JOHN WILEY & SONS, INC.
LONDON: CHAPMAN & HALL, LIMITED
A Practical Reference Work on Carpentry, Building Superintendence, Contracting, Specifications, Estimating, Building Laws and Code, Underwriters Requirements, Heating, Ventilation, Pipe Fitting, Plumbing, Architectural Drawing, Blueprint Reading, Etc.
Prepared by a Staff of Architects, Carpenters, Contractors, and Building Experts of the Highest Professional Standing
AMERICAN TECHNICAL SOCIETY; CHICAGO; 1919
or the science and art of framing on a new and improved system, with specific instructions for building balloon frames, barn frames, mill frames, warehouses, church spires, etc. Comprising also a system of bridge building with bills, estimates of cost, and valuable tables.
BY WILLIAM E. BELL
Architect and practical builder
Philadelphia; Howard Challen
A practical and easily comprehended system of laying out and framing roofs, adapted to modern construction. The methods are made clear and intelligible by 76 engravings with extensive explanatory text.
BY OWEN B. MAGINNIS,
Instructor of Drawing in New York Trade School.
Author of "How to Frame a House," "Practical Centring," " How to Join Moldings," etc.
OWEN B. MAGINNIS, NEW YORK, 1896.
By OWEN B. MAGININIS,
Author of “Bricklaying” “Practical Centring” “How to Join Mouldings” Etc.
PUBLISHED BY OWEN B. MAGINNIS, NEW YORK, 1901
PRACTICAL CARPENTRY - IN TWO VOLUMES
Being a Complete, Up-to-Date Explanation of Modern Carpentry and and Encyclopedia on the Modern Methods. Used in the Erection of Buildings, From the Laying of the Foundation to the Delivery of the Building to the Painter.
BY WILLIAM A. RADFORD
INDUSTRIAL PUBLICATION CO.; NEW YORK; 1907
FOR RETAIL LUMBER YARDS. ETC. ALSO LIME HOUSES, COAL SHEDS, SASH AND DOOR ROOMS, OFFICES AND SHED AND YARD CONVENIENCES
By MET L. SALEY
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, AMERICAN LUMBERMAN, 1909
BY LUCIUS D. GOULD,
Architect and Practical Builder.
NEW YORK; A. J. BICKNELL & CO. 1874
A Course in Practical Carpentry for Manual Training Classes
BY LOUIS M. ROEHL
Director of Farm Mechanics, Milwaukee County School of Agriculture and Domestic Economy Wauwatosa, Wisconsin
BY WEBB PUBLISHING COMPANY; 1913
A TREATISE ON THE ART OF BUILDING AND THE STRENGTH OF MATERIALS.
BY R. G. HATFIELD, ARCHITECT,
NEW YORK; JOHN WILEY & SON, 1873.
Giving methods of obtaining the various cuts in carpentry. Also, stair building, builders' estimates, slide rule, steel square, strength of materials, mathematical rules, etc. Together with convenient modern floor plans; also, a complete set of framing plans, showing most approved method of modern construction.
BY W. A. SYLVESTER.
BOSTON; ALLEN SYLVESTER, PUBLISHER, 1896.
A treatise on building timber, with rules and tables for calculating its strength, and the strains to which each timber op a structure. A glossary, explaining at length the technical terms in use among carpenters.
BY THOMAS W. SILLOWAT,
BOSTON: CROSBY, NICHOLS, AND COMPANY, 1858.
BEING A NEW AND COMPLETE SYSTEM OF LINES FOR THE USE OF WORKMEN;
BY PETER NICHOLSON
WITH AN INTRODUCTION TO THE ELEMENTS OF GRAPHIC STATICS.
BY MALVERD A. HOWE, C.E.
Professor of Civil Engineering, Rose Polytechnic Institute; Member of American Society of Civil Engineers
NEW YORK: JOHN WILEY & SONS., 1915.
BY IRA SAMUEL GRIFFITH
Chairman of the Manual Arts Department; University of Missouri
THE MANUAL ARTS PRESS; PEORIA; ILLINOIS; 1916
Embodying results of a study of all known methods of construction during fifty years' experience of the author; with many valuable improvements set forth and explained; together with a system of framing roofs by which every stick can be fitted perfectly without making extra drawings to obtain cuts, bevels, etc., for the work.
BY D. H. MELOY,
Architect, and practical builder.
DAVID WILLIAMS COMPANY, 1902.
BEING A GUIDE TO THE CORRECT WORKING AND LAYING OUT OF ALL KINDS OF CARPENTERS' AND JOINERS' WORK.
With the Solutions of the Various Problems in Hip-Roofs, Gothic Work, Centering, Splayed Work, Joints and Jointing, Hinging, Dovetailing, Mitering, Timber Splicing, Hopper Work, Skylights, Raking Mouldings Circular Work, Etc., Etc
BY FRED T. HODGSON
PHILADELPHIA; DAVID McKAY; 1883
BY HENRY D. DEWELL
DEWEY PUBLISHING COMPANY, SAN FRANCISCO, 1917
BEING A COMPILATION OF THE VERY BEST THINGS AND MOST MODERN AND PRACTICAL METHODS KNOWN IN THE ARTS OF CARPENTRY AND JOINERY
FRED T. HODGSON
Author Practical Treatise on the Uses of "The Steel Square," "Modern Estimator and Contractors' Guide," "Common Sense Stair-Builder," "Up-To-Date Hardwood Finisher," "Practical Wood Carving," &c.
CHICAGO; FREDERICK J. DRAKE & CO., PUBLISHERS; 1906
BY CHARLES A. KING
DIRECTOR OF MANUAL TRAINING; EASTERN HIGH SCHOOL, BAY CITY, MICHIGAN
AMERICAN BOOK COMPANY; 1912,
THE ART OF CARPENTRY AND JOINERY.
NEW YORK; THOMAS O'KANE, 1873.
BY HENRY S. JACOBY
PROFESSOR OF BRIDGE ENGINEERING CORNELL UNIVERSITY
NEW YORK; JOHN WILEY & SONS, 1914
KING'S SERIES IN WOODWORK AND CARPENTRY
BY CHARLES A. KING
DIRECTOR OF MANUAL TRAINING EASTERN HIGH SCHOOL, BAY CITY, MICHIGAN
AMERICAN BOOK COMPANY, 1912
By E. H. Crussell
New York; David Williams Company; 1914
of approved Up-to-date Methods of House Framing and Construction Together With Tested Methods of Heavy Timber and Plank Framing as Used in the Construction of Barns, Factories, Stores and Public Buildings; Strength of Timbers; and Principles of Roof and Bridge Trusses
BY WILLIAM A. RADFORD
THE RADFORD ARCHITECTURAL COMPANY, 1909
Including directions for designing and detailing roof trusses, with criticism of various forms of timber construction. Prepared Especially for Carpenters and Builders
BY FRANK E, KIDDER,
Author of "The Architect's and Builder's Pocket Book," "Building Construction and Superintendence,"
NEW YORK: DAVID WILLIAMS COMPANY, 1905
A complete book of lines for carpentry and joinery, treating fully on practical geometry, soffits, groins, niches, roofs, and domes, and containing a great variety of original designs. Also, a full exemplification of the theory and practice of stair building, cornices and mouldings, including also some observations and calculations on the strength of timber.
BY PETER NICHOLSON
PHILADELPHIA; J. B. LIPPINCOTT & COMPANY, 1867
A RUDIMENTARY TREATISE ON THE PRINCIPLES OF CONSTRUCTION IN THE CARPENTRY AND JOINERY OF ROOFS DEDUCED FROM THE WORKS OF THE LATE
PROFESSOR ROBISON, PRICE, AND TREDGOLD.
LONDON; JOHN WEALE; 1859.
Treating on Lines and the Square Also Giving Practical Rules and Methods on Carpentry
BY HARVEY MILLER; 1920
Balloon Framing, Mixed Framing, Heavy Timber Framing, Houses, Factories, Bridges, Barns, Rinks, Timber-roofs, and all other kinds of Timber Buildings. Being a copious treatise on the modem practical methods of executing all kinds of timber framing, from the simple scantling shed or lean-to. to the heavy and complicated timber bridges, centers, needling and shoring, roofing and railway work, tank frames and taper structures.
BY FRED T. HODGSON,
PUBLISHERS Frederick J. Drake & Co., CHICAGO, 1909
BY A. HYATT VERRILL
NEW YORK, DODD, MEAD AND COMPANY, 1915
Comprising an easy, practical system of estimating material and labor for carpenters, contractors and builders
BY I. P. HICKS.
DAVID WILLIAMS, PUBLISHER, 1893.
PREPARED BY A CORPS OF ARCHITECTS, CARPENTERS, CONTRACTORS, AND BUILDING EXPERTS OF THE HIGHEST PROFESSIONAL STANDING
CHICAGO, AMERICAN TECHNICAL SOCIETY, 1910
BY THOMAS TREDGOLD
LONDON; E. & F. N. SPON, 1875.
BY CHARLES F. MITCHELL
Lecturer on Carpentry and Joinery
GEORGE A. MITCHELL
National Silver Medallist
CASSELL AND COMPANY, 1896
BY E. WYNDHAM TARN,
LONDO; CROSBY LOCKWOOD AND CO., 1883
PART I. STRENGTH AND STIFFNESS OF TIMBER
PART II. STATICS APPLIED TO CONSTRUCTIONS OF TIMBER
BY BENJAMIN HALE,
BOSTON, PUBLISHED BY RICHARDSON & LORD, 1827,
Comprising modern carpentry, plain and advanced practical uses of the steel square timber framing, light and heavy stair building and hand railing.
BY FRED T. HODGSON
FREDERICK J. DRAKE & CO., 1919
CARPENTRY AND BUILDING
NEW YORK; DAVID WILLIAMS COMPANY