Historic Building Interiors

Historic Building Interiors

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Because the subject for historic building interiors is so diverse, this annotated bibliography is not comprehensive, but selective in nature, and thus, may not list all of the references published on a specific topic. Includes those publications that are generally available in print or readily accessible in libraries. Covers: general and historical studies; conservation and maintenance; paint; plaster; metals; textiles; wallcoverings; floors and floor coverings; and wood. Also, includes systems and fixtures; rehabilitation case studies; inspection, evaluation and planning; and safety, fire protection, building codes and accessibility.aquot;Three-Coat Plaster Patching.aquot; The Old-House Journal. Vol. XIV, No. 6 (July- August 1986), pp. 285-289. The author explains the basic principles of traditional plastering techniques, which include the scratch coat, brown coat and finish coat.

Title:Historic Building Interiors
Author:Anne E. Grimmer
Publisher:DIANE Publishing - 1994


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