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Image from page 120 of “Cottage houses for village and country homes” (1899)
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Title: Cottage houses for village and country homes
Year: 1899 (1890s)
Authors: S. B. Reed
Subjects: house plans — books domestic architecture designs and plans cottages
Publisher: Orange Judd Co.
Contributing Library: JD Collection
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Fig. 93. —PLAN OF SECOND STOKY. no COTTAGE HOUSES The architraves for the interior are of clear pine reeded,with head and base blocks complete. The windows inthe first and second stories have panels under them.Those opening to the verandas and balconies are double-faced, and hung to swing inward. The kitchen anddining-room have neat chair backs. A sink and drain-board are set and neatly cased with closet underneath.The pantry and all closets are shelved, and hooked inthe usual manner. The doors are of first quality sea-soned pine, paneled and molded. The front doors are4-4 by 7 by l3/4, and heavily molded outside. The insidedouble doors are 5 by 7-4 by V/4; sliding doors 7 by 7-6by l3/4. All other room doors in the first story of themain house are 2-8 by 7-4 by V/2. Outside blinds, withrolling slats of best manufacture, are put to each win-dow in the first and second stories. All the doors are hung with loose joint butts. Double-faced doors have mortised looks, and all single-facedd
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