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Excerpt from Building Construction and Superintendence, Vol. 2: Carpenters' Work
To do this in a manner that would be of sufficient practical value to warrant its being done at all, has required the making of a large number of detail drawings, which, while they have greatly increased tht labor of preparation and delayed the publication, will, the author dares to believe, prove of great assistance to the young architect and draughtsman, and he trusts of some value to experienced architects and builders.
The illustrations may not be considered as models of draughtsmanship, but on a small scale are such as are usually required in making working drawings and in explaining the method of construction to be pursued. It is hoped that their value may be in proportion to the labor and thought that have been expended upon them.
The various materials employed by the carpenter, or with which he usually has to do. Have also been carefully considered. With the view of enabling the architect and builder to employ them wisely, and to distinguish between the various kinds and qualities.
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isbn: 0243267843, 978-0243267842,
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