Saturday, March 10, 2007

table of contents to INSIDE FINISHING 1912



Charles A King
1912
A carpenter’s book
I’ve copied the contents page for you renovators, click on the link below and read the book.

INSIDE FINISHING
CHAPTER I. HEATING, VENTILATION, SANITATION, REFRIGERATORS.
1. Fireplaces and stoves;
2. Hot-air heating;
3. Steam and hot-water heating;
4. Steam heating;
5. Hot-water heating;
6. Ventilation;
7. Plumbing;
8. Sanitation;
9. Refrigerators ;
10. Construction of an ice house
CHAPTER II. FLOOR LAYING, INSIDE FINISH.
11. Floor laying;
12. Wood for finishing;
13. Casings;
14. Moldings;
15. Molding joints;
16. The dado;
17. Rake dado;
18. Soffits;
19. A splayed soffit;
20. Circular panel work ;
21. Closets;
22. A drawer case;
23. A kitchen sink ;
24. The bathroom ;
25. Wood mantels, hardware
CHAPTER III. DOORS.
26. Doors;
27. Stock sizes ;
28. Selection;
29. Veneered doors ;
30. The doorframes ;
31. The doorframes of a brick house ;
32. Setting doorframes ;
33. Jointing;
34. Hanging a door ;
35. Fitting locks;
36. The threshold
CHAPTER IV. WINDOW FRAMES AND SASH.
37. Window frames;
38. Window sash;
39. Glazing sash;
40. Stock sizes of sash;
41. Fitting a sash ;
42. Hotbed or skylight sash;
43. Store sash ;
44. Blinds
CHAPTER V. STAIR BUILDING.
45. Making measurements;
46. Laying out stairs;
47. Headroom;
48. Stringers;
49. Forms of stairs;
50. Stair posts ;
51. Treads and risers;
52. Circular stair risers ;
53. Handrails;
54. Balusters ;
55. Handrailing . .
CHAPTER VI. PAINTING, HARDWARE.
56. Painting;
57. Hardware
CHAPTER VII. ESTIMATING.
58. Plans;
59. Location;
60. Method;
61. Excavations;
62. Stonework;
63. Brickwork;
64. Carpentry;
65. Roofing;
66. Joinery ;
67. Plastering ;
68. Hardware ;
69. Painting ;
70. Heating and plumbing ;
71. Summarizing the estimates ;
72. Stock bill;
73. The contractor

CHAPTER VIII. ARITHMETIC
CHAPTER IX. TABLES.
1. Asphalt floor;
2. Bending;
3. Cellar sash;
4. Sizes and weights of windows;
5. Painting;
6. Wall paper;
7. Plastering;
8. Shingles;
9. Number of slates required per square ;
10. Sizes of nails and number per pound ;
11. Number of nails required ;
12. Chimneys ;
13. Stables; Miscellaneous information;
14, Sizes of boxes for different measures;
15. Diameters, areas, and circumferences of circles;
16. Decimal equivalents of a linear foot;
17. Decimal equivalents of the fractional parts of an inch ;
18. Contents of round tanks in gallons;
19. Weights and specific gravities;
20. Squares,- cubes, square roots, and cube roots ;
21. Avoirdupois weight;
22. Apothecaries' weight;
23. Troy weight;
24. Linear measure;
25. Square or land measure;
26. Cubic or solid measure;
27. Dry measure;
28. Rope and cable measure;
29. Liquid measure ;
30. French measures of length with United States equivalents;
31. French measures of surface with United States equivalents;
32. French measures of weight with United States avoirdupois equivalents;
33. French measures of volume with United States equivalents;
34. French measures of liquids with United States equivalents .....
INDEX .............

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