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Historic Millwork: A Guide to Restoring and Re-creating Doors, Windows, and Moldings of the Late Nineteenth Through Mid-Twentieth Centuries

Historic Millwork: A Guide to Restoring and Re-creating Doors, Windows, and Moldings of the Late Nineteenth Through Mid-Twentieth Centuries

Brent Hull

ISBN: 978-0-471-41622-7

Feb 2003

224 pages

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* Features hundreds of detailed illustrations from actual period millwork catalogs.
* Demonstrates how to properly specify millwork.
* Include a glossary of key terms.

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Preface.

Acknowledgments.

Introduction.

Chapter One: Wood and Historic Millwork.

Chapter Two: Doors.

Chapter Three: Windows.

Chapter Four: Moldings.

Chapter Five: Cabinets, Store Fixtures, and Built-Ins.

Chapter Six: Short-Lived Millwork Items.

Glossary.

Bibliography.

Index.

"The information in Historic Millwork is useful, the illustrations are charming and the book has many helpful tables." (Traditional Building, July/August 2003)