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A First Prize Design

A First Prize Design image
Parent Issue
Day
27
Month
June
Year
1889
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

The first prize in Carpentry and Buildlng's eighteenth contest was awarded to William ■Cerr, of Grand Rapids, Mich., and here are ie estimates: Stonework, 54 perch - $100 00 Sills, 750 feet 9 00 2x8 inehes, 2,000 feet 24 00 2x6inches, 700 feet 7 00 2x4inches, 8,700feet 82 00 2x4 inches, 600 feet raftere 6 00 Culled boards, 4,000 f eet 40 00 Siding, 2,000 feet 82 00 FlDoring:, 1,800 feet 34 00 14windows 2800 14doors 82 00 lslidedoor 10 00 10,000 shiugles 25 (X) Finishing iumber, 2,C00 feet 65 00 600 yards plostering 108 00 Painting...T7 1_. 75 00 Brickwork and chimneys 05 00 Carpenter work auy w Total $898 00 The specifications provide for the laying down of footings under all brick walls of fiat stones, not less than 13 inches thick and projecting 6 inches on each side of wall above ; cellar walls are to be 1 foot 6 inches thlck, chimneys contain flues 8x8 inches, with 6 inch walls and 2 inch partitions, the cellar bottom to be covered with cement concrete 2 inehes thick; timbers exposed when flnish;-d of socond qnaliíy pine ; timbera not expqsed tt hemlock or pine, the frame to be i pf the bnlIood rariety; the luniber lo be of aitu pine.

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Old News
Ann Arbor Register