Image from page 144 of “Our farm and building book.” (1915)
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Title: Our farm and building book.
Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: William A. Radford
Subjects: farm buildings — catalogs agricultural buildings barns house plans
Publisher: Radford Architectural Company
Contributing Library: MBJ collection
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ud of the result. There are many interesting features.The cellar wall reaches just above theground line. Commencing at the top ofthe wall a frame work of 2 by 6 sup-ports the sill at a height sufficient toraise the floor joists 7 feet 6 inches inthe clear above the concrete cellar floor.The cellar windows are set in this frame-work, which permits the building of asolid wall reaching clear around the ex-cavation without a break. The grade entrance at the side isstarted even with the top of this lowwall so that the steps down give easyaccess to the cellar and the steps upgive easy access to the kitchen throughthe back hall. The plan shows four living rooms anda bedroom downstairs besides front andside hall and a built-in rear porch. Upstairs there are three splendid bed-rooms and a fine large bathroom. Thefront and rear bedrooms are made pos-sible by dormer windows, one on thefront, the other on the rear slope ofthe roof. These dormers are made wideenough to hold double mullion windows.
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■..:-. A beautiful eight-room residence of story-and-a-half design. We can furnish complete set of blue-printed work-ing plans and typewritten specifications for only .00 per set. Blue-prints consist of basement plan; roof plan;first and second floor plans; front, rear, two side elevations; wall sections; and all necessary interior details. Spe-cifications consist of twenty-two pages of typewritten matter. When ordering, ask for Design No. 6652L. 140 OUR FARM AND BUILDING BOOK Bungalow for Small Family Three good sized family rooms andtwo splendid bedrooms are laid out onthe floor diagram of this attractive bun-galow. The main part is only 26 by 38feet, 6 inches in size, but the verandaacross the front adds another ten feetto the depth of the building. This veranda, by the way, makes aninteresting summer addition to the bun-galow, both as regards comfort andlooks. Being covered by extending themain roof, it snuggles up close to thehouse proper in a comfortable, sociablemanner, su
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