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and 1? x 6-inch strut on each rafter.

FRAMING.

Joists shall be framed with crowning edge upwards, and
bridged with four rows of 1 x 1-inch bridging for class-room
spans, and one row for other spans. Studding shall be don-
bled at all openings. Plates shall be doubled and well spiked
together. The rafters shall be framed and trussed as shown
by detail drawings. Set partitions plumb and straight to
form the various rooms.

GROUNDS.

Put up grounds |.x 2 inches for the finish of all base.
Casings, wainscoting, etc., grounds to be put up plumb and to
line with angles properly squared.

SHEATHING AND SUB-FLOOR.

Sheath the side walls from sill to plate, the gables and the
floor joists throughout the building, with sound, surfaced
sheathing £ inches by not over 10-inch widths. Sheathing
to be put on diagonally of timbers, clos'ely driven up and
strongly face-nailed.

Build fresh air inlet or duct from outside wall to heater
of rough boards, with paper and battens over joints.

CORNICE.

Form all main and one-story cornice of wood, as shown by
detail drawings. Cornice to be run to perfect line, supported
on suitable lookouts.



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ROOF.



All roof surfaces not otherwise specified or shown shall
be covered with No. 1 heart-pine shingles', laid 5| inches to
the weather. Lay shingles on|x 4-inch surfaced shingling
strips, spaced 3 inches apart. Flat roofs, where shown, shall
be sheathed with £ x 10-inch surfaced boards, closely driven
up and face nailed and covered with flat seam tin roof out of
I. C. 14 x 20-inch sheets, carrying 30 pounds coating per box.

Lay valleys with same weight tin as specified for roofing,
14 inches' wide. Flash against flues and where roof joins
vertical walls with tin flashings, and leave secure from leaks.

All tin shall be painted one coat of graphite, or iron oxide
and linseed oil paint, on underside, before it is laid.

OUTSIDE FINISH.

All outside finish should be No. 1 thoroughly seasoned long
leaf pine.

WINDOWS AND DOOR FRAMES.

All windows shall have frames with -J-inch pulley stiles,
fitted with best 2-inch steel sash pullies, 1^ x 4|-inch outside
casings, lf-inch sill and f-inch subsill. Sash shall be If
inches thick, hung with best quality braided sash cord to
cast-iron weights of a size to properly balance sash.

Windows in school rooms shall have transoms. Set slat
ventilators and sash for gables and dormers where shown.
Door frames shall have If -inch jambs, rebated to receive
doors. Outside doors to have 1£ x 4^-inch outside casing, lf-
inch heart pine sills. Vestibule and school room doors' to have
transoms. For size of windows and transoms, see floor plans.

WEATHERBOARDING AND BUILDING PAPER.

Cover the exterior walls of the building with No. 1 re-
sawed pine weatherboarding, 5-J inches' wide, laid 4-J inches
to the weather.

Lay under weatherboarding one thickness of water-proof
building paper.



Superintendent. of Public Instruction. 455

porches and tower.

Furnish and set all columns, pilasters, railing, balusters,
brackets, etc., etc., as shown on drawings. Porch floors' shall
lie 5-4 x 3 inches No. 1 heart pine, laid in full lengths, closely
driven up and blind nailed. The porches shall be ceiled
overhead with § x 3-inch double beaded ceiling, with 1^-inch
scotia in angles.

The entrance steps shall be built of three 1^ x 4^-inch
heart pine strips, spaced \ inch apart for treads, f x T^-inch
risers, supported on two-inch heart pine carriages, spaced
two feet on centers.

FINISHED FLOORS.

The finished floors thoughout shall be £ x 2-J-inch No. 1
long leaf pine, closely driven up and blind nailed. All head
joints and uneven places shall be dressed smooth as soon as
laid.

Lav between subfloor and finished floor one thickness of
deadening felt, weighing not less than six square feet to the
pound. Finished floors shall not be laid until plastering is
thoroughly dry.

INTERIOR FINISH.

All stock for interior finish shall be No. 1 thoroughly sea-
soned bright long leaf pine, fashioned accurately according
to the detail drawings furnished for same, put in place in a
neat and workmanlike manner. All finish shall be properly
cleaned up before it is fixed in position.

DOORS.

All doors shall be of size and thickness shown on floor
plans, blind mortised and tenoned with flat cross panels.
Outside doors shall be flush moulded, inside doors O. G. edge.

WAINSCOTING AND CASINGS.

The school rooms, vestibules and halls shall be wainscoted
3 feet 6 inches high, with worked wainscoting cap and base.



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Case up all openings with the finish detailed for same. Win-
dows to have moulded stool and apron. All stools, aprons
and mouldings to be mitered and returned to wall line at ends.

Prepare walls to receive blackboards in the positions indi-
cated, and put up moulded chalk rail and cap moulding after
boards are set.

Cut down half round thresholds of hard pine for each door
opening. Cut mitered borders around all stair well openings.
Place base knobs with rubber tips for each door opening, also
wood angle beads for all plastered corners.

STAIRWAY.

Build stairway for two-story building as shown by detail
drawings. Set newels, hand rail and balusters and ceil soffits
with narrow beaded ceiling. Treads shall be strongly sup-
ported on 2-inch plank carriages.

LUNCH CUPBOARD.

Build for each coat room one lunch cupboard with paneled
doors and shelves*, spaced as may be directed. Doors shall
be hung on loose pin butts and provided with good quality
mortise knob lock with three keys.

teacher's platform.

Build and place for each school room one movable plat-
form, -1 feet 6 inches wide by 6 feet long and 8 inches high.
Tup shall be floored sa'me as specified for school rooms', with
dressed riser, nosing and scotia at face.

SLIDING PARTITIONS.

Whore sliding partitions are shown, they shall be built
with frame If inches' thick, mortised and tenoned together
with panels filled in with double-faced and beaded ceiling.
Partitions shall be hung with chain and weights to slide into
pocket overhead. The lower panel shall lie arranged to receive
c>m position blackboards.



Superintendent of Public Instruction. 457
hardware.

Furnish and fix in place for single doors good quality 3^-
inch mortise knob locks, with 2^-inch knobs, 2^ x 7-J-inch
rose and escutcheon. For outside doors, good quality cylin-
der mortise knob lock, three keys. Doors shall be hung on
loose pin steel butts, of a size to throw door clear of finish.
Doors seven feet high and over shall have three butts. Tran-
soms' shall be hinged at bottom with loose pin butts, and pro-
vided with suitable transom workers. Sash shall have one
steel sash lock and two finger lifts, each window. All trim
hardware shall be Bower BarfT finish.

Furnish and set for vent flue one 12-inch by 12-inch Ja-
panned iron register, and for fresh air inlet opening in foun-
dation wall, one heavy wire guard of ISTo. 12 wire, one-inch
mesh, channel iron frame.

Furnish and fix in place in each coat room eight dozen
Japanned wardrobe hooks.

painting.

Properly prepare all woodwork for painting. Sandpaper
smooth all rough surfaces. Putty up all nail holes and other
defects. Prime all exterior woodwork as soon as put in place,
with body color thinned with pure linseed oil. Provided,
however, that no woodwork shall be primed or painted while
damp, or during damp or rainy weather. Paint the exterior
of the building two coats (in addition to priming coat) of
pure white lead, white zinc and lins'eed oil paints, in such col-
ors as may be selected. Paint all tin work two coats of best
graphite or iron oxide paints.

Give the interior finish one coat of liquid filler and two
coats of best rubbing varnish or hard oil, each coat, except the
last, to be cut with ISTo. 00 sand paper before the following
coat is applied.



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glazing.



Prime the sash before glazing. All glass shall be properly
bedded, sprigged, back-puttied and left whole and sound on
completion of the work. Glaze the sash throughout with A
quality double strength sheet glass.

These specifications do not include blackboards or heater.



The quantities called for in the following bills' of material
are (unless otherwise mentioned) based on the construction
shown by the working plans and details, and any variation
from this construction will change the quantities required.

See accompanying specifications for kind and quality of
all materials'.

BILL OF MATERIAL FOR ROOM A, PLAN No. 1, WITHOUT
TOWER, SMALL ROOF VENTILATOR OR PORCH.

For 9-inch foundation walls, vent and smoke flues for rooms A
and B —

10,400 brick.
10 barrels lime.
10 yards sand.

If 13-inch piers are used in place of 9-inch walls for foundation and
only vent and smoke flues for room A built, deduct from the above —
5,200 brick.
5 barrels lime.
5 yards sand.

For plastering side walls and ceilings in class-room and vestibule —

4,000 lath.

8 barrels lime.

4 yards sands.

5 bushels hair.

1 wire guard (for fresh air duct), 12 inches by 14 inches.
1 Japanned iron register (for vent flue), 12 inches by 12 inches.
1 sheet iron stove thimble.

204 lineal feet, 6 inches by 12 inches for sills and girders.
52 pieces, 2 inches by 12 inches by 14 feet, first floor joists.
8 pieces, 2 inches by 12 inches by 17 feet, first floor joists.
170 lineal feet 1% inches by 3 inches, joist bearer on sills and
girders.



Superintendent of Public Instruction. 459

290 lineal feet, 1 inch by 4 inch, bridging.

120 pieces, 2 inches by 6 inches by 13 feet, outside studding.

44 pieces, 2 inches by 6 inches by 10 feet, outside studding.

22 pieces, 2 inches by 4 inches by 12 feet, gable studding.

420 lineal feet, 2 inches by 6 inches, for wall plates.

28 pieces, 2 inches by 6 inches by 27 feet, ceiling joists.

8 pieces, 2 inches by 6 inches by 17 feet, ceiling joists.

36 pieces, 2 inches by 6 inches by 20 feet, rafters.

12 pieces, 2 inches by 6 inches by 12 feet, rafters.

26 pieces, 1% inches by 8 inches by 14 feet, king posts and struts
for main roof.

52 pieces, iy 2 inches by 6 inches by 10 feet, king posts and struts
for main roof.

3,000 feet, % inch, surfaced sheathing.

1,200 feet, 1 inch by 4 inch, surfaced shingling strips.

400 lineal feet, % inch by 2 inch, grounds.

8 pieces, 1% inch by 4% inches by 14 feet, corner casings.

4 pieces, 1% inch by 4% inches by 11 feet, corner casings.

80 lineal feet, 1% inch, quarter round.

2 angle beads, 1% inch by 1% inch by 11 feet.

2,375 feet, 5% inch, resawed weatherboarding.

4 rolls, 2,000 square feet, water-proof building paper.

140 lineal feet water table.

28 pieces, % inch by 12 inches by 14 feet, for gables.

400 lineal feet, % inch by 2 inch, O. G. battens for gables.

190 lineal feet, each member main cornice.

70 lineal feet, each member, coat-room and vestibule cornice.

12 pieces, 1% inch by 4% inches by 10 feet, for outside steps.

4 pieces, % inch by 7% inches by 10 feet, for outside steps.

1 piece, 2 inches by 14 inches by 12 feet, for outside steps.

15,000 shingles.

1,200 feet, % inch by 2% inch, flooring.

6 class-room window (with transoms) frames, sash, glass and trim.

1 coat-room window frame, sash, glass and trim.

1 vestibule window frame, sash, glass and trim.

2 gable slat ventilators.

1 outside double entrance door frame (with transom), door and
one side trim.

1 class-room door frame (with transom), door and two sides trim.

2 coat-room door frames, doors and 2 sides trim.

1 teacher's cupboard, door frame, door and one side trim. (See
floor plans for size of doors and windows.)

560 feet, % inch by 3 inch, ceiling for coat-room.

150 lineal feet, % inch, quarter round.

128 lineal feet wainscoting, cut 2 feet 10 inches long.



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128 lineal feet, 8 inches base.
128 lineal feet, base moulding.

128 lineal feet, moulded cap. (See details for style.)
40 feet flooring.

16 lineal feet, % inch by 7 inches, rise and scotia for teacher's plat-
form.
40 lineal feet chalk trough and cap for blackboard.
1 cylinder mortise knob lock, three keys, top and bottom bolt,
3 pair butts for outside doors.

3 mortise knob locks, 4% pair butts, for inside doors.
1 small mortise knob lock,

1 pair butts for teacher's cupboard.

7 pairs butts for transoms.
1 1-3 dozen sash lifts.

8-12 dozen sash locks, 7-12 dozen transom workers.

8 dozen wardrobe hooks.

Sash, weights and cord for eight windows.

BILL OF MATERIAL FOR ROOM B, PLAN No. 1.

Note. — In this bill no allowance is made for old material saved in
making the additions. Deduct amount saved.

For 9-inch foundation walls —
5,800 brick.
6 barrels lime.
6 yards sand.

If piers are used deduct —
4,000 brick.

4 barrels lime.
4 yards sand.

For plastering side walls and ceilings in class-room and vestibule —

4,000 lath.

8 barrels lime.

4 yards sand.

5 bushels hair.

1 wire guard (for fresh air inlet), 12 inches by 14 inches.

1 Japanned iron register (for vent flue), 12 inches by 12 inches.

1 sheet iron thimble.

130 lineal feet, 6 inches by 12 inches, for sills and girders.

52 pieces, 2 inches by 12 inches by 14 feet, first floor joists.

8 pieces, 2 inches by 12 inches by 17 feet, first floor joists.

170 lineal feet, iy 2 inch by 3 inch, joist bearer.

290 lineal feet, 1 inch by 4 inch, bridging.

94 pieces, 2 inches by 6 inches by 13 feet, outside studding.

36 pieces, 2 inches by 6 inches by 10 feet, outside studding.



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12 pieces, 2 inches by 4 inches by 12 feet, gable studding.

260 lineal feet, 2 inches by 6 inches, for wall plates.

28 pieces, 2 inches by 6 inches by 27 feet, ceiling joists.

8 pieces, 2 inches by 6 inches by 17 feet, ceiling joists.

48 pieces, 2 inches by 6 inches by 20 feet, rafters.

12 pieces, 2 inches by 6 inches by 12 feet, rafters.

26 pieces, IV2 inch by 8 inches by 14 feet, king posts and struts for
main roof.

52 pieces, iy 2 inch by 6 inches by 10 feet, king posts and struts for
main roof.

2,450 feet surfaced sheathing.

1,500 feet, 1 inch by 4 inch, surfaced shingling strips.

400 lineal feet, ~/a inc h by 2 inch, grounds.

4 pieces, 1*4 inch by 4 1 /2 inches by 14 feet, corner casings.

2 pieces, iy± inch by 4 x /2 inches by 11 feet, corner casings.
70 lineal feet quarter round.

1 angle bead, l 1 /^ inch by 1% inch by 11 feet.
1,800 feet, 5% inch, resawed weatherboarding.

3 rolls, 1,500 square feet, water-proof building paper.
110 lineal feet water table.

14 pieces, % inch by 12 inches by 14 feet, for gables.

200 lineal feet, % inch by 2 inches, O. G. battens, for gables.

120 lineal feet, each member, main cornice.

60 lineal feet, each member, coat-room and vestibule cornice.

12 pieces, 1*4 inch by 4y 2 inches by 10 feet, for outside steps.

4 pieces, % inch by 7% inches by 10 feet, for outside steps.
1 piece, 2 inches by 14 inches by 12 feet, for outside steps.
13,500 shingles, 72 lineal feet, 14 inches, valley tin.

1,200 feet, % inch by 2% inch, flooring.

6 class-room window (with transoms) frames, sash, glass and
trim.

1 coat-room window, frame, sash, glass and trim.
1 vestibule window, frame, sash, glass and trim.
1 gable slat ventilator.
Weights and cord for eight windows.

1 outside double entrance door frame (with transom), doors and
»ne side trim.

2 class-room door frames (with transom), door and 2 sides trim.
2 coat-room door frames, doors and 2 sides trim.

1 teacher's cupboard, door frame and 1 side trim.
(See floor plans for size of doors and windows.)
560 feet, % inch by 3 inch, ceiling for coat-room.
150 lineal feet, % inch, quarter round.
128 lineal feet wainscoting, cut 2 feet 10 inches long.
128 lineal feet, 8-inch base.



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128 lineal feet base moulding.
128 lineal feet moulded cap.
(See details for styles.)
40 feet flooring.

16 lineal feet, % inch by 7 inch, riser and scotia for teacher's
platform.

40 lineal feet chalk trough and cap for blackboard.

1 cylinder mortise knob lock, three keys, top and bottom bolt,

3 pairs butts for outside floors.

4 mortise knob locks,

6 pairs butts for inside doors.

7 pairs butts for transoms.

1 small mortise knob lock, 1 pair butts for teacher's cupboard.

1 1-3 dozen sash lifts.

8% dozen sash locks, 7 transom workers.

8 dozen wardrobe hooks.

BILL OF MATERIAL FOR THREE-ROOM SCHOOL BUILDING,

PLAN No. 2.

For 9-inch foundation walls —
18,000 brick.
18 barrels lime.
18 yards sand.

If 13-inch brick piers are used in place of 9-inch walls for founda-
tion, deduct —
7,000 brick.
7 barrels lime.
7 yards sand.

For plastering side walls and ceilings in class-rooms and vesti-
bule —

13,000 lath.

28 barrels lime.

12 yards sand.

20 bushels hair.

3 wire guards (for fresh air ducts), 12 inches by 14 inches.

3 Japanned iron registers (for vent flues), 12 inches by 12 inches.

3 sheet-iron thimbles.

350 lineal feet, 6 inches by 12 inches, for sills and girders.

92 pieces, 2 inches by 12 inches by 14 feet, first floor joists.

70 pieces, 2 inches by 12 inches by 13 feet, first floor joists.

400 lineal feet, 1% inch by 3 inch, joist bearer.

750 lineal feet, 1 inch by 4 inch, bridging.

250 pieces, 2 inches by 6 inches by 13 feet, outside and partition
studding.



Superintendent of Public Instruction. 463

130 pieces, 2 inches by 6 inches by 10 feet, outside and partition
studding.

750 lineal feet, 2 inches by 6 inches, for plates.

46 pieces, 2 inches by 6 inches by 27 feet, ceiling joists.

20 pieces, 2 inches by 6 inches by 25 feet 6 inches, ceiling joists.

30 pieces, 2 inches by 6 inches by 13 feet, ceiling joists.

8 pieces, 2 inches by 8 inches by 26 feet, rafters.

70 pieces, 2 inches by 6 inches by 20 feet, rafters.

36 pieces, 2 inches by 6 inches by 18 feet, rafters.

24 pieces, 2 inches by 6 inches by 14 feet, rafters.

58 pieces, iy 2 inch by 8 inches by 12 feet, king posts and struts for
main roof.

116 pieces, iy 2 inch by 6 inches by 10 feet, king posts and struts for
main roof.

6,500 feet, % inch, surfaced sheathing.

2,400 feet, 1 inch by 4 inch, surfaced shingling strips.

26,000 shingles.

1,000 lineal feet, % inch by 2 inch, grounds.

48 lineal feet valley tin, 14 inches wide.

5% squares tin roof.

8 pieces, l 1 /^ inch by 4^ inches by 14 feet, corner casings.

4 pieces, 1*4 inch by 4% inches by 11 feet, corner casings.

8 pieces, 1% inch by 1% inch by 10 feet, angle beads.

60 lineal feet, l 1 ^, quarter round.

4 built-up pilasters, for front entrance.

2 caps for front entrance.

4,200 feet, 5^ inch, resawed weatherboarding.

6 rolls, 3,000 square feet, water-proof building paper.

224 lineal feet water table.

240 lineal feet, each member, main cornice.

70 lineal feet, each member, coat-room and vestibule cornice.

24 pieces, 1% inch by 4 inches by 8 feet, for outside steps.

6 pieces, 1% inch by 7% inches by 8 feet, for outside steps.

2 pieces, 2 inches by 14 inches by 12 feet, for outside steps.

3.000 feet, % inch by 2% inch, flooring.

100 feet, 5-4 inch by 3 inch, flooring for porches.

15 class-room window (with transom) frames, sash, glass and trim.

2 coat-room window frames, sash, glass and trim.

2 outside double entrance door frames (with transom), doors and
1 side trim.

2 class-room door frames (with transom), doors and 2 sides trim.

4 coat-room door frames, doors and 2 sides trim.

2 lunch closets complete, with doors and shelves.

(See floor plans for size of doors and windows.)

2 sets sliding partitions between class-rooms with pulleys, chain
and weights complete.



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1,250 feet, % inch by 3 inch, beaded ceiling, for coat-rooms.

150 lineal feet, % inch, quarter round.

300 lineal feet wainscoting, cut 2 feet 8 inches long.

300 lineal feet base and base moulding.

300 lineal feet moulded cap.

(See details for style.)

120 feet flooring, for teachers' platforms.

50 feet, "s inch by 7 inches, riser and scotia. for teachers' plat-
forms.

120 lineal feet, chalk trough and cap for blackboards.

2 cylinder mortise knob locks, three keys, top and bottom bolts,
6 pairs butts for outside doors.

8 mortise knob locks, 12 pairs butts for inside doors.

4 pairs butts, two small mortise knob locks and bolts for lunch
closets.

20 pairs butts for transoms.

2 10-12 dozen sash lifts.

1 5-12 dozen sash locks.

20 transom workers.

16 dozen wardrobe hooks.

Sash, weights and cord for eighteen windows.

BILL OF MATERIAL FOR ROOM A, PLaN No. 3.

For 9-inch foundation walls, vent and smoke flues for rooms A
and B —

10,000 brick.

10 barrels lime.

10 yards sand.

If 13-inch piers are used in place of 9-inch walls for foundation, de-
duct —

4,000 brick.

4 barrels lime.

4 yards sand.

For plastering side walls and ceilings in class-rooms and vesti-
bule —

4,000 lath.

9 barrels lime.

4 yards sand.

5 bushels hair.

1 wire guard for fresh air duct, 12 inches by 14 inches.

1 Japanned iron register for vent flue, 12 inches by 12 inches.

1 sheet-iron stove thimble.

170 lineal feet, 6 inches by 12 inches, for sills and girders.



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26 pieces, 2 inches by 12 inches by 16 feet, first floor joists.

26 pieces, 2 inches by 12 inches by 18 feet, first floor joists.

128 lineal feet, 1M> inch by 3 inch, joist bearer.

160 lineal feet, 1 inch by 4 inch, bridging.

168 pieces, 2 inches by 6 inches by 13 feet, outside and partition
studding.

340 lineal feet, 2 inches by 6 inches, for plates.

26 pieces, 2 inches by 6 inches by 33 feet 6 inches, ceiling joists.

4 pieces, 2 inches by 8 inches by 28 feet, rafters.

36 pieces, 2 inches by 6 inches by 24 feet, rafters.

18 pieces, 1VL> inch by 8 inches by 14 feet, king posts and struts for
main roof.

36 pieces, 1% inch by 6 inches by 10 feet, king posts and struts for
main roof.

2,800 feet, T / s inch, surfaced sheathing.

1,100 feet, 1 inch by 4 inch, surfaced shingling strips.

380 lineal feet, % inch by 2 inches, grounds.

8 pieces, l\i inch by 4% inches by 14 feet, corner casings.

60 lineal feet, 1% inch, quarter round.

2,300 feet, 5V& inch, resawed weatherboarding.

4 rolls, 2,000 square feet, water-proof building paper.
132 lineal feet water table.

140 lineal feet, each member, cornice.

192 lineal feet, l 1 ^ inch by 4 inch, for outside steps.

60 lineal feet, % inch by 7% inches, for outside steps.

2 lineal feet, 2 inches by 14 inches by 12 feet, for outside steps..

1 hood, two brackets, for entrance.

12,500 shingles.

1,250 feet, % inch by 2% inch, flooring.

5 class-room window (with transom) frames, sash, glass and trim.
1 coat-room window frame, sash, glass and trim.

1 vestibule window frame, sash, glass and trim.
1 outside double entrance door (with transom), frame doors, and
1 side trim.

1 class-room door (with transom) frame, doors ana 2 sides trim.

2 coat-room door frames, door and 2 sides trim.
1 lunch closet complete, with doors and shelves.
(See floor plans for size of doors and windows.)
800 feet, % inch by 3 inch, ceiling for coat-room.
100 lineal feet, % inch, quarter round.

146 lineal feet wainscoting, cut 2 feet 8 inches long.
146 lineal feet base.
146 lineal feet, base moulding.
146 lineal feet, moulded cap.
(See details for style.)
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40 feet flooring, for teacher's platform.

16 lineal feet, % inch by 7 inches, riser and scotia, for teacher's
platform.

40 lineal feet, chalk trough and cap for blackboards.

1 cylinder mortise knob lock, 3 keys, top and bottom bolt,

3 pairs butts for outside doors.

3 mortise knob locks,

Ay 2 pairs butts for inside doors.

7 pairs butts for transoms.

1 small mortise knob lock with bolts,

2 pairs butts for lunch closet.
1 2-12 dozen sash lifts.

7-12 dozen sash locks.

7-12 dozen transom workers.

8 dozen wardrobe hooks.

Sash, weights and cord for seven windows.

BILL OF MATERIAL FOR ROOM B, PLAN No. 3.

For 9-inch foundation walls —
4,800 brick.
5 barrels lime.
5 yards sand.

If 13-inch brick piers are used for foundation, deduct —
2,800 brick.

3 barrels lime.

3 yards sand.

For plastering side walls and ceilings in class-room and vesti-
bule —

3,500 lath.

8 barrels lime.

4 yards sand.

5 bushels hair.

1 wire guard for fresh air duct, 12 inches by 14 incnes.

One Japanned iron register for vent flue, 12 inches by 12 inches.

1 sheet-iron thimble.

124 lineal feet, 6 inches by 12 inches, for sills and girders.



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