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Volumes 1 (1976/77) - Volume 20 (1995-1996)

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5
Part 6
Part 7
Part 8
A-B
C-D
E-F-G
H-I-J
K-L-M-N-O
P-Q-R
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For a listing by Author, please see the Author's Index

A: Accessories to Awls

20th Century (Furniture & Accessories)

  • arm chair, contemporary cottage: 10:2 (6)
  • arm chair, (c. 1950): 4:1 (32-35)
  • arm chair, overstuffed (c. 1960s): 12:3 (8-10)
  • arm chair, upholstered (Ethan Allen, c. 1976): 10:3 (21-25)
  • Arrow Spindle Bed, Ethan Allen (c. 1974): 15:4 (25-29)
  • baby's crib (20th C): 18:1 (11-14)
  • bathtub, American Standard (c. 1930): 8:3 (30, 32-33)
  • bathtub, bench (Kohler, c. 1940): 8:5 (22-23)
  • bedside breakfast table (20th C. Chippendale, c. 1900-1920): 20:1 (20-24)
  • bed stand, Cushman (c. 1941): 12:1 (10-11)
  • bed stand, Haywood-Wakefield (c. 1949): 7:4 (30,32)
  • bed stand, Mission Oak (Stickley, c. 1910, Half Inch): 14:1 (27-28)
  • bed, carved, contemporary Chippendale (c. 20th C.): 19:2 (34-42)
  • bed, combination folding (c. 1900): 4:4 (4-16)
  • bed, headboard, bamboo (c. 1960): 1:3 (42-45)
  • bed, Mission Oak (Stickley, c. 1910, half inch): 14:1 (26-27)
  • bed, Murphy (c. 1920's): 13:3 (17-21)
  • bed, panel, Cushman (c. 1941): 12:1 (9-10)
  • bed, panel, Haywood Wakefield (c. 1949): 7:4 (37-38)
  • bedside cabinet (Contemporary Chippendale, 20th C.): 11:4 (33-36)
  • bench, phone and stand (c. 1940s): 14:1 (37-39)
  • book trough (c. 1930's): 15:4 (37,44)
  • bookcase, built-in: 3:4 (14-15)
  • bookcase, contemporary: 3:3 (43-51); (half inch) 11:1 (10-13)
  • breakfast nook trestle table and benches (c. 1920's): 15:2 (42-45)
  • breakfast set, Sears and Roebuck, c. 1930: 9:1 (14-20)
  • cabinet, built-in kitchen: 2:1 (48,52)
  • cabinet, French Art Nouveau (c.1900): 14:3 (31-37)
  • cabinet, garden shed: 9:2 (14-17)
  • cabinet, Hoosier: 7:4 (40-49)
  • cabinet, kitchen (c. 1980s): 8:6 (4-11)
  • cabinet, liquor (c. 20th C.): 13:4 (25-29)
  • ceiling fan, Casablanca w/ built-in motor: 8:1 (18-23)
  • ceiling fan, working: (Part 1) 11:2 (44-48); (Part 2) 11:3 (38-44)
  • ceiling fan, working: 7:3 (29-35)
  • Celandine Tea Table (Stickley Arts Nouveau c. 1900): 15:4 (6-10)
  • chair, Adirondack: 1:4 (30-31)
  • chair, Chicago (c. 1987): 13:4 (39-42)
  • chair, folding (Wegner, c. 1949): 1:1 (11-13)
  • chair, folding deck: 1:4 (32)
  • chair, Modern low (c. 1929, half inch): 11:4 (30-31)
  • chair, Paris hall: 13:1 (36-39,33)
  • chair, swivel (c. 1929, half inch): 11:1 (14-16)
  • chair, upholstered (Modern, c. 1929, half inch): 11:4 (31-32)
  • chair, upholstered wing (c. 1950): 3:3 (6-12)
  • chaise lounge, French Provincial (c. 1920s): 7:2 (46-52)
  • chest-on-chest, Cushman (c. 1941): 12:1 (6-8,10)
  • Christmas tree, artificial, Wards (c. 1929): 8:1 (8-10)
  • clavichord dolce, Sabathil (c. 1990): 15:1 (12-20)
  • clothes wringer, Sears, Roebuck (c. 1900): 6:4 (25-26)
  • commode, modern: 3:2 (22-26)
  • corner chair, outdoor (c. 1984): 15:1 (44-45)
  • cradle, “Three Bears” (Wards, 1929): 8:1 (10-11)
  • craftsman magazine cabinet, Stickley (c. 1910): 15:4 (21-23)
  • davenport/billiard table (c. 1900): 3:2 (4-10)
  • desk, French lady's (c. 1900): 8:4 (20-24)
  • desk, slant top on frame, Chippendale (c. 1730-1750): 16:1 (41-46)
  • desk, Weiman (c. 1950s): 9:3 (35-38)
  • dining room suite (Sears Tudor. 1927): 18:3 (5-19)
  • dollhouse, fiberboard (c. 1938): 6:1 (23-28, plus insert)
  • dresser bench, Cushman (c. 1941): 12:1 (14)
  • dresser, Cushman (c. 1941): 12:1 (11-13)
  • entertainment center (c. 1960s): 12:3 (6-8)
  • folding chair, doll's (c.1900): 6:1 (18-20)
  • furnace, hot air central air (Wards, c. 1922): 12:3 (17-23)
  • hanging book shelf, Stickley (c. 1905): 15:4 (19-20)
  • high chair, Sears (c. 1927): 15:1 (41-43,48)
  • library arm chair, Stickley (c. 1905): 15:4 (11-16)
  • library table, Stickley, ( c. 1905): 15:4 (10, 17-19)
  • love seat, contemporary Cottage: 10:2 (6)
  • magazine table (c. 1930's): 15:4 (36-37)
  • one-drawer commode, Ethan Allen (c. 1974): 15:4 (29-30)
  • ottoman (c. 1950): 3:3 (6-12)
  • patio furniture plastic pipe: 2:4 (54-55)
  • pedal car, Wards (c. 1914): 3:1 (37-44)
  • phone stand and bench, Mission (c. 1900): 15:1 (46-48)
  • play pen (20th C): 18:1 (14-15)
  • popcorn popper: 4:2 (24-28)
  • porch swing, flat woven: 1:4 (24-39)
  • range, gas, transitional (c. 1915): 13:2 (10-18)
  • range, kitchen (Sears Roebuck, c. 1905): i:3 (47-53)
  • record changer, V-M (c.1949): 6:3 (33-34)
  • refrigerator (c. 1980s): 8:6 (7-9)
  • refrigerator, monitor-top (c. 1931): 11:3 (8-18)
  • rolling cart (c. 1920-1940): 15:4 (34-36)
  • server, Sears breakfast (c. 1930s): 9:1 (19-20)
  • side chair, cathedral style (c. 1930): 9:1 (17-20)
  • side chair, Danish Modern (c. 1979): 5:4 (40-45)
  • side chair, Modern (half inch): 9:4 (38)
  • side chair, Turn-of-the-Century oak (half inch): 13:2 (37-39)
  • sideboard, Danish Modern (c. 1979): 6:1 (15-17)
  • sideboard, Modern (half inch): 9:4 (39)
  • sink (lavatory), American Standard (c. 1930): 8:3 (30, 33-35)
  • sink, double (c. 1980s): 8:6 (5-7)
  • sink (lavatory), Kohler (c. 1940): 8:5 (22-23)
  • sofa , oak (c. 1950): 4:1 (32-35)
  • sofa Tuxedo (20th C.): 2:4 (26-31)
  • sofa, Early American (c. 1950): 3:3 (6-10)
  • sofa, overstuffed (half inch, c. 1960s): 12:3 (10-12)
  • stool, kitchen utility (c. 1930s): 9:1 (21-22)
  • stove, Acme pot bellied (c. 1900): 6:2 (14-16)
  • stove, drop-in (c. 1980s): 8:6 (9-11)
  • stove, high-oven gas (c. 1925): 11:4 (37-45)
  • stove, Windsor fireless cooker (Wards, c. 1920): 12:2 (25-32)
  • stove/oven (Wards Blue Line, c. 1929): 13:3 (12-17)
  • swing, lawn stand: 1:4 (26)
  • table, breakfast, dropleaf (Sears Roebuck c. 1930): 9:1 (14-18)
  • table, butler's: 14:2 (23-24)
  • table, butterfly dropleaf (c. 1920's): 13:3 (22-23)
  • table, coffee (1940s Federal): 6:4 (48-50)
  • table, coffee (Queen Anne Style, 20th C.): 12:4 (36-38)
  • table, coffee, round, Modern (c. 1929, half inch): 11:4 (30-31)
  • table, console, with benches (c. 1990): 14:2 (43-48)
  • table, Danish Modern (c. 1979): 5:4 (40-45)
  • table, end, (1940's Federal): 6:4 (48-49)
  • table, end, book trough (c. 1920's): 13:3 (47-48)
  • table, foyer (c.1990): 14:2 (43-48)
  • table, kitchen utility: 1:4 (47-48)
  • table, oak coffee: 4:1 (26-28)
  • table, ornamental (Golden Oak, c. 1900): 16:1 (37-40)
  • table, Parsons: 1:2 (17-19)
  • table, pedestal dining room (modern): 9:4 (37)
  • table, pedestal extension, Empire (c. 1910): 7:1 (36-44)
  • table, Regency-Style double gateleg dropleaf (c. 1920's): 13:1 (40-48)
  • table, tea. Garden (contemporary cottage): 10:2 (8)
  • television antenna (c. 1949): 6:3 (33-34)
  • television stand (c. 1949): 6:3 (34-35)
  • television, Stewart-Warner Custom Deluxe (c. 1949): 6:3 (29-33)
  • toilet (stool), Case & Sons (c. 1940): 8:5 (22,24)
  • toilet (water closet), American Standard (c. 1930): 8:3 (29-30,31)
  • train, operating tintype (c. 1920s): 6:1 (29-43)
  • vanity bench, Haywood Wakefield: 7:4 (36-37)
  • vanity dresser & bench, child-size (Wards, c. 1929): 8:1 (6-8)
  • vanity, Haywood Wakefield: 7:4 (30-36)
  • washing machine, Wards' Water Queen (c. 1925): 15:3 (5-16)

Accessories

  • andiron (16th C): 10:4 (47)
  • andiron (17th-18th C): 10:4 (48)
  • bases for: 6:4 (19-20)
  • billiard rack, contemporary: 17:1 (44)
  • bird cage and stand, Victorian: 8:5 (4-8)
  • broom (tired) and dustpan: 13:2 (23)
  • butter paddle: 19:2 (42)
  • candle holders, Shaker: 16:1 (36,40)
  • candle shelf, Colonial: 8:1 (11)
  • candlestand (c. 17th C): ECK (35-36)
  • candle stand, ratchet, Colonial: 8:6 (12-13)
  • corner cabinet, bow front: 17:4 (45-47)
  • corner what-not: 17:4 (44-45)
  • cream separator, Wards (c. 1922): 17:1 (25-31, 48)
  • curio shelf: 19:2 (45-46)
  • dart board and cabinet: 17:2 (37-39)
  • easel, parlor (Late Victorian): 13:3 (iii)
  • fireirons: 10:4 (48)
  • fireplace fixtures (Tudor, c. 16th C): ECK (36-37, 40)
  • found objects, use of: 6:4 (51-52)
  • gumball machine (c. 1930): 9:4 (19-25)
  • hand pump: 9:1 (35-42)
  • hanging bookshelf, Stickley (c. 1905): 15:4 (19-20)
  • hanging spool rack, Shaker: 16:3 (14-15)
  • infant walker-trainer: 17:2 (17-19)
  • kitchen clock shelf: 17:3 (47-48, C3)
  • lattice screen,: 6:1 (10-14)
  • magazine rack: 13:3 (47)
  • match safes: 11:1 (5-9)
  • cast iron with lid & removable slot (c. 1868) 11:1 (6-7)
  • F&G box-holding safe (c. 1900-1950). history of, 11:1 (5)
  • japanned tin kitchen model (c. 1902): 11:1 (7-8)
  • paper mache parlor model 11:1 (7-8)
  • plain cast iron, double compartment wall box (c.1864) 11:1 (6-7)
  • two-pocket wall model with half-daisy ornamentation, c. 1859. 11:1 (6-7)
  • matches, wooden: 11:1 (9)
  • mirror, Cushman (c. 1941): 12:1 (13-14)
  • niddy-noddy: 17:1 (48)
  • phonograph, Edison Cygnet Cylinder (c. 1907): 13:4 (30-38)
  • popcorn popper: 9:3 (31-34) pots: 7:1 (28)
  • reflector roasting oven (tin kitchen, Colonial): 19:2 (13-20)
  • sewing box: 13:4 (23,48)
  • soap saver (c. 1900): 10:2 (22-23)
  • soap saver (c. 1925-1940): 10:2 (20-22)
  • tavern shelf: 19:2 (43-44, 46)
  • vacuum cleaner, hand pumped (c. 1911): 10:1 (18-23)
  • vases: 7:1 (28) wall boxes: 17:2 (40-43)
  • wall shelves: 12:4 (21-22)
  • wall shelf, Southwest (c. 18th): 17:1 (38-40)
  • wire dish rack: 9:2 (40-44)
  • wood box (Shaker, Pleasant Hill, KY, 19th C.): 8:6 (14-17)
  • wood washtub and water bucket, Colonial: 8:5 (14-15)
  • working draw drapes: 17:2 (44-48) yard pump: 9:1 (35-42)

Affleck, Thomas Philadelphia Cabinetmaker (c. 1755-1795): 2:2 (4)

Allison, Michael: New York Cabinetmaker, (c. 1820s): 7:4 (16)

Aluminum

  • adhesive aluminum foil (see Autobody Patch) foil, use of: 6:3 (10-12)
  • sheeting, source of: 5:1 (1)

American Standard: (see, also, bathrooms)

  • bathtub, American Standard (c. 1930): 8:3 (30, 32-33)
  • toilet (water closet), American Standard (c. 1930): 8:3 (29-30,31)
  • sink (lavatory), American Standard (c. 1930): 8:3 (30, 33-35)

American Southwest

Southwestern American Roombox (c. 17th C): (Part 1) 16:2 (7-11); (Part 2) 16:3 (25-32, 44); (Part 3) 16:4 (43-49)

American Toy Company: 2:1 (7)

Appliances

  • clothes wringer (Sears, Roebuck, c. 1900): 6:4 (25-26)
  • cream separator, Wards (c. 1922): 17:1 (25-31, 48)
  • ice box (Realife): 1:4 (35-37)
  • furnace, hot air central air (Wards, c. 1922): (Part 1) 12:3 (17-23); (Part 2) 12:4 (29-35)
  • range, gas, Sears Elite (c. 1920's): 18:4 (42-48)
  • range, gas, transitional (c. 1915): (Part 1) 13:2 (10-18); (Part 2) 13:3 (29-34)
  • range, Sears Roebuck gas, c. 1930s (kitbash)
  • range, kitchen, Sears Roebuck (c. 1905): 8:3 (47-53)
  • range, kitchen (Realife): 1:4 (42-44)
  • refrigerator (c.1980s): 8:6 (7-9)
  • refrigerator, General Electric (c. 1930s, kitbash): 9:1 (6-9)
  • refrigerator, monitor top (c. 1931): 11:3 (8-18)
  • stove/oven, Blue Line (c. 1920's): 13:3 (12-17)
  • stove, drop-in (c. 1980s): 8:6 (9-11)
  • stove, Windsor fireless cooker (Wards, c.1920): 12:3 (25-32)
  • stove, Franklin fireplace: 6:3 (10-12)
  • stove, high-oven gas (c. 1925): 11:4 (37-45)
  • stove, pot bellied (Acme, c. 1900): 6:2 (14-16)
  • vacuum, Hoover "Model O" (c. 1908): 11:2 (25-29)
  • washing machine, Montgomery Wards Water Queen (c. 1925): 15:3 (5-16)

Architect's Scale, use of 2:1 (1-2)

Architecture (see, also: Projects, Architecture)

  • 1931 Dutch-Style House, floor plan & elevation: 2:3 (38-41)
  • access design: 7:2 (9-12)
  • access panels, use of: 7:3 (4-5)
  • board and batton exterior: 8:6 (30)
  • Charlton House (kitbash, Colonial): (Part 1) 4:3 (19-26); (Part 2) 4:4 (41-46); (Part 3) 5:2 (45-48)
  • Chimney pots, terra cotta: 11:2 (14-15)
  • Colonial, history of: 1:1 (28-31)
  • cornice design (c. 1796): 14:3 (16-18)
  • cornice, Graeme House (c. 1723): 17:4 (48, C3)
  • Cotswold Cottage (c. 1930): (Part 1) 10:4 (25-32 + insert); (Part 2) 11:1 (36-44); (Part 3) 11:2 (12-20)
  • distressing: 8:6 (29-31)
  • dollhouse hinge (access): 18:4 (3)
  • Federal Period Row House: 2:4 (4-17)
  • frame construction: 6:4 (37-35); 10:4 (26-30)
  • framing, rafter joints, common and primary: 9:2 (11)
  • gable peak ornaments: 11:1 (32)
  • “Green Window House” (19th C Kansas City, Victorian): 8:1 (25-33)
  • gutter/eaves details: 11:1 (30)
  • Italianate (Tuscan) Depot (1/4” scale): 9:3 (18-23+ Insert)
  • Italianate Row House (1/2” scale): (Part 1) 9:3 (7-13); (Part 2) 9:4 (10-18)
  • Italianate Victorian house, 1/4 scale (Kansas City, c. Late 19th C): 8:4 (25-30 + insert)
  • Late Georgian, architectural details (interior): 3:2 (28-41); 3:3 (32-42); 3:4 (8-16)
  • mansard roof, construction of: 7:3 (7-10)
  • porches, Victorian: 104 (5-11)
  • Shed, New England: 9:2 (7-13)
  • planning kit bashed: 3:1 (4-10)
  • problem of room size: 3:1 (6-7)
  • roofs, framing: 11:2 (16-20)
  • roof trim: 11:1 (29-350)
  • siding, stucco: 11:2 (20,23)
  • Store Building, Victorian (c. 1880-1900): (Part 1) 6:4 (29-37); 7:1 (29-35); 7:3 (4-10)
  • use of templates: 6:4 (34-35)
  • Victorian Italianate, introduction to: 9:3 (4-6)
  • Whitman House (Connecticut Colonial, c. 1660): 1:1 (27-43); 1:2 (42-57); 1:3 (17-28); 1:4 (3-19)
  • window, introduction and guide to: 12:1 (25-29, 47)
  • window, assembly: 12:1 (30-35)
  • window assembly: 12:1 (30-35,42)

Art Nouveau (see, also, Arts & Crafts)

  • cabinet, French Art Nouveau (c.1900): 14:3 (31-37)
  • cabinet, parlor , Wards (Art Nouveau, c. 1897): 1:2 (37-41); 14:3 (26-30)
  • Celandine Tea Table (Stickley, Art Nouveau c. 1900): 15:4 (6-10)
  • chair, rocker, Canadian Art Nouveau (c. 1890s): 9:1 (28-34)
  • history of: 14:3 (25)

Arts & Crafts (see also: Mission, Stickley, and Eastlake)

  • chair, Morris, Egyptian style (c. 1880): 6:4 (13-18)
  • craftsman magazine cabinet, Stickley (c. 1910): 15:4 (21-23)
  • door and window casing (c. 1880): 11:3 (5)
  • hanging book shelf, Stickley (c. 1905): 15:4 (19-20)
  • hat rack, Stickley (Tudor Rose Tea Room, Victoria,, c. 1900): 16:4 (19-22)
  • The Inglenook Room (c. 1910-1930): (Part 1) 20:1 (5-12); (Part 2) 20:2 (25-36)
  • introduction to: 14:1 (25-26); 15:4 (5-6)
  • library arm chair, Stickley (c. 1905): 15:4 (11-16)
  • library table, Stickley, ( c. 1905): 15:4 (10, 17-19)
  • mantle (c. 1880): 11:3 (6)
  • period room, interior design history (c. 1880): 11:3 (3-7)
  • phone stand and bench, Mission (c. 1900): 15:1 (46-48)
  • side chair, Greene & Greene (c. 1908): 16:2 (38-41)
  • side chair, Turn-of-the-Century oak (half inch): 13:2 (37-39)
  • table, extension, Turn-of-the-Century oak (half-inch): 13:2 (36-37)
  • umbrella stand, Mission (Tudor Rose Tea Room, Victoria,, c. 1900): 16:4 (22-24)

Awls, construction and use of: 11:3 (45-47)

B (Banisters to

Banisters, Balusters. and Stringers (see, also, Stairs and Staircases)

  • construction of: 3:1 (11-14)
  • cutting & fitting: 3:1 (11-14)
  • exterior balusters: 3:1 (13-14)
  • gluing jig: 3:1 (12-13)
  • interior balusters: 3:1 (11-13)
  • marking jig: 3:1 (11-12)
  • stair stringer gluing jig: 3:1 (12-13)

Bamboo,

  • simulated: 1:3 (44)

Banding (see laminating and veneer)

Bandsaw

  • baluster cutting 3:1 (12)
  • ripping lumber: 5:4 (8-9)

Bargello (see Needlework)

Basswood:

  • base for simulated hardwoods: 1:2 (12)
  • characteristics of: 1:2 (10-12)
  • finishing: 1:2 (10-12)
  • surface fiber: 1:2 (11-12)
  • upholstered pieces, use of in: 9:3 (25-30)
  • use of: 5:3 (28)

Bathrooms

  • bench bath, Kohler (c. 1940): 8:5 (22-23)
  • design changes, 20th Century: 8:3 (29-35)
  • folding bathtub and water heater, Montgomery Wards (c. 1895): 17:3 (15-20, 24)
  • history of hygiene: 2:2 (22-23)
  • history of: 2:2 (22-23)
  • lavatory (sink), American Standard ( c. 1930): 8:3 (30, 33-35)
  • lavatory (sink), Kohler (c. 1940): 8:5 (22-23)
  • stool, Case & Sons (c. 1940): 8:5 (22,24)
  • tub, American Standard (c. 1930): 8:3 (30, 32-33)
  • water closet, American Standard (c. 1930): 8:3 (29-31)

Beaded Board: 9:4 (12-13)

Beds

  • Arrow Spindle Bed, Ethan Allen (c. 1974): 15:4 (25-29)
  • baby's crib (20th C): 18:1 (11-14)
  • bamboo (Contemporary, caned): 1:3 (42-45)
  • bedstead, Cottage spool turned (c. 1860): 17:4 (6-13)
  • bed spread: 3:4 (6-7)
  • bed step, half inch (c. 1810): 6:3 (25-26)
  • bedding: 3:4 (4-7)
  • campaign bed, mahogany, John Durham (c. 1810): 15:1 (34-40,12)
  • canopy: 3:4 (7) canopy, Chippendale (c. 1770-1785): 7:3 (39-42)
  • carved, contemporary Chippendale (c. 20th C.): 19:2 (34-42)
  • combination folding bed (Montgomery Wards, c. 1875): 4:4 (4-16)
  • cradle, hooded, New England: 18:3 (31-32)
  • cradle, hooded, New Jersey: 18:3 (33-34)
  • cradle, Shaker (c. 1810-1830): 18:3 (30, 32)
  • dust ruffles: 3:4 (5-6)
  • folding suspension mechanism: 4:4 (13-16)
  • four-poster, modified (hired man's bed) (c. 1780): 5:2 (41-43)
  • four-poster, Colonial (plans only): 11:2 (31)
  • four post with trundle: 18:2 (40-48)
  • lattice: 6:1 (10-14)
  • Mission Oak bed frame (Stickley, c. 1910, half inch): 14:1 (26-27)
  • Murphy (c. 1920s): 13:3 (17-21)
  • panel, Cushman (c. 1941): 12:1 (9-10)
  • panel, Haywood Wakefield (c. 1949): 7:4 (36-38)
  • play pen (20th C): 18:1 (14-15)
  • rope: 2:1 (6) roping: 18:2 (47)
  • slaw (c. 1700) 1:2 (1-9)
  • spring, folding bed: 4:4 (14-15)
  • swinging cradle, Sheraton (c. 1810): 8:4 (18-19)

Beginner's Workbench /Notebook

  • Assembling a Square Carcase: 2:3 (42-45)
  • Basic Furniture with Hand Tools: (Part 1) 8:5 (16-21); (Part 2) 8:6 (18-24); (Part 3) 9:1 (23-27)
  • Building a Simple Bookcase: 3:3 (43-52)
  • club rocker, child's upholstered (c. 20th C): 18:1 (44-48)
  • Country Kitchen Cabinet: 3:4 (46-51)
  • Cross-Base Candlestand: 5:1 (40-42)
  • Danish Modern Sideboard (c. 1979): 6:1 (15-17)
  • Dollhouse Power Supplies: 9:4 (41-42)
  • Empire Painted Settee (c. 1840): 13:1 (13-20)
  • Fern Stand: 14:3 (21-22)
  • Introductory Guide to Tools: 9:4 (49-56)
  • Kitchen clock shelf: 17:3 (47-48, C3)
  • Mission Umbrella Rack: 16:4 (22-24)
  • Mitering with Hand Tools: 15:2 (36-41)
  • Modern Pedestal Desk: 10:4 (12-16)
  • Phone stand and bench, Mission (c. 1900): 15:1 (46-48)
  • Sharpening Carving Tools: 10:3 (51-55)
  • Simple Lathe Techniques: A Victorian Pedestal Table (Doris Victor): 4:2 (41-45)
  • Soldering, Introduction to: 9:2 (42-45)
  • Stickley Hat Rack: 16:4 (19-22)
  • Table Saw Blade and Fence Adjustment: 8:4 (13-17)
  • Table Saw Safety: 8:3 (12-16); 10:4 (35-39)
  • Thinking in Scale: 11:3 (35-37,44)
  • Transitional side chair, child's (Victorian, c. 1890): 18:1 (48, C3)
  • Wall boxes: 17:2 (40-43)
  • Window Assembly: Using Northeaster Scale's Window System Materials: 12:1 (30-35,42)
  • Wire Dish Rack: 9:2 (40-44)

Belt Grinder/Sander

  • construction of: 8:5 (36-42)
  • Bench Grinder
  • form tool grinding: 2:1 (48-49)
  • safety rules: 2:1 (27)
  • use of in tool bit production: 2:1 (26-28)

Bench Magnifier

construction and use of: 11:4 (46-48)

Bending

  • ammonia, use of: 9:1 (34); 9:4 (14)
  • basswood: 11:1 (15-16)
  • boiling: 1:1 (21); 16:1 (8,11)
  • bow backs: 17:2 (10-11)
  • chair back, Eastlake: 17:2 (10-11)
  • clamping jig, pharmacy bottle: 3:1 (36)
  • compound: 12:4 (18-20)
  • cushion blocks, use of: 17:3 (12-13)
  • drying: 12:2 (42)
  • fabric softener, use of: 17:3 (11)
  • front plates, use of can/glass as mold: 2:2 (24)
  • hardwoods: 12:2 (39-42)
  • introduction to: 16:3 (45-46); 17:3 (11-12)
  • laminate: 3:1 (35); 13:1 (22-23)
  • liquid fabric softener, use of: 16:3 (45)
  • loop back: 12:3 (33-38)
  • masking tape, use of: 17:3 (12,13)
  • molding jigs, bombe: 17:1 (20-21)
  • construction of: 12:2 (41-42);12:3 (31)
  • use of: 8:3 (36-38); 12:2 (41-42); 12:3 (31)
  • molds, compound, use of: 12:4 (18-19)
  • plasticizing wood: 12:2 (40)
  • preparation of stock: 12:2 (40)
  • rail, circular staircase: 9:4 (17)
  • rear chair legs: 8:3 (36)
  • seat frame, chair: 8:3 (38)
  • selection of stock: 12:2 (39-40)
  • splints: 13:1 (21-23)
  • steam bent laminate :3:1 (35-36)
  • steaming: 3:1 (35-36)
  • strap molds, construction and use of: 12:3 (35)
  • wood bending fixture: 7:1 (45)
  • wood, green vs. processed. 12:4 (18)

Beveling (see, also, jigs and fixtures)

  • beveled edges, ripping: 15:2 (10)
  • beveling jig, tabletop: 16:2 (44-47)

Bezels, forming: 6:3 (29-32)

Billiards

  • history of: 3:2 (4-5)
  • billiard table and davenport: 3:2 (4-10)

Bolts & Nuts

  • binding post nuts: 14:1 (3)
  • scale equivalent: 5:3 (38-39)
  • sources of: 5:3 (38-39)

Bone, ivory substitute: 5:3 (11)

Brass and Brass Finding

  • adhesives for: 3:1 (40)
  • annealing (softening): 6:1 (45-46)
  • channels: 14:4 (10)
  • clock: 4:2 (5)
  • decorative, use on glass: 14:3 (36-37)
  • desk lock, working: 7:3 (11-14)
  • drawer pulls, Queen Anne: 2:2 (16)
  • ferrules: 15:1 (40)
  • hinge construction: 6:1 (45-48); 14:4 (12)
  • leg tips: 16:4 (18)
  • milling: 3:1 (39-40,41)
  • ormolu: 4:3 (32)
  • ornamental (forming & etching): 6:2 (8-12)
  • photo etching: 6:2 (10-12)
  • predrilling for hinges: 14:4 (12)
  • scratchboard: 6:2 (8-12)
  • sheets, source of: 5:1 (1)
  • shining techniques: 3:1 (39)
  • soldering flux, use of: 7:3 (13)
  • sources of: 4:2 (5)
  • squaring edges: 3:1 (39)
  • sweatsoldering: 3:1 (39-40)
  • tubing, use of: 13:3 (18-19)
  • techniques: 3:1 (39-40); 13:3 (17-21)
  • use of: 4:1 (8)

Bricks and stonework

  • architectural detail, use in: 9:3 (14-17)
  • bonds and bond patterns: 9:3 (14); 9:4(5-9)
  • corbeling: 9:4 (5-6)
  • grout: 9:3 (15)
  • head course: 9:4 (8)
  • Magic-'Brik (S/W Craft): 4:3 (24)
  • mastic, use of: 10:2 (24-28)
  • mini-bricks, use of: 5:3 (5)
  • painting, tube acrylic: 2:4 (17)
  • paints, use of: 9:3 (17)
  • Perma-Scene: 1:2 (48-49)
  • rowlock course: 9:4 (8)
  • simulated brickwork: 2:4 (17); 17:1 (4, 24)
  • sizes, standard: 9:3 (16)
  • soldier course: 9:4 (8)
  • stonework, simulated fieldstone: 1:2 (48-49)
  • substitutions for: 9:3 (17)
  • textured paint, use of: 10:2 (24-28)
  • tinting and staining: 9:3 (16-17)
  • tube acrylic: 2:4 (17)
  • types of bond: 3:3 (59)
  • white glue mortar: 3:3 (59)
  • wood, simulated brick: 3:2 (34-35)

Bristol Board use of, imitation china: 2:2 (38-43)

Butler, Aaron, Butler Tinware, 1824, Greenville, NY: 2:3 (5)

Buttfield, Don: 1:1 (4-5)

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