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The TSC Subject Index

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

For a listing by Author, please see the Author's Index

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
S-T
U-V-W-
Y

E

Eastlake

  • couch: 5:4 (28-34)
  • drawer pulls, carved: carved: 3:4 (37-38)
  • history of: 16:2 (32)
  • incised carving: 5:3 (34); 5:4 (24,28-29)
  • mantle (c. 1875): 16:2 (32-37)
  • nursing chair (rocking) (c. 1887): 9:2 (29-31)
  • office chair (c. 1880): 17:2 (5-13)
  • roll top (c. 1880): 3:4 (23-38); 17:1 (5-17, 24)
  • secretary: 5:3 (32,36); 5:4 (18, 21-22)

Ecoinear (corner shelf, c. 1759): 4:1 (4-9)

Electrical (see Wiring)

Electronics

  • television, Stewart-Warner Custom Deluxe (1949): 6:3 (29-35)
  • Truphonic Waldorf Phonograph, Sears (1927): 19:1 (38-42)
  • V-M record changer (1949): 6:3 (33-34)

Elevation Drawing

  • how to read: 3:4 (46-47)
  • symbols, use of: 3:4 (46)

Embroidery (see Needlework)

Empire & Late Empire

  • caned couch (c. 1810-1820): 2:1 (55-59)
  • card table (c.1840)
  • clock: 4:2 (4-8)
  • chaise gondole (Late Empire, c. 1833): 13:4 (18-22)
  • console, Empire (c. 1840): 4:1 (20-22)
  • couch, scroll cut (Late Empire, c. 1830's): 13:4 (12-18)
  • history of: 13:4 (5-6)
  • settee (c. 1840): 13:1 (13-20)
  • side chair, late Empire: 4:1 (22-24)
  • rocker, caned Empire (c. 1850-1860): 5:1 (28-31)
  • rocker, child's cane (Empire, c. 1870): 5:2 (9-11)
  • Roman curule chair, Empire (c. 1810-1840): 7:2 (4-8)
  • table, extension pedestal Table: 7:1 (36-44)
  • table, pedestal centre (Late Empire, c. 1830's): 13:4 (7-11)

English Gothic

  • library table and ladder , English Gothic (c. 1830): 15:2 (5-11, 22)

Entertainment Centers (see cabinets).

Etching (see, also, photoetching)

  • etching solution (ferric chloride): 3:1 (39)
  • resist ink pen, use of: 3:1 (39)
  • techniques: 3:1 (39-40)

Ethan Allen

  • arm chair, upholstered (c. 1976): 10:3 (21-25)
  • Arrow Spindle Bed, Ethan Allen (c. 1974): 15:4 (25-29)
  • chest-on-chest (c. 1974): 16:1 (19-21)
  • one drawer commode (c. 1974): 15:4 (29-30)
  • triple dresser/mirror (c. 1974): 16:1 (17-19)

Exhibits & Exhibiting

  • covers, use of: 7:1 (17)
  • displays, access to: 7:2 (9-12)
  • power cords, managing: 7:1 (16)
  • risers, use of: 7:1 (16-17)
  • glitch kits: 7:1 (18)

F

Federal

  • easy chair, Federal (c. 1810): 16:4 (6-14)
  • history of: 16:4 (5-6)
  • hunt board, Federal North Carolina (c.1790-1800): 13:1 (5-12,23)
  • looking glass, Federal: 4:1 (24-25)
  • Row House: 2:4 (4-17)
  • sofa, Chippendale-Federal (c. 1795-1805): 7:2
  • sofa, Federal (c. 1810): 16:4 (6-14)
  • sofa table, Federal (c. 1820): 16:4 (14-19)

Fences

  • end mill and guide, use of: 2:2 (13-14)

Fiberglass Brush use of: 16:3 (C3)

Figures

  • cloth bodies: 5:4 (14-15)
  • modeling faces: 5:4 (13-14)
  • Super-Sculpey, use of: 5:4 (11)
  • use in room settings: 5:2 (4-8); 7:1 (28)

Files

  • cleaning techniques: 4:2 (19)
  • jeweler's, use of: 17:3 (29)
  • rat-tail, use of: 16:3 (23)
  • use of: 4:3 (15)

Finishes and Finishing:

  • abrasive selection: 1:1 (6); 4:3 (10)
  • acrylic, brickwork: 2:4 (17)
  • acrylic, stonework: 1:2 (49)
  • acrylic, use to create decorative designs 12:3 -22-23); 13:1 920i)
  • air brush: 5:1 (7-12); 5:3 (41-42); 15:3 (C3)
  • application equipment: 5:1 (11)
  • assembly/finish sequence: 4:3 (8-10); 19:3 (39-46)
  • basswood:
    • stain for: 1:1 (6)
    • use of: 1:2 (10-12)
  • bent woods: 12:3 (48)
  • bleach
    • types and uses: 1:3 (15); 5:1 (14-15); 19:4 (19-20)
    • universal bleaching steps: 19:4 (19-20)
  • bone: 5:2 (51)
  • brown paper bags, use of in sanding: 16:4 (38)
  • brushes, types and use of: 5:1 (11)
  • burnishing: 4:3 (11-12)
  • carving: 13:2 (9)
  • color reduction: 5:2 (17)
  • coloring, equipment for: 5:1 (10-15); 19:4 (15-16)
  • cut shellac: 5:3 (47); 5:4 (42-43)
  • Deft, use of: 1:2 (12); 15:3 (C3); 16:1 (39)
  • decorative designs, use of acrylic: 12:3 (22-23)
  • decorative figures, use of: distressing/aging: 1:2 (49); 8:2 (10-11); 8:5 (27-28); 8:6 (16-17);13:1 (20)
  • distressing, exterior: 8:6 (29-31)
  • dope, model airplane: 2:1 (12); 3:1(44)
  • drying: drying box: 5:1 (12-13)
  • dryer, food dehydrator as: 5:1 (12-13)
  • dull finishes: 14:3 (27)
  • dulling: 4:2 (23)
  • dust control: 5:1 (13)
  • dye stains: 19:4 (22-23, 43)
    • chemical: 5:2 (19-20)
    • fabric: 5:2 (18)
    • lacquer: 5:2 (19)
    • oil based: 5:2 (19)
    • padding stains: 5:2 (19)
    • spirit / alcohol based: 2:2 (46); 5:2 (18-19); 15:1 (48)
    • varnish: 5:2 (19)
    • vegetable stains: 5:2 (20)
    • water based: 5:2 (18)
  • enameled metal, emulating: 9:1 (9)
  • faux poreclain (bathroom fixtures): 8:3 (33,35)
  • fiberglass brush, use of: 16:3 (C3)
  • fine tip markers, use of: 8:4 (10)
  • fingers and hands, use of: 5:1 (11)
  • galvanized metal, simulating: 9:1 (42)
  • general techniques: 7:4 (24)
  • gesso, sanding sealer: 2:2 (40-41)
  • hand decorating techniques: 8:4 (9-11)
  • holding
    • devices: 4:3 (5-8); 19:2 (19-24); 19:4 (16-19)
    • tongs, use of: 5:1 (12)
  • india ink, use as stain: 13:1 (5)
  • limed oak: 4:1 (35)
  • marbled wood: 14:1 (33-36,42)
  • metal paints (Rustoleum), use of: 15:3 (15)
  • micro-scale decals, use of: 8:4 (10-11)
  • Minwax: 2:1 (43); 16:1 (39)
  • model railroad paint: 2:1 (7,9); 5:4 (21)
  • natural dyes: 1:4 (20-22)
  • oil, Neat-Lac: 4:3 (1)
  • oil, Watco Danish: 4:3 (1)
  • painted: 8:3 (38)
  • pigmented wiping stains: 19:4 (21-22)
  • pinstriping: 16:1 (12)
  • plastic:
    • see, also, plastic
    • introduction to: 5:1 (7); 5:3 (49)
    • plastic furniture: 5:3 (41-43)
  • plywood, finishing: 16:1 (38-39)
  • polyurethane spray, use of in prepping wood for acrylic paint: 15:1 (16)
  • porcelain glaze: 2:1 (27)
  • presanding: 13:1 (7)
  • rosemaling
    • history of Norwegian rosemaling: 7:1 (4-5)
    • techniques: 7:1 (5-6)
  • Rustoleum, use of: 16:1 (12)
  • safety precautions: 5:1 (13-14)
  • salad oil and steel wool: 1:1 (10)
  • sanding filler, use of: 9:1 (11)
  • satin: 16:3 (C3)
  • sandpaper and sanding
    • loose grit, uses of: 4:3 (13)
    • sanding and sizing: 4:3 (12-14)
    • wet sanding: 8:4 (11)
  • sawdust, use of: 17:1 (36)
  • scrapers: 4:3 (11)
  • smoothing: 4:3 (10-15); 19:3 (40-46)
  • smoothing, planes & files: 4:3 (15)
  • spindles: 14:1 (22,48)
  • sponge, types and use: 5:1 (11)
  • spattering: 7:4 (25)
  • spraying: spray & dust control: 5:1 (13)
  • spraying box & exhaust fan: 5:1 (13)
  • spray booths, use of: 5:1 (12-14)
  • sponging: 7:4 (24-25)
  • stain and staining:
    • burl: 15:1 (48)
    • glue spots: 4:3 (40)
    • mixing: 15:1 (48)
    • pigmented wiping stains: 5:2 (17-18)
    • pre-staining: 1:1 (6)
    • universal steps: 5:2 (17); 19:4 (20-21)
  • steel wool, use of: 4:3 (14-15); 16:1 (39)
  • stenciling: 2:3 (11-16); 7:4 (25,28)
  • stippling: 7:4 (24-25)
  • striping bursh, use of: 16:1 (12)
  • surface preparation: 4:3 (4-15); 14:1 (34)
  • tack rag: 4:3 (12)
  • talc/dope mix: 1:2 (12); 1:4 (42)
  • Testor's gloss enamel, use of: 9:1 (9,14)
  • tortoise shell: 14:1 (23,48)
  • transferring patterns: 8:4 (9-10)
  • tung oil, polymerized, use of : 12:2 (19)
  • turned spindles: 1:3 (33); 4:3 (1)
  • varnish:
    • introduction to: 2:2 (16),: 2:3 (16)
    • varnishing, techniques for: 2:2 (16)
  • vat dip method: 5:1 (13)
  • washes: 7:4 (25)
  • weathered wood: 1:4 (13)

Fireplace: (see also Bricks and Stonework)

  • bedroom (c. 1900-1910)
  • brick: 5:3 (5)
  • brick hearth: 5:1 (21); 15:1 (9-12)
  • carved (c. 1900): 10:3 (36-44)
  • cast brick, use of: 9:2 (11)
  • chimney: 4:4 (45)
  • chimney drip courses: 1:2 (44,47)
  • colonial chimney stock: 1:2 (43-49)
  • corner, Spanish Colonial: 16:4 (43-49)
  • Early American (c. 1600-1800): 10:3 (30)
  • Federal: 2:4 (10-13)
  • firebox, anatomy of: 10:3 (29)
  • firebox, forms: 10:3 (34-35)
  • flue dimensions: 2:1 (49)
  • hearths: 5:1 (20-21)
  • Late Georgian: 3:3 (33-42)
  • lintel beams: 1:2 (47)
  • mantel: 2:4 (12-13); 5:2 (21-22); 5:3 (7)
    • Arts & Crafts (c. 1880): 11:3 (6)
    • Eastlake (c. 1875): 16:2 (32-37)
    • frieze molding: 3:3 (39)
    • marble (c. 1872): 14:2 (35-42,48)
    • late Georgian: 3:3 (33-39)
    • paneled :15:3 (17-24)
  • metal frame (c. 1850-1910)
  • paint, used as a pigmented stain: 5:2 (18)
  • parlor (c. 1900-1910): 10:3 (33)
  • pigmented wiping stains: 5:2 (17-18)
  • soot & weathering: 1:2 (49); 5:1 (20-21)
  • staining steps, universal: 5:2 (17)
  • Williamsburg (Raleigh Tavern, c. 1700): 5:2 (21-23)
  • wood brick, hearth: 3:2 (34-35)

Floors and Flooring:

  • computer designs (c. 1914-1944): 18:2 (C4)
  • diagonal strip: 3:2 (37-39)
  • diagonal, inlay: 3:2 (37-41)
  • filling gaps: 4:2 (23)
  • floor covering, stenciled: 8:2 (7-8)
  • herringbone: 2:4 (18-20)
  • hearth, brick, Georgian: (3:2 (34-36)
  • installing wooden floors: 15:1 (8-9)
  • linoleum rugs, computer designed: 18:3 (41-48)
  • loose floor, repair of: 4:3 (40)
  • materials for: 15:1 (8-9)
  • oak, Colonial: 1:3 (23-24)
  • paper mache, substitute for tile: 16:2 (10-11)
  • parquet, Georgian: 3:2 (39-41)
  • perimeter strip, Georgian 3:2 (37-39)
  • plank: 1:3 (23-24); 3:2 (36-37); 5:1 (20)
  • stripwood: 5:3 (5)
  • tile floor,
    • simulated clay: 16:2 (10-11)
    • computer generated: 18:2 (5-16, 39)

Fluting:

  • copy attachment, use of: 3:4 (17-22)
  • sandpaper, techniques: 11:1 (15)

Foot: ball & claw, (see Carving)

  • bracket: 1:1 (8-9)
  • bun: 4:2 (42-43)
  • foot bracket: 2:2 (25)
  • foot dutch: 2:2 (19)
  • spade: 3:4 (2,40)

Form cutters and tools (see Lathes)

Found objects, use of: 6:4 (51-52)

Frame construction, see Architecture

Frames:

  • sliding mitering jig for high volume frame cutting: 8:5 (43-45)

French / French Canadian

  • Chaise Lounge, Provincial (c. 1920's): 7:2 (46-52)
  • French Bed Room Suite:
    • (Part 1) Panel Bed: 10:1 (5-13)
    • (Part 2) Chest of Drawers: 10:2 (29-36)
    • (Part 3) Bed Side Table: 10:3 (5-11)
  • Lamp Table (Restoration, c. 1833): 17:2 (20-23)
  • French Canadian arm chair, Louis XIV: 11:4 (13-17)
  • armoire (c. late 18th C.): 12:4 (5-13)
  • corner cabinet, serpentine-front: 11:4 (7-13)
  • rocking horse chair: 11:4 (17-18)
  • Traditional French Canadian: A TSC Cover Room: 11:4 (5-6)

G

Gables (see House, Roof)

Gauges

  • automotive spark plug gauge, use of: 17:4 (19)

Georgian (c. 1714-1760)

  • architectural details (interior): 3:2 (28-41); 3:3 (32-42); 3:4 (8-16)
  • book table: 12:2 (20-22)
  • cabinet, built-in: 3:4 (14-16)
  • door frames: 3:4 (10-11)
  • fireplace: 3:3 (33-42)
  • flooring, parquet: 3:2 (39-41)
  • flooring, perimeter strip: 3:2 (37-39)
  • hearth, brick: (3:2 (34-36)
  • roombox, Late Georgian: 3:2 (28-41); 3:3 (32-42); 3:4 (8-16); 4:1 (15-18)

Gesso

  • glazing: 2:2 (41-42)
  • use of: 2:2 (39-42)

Glass

  • chimneys: 14:2 (7-8)
  • chips, source of: 8:3 (6)
  • coloring: 14:2 (11-12)
  • cutting techniques: 1:2 (40); 14:3 (29)
  • drilling and sawing: 14:2 (5-7)
  • flaring: 14:2 (9-10)
  • forming glass with heat: 14:2 (7-11)
  • fruit jars: 14:2 (10-11)
  • in cabinet doors: 1:2 (7)
  • lamp shades, bulb shaped: 14:2 (9-10)
  • plexiglass: 4:1 (22)
  • simulated art glass: 1:4 (39)

Glue & Gluing

  • avoiding glue marks: 17:3 (48)
  • cement, plastic (liquid): 5:1 (5-6)
  • cement, plastic (tube): 5:1 (5-6)
  • cyanoacrylate, high viscosity: 4:4 (48-50)
    • removing: 15:1 (3)
    • safety: 16:4 (4)
    • use of: 4:4 (14, 49); 9:3 (32)
  • epoxy: 4:3 (42)
    • epoxy, metal putty, use of: 11:3 (16)
  • fabric (Sobo): 2:1 (39), 2:4 (55)
  • gluing jig, use of: 19:2 (8)
  • hot melt: 4:3 (5)
  • instant glues, use of: 16:1 (39)
  • irregular assemblies: 16:2 (29)
  • jigs, use of: 2:3 (42-45); 3:3 (49)
  • mold lines, removal of: 5:1 (7)
  • painted vs. unpainted: 5:1 (6)
  • plastic: 2:4 (54); 5:1 (51-52)
  • plastic cement: 5:1 (5-6)
  • roughing the surface: 16:1 (39)
  • rubber cement, use of: 16:3 (39); 17:1 (22-23)
  • sizing: 19:2 (24)
  • styrene: 5:3 (49)
  • tack gluing: 18:1 (38)
  • tinted glue, separation of: 9:2 (18-19)
  • yellow carpenter's (aliphatic resin): 4:3 (31)

Graver

  • sizing: 2:2 (5)
  • types of: 2:2 (5)
  • use of: 2:2 (5-8)

Greene & Greene (see, also, Arts & Crafts)

  • history of: 16:1 (25)
  • side chair (c. 1908): 16:2 (38-41)
  • table, livingroom (c. 1907-1909): 16:1 (25-30)

Greiner, Ludwig: 2:1 (7)

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