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

Accessories

  • andiron (16th C): 10:4 (47)
  • andiron (17th-18th C): 10:4 (48)
  • broom (tired) and dustpan: 13:2 (23)
  • “Balky Pinto” pull toy (Wards, 1929): 8:1 (10-11)
  • bed wrench: 11:3 (23)
  • billiard rack, contemporary: 17:1 (44)
  • books, multi-volume set: 1:2 (25)
  • books, single volume: 1:2 (9)
  • butter paddle: 19:2 (42)
  • cabbage cutter, operating: 12:2 (23)
  • candle holder, Shaker: 16:1 (36,40)
  • candle shelf, Colonial: 8:1 (11)
  • candlestand (c. 17th C): ECK (35-36)
  • chenille rug: 3:2 (15)
  • coffee sack rugs: 1:3 (30)
  • corner cabinet, bow front: 17:4 (45-47)
  • corner what-not: 17:4 (44-45)
  • curio shelf: 19:2 (45-46)
  • dart board and cabinet: 17:2 (37-39)
  • dish rack, wire: 9:2 (40-44)
  • doorbell and chime: (Part 1) 11:4 (25-28,32)
  • easel, parlor (Late Victorian): 13:3 (iii)
  • extension ladder, 20 foot: 18:2 (17-22)
  • family room accessories (c. 1970s): 3:3 (13-14)
  • fern stand (Greene and Greene, c. 1907): 20:2 (23-24)
  • fireirons: 10:4 (48)
  • fireplace fixtures (Tudor, c. 16th C): ECK (36-37, 40)
  • gumball machine (c. 1930): 9:4 (19-25)
  • hanging spool rack, Shaker: 16:3 (14-15)
  • hobby horse riding stick: 16:3 (39-40)
  • infant walker-trainer: 17:2 (17-19)
  • kitchen clock shelf: 17:3 (47-48, C3)
  • lampshade: 3:3 (14)
  • magazine rack (c. 1920's): 13:3 (47)
  • match safes (c. 1859-1950). 11:1 (5-9)
  • matches, wooden safety: 11:1 (9)
  • mirror, Cushman (c. 1941): 12:1 (13-14)
  • mirror, dresser (Chippendale, c. 1920): 19:1 (16-19)
  • New England pipe box: 8:3 (56)
  • niddy-noddy: 17:1 (48)
  • open wall box (Colonial): 8:2 (18)
  • pen wiper (Victorian): 1:2 (41)
  • phonograph, Edison Cygnet Cylinder (c. 1907): 13:4 (30-38)
  • picture frame: 11:3 (23)
  • plastic pipe patio furniture: 2:4 (54-55)
  • popcorn popper: 9:3 (31-34)
  • pumps, yard and pitcher: 9:1 (36-42)
  • sewing box: 13:4 (23,48)
  • shelf, kitchen utility (c. 1930): 9:1 (22)
  • simulated books: 1:2 (9, 25)
  • soap saver (c. 1900): 10:2 (22-23)
  • soap saver (c. 1925-1940): 10:2 (20-22)
  • spoon rack with box: 8:3 (56)
  • straight pen, 19th C.: 1:2 (19)
  • stereoscope, parlor (c. 1900): 8:5 (36-38)
  • tavern shelf: 19:2 (43-44, 46)
  • twirling boy and girl toy (c. 1904): 8:2 (9)
  • vacuum cleaner, hand pump: 10:1 (18-23)
  • vacuum, Hoover "Model O" (c. 1908): 11:2 (25-29)
  • wall boxes: 17:2 (40-43)
  • wall rack, Shaker: 11:3 (23)
  • wall shelf, Southwest (c. 18th): 17:1 (38-40)
  • wall shelves: 12:4 (21-24)
  • washtub and water bucket, Colonial: 8:5 (14-15)
  • wastebasket, split bamboo (cardstock): 1:3 (16)

Architecture

  • Charlton House (kitbash, Colonial): (Part 1) 4:3 (19-26); (Part 2) 4:4 (41-46); (Part 3) 5:2 (45-48)
  • Coal Shed (housing for power supply): 8:6 (25-33)
  • Colonial (kitbash, Housework): 3:1 (4-10)
  • Cotswold Cottage (c. 1930): (Part 1) 10:4 (25-32 + insert); (Part 2) 11:1 (36-44); (Part 3) 11:2 (12-20)
  • Federal Row House (kitbash): 2:4 (4-18)
  • Green Window House (19th C. Kansas City): 8:1 (25-33)
  • Italianate Depot, 1/4 scale (Christiansburg, VA, c. 1868): 9:3 (18-23 + insert)
  • Italianate Victorian House, 1/4 scale (Kansas City, c. Late 19th Century): 8:4 (25-30+insert)
  • New England Shed, c. 1930: 9:2 (7-13)
  • Store Building, Victorian (Part 1) 6:4 (29-37): (Part 2) 7:1 (29-35); (Part 3) 7:3 (4-10)
  • Whitman House (Connecticut Colonial, c. 1660): 1:1 (27-43); 1:2 (42-57); 1:3 (17-28); 1:4 (3-19)

Kitbashing

  • 1905 Bathroom Fixtures (Chrysnbon): 19:4 (25-32)
  • bedroom, Colonial (Shenandoah Designs): 11:2 (30-35)
  • bedroom set (Realife): 4:2 (32-33)
  • bed, lattice: 6:1 (10-14)
  • cabinet, kitchen (Realife) 1:4 (37-41)
  • cabinet, kitchen (X-Acto): 1:3 (55-59)
  • car, 1937 Cord (Lesney/AMT): 5:1 (5-9)
  • chair, Chippendale arm (X-acto): 2:1 (36-38)
  • chair, side & shelf (X-Acto): 5:1 (35-38); 6:2 (33-35)
  • chair, Chippendale wing (X-acto): 2:1 (39-43)
  • chair, Chippendale/Queen Anne wing (Realife): 2:4 (32-36)
  • chest, modern (Americana): 1:2 (35-36)
  • chest, serpentine (X-Acto): 5:4 (37-39)
  • dining room set (Realife): 4:2 (33-34)
  • dining room set (Queen Anne, Realife): 8:6 (34-39)
  • dining room set (X-Acto): 4:4 (35-37)
  • dry sink (X-Acto): 1:3 (55-59)
  • family room accessories (Realife): 3:3 (13-14)
  • ice box (Realife): 1:4 (35-37)
  • row house: (Part 1) 9:3 (7-13); (Part 2) 9:4 (10-18).
  • living room kit (Country; Realife): 8:2 (5-6)
  • lowboy (c. 1760-1780) (X-Acto): 2:2 (17-21)
  • parlor set (Realife): 4:2 (30-31)
  • piano & music stand, Victorian Renaissance, c. 1878 (Realife/Scientific): 3:2 (44-46)
  • daybed, Queen Anne fixed head (X-Acto): 6:2 (20)
  • range, kitchen (Realife): 1:4 (42-44)
  • range, Windsor Insulated Oven, c. 1930s (J. Hermes): 9:1 (9-14)
  • refrigerator, GE, c. 1930s (J. Hermes): 9:1 (6-9)
  • rocker, Boston, (c. 1830): 9:2 (21-22)
  • screen, lattice: 6:1 (10-14)
  • secretary (Realife): 1:1 (6-10); 1:2 (13-16)
  • settee, Queen Anne (Realife): 6:3 (27-28)
  • sink/pump, kitchen (Realife): 1:4 (44-46)
  • sofa, Chippendale (X-acto): 2:1 (39-43)
  • table, Queen Anne (X-Acto): 4:3 (29-32)
  • table, trestle and benches (Shenandoah Design): 9:2 (22)
  • tester bed (Realife): 3:4 (4-7)

Roomboxes

  • apartment, efficiency "lazy susan" (American Builder, c. 1920): (Part 1) 13:2 (25-35); (Part 2) 13:3 (5-11)
  • Bishop's Livingroom (c. 1760): (Part 1) 15:1 (5-12); (Part 2) 15:2 (12-18, 22); (Part 3) 15:3 (17-24); (Conclusion) 15:4 (38-44)
  • Breakfast Nook (c. 1920's) Display Box: 15:2 (42-48)
  • Colonial bed-sitting room: 2:3 (26-29), 2:4 (18-24); 3:2 (47-51)
  • farm kitchen, Early 20th C. (c. 1915): 2:1 (44-53)
  • Haywood Wakefield (c. 1949): 6:3 (4-9)
  • The Inglenook Room (c. 1910-1930): (Part 1) 20:1 (5-12); (Part 2) 20:2 (25-36)
  • Late Georgian: 3:2 (28-41); 3:3 (32-42); 3:4 (8-16); 4:1 (15-18)
  • livingroom & dining room (c. 1949): 6:3 (4-9)
  • kitchen, American, c. 1930s: 9:1 (4-22)
  • kitchen, “Turn of the Century” kit modification: 6:2 (22-26)
  • 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)
  • Williamsburg (c. 1770): 5:1 (16-21); 5:2 (21-27); 5:3 (12-16)

Scratch-built

  • accessory table (c. 19th C): 15:3 (27-28, 32)
  • arm chair, contemporary cottage: 10:2 (6)
  • arm chair, overstuffed (c. 1960s): 12:3 (8-10)
  • arm chair, upholstered (Ethan Allen, c. 1976): 10:3 (21-25)
  • arm chair, wainscot (c. 1690): 14:1 (6-11)
  • armoire, French Canadian (c. late 18th C.): 12:4 (5-13)
  • baby carriage, tricycle (c. 1870): 7:2 (29-39)
  • baby's crib (20th C): 18:1 (11-14)
  • baby tender: 8:3 (17-18)
  • backdoor valet, Shaker-style: 19:3 (21-22)
  • bathtub, American Standard (c. 1930): 8:3 (30, 32-33)
  • bathtub, bench (Kohler, c. 1940): 8:5 (22-23)
  • bathtub, folding and water heater, Montgomery Wards (c. 1895): 17:3 (15-20, 24)
  • bed, Arrow spindle, Ethan Allen (c. 1974): 15:4 (25-29)
  • bed, carved, (contemporary Chippendale, c. 20th C.): 19:2 (34-42)
  • bed, Chippendale canopy (c. 1770-1785), half inch: 7:3 (39-42)
  • bed, combination folding (c. 1900): 4:4 (4-16)
  • bed, four-post (Colonial, plans only): 11:2 (31)
  • bed, four post with trundle: 18:2 (40-48)
  • bed, headboard, bamboo (c. 1960): 1:3 (42-45)
  • bed, hired man's: 5:2 (41-43)
  • bed, low post rope (c. 1875): 10:3 (12-16)
  • 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, French: 10:1 (5-13)
  • bed, panel, Haywood Wakefield (c. 1949): 7:4 (37-38)
  • bed, Slaw (c. 1700) 1:2 (1-9)
  • 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 stand, Shaker: 11:2 (33-35)
  • bed step (c. 1810), half inch: 6:3 (25-26)
  • bedside breakfast table (20th C. Chippendale, c. 1900-1920): 20:1 (20-24)
  • bedside cabinet (Contemporary Chippendale, 20th C.): 11:4 (33-36)
  • bedstead, Cottage spool turned (c. 1860): 17:4 (6-13)
  • bench, cobbler's: 13:3 (44-46)
  • bench, paneled (Stickley, c. 1907): 20:2 (9-13)
  • bench, phone and stand (c. 1940s): 14:1 (37-39)
  • bench, Shaker: 11:3 (23)
  • bench, Southwest (c. 18th): 17:1 (38-40)
  • bench, utility, Shaker: 16:3 (16)
  • billiard table, contemporary: 17:1 (41-46)
  • bird cage and stand, Victorian: 8:5 (4-8)
  • blanket box (19th C.): 17:1 (32-37, 48)
  • book, case-bound: 1:4 (56-60)
  • bookcase, built-in: 3:4 (14-15)
  • bookcase, contemporary: 3:3 (43-51); (half inch) 11:1 (10-13)
  • bookstand, Kissinger Tutor Swiveled (c. 1928): 8:1 (34-36)
  • book table, Georgian: 12:2 (20-22)
  • book trough (c. 1930's): 15:4 (37,44)
  • breakfast nook trestle table and benches (c. 1920's): 15:2 (42-45)
  • breakfast set, Sears and Roebuck, c. 1930: 9:1 (14-20)
  • bride's chest, Norwegian (c. 1809): (Part 1) 6:4 (4-7); (Part 2) 7:1 (4-6)
  • buggy, (J.J. Deal , c. 1900): (Part 1) 16:1 (5-16); (Part 2) 16:2 (12-20); (Part 3) 16:3 (45-48)
  • buffet, dining room (Sears, c. 1927): 18:3 (15-19)
  • buffet, Empire oak (c. 1890-1910): 20:1 (35-39)
  • cabinet, French Art Nouveau (c.1900): 14:3 (31-37)
  • cabinet, built-in kitchen: 2:1 (48,52)
  • cabinet, corner, serpentine-front, French Canadian (c. 18th C.): 11:4 (7-13)
  • cabinet, garden shed: 9:2 (14-17)
  • cabinet, Hoosier: 7:4 (40-49)
  • cabinets, built-in kitchen (Contemporary): 18:2 (27-39)
  • cabinet, kitchen (c. 1890): 3:4 (46-51)
  • cabinets, kitchen (c. 1920s): 18:3 (35-40)
  • cabinet, kitchen (c. 1980s): 8:6 (4-11)
  • cabinet, liquor (c. 20th C.): 13:4 (25-29)
  • cabinet, parlor , Wards (Art Nouveau, c. 1897): 1:2 (37-41); 14:3 (26-30)
  • cabinet secretary, Renaissance Extra-Grade Wooten (c. 1875): (Part 1) 15:1 (25-33); (Part 2) 15:2 (25-35); (Conclusion) 15:3 (42-48)
  • campaign bed, mahogany, John Durham (c. 1810): 15:1 (34-40,12)
  • candlestand, cross-base: 5:1 (40-42)
  • candlestand, rachet (Colonial): 8:6 (12-13)
  • canterbury racks (c. 1800-1825): 7:4 (14-20)
  • card table, Empire (c. 1840): 16:2 (25-31)
  • ceiling fan, Casablanca w/ built-in motor: 8:1 (18-23)
  • ceiling fan, working: 7:3 (29-35)
  • ceiling fan, working: (Part 1) 11:2 (44-48); (Part 2) 11:3 (38-44)
  • Celandine Tea Table (Stickley Arts Nouveau c. 1900): 15:4 (6-10)
  • cellarette, mahogany (c. 18th C): 8:3 (23-25)
  • cellarette, walnut (c. 1750-1775): 8:3 (19-22)
  • arm chair, French Canadian Louis XIV: 11:4 (13-17)
  • chair, Adirondack: 1:4 (30-31); 19:1 (48)
  • chair, Berbice, British Guyana: 17:2 (25-30)
  • chair, chaise gondole (John Meek's Late Empire, c. 1830's): 13:4 (18-22)
  • chair, Chicago (c. 1987): 13:4 (39-42)
  • chair, Chinese horseshoe: 9:4 (29-32)
  • chair, comb-back corner (Chippendale, c. 1770-1780): 18:4 (12-17)
  • chair, comb back windsor (c. 1760s): ECK (33-35)
  • chair, commode (Chippendale): 5:3 (8-11)
  • chair, commode (Shaker, Pleasant Hill, KY): 8:5 (25-28)
  • chair, continuous arm Windsor (c. late 17th C.): 12:4 (18-23)
  • chair, dining side (Spanish New Mexico): 16:4 (28-30)
  • chair, easy (Chippendale, c. 1740-1750): 14:2 (13-22,48)
  • easy chair, Federal (c. 1810): 16:4 (6-14)
  • chair, folding (Wegner, c. 1949): 1:1 (11-13)
  • chair, folding deck: 1:4 (32)
  • chair, Irish pub: 17:4 (21-24)
  • chair, ladderback (c. 1875): 1:3 (53-54)
  • chair, loop back windsor (c. 18th C): 12:3 (33-38)
  • chair, low back windsor (c. 1706): ECK (32-33)
  • chair, Melbourne (c. 1991): 20:1 (40-43)
  • chair, Modern low (c. 1929, half inch): 11:4 (30-31)
  • chair, Morris, Egyptian style (c. 1880): 6:4 (13-18); 20:2 (42-45)
  • chair, New England fancy (c. 1800-1820): 8:3 (36-38)
  • chair, oak ranch (c. 1950): 19:4 (24)
  • chair, office (Eastlake, c. 1880): 17:2 (5-13)
  • chair, Paris hall: 13:1 (36-39,33)
  • chair, rocker, platform (Victorian, c. 1880): 20:2 (37-41)
  • chair, rocker, Canadian Art Nouveau (c. 1890s): 9:1 (28-34)
  • chair, rocker, caned Empire (c. 1850-1860): 5:1 (28-31)
  • chair, rocker, child's cane (Empire): 5:2 (9-11)
  • chair, rocker, Thonet-Style bentwood (c, late 19th C.): 13:1 (21-23)
  • chair, rocker, slat back: 8:1 (17,52)
  • chair, rocking horse chair, child's, French Canadian (c. 18th C.): 11:4 (17-18)
  • chair, Roman curule, Empire (c. 1810-1840): 7:2 (4-8)
  • chair, roundabout (c. 1770): 1:2 (27-30)
  • chair, slat back, w/ commercial spindles: 8:1 (12-15)
  • chair, swivel (c. 1929, half inch): 11:1 (14-16)
  • chair, transitional (French Canadian, c. late 18th C): 12:4 (15-17)
  • chair, upholstered (Modern, c. 1929, half inch): 11:4 (31-32)
  • chair, upholstered wing (c. 1950): 3:3 (6-12)
  • chair, Valet: 8:2 (20-22)
  • chair, Welsh border (c. 1650: ECK (30-31)
  • chair, windsor, side (c. 1750-1780), half inch: 7:1 (11-12)
  • chair, windsor, low-back side (c. 1887): 8:2 (16-18)
  • chaise lounge, French Provincial (c. 1920s): 7:2 (46-52)
  • chess & checker board: 6:4 (38-40)
  • chess set: 5:2 (51-52)
  • chest, 3-drawer, cottage: 2:3 (7-10)
  • chest and drawers (Colonial, plans only): 11:2 (32)
  • chest of drawers, French: 10:2 (29-36)
  • chest of drawers, kneehole (c. 1790): 10:1 (24-28)
  • chest-on-chest (Connecticut, c. 1802): 19:4 (5-14, 48)
  • chest-on-chest, Cushman (c. 1941): 12:1 (6-8,10)
  • chest-on-chext, Ethan Allen (c. 1974, half inch): 16:1 (19-21)
  • chest, painted (half inch, c. late 18th C.): 12:4 (40)
  • chest, Renaissance-Style Cottage (c. 1860): 17:3 (25-32)
  • chest with drawers, Jacobean (c.1680): 14:1 (12-19)
  • child's rocker, Colonial Style: 17:1 (47)
  • china cabinet (Haywood-Wakefield, c. 1949): 19:1 (29-33)
  • Christmas tree, artificial, Wards (c. 1929): 8:1 (8-10)
  • clavichord dolce, Sabathil (c. 1990): 15:1 (12-20)
  • clock, lantern (case): 11:3 (33-34)
  • clock, tall case (grandmother): 11:3 (29-33)
  • clocks, Empire (c. 1840): 4:2 (4-8)
  • clothes wringer, Sears, Roebuck (c. 1900): 6:4 (25-26)
  • club rocker, child's upholstered (c. mid 20th C): 18:1 (44-48)
  • coffee table, Canterbury Shaker: 19:3 (22-24)
  • commode, modern: 3:2 (22-26)
  • commode, one drawer (Ethan Allen, c. 1974): 15:4 (29-30)
  • console, Empire (c. 1840): 4:1 (20-22)
  • corner chair, outdoor (c. 1984): 15:1 (44-45)
  • corner shelf (c. 1759): 4:1 (4-9)
  • cracker barrel (Contemporary Colonial): 19:4 (44-48)
  • craftsman magazine cabinet, Stickley (c. 1910): 15:4 (21-23)
  • couch, Caned Empire (c. 1810-1820): 2:1 (55-59)
  • couch, Eastlake: 5:4 (28-34)
  • couch, scroll-cut (Late Empire, c. 1830's): 13:4 (12-18)
  • 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)
  • cradle, swinging, Sheraton (c. 1810): 8:4 (18-19)
  • cradle, “Three Bears” (Wards, 1929): 8:1 (10-11)
  • cupboard, Colonial corner (c. 1740-50): 9:2 (32-37)
  • cupboard & huntboard, Welsh (c. 1650s): 18:4 (18-24)
  • cupboard, Mexican (Contemporary): 17:2 (31-36)
  • davenport/billiard table (c. 1900): 3:2 (4-10)
  • daybed frame, Spanish: 4:3 (16-18)
  • desk, firescreen (c. 1810): 4:4 (29-34)
  • desk, French lady's (c. 1900): 8:4 (20-24)
  • desk, ladies cylinder (c. 1790): 9:2 (23-28)
  • desk, lady's writing (Sheraton-Style American, c. 1800): 13:3 (35-39)
  • desk, oak rolltop (c. 1880): 3:4 (23-38); 17:1 (5-17, 24)
  • desk, Queen Anne: 11:1 (17-21)
  • desk, sewing, Mount Lebanon Shaker (c. 1786-1900) 16:3 (7-11)
  • desk, Shaker cupboard (c. 1852): 11:1 (22-27)
  • desk, ship captain's (c. 19th C.): 11:4 (19-23)
  • desk, slant top on frame (Chippedale, c. 1730-1750): 16:1 (41-46)
  • desk, Weiman (c. 1950s): 9:3 (35-38)
  • dining chair, Vienna (Sears, c. 1897): 12:3 (29-32)
  • display case: 18:1 (5-10) doll, Greiner: 2:1 (7-8)
  • doll carriage: 2:1 (9-11)
  • dollhouse, fiberboard (c. 1938): 6:1 (23-28, plus insert)
  • dresser, Colonial: 5:3 (18-20)
  • dresser, Cushman (c. 1941): 12:1 (11-13)
  • dresser, Ethan Allen 66" triple (half inch, c. 1974): 16:1 (17-19)
  • dresser, gentleman's (Contemporary Chippendale, c. 1990): 18:4 (30-37)
  • dresser, Welsh (c. 1670): ECK (23-26)
  • dresser bench, Cushman (c. 1941): 12:1 (14)
  • dressing table, Philadelphia (c. 1755-1795): 2:2 (5-16)
  • drying rack, herb (Shaker): 14:1 (40-42)
  • ecoinear (corner shelf, c. 1759): 4:1 (4-9)
  • end table, Canterbury Shaker: 19:3 (20,22)
  • entertainment center (c. 1960s): 12:3 (6-8)
  • fern stand, spindle: 14:3 (21-22)
  • folding chair, doll's (c.1900): 6:1 (18-20)
  • figures: 5:4 (10-15)
  • furnace, hot air central air (Wards, c. 1922): 12:3 (17-23)
  • halltree (c. 1860): 3:1 (15-20)
  • hanging book shelf, Stickley (c. 1905): 15:4 (19-20)
  • hat rack, Stickley (Tudor Rose Tea Room, Victoria,, c. 1900): 16:4 (19-22)
  • highboy, step-top (c. 1750-70): 10:2 (15-19,23)
  • high chair, Sears (c. 1927): 15:1 (41-43,48)
  • high chair (20th C): 18:1 (14-15)
  • high chair, wainscot (Charles I, 17th C): ECK (29-30)
  • high chest of drawers, Connecticut (c. 1740-1760),
  • half-inch: 6:4 (9-12)
  • hunt board, Federal North Carolina (c.1790-1800): 13:1 (5-12,23)
  • kaleidoscope, operating (c. 1870): 8:3 (6-11)
  • kettle stand, Chippendale (c. 1760-1780): 14:1 (23-24,48)
  • lawn swing, Wards (c. 1895): 14:4 (31-37)
  • library arm chair, Stickley (c. 1905): 15:4 (11-16)
  • library chair (Craftsmen, c. 1907): 20:2 (16-19)
  • library ladder/table, George III (Campbell, c. 1793): 14:4 (5-15)
  • library table and ladder , English Gothic (c. 1830): 15:2 (5-11, 22)
  • library chair/steps (Regency, c. 1811-1820): 18:1 (36-43)
  • library table (Craftsmen, c. 1907): 20:2 (13-16)
  • library table (c. 1920s): 20:2 (46-48)
  • library table, Stickley, ( c. 1905): 15:4 (10, 17-19)
  • lock, desk, working: 7:3 (11-14)
  • looking glass, Federal: 4:1 (24-25)
  • love seat, contemporary Cottage: 10:2 (6)
  • lowboy, Queen Anne (c. 1760), half inch: 7:4 (50-51)
  • lowboy, William & Mary (c. 1710): 14:1 (19-22)
  • magazine table (c. 1930's): 15:4 (36-37)
  • mantle , Eastlake (c. 1875): 16:2 (32-37)
  • mantle, marble (c. 1872): 14:2 (35-42,48)
  • music / magazine stand, Craftsman (c. 1910): 18:4 (40-41, 48)
  • Noah's Ark (toy), Nuremberg, c. 1800s: 7:1 (8-9)
  • oak coffer (c.16th C): ECK (21-22)
  • one-drawer commode, Ethan Allen (c. 1974): 15:4 (29-30)
  • organ, protable reed (c. 1853): 16:1 (17-20)
  • ottoman (c. 1950): 3:3 (6-12)
  • patio furniture plastic pipe: 2:4 (54-55)
  • pedal car (c. 1914): 3:1 (37-44)
  • pedestal stand, Shaker: 1:3 (29-30)
  • phone stand and bench, Mission (c. 1900): 15:1 (46-48)
  • phonograph, Truphonic Waldorf (Sears, c. 1927): 19:1 (38-42)
  • piano, console: 11:2 (5-11)
  • piano, English upright grand (c. 1802): 19:3 (32-38)
  • piano, grand: 12:2 (5-19)
  • piano, studio: 11:2 (5-11)
  • piano, upright: 11:2 (5-11)
  • piano bench, Craftsmen (c. 1910): 18:4 (38-40)
  • piano stool: 3:2 (43)
  • platform scale (c. 1880-1930): 18:1 (25-35)
  • play pen (20th C): 18:1 (14-15)
  • popcorn popper: 4:2 (24-28)
  • porch swing, flat woven: 1:4 (24-39)
  • pull toy, horse : 2:1 (6-7)
  • quilting frame (c. 19th C): 18:1 (16-24)
  • range, see also stoves range, gas, transitional (c. 1915): 13:2 (10-18)
  • range, gas (Sears Elite, c. 1920's): 18:4 (42-48)
  • 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)
  • reflector roasting oven (tin kitchen, Colonial): 19:2 (13-20)
  • rolling cart (c. 1920-1940): 15:4 (34-36)
  • secretary, Eastlake: 5:3 (28-37); 5:4 (16-26)
  • Secretary (John Cogswell, c. 1786): 17:1 (18-24)
  • secretary, Victorian Renaissance (c.1870): 11:3 (25-27)
  • settee, Empire painted (c. 1790-1800): 13:1 (13-20)
  • settee, lyre-back Italian: 9:1 (47-50)
  • settee, Rococo (c. 1860): 1:1 (19-22)
  • server, Sears breakfast (c. 1930s): 9:1 (19-20)
  • sideboard, Danish Modern (c. 1979): 6:1 (15-17)
  • sideboard, “fake”: 6:3 (13-15)
  • sideboard (Haywood-Wakefield, c. 1949): 19:1 (33-37)
  • sideboard, Hepplewhite-Style (c 1775-1780): 12:3 (13-16)
  • sideboard, Modern (half inch): 9:4 (39)
  • side chair, cathedral style (c. 1930): 9:1 (17-20)
  • side chair, Danish Modern (c. 1979): 5:4 (40-45)
  • side chair, dining (Sears, c. 1927): 18:3 (11-15)
  • side chair, factory-made (c. 1860): 1:3 (39-41)
  • side chair, Greene & Greene (c. 1908): 16:2 (38-41)
  • side chairs (Haywood Wakefield, c. 1949): 19:2 (10-12, C3)
  • side chair, late Empire: 4:1 (22-24)
  • side chair, Modern (half inch): 9:4 (38)
  • side chair, Turn-of-the-Century oak (half inch): 13:2 (37-39)
  • side chair, Victorian Renaissance: 4:2 (36-38)
  • side chair, Victorian Transitional: 1:3 (49-52)
  • silver chest, Queen Anne and Hepplewhite: 9:4 (33-36)
  • sink, double (c. 1980s): 8:6 (5-7)
  • sink (lavatory), American Standard (c. 1930): 8:3 (30, 33-35)
  • sink (lavatory), Kohler (c. 1940): 8:5 (22-23)
  • slaw bed (c. 1700): 1:2 (1-9)
  • sled, bentwood (c. 1877): 3:1 (34-36)
  • sofa & arm chair, oak (c. 1950): 4:1 (32-35)
  • sofa, Chippendale/Federal (c. 1795-1805): 7:2 (26-28)
  • sofa, Cottage spindle (c. 1870s): 8:2 (29-35)
  • sofa, Early American (c. 1950): 3:3 (6-10)
  • sofa, Federal (c. 1810): 16:4 (6-14)
  • sofa, overstuffed (half inch, c. 1960s): 12:3 (10-12)
  • sofa, Philadelphia Chippendale (c. 1750-1780): 19:3 (25-31)
  • sofa, spindle (Craftsmen, c. 1907): 20:2 (20-23)
  • sofa Tuxedo (20th C.): 2:4 (26-31)
  • spice box on frame, Philadelphia Queen Anne (c. 1740-1750): 14:3 (11-15)
  • spice chest, Queen Anne (c. 1740-1750): 8:4 (4-8)
  • spinning wheel, Norwegian (c. 1800s): (Part 1): 7:4 (4-13); (Part 2) 8:1 (40-52)
  • stand, basin, Chippendale (c. 1770-1780): 16:1 (21-24, 48)
  • step stool, Shaker: 17:1 (47)
  • step table, single drawer (Colonial): 19:1 (43-44, 46)
  • step table, two drawer (Colonial): 19:1 (45-47)
  • step table, two shelf (Colonial): 19:1 (47)
  • stool, kitchen utility (c. 1930s): 9:1 (21-22)
  • stool, low joined (c. 18th C Spanish): 16:3 (37-38)
  • stool, oak joined (c. 17th C): ECK: (28)
  • stool, swivel sewing (c.1850): 16:3 (11-14)
  • stove, Acme pot bellied (c. 1900): 6:2 (14-16)
  • stove, drop-in (c. 1980s): 8:6 (9-11)
  • stove, Windsor fireless cooker (Wards, c. 1920): 12:2 (25-32)
  • stove, Franklin fireplace: 6:3 (12)
  • stove, high-oven gas (c. 1925): 11:4 (37-45)
  • stove/oven (Wards Blue Line, c. 1929): 13:3 (12-17)
  • swell bodied cutter, J.J. Deal & Sons (c. 1891): (Part 1) 17:3 (5-14); (Conclusion) 17:4 (25-36)
  • swing, lawn stand: 1:4 (26)
  • table, backgammon: 17:3 (36-38, C3)
  • table, bed side (French): 10:3 (5-11)
  • 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, Chinese Ch'iao-t'ou side: 10:1 (14-17)
  • table, coffee (Queen Anne Style, 20th C.): 12:4 (36-38)
  • table, coffee, round, Modern (c. 1929, half inch): 11:4 (30-31)
  • table, coffee (1940s Federal): 6:4 (48-50)
  • table, conservatory (c. 19th C.): 14:3 (45-48)
  • table, console, with benches (c. 1990): 14:2 (43-48)
  • table, cottage drop-leaf: 4:2 (34-36)
  • table, cricket (c. 17th C): 17:4 (39-43, 47)
  • table, Danish Modern (c. 1979): 5:4 (40-45)
  • table, dining (Haywood Wakefield, c. 1949): 19:2 (5-10)
  • table, end, (1940's Federal): 6:4 (48-49)
  • table, end, book trough (c. 1920's): 13:3 (47-48)
  • table, extension dining (Sears, c. 1927): 18:3 (6-11)
  • table, extension, Turn-of-the-Century oak (half-inch): 13:2 (36-37)
  • table, foyer (c.1990): 14:2 (43-48)
  • table, gate-leg (c. 1690): 1:3 (2-15)
  • table, gate-leg (c. 18th C Spanish): 16:3 (33-37)
  • table, gateleg (William & Mary, c. 1695): ECK (26-28)
  • table, handkerchief corner, Queen Anne gateleg (c. 1750-1790): 15:4 (31-33)
  • table, Irish pub: 18:3 (20-24)
  • table, Jacobean Hutch, w/ commercial spindles: 8:1 (15-16)
  • table, kitchen (Upper Canadian, c. 1800-1830): 16:2 (21-24, C3)
  • table, kitchen utility: 1:4 (47-48)
  • table, lamp, Cottage, spool turned (c. 1860): 17:4 (13-15)
  • table,lamp, French Restoration (c. 1833): 17:2 (20-23)
  • table, Lincoln (c. 1850): 13:2 (40)
  • table, livingroom, Greene & Greene (c. 1907-1909): 16:1 (25-30)
  • table, lyre (18th C): 10:4 (17-19)
  • table, oak coffee: 4:1 (26-28)
  • table, octagonal card: 16:3 (41-44)
  • table, occasional, Golden Oak (c. 1900): 16:1 (37-40)
  • table, oval side (half inch, c. 1780-1810): 12:4 (39-40)
  • table, parlor center: 5:3 (44-47)
  • table, Parsons: 1:2 (17-19)
  • table, pedestal centre (Late Empire, c. 1830's): 13:4 (7-11)
  • table, pedestal dining room (modern): 9:4 (37)
  • table, pedestal extension, Empire (c. 1910): 7:1 (36-44)
  • table, Pembroke (c. 1790): 12:1 (20-23,48)
  • table, penguin: 4:4 (17-19) table, pier: 10:2 (47-51)
  • table, Porringer (c. 18th C.): 17:4 (37-39)
  • table, Queen Anne corner: 12:2 (19)
  • table, Regency (French Canadian, c. late 18th C.): 12:4 (14-15)
  • table, Regency-Style double gateleg dropleaf (c. 1920's): 13:1 (40-48)
  • table, serpentine: 6:2 (4-7) table, sofa (c. 19th C.): 13:2 (19-23)
  • table, sofa (Federal, c. 1820): 16:4 (14-19)
  • table, tea. Garden (contemporary cottage): 10:2 (8)
  • table, tea, Queen Anne (c. 1755): 2:1 (35-36)
  • table, tennis (ping pong): 17:3 (33-36)
  • table, trestle (Spanish New Mexico): 16:4 (25-28)
  • table, tuck-away (Qureen Anne, c. 1740-1765): 16:1 (22-24,46)
  • table, trestle (Shaker style): 13:2 (45-48)
  • tea poy: 7:3 (15-18)
  • television, Stewart-Warner Custom Deluxe (c. 1949): 6:3 (29-33)
  • television antenna (c. 1949): 6:3 (33-34)
  • television stand (c. 1949): 6:3 (34-35)
  • toilet stand (wash stand), Japanese (c. 1900): 20:1 (13-19, 48)
  • toilet (stool), Case & Sons (c. 1940): 8:5 (22,24)
  • toilet (water closet), American Standard (c. 1930): 8:3 (29-30,31)
  • toy kitchen, Nuremberg (c. 1800s): 7:1 (9-10)
  • train, operating tintype (c. 1920s): 6:1 (29-43)
  • transitional side chair, child's (Victorian, c. 1890): 18:1 (48, C3)
  • trunk & stand (c. 1672): 4:1 (10-14)
  • two-wheel cart, toy: 2:1 (11-12)
  • umbrella stand, Mission (Tudor Rose Tea Room, Victoria,, c. 1900): 16:4 (22-24)
  • vanity, Haywood Wakefield: 7:4 (30-36)
  • vanity bench, Haywood Wakefield: 7:4 (36-37)
  • vanity dresser & bench, child-size (Wards, c. 1929): 8:1 (6-8)
  • vanity dresser & bench , lady's (Contemporary Chippendale, c. 20th C): 19:4 (33-43)
  • wardrobe (c. 19th C.): 17:3 (39-46)
  • warming pan, bed: 6:2 (12)
  • washing machine, Wards' Water Queen (c. 1925): 15:3 (5-16)
  • washstand, Cottage (c. 1860): 17:4 (16-20)
  • washstand, Hepplewhite (c. 1790): 20:1 (44-46)
  • washstand, Nova Scotia, (c. early 19th C.): 15:3 (29-32)
  • washstand, Shaker (c. 1820-1850): 20:1 (46-48)
  • washstand, Victorian (19th Century): 16:4 (31-38)
  • window bench, Duncan Phyfe Lyre Back (c. 1815-1825): 7:1 (13-15)
  • wood box (Shaker, Pleasant Hill, KY 19th C.): 8:6 (14-17)
  • writing desk, Shaker (c. 1810-1830): 18:2 (17-20)
  • yacht chair, folding (c. 1890): 18:4 (6-11, 24)

Tool-Making

  • adjustable fence assembly (scroll saw): 13:3 (43,46)
  • belt grinder-saner: 8:5 (36-42)
  • bench magnifier: 11:4 (46-48)
  • bits, machine late: 2:1 (27-29)
  • blade holding jig and blade holder modification, AMT scroll saw: 13:2 (41-44)
  • chisels, lathe: 1:4 (50-52)
  • clamp, cam action bar: 11:2 (40-42, 48)
  • clamp, violin-maker's: 2:3 (45)
  • copy attachment, lathe: 3:3 (15-24)
  • copy cat, adaptation for Unimat (Bell): 11:3 (19-22)
  • cross cut sliding table for Microlux Table Saw: 14:4 (22-23)
  • dial calipers, conversion dials: 8:6 (40-42)
  • disc sander 3 1/2” dia.: 4:3 (41-43)
  • disc sander, 8” dia.: 4:3 (44-52)
  • Dohzuki saw (Japanese dovetail saw: 12:2 (33-38,42)
  • dowel maker, power: 14:3 (38-44)
  • duplicator bit: 4:2 (46-47)
  • edge sanding block: 2:3 (43)
  • electric hand drill lathe/sander: 7:2 (13-19)
  • file holder, lathe: 4:2 (10-11)
  • fine adjustment screw, TSC wood surfacer: 6:4 (21-24)
  • fluting attachment, lathe: 3:4 (17-22)
  • hand-tool rest for Taig lathe: 5:2 (29); 5:3 (1)
  • hand turning tools, lathe: 5:4 (46-49)
  • hand vise: 5:1 (39)
  • helical fluting attachment, lathe: 4:1 (39-47)
  • jeweler's saw, pedal operated: 12:1 (36-42)
  • lathe copier, pattern vise: 4:2 (48-49)
  • lathe faceplate (Dremel): 1:3 (33-34)
  • lathe-mounted Dremel tool holder: 12:4 (41-42)
  • lathe spindle indexer (Dremel): 12:3 (44-48)
  • miter cut sliding table for Microlux table saw: 14:4 (23-24)
  • mitering tool (Chopper), modifying: (Part 1) 6:2 (36-41); (Part 2) 6:3 (16-21)
  • overhead routing fixture: 10:2 (37-38)
  • pin driver for miniatures: 7:4 (21-23,28)
  • pin shaper adapter: 6:2 (36-41)
  • power controller, workbench: 16:2 (42-43)
  • profiles, scratch tools: 10:2 (9-11)
  • profiling tool: 7:4 (26-28)
  • proportional dividers: 8:5 (29-35)
  • rip fence, improved (Microlux table saw): 14:4 (20-22)
  • routing attachment (Moto-tool): 2:3 (30-32)
  • sanding finger saver: 14:3 (19-20)
  • saw/shaper table: 2:4 (37-42)
  • saw, auxiliary table top (ATM Scroll Saw): 9:3 (42-43)
  • sawdust collector, built in: 7:3 (50-54)
  • sawdust collector, portable: 7:2 (20-25)
  • sawdust collector attachment: 9:3 (46-47)
  • scratch tool: 6:3 (48-52)
  • scroll saw hold down shoe: 9:3 (43-46)
  • shaper/saw fence: 3:2 (19-20)
  • shaper table (Dremel): 5:1 (22-27); 6:2 (47-49)
  • fine adjustment for shaper table: 7:1 (23-26)
  • single-flute molding cutter: 4:4 (1-4cf)
  • sliding tables for Micro-Lux and Preac Table Saws: 16:1 (3)
  • slitting saw fence, drill press: 3:4 (27)
  • socket chuck set (Dremel): 4:2 (10-15)
  • socket chuck set (Unimat): 4:2 (15-18)
  • spray / ventilation booth: 14:4 (16-19)
  • steady rest, lathe: 5:3 (2,27)
  • surfacer, TSC sanding: 14:1 (25-34,48)
  • table saw mitering jig: 17:2 (24)
  • tapering jig for table saw: 12:3 (39-43)
  • tool-maker's clamp (Panavise): 5:1 (39)
  • tool rest for small lathes: 9:4 (27-28)
  • tracer bit & holder: 4:2 (47)
  • transformer, multi-display workhorse: 7:3 (22-27)
  • water-cooling system (Unimat): 5:2 (49-50)
  • wiring channel router: 8:2 (43-48)
  • wood carver, power: 8:4 (31-35)
  • wood surfacer/thicknesser, disc: 4:4 (20-28)

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