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ART = article, BR = book review, CF = computer forum, COMP = compilation, ED = editorial, FT = final touch, IT = investigative techniques, LTR = letter, MAIN = maintenance, NOTE = noted in, (N) [appears after ART or BR] = materials published in the APT newsletter between 1969 and 1975, OP = opinion, PE = preservation education, PP = preservation planning, REPR = reprint, SPEC = specifications, TN = technical notes

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WOOD CONSTRUCTION

Heavy Timber Framing in Late-Nineteenth-Century Commercial and Industrial Buildings by Sara E. Wermiel, ART XXXV-1-04, pp. 55-60

Historic Carpentry in Europe: Discoveries and Potential by Milos Drdácky, Vít Mlázovsky, and Petr Ruzicka, ART XXXV-2/3-04, pp. 33-41

Historic Checklist of the Pines of Eastern North America by Charles van Ravenswaay, published in Winterthur Portfolio 7, rev. by Robert C. Mack, BR VI-2-74, pp. 4-5

Investigation of Painted Wood at Mission San Miguel Arcangel in California by Douglas W. Porter, Ronald W. Anthony, and Kimberly D. Dugan, ART XLII-4-11, pp. 13-19

Lateral Bracing in Covered Bridges and the Naturally Curved Knee by Jan Leo Lewandoski, ART XXXV-4-04, pp. 37-42

Lifting and Moving Wooden Buildings: A Low Tech Approach by Andrew Powter and Giovanni Castellarin, ART XVIII-1/2-86, pp. 87-94

Methods for the Preservation of French Colonial Poteaux en Terre (Posts-in-Ground) Houses by Jeremy C. Wells, ART XXXIV-2/3-03, pp. 55-61

Modern Continuity: Seattle's Magnolia Branch Library Renovation and Addition by David Strauss, ART XLII-2/3-11, pp. 15-20

Notches of All Kinds, A Book of Timber Joinery, by B. Allen Mackie, rev. by Rodd L. Wheaton, BR XIII-4-81, p. 52

Notes on the Evolution of Timber Framing 1650-1856 by John I. Rempel, ART I-3-69, pp. 15-18

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