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MASONRY

Guidelines for Consolidants by Carolyn L. Searls and David P. Wessel, ART XXVI-4-95, pp. 41-44

Heritage Masonry: Materials and Structures, by Stavros Syngellakis, rev. by Justin M. Spivey, BR XLV𢴏4, p. 60

Installing Non-Corrosive Anchors in Old Masonry, Some Examples by Theodore H. M. Prudon, ART XI-3-79, pp. 61-76

Integrating Preservation and Hazard Mitigation for Unreinforced Masonry Buildings in Seattle by Manish Chalana and Jeana C. Wiser, XLIV-2/3-13, pp. 43-51

Introduction to Early American Masonry: Stone, Brick, Mortar and Plaster by Harley J. McKee, rev. by John M. Dickey, BR VI-1-74, p. 5

Laboratory Tests and Evaluation of Proposed Masonry Treatments by A. Elena Charola, ART XXVI-4-95, pp. 35-39

Lead Abatement and Tuck-pointing at Parrington Hall by David Strauss and Cima Malek-Aslani, LTR XXVII-4-96, p. 2

Lime Treatments: Lime Watering and Shelter Coating of Friable Historic Masonry by John Fidler, ART XXVI-4-95, pp. 50-56

Masonry Cladding of Iron- and Steel-Frame Buildings, 1880-1940: A Destructive Relationship by Richard I. Ortega, ART XLIII-4-12, pp. 23-31

Masonry in Retrospect: Mortar-Strength Experiments Conducted in France in 1834 by by Alan P. Eddy, ART XXVII-4-96, pp. 16-17

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