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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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NADERI, Jody R.

The Boulevard Book: History, Evolution, Design of Multiway Boulevards by Allan B. Jacobs, Elizabeth Macdonald, and Yodan Rofe, BR XXXIII-2/3-02, pp. 77-78

NAEVE, Milo M.

Identifying American Furniture, A Pictorial Guide to Styles and Terms, Colonial to Contemporary, rev. by Martin E. Weaver, BR XIV-4-82, {c}p. 49; {d}also XV-1-83, {e}p. 29

NAFTEL, W.

The Open Gate: Toronto's Union Station by Richard Bebout, BR V-3-73, p. 111

NAILS AND SPIKES

'Mechanic Geniuses and Duckies,' A Revision of New England's Cut Nail Chronology before 1820 by Maureen K. Phillips, ART XXV-3/4-94, pp. 4-16

Most Significant Reference Document: A List of Nails and Spikes Required for the Service of the Office of Ordnance, 17 March 1813, excerpted from "Supplying Building Materials to the British Army in the Colonies: An Illustrated Document" by Susan Buggey, foreword by Martin E. Weaver, {A}REPR VIII-3-76, pp. 88-118

Cut Nail Manufacture: Southwestern Pennsylvania by Ronald L. Michael, ART VI-1-74, p. 99-108

History Swings on a Poorly Described Hinge: Reflections on the State of Research in Building Hardware by Peter J. Priess, ART III-4-71, pp. 31-39

Mechanic Geniuses and Duckies Redux: Nail Makers and Their Machines by Maureen K. Phillips, ART XXVII-1/2-96, pp. 47-56

See also Hardware,

Wire Nails in North America by Peter J. Priess, ART V-4-73, p. 87-92

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