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Historic Preservation - Technical Procedures

Spectitle:

Selected Reading On Storm Windows

Procedure code:

0867001S

Source:

Preservation Technology Source Book

Division:

Doors And Windows

Section:

Storm Windows

Last Modified:

02/24/2012

Details:

Selected Reading On Storm Windows



SELECTED READING ON STORM WINDOWS


This standard includes a listing of some known sources that may be
referenced for additional information on specific issues relating
to this subject.


ARTICLES/PAPERS

-    Bock, Gordon.  "(The) Sash Window Balancing Act; Sash-Weight
         and Tape-Balance Systems."  The Old-House Journal,
         September/October 1989, pp. 31-34.

-    Fisher, Charles E.  "Windows No. 9:  Interior Storm Windows:
         Magnetic Seal."  Preservation Tech Notes.  Washington,
         D.C.:  Preservation Assistance Division, National Park
         Service, U.S. Department of the Interior; and, Atlanta:
         Georgia Institute of Technology, 1984.

-    Fisher, Charles E., and Christina Henry.  "Windows No. 15:
         Interior Storms for Steel Casement Windows."
         Preservation Tech Notes.  Washington, D.C.:  Preservation
         Assistance Division, National Park Service, U.S.
         Department of the Interior; and, Atlanta:  Georgia
         Institute of Technology, 1986.

-    Houze, William.  "Making and Hand-Fitting Wooden Storms."  The
         Old-House Journal, September 1989, pp. 22-26.

-    Labine, Clem.  "Storm Windows:  Avoiding the Moisture Trap."
         Traditional Building, September/October 1991, Vol. 4, No.
         5, pp. 26-30.

-    Muchenfuss, Laura A., and Charles E. Fisher.  "Windows No. 5:
         Interior Metal Storm Windows."  Preservation Tech Notes.
         Washington, D.C.:  Preservation Assistance Division,
         National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior;
         and, Atlanta:  Georgia Institute of Technology, 1984.

-    Poore, Patricia.  "Replacing Old Windows, Good News and Bad
         News."  The Old-House Journal, April 1982, pp. 71, 89-91.

-    ________.  "Storm Windows, Do You Really Need Them?"  The Old-
         House Journal, April 1982, pp. 71, 80-83.

-    Technical Staff, OHJ.  "Restoration Products News:  Interior
         Storm Windows; Unusual Glass; Shutters, Shades, & Blinds;
         Prime (Replacement) Windows; Storm Windows; Old-Fashioned
         Miscellany."  The Old-House Journal, April 1982, pp. 92-
         95.

-    ________.  "Talk to Me of Windows."  The Old-House Journal,
         April 1982, pp. 73-76.

-    Technical Staff, TB.  "Storm Windows:  Meeting the Needs of
         the Historic Market."  Traditional Building,
         September/October 1993, Vol. 6, No. 5, pp. 42-45.

-    Trissler, Wayne, and Charles E. Fisher.  "Windows No. 3:
         Exterior Storm Windows:  Casement Design Wooden Storm
         Sash."  Preservation Tech Notes.  Washington, D.C.:
         Preservation Assistance Division, National Park Service,
         U.S. Department of the Interior; and, Atlanta:  Georgia
         Institute of Technology, 1984.


BOOKS

-    Belle, John, John R. Hoke, and Stephen A. Kliment, eds.
         Traditional Details for Building Restoration, Renovation,
         and Rehabilitation; From the 1932-1951 Editions of
         "Architectural Graphic Standards".  New York:  John Wiley
         & Sons, Inc., 1991.

-    Fisher, Charles E., ed.  The Window Handbook:  Successful
         Strategies for Rehabilitating Windows in Historic
         Buildings.  Washington, D.C.:  The National Park Service,
         Georgia Institute of Technology, 1986.

-    ________.  The Window Workbook for Historic Buildings.
         Washington, D.C.:  Historic Preservation Education
         Foundation, 1986.

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