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20. WINDOW FRAMES AND SASH AND GLAZING

See window schedule,

All sash to be of APCO aluminum installed complete with all necessary hardware and glazed with B quality or better flat drawn glass, puttied securely in place. All aluminum sash to come with prefitted screens. See screens.

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Alternate for white pine windows. See window schedule.

21. ROOF

Cover the entire roof with Carey's, Flintkote, Johns-Manville or equal asphalt shingles, 210 pound, 3 to strip, put on according to manufacturer's directions. Lay 15-pound building paper on sheathing before laying shingles. Flash where necessary with 26-gage galvanized iron. Color or blend of shingles selected by owner.

Roof valleys shall be lined with 85 pound slate-coated cap sheets, using a 12inch strip on bottom and a 20-inch strip on top.

22. INTERIOR WOOD WORK

All interior woodwork to be yellow pine B grade, Dierks or equal. All millwork to he well seasoned and all nails properly set. All interior finish to be free from defects, blemishes, etc., and hammer marks.

All interior trim to be as indicated on details. Put up shelves in all closets as required by drawings. Construct all cabinets as indicated on drawings. Put picture mould in corridor No. 1, vestibule and reception room. Install wainscot mould in kitchens.

All casings, window stools, aprons, to be detailed.

All interior finish to be sandpapered smooth by carpenter before finish is applied.

23. CLOSETS, DOORS, ETC. Wardrobe closets to be furnished by owner.

All exterior doors to have cylinder locks and night latches with 3 butts and doorcheck closers (and bathroom doors). All exterior doors except service condor to have push guards. All double-acting doors to have floor hinges and push plates.

All interior doors to be hung with 2 pairs of butts and to have 3-tumbler mortise locks and neat knobs and trimmings. All interior doors to hare door bumpers. Bathroom doors to lock on inside, but with key to unlock on outside, also for men and ladies public toilet.

Master key all exterior doors.
Master key all bedroom doors.

24. FLOORING

See room-finish schedule for floors.

All asphalt tile shall be 9- by 9. by 316-inch Johns-Manville, Armstrong's, or equal, laid according to manufacturer's directions. Patterns selected by owner.

All ceramic tile to be laid in first-class manner; 4. by 4-inch tile for showers and tub closures. Basket weave pattern or similar for floors. Clean all floors in a satisfactory manner upon completion.

25. STAIRS

Install Bessler or equal disappearing stairs 30 inches wide as shown on plans.

26. EXTERIOR PAINTING All exterior woodwork to be painted three coats of Sherwin-Williams or Pittsburgh best exterior paint, color as selected, or equal paint. Putty all nailholes and cracks after first coat. Clean paint from windows, hardware, etc., upon completion.

27. INTERIOR PAINTING AND DECORATING Al woodwork in workshop, boilerroom, and laundry same as exterior painting; three coats.

All other interior woodwork painted 3 coats, 2 coats of flat and 1 coat of enamel, semigloss. For last coat in bathrooms, diet kitchens, utility rooms, ladies' and men's toilets use high-gloss enamel.

Walls and ceilings of all baths, toilets, diet kitchen, and utility rooms painted
1 coat of primer-sealer, 1 coat of flat, and 1 coat of high-gloss enamel.

All other interior walls and ceilings, except workshop and boilerroom, to be
painted two coats of rubber-base interior wall paint.
Use Sherwin-Williams, Pittsburgh, or equal paints.

All painting to be done in a satisfactory manner. All nailholes puttied, and paint cleaned from windows, hardware, etc.

28. HARDWARE

Allow the sum of $800 for finsh hardware to be set by contractor.

29. METALWORK

Install 36- by 36-inch galvanized-iron louvre with manually operated shutter in boiler room.

All galvanized-iron work painted 1 coat of aluminum paint and 2 coats of lead and oil, colors are selected. Iron and steel to be given one coat of black graphite. Install approved galvanized-iron vent for hot-water tank in laundry.

Flash and counterflash around flues and other openings with 26-gage galvanized iron.

30. ELECTRIC WIRING
To be under separate specifications and contract.

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31. SCREENS

Screen all exterior doors with 16-mesh alumium.

All screen-door stiles to be 148-inch white pine with metal grilles in bottom panel. Paint all woodwork three coats of exterior paint.

Screen doors to have two pairs of brass butts, brass latches, and screen-door closers separate from hardware allowance.

All windows to be equipped with aluminum-frame prefitted screens furnished by manufacturer of the windows. Screen mesh for windows to be 16-mesh aluminum. Paint all screens three coats of paint, same color as exterior woodWork in event wood screens are used instead of aluminum.

All attic louvres shall have 16-mesh galvanized-iron screening securely nailed to back of same, and removable 58-inch plywood backs.

32. WEATHERSTRIPS AND CALKING All exterior doors weatherstripped. Figure standard rib-type weatherstrips. All exterior doors to have spring bronze sides and tops with 444-inch bronze interlocking threshold. Calk all windows according to manufacturer's directions.

33. INSULATION AND SOUNDPROOFING Install 4 inches of rock wool between ceiling joints.

34. ACCESSORIES Two towel racks, chrome, 1 recessed toilet paper holder and 1 recessed soap dish for each bathroom.

35. LINOLEUM Kitchen and diet kitchen cabinets to receive 14-inch thick linoleum for back end and top, Armstrong or equal, put on with chromium strips.

36. ATTIC FANS Install Hunter 20,000 cubic feet per minute attic fans with automatic shutters complete. See floor plan.

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20. WINDOW FRAMES AND SASH AND GLAZING See window schedule.

All sasb to be of APCO aluminum installed complete with all necessary hardware and glazed with B quality or better flat drawn glass, puttied securely in place. All aluminum sash to come with prefitted screens. See screens,

Alternate for white pine windows. See window schedule.

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21. ROOF

Cover the entire roof with Carey's, Flintkote, Johns-Manville or equal asphalt shingles, 210 pound, 3 to strip, put on according to manufacturer's directions. Lay 15-pound building paper on sheathing before laying shingler Flash where necessary with 26-yage galvanized iron. Color or blend of shingles selected by owner.

Roof valleys shall be lined with 85 pound slate-coated cap sheets, using a 12inch strip on bottom and a 20-inch strip on top.

22. INTERIOR WOODWORK All interior woodwork to he yellow pine B grade, Dierks or equal. All millwork to be well seasoned and all nails properly set. All interior finish to be free from defects, blemishes, etc., and hammer marks.

All interior trim to be as indicated on details. Put up shelves in all closets as required hy drawings. Construct all cabinets as indicated on drawings. Put picture mould in corridor No. 1, vestibule and reception room. Install wainscot inould in kitchens. All casings, window stools, aprons, to be detailed.

All interior finish to be sandpapered smooth by carpenter before finish is applied.

23. CLOSETS, DOORS, ETC. Wardrobe closets to be furnished by owner.

All exterior doors to have cylinder locks and night latches with 3 butts and doorcheck closers (and bathroom doors). All exterior doors except service comdor to have push guards. All double-acting doors to have floor hinges and push plates,

All interior doors to be hung with 2 pairs of butts and to have 3-tumbler mortise locks and neat knobs and trimmings. All interior doors to have door bumpers. Bathroom doors to lock on inside, but with key to unlock on outside, also for men and ladies public toilet.

Master key all exterior doors,
Muster key all bedroom doors.

24. FLOORING See room fish schedule for floors.

All asphalt tile shall be 9. hy g- hy ge-inch Johns-Manville, Armstrong's, or equal, Inid according to manufacturer's directions. Patterns selected by owner.

All ceramic tile to be laid in first-class manner; 4. by 4-inch tile for showers and tub closures. Basket weave pattern or similar for foors. Clean all tloors in a satisfactory manner upon completion.

25. STAIRS Install Bessler or equal disappearing stairs 30 inches wide as shown on plans.

26. EXTERIOR PAINTING All exterior woodwork to be painted three coats of Sherwin-Williams or Pittsburgh best exterior paint, color as selected, or equal paint. Putty all nailholes and cracks after first coat. Clean paint from windows, hardware, etc., upon completion.

37. INTERIOR PAINTING AND DECORATING All woodwork in workshop, bollerroom, and laundry same as exterior painting: three coats.

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All other interior woodwork painted 3 coats, 2 coats of flat and 1 coat of
eminel, semigloss. For last coat in bathrooms, diet kitchens, utility rooms,
ladies' and men's toilets use high-gloss enamel.

Walls and ceilings of all baths, toilets, diet kitchen, and utility rooms painted
I coat of primer-sealer, 1 coat of flat, and 1 coat of high-gloss enamel.

All other interior walls and ceilings, except workshop and boilerroom, to be
painted two coats of rubber-base interior wall paint.
L'ee Sherwin-Williams, Pittsburgh, or equal paints.
All painting to be done in a satisfactory manner. All nailholes puttied, and
paint cleaned from windows, hardware, etc.

28. HARDWARE

Allow the sum of $800 for finsh hardware to be set by contractor.

29. METALWORK

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Install 36- by 36-inch galvanized-iron louvre with manually operated shutter
in boiler room.

All galvanized-iron work painted 1 coat of aluminum paint and 2 coats of lead
and oil, colors are selected. Iron and steel to be given one coat of black graphite.
Install approved galvanized-iron vent for hot-water tank in laundry.
Flash and counterflash around flues and other openings with 26-gage galvanized
Iron.

30. ELECTRIC WIRING

To be under separate specifications and contract.

81. SCREENS

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Screen all exterior doors with 16-mesh alumium.
All screen-door stiles to be 14-inch white pine with metal grilles in bottom
panel. Paint all woodwork three coats of exterior paint.
Screen doors to have two pairs of brass butts, brass latches, and screen-door
closers separate from hardware allowance.

All windows to be equipped with aluminum-frame prefitted screens furnished
hy manufacturer of the windows. Screen mesh for windows to be 16-mesh
aluminum. Paint all screens three coats of paint, same color as exterior wood-
work in event wood screens are used instead of aluminum.

All attic louvres shall have 16-mesh galvanized-iron screening securely nailed to back of same, and removable 56-inch plywood backs.

32. WEATHERSTRIPS AND CALKING

All exterior doors weatherstripped. Figure standard rib-type weatherstrips.
All exterior doors to have spring bronze sides and tops with 414-inch bronze
interlocking threshold.
Calk all windows according to manufacturer's directions.

33. INSULATION AND SOUNDPROOFING

Install 4 inches of rock wool between ceiling joints.

34. ACCESSORIES Two towel racks, chrome, 1 recessed toilet paper holder and 1 recessed soapdish for each bathroom.

35. LINOLEUM

Kitchen and diet kitchen cabinets to receive 1/4-inch thick linoleum for back end and top, Armstrong or equal, put on with chromium strips,

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36. ATTIO FANS

Install Hunter 20,000 cubic feet per minute attic fans with automatic shutters complete. See floor plan.

37. STOVE HOOD

Install 48-inch wide Vent-a-Hood or equal, complete, over stove with vent through roof installed in a satisfactory manner.

Alternate: Trade Wind motor fan hood and vent.

38. TOILET ROOM AND UTILITY ROOM VENTS

Install in ceiling of men's toilet room and the two utility rooms each a 6 by 6-inch multiblade shutter grille with 8-inch galvanized iron vent stock through roof with 8-inch turbine vent. Allen type A.

39. PLUMBING, HEATING, AND ELECTRIO WORK Under separate specifications and contract.

40. ADDENDA

ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS General conditions

The contractor estimating this work shall carefully examine all plans and read all specifications, as he will be bound by all things therein affecting his work, no matter under what heading it may appear.

The drawings and specifications are intended to be cooperative, and work or material called for in the drawings and not specified in the specifications or vice versa, are to be furnished or done in a faithful and thorough manner as if fully treated by both.

All work to be done in strict accordance with the requirements of the National Board of Fire Underwriters and City of Memphis Code, a certificate of approval must be furnished the architect before work will be accepted. Method of wiring

All wiring in the building must be run in conduit regardless of operating voltage. Conduits in entire installation shall form a complete raceway from distribution panel to all outlets. All conduits must be concealed. The size of conduit shall be as required by National Electrical Code for rubber-covered wire. Outlets

Each switch, light, receptacle and other outlets throughout the building, as shown on plans, shall be provided with an approved outlet box of heavy metal. Outlet boxes in all cases shall be firmly fastened to the structure of the building with approved hangers. Switches

Switches to be Bryant No. 3951 single-pole, 3955, 3-way, where 2 or more switches are shown, they must be ganged under 1 plate, plates to be selected by architect. Rereptables

Receptacles to be Bryant No. 4832, not more than six to a circuit, plates to be selected by architect. Wire

Wire smaller than No. 12 B. and S. gage shall not be used. The size of wire and conduit for all purposes must be as called for in the specifications and according to national and city code. Panel and service

Service to be 110/220-volt single phase. Install a 400-ampere, 3-pole, 2-fuse maio line switch where shown on plans. From this switch, run three 600 MCM wires in 31-inch conduit to outside of building and install meter and service entrance as directed by Memphis Light, Gas and Water Division. The load side of the main switch shall be connected to a Trumbull convertifuse panel board with the following branches : One 200-ampere branch for panel c. One 200-ampere branch for panel B. One 60-ampere branch for panel A.

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