2 edition of Replicating historic elevator enclosures found in the catalog.
Replicating historic elevator enclosures
Marilyn E Kaplan
|Statement||Marilyn E. Kaplan|
|Series||Preservation tech notes -- PTN-24. -- Mechanical systems -- no. 1, Preservation tech notes -- PTN-24, Preservation tech notes -- no. 1|
|Contributions||United States. National Park Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 p. :|
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Get this from a library. Replicating historic elevator enclosures. [Marilyn E Kaplan; United States. National Park Service. Preservation Assistance Division.]. Replicating Historic Elevator Enclosures Marilyn E. Kaplan, AlA Director of Historic Preservation Cannon The replication of historic elevator enclosures can be an important component of the restoration plans for significant public spaces.
iron. Cite this Record. Replicating Historic Elevator Enclosures. Marilyn E. Kaplan. Preservation Tech Notes: Mechanical Systems,1. Washington, DC: national park service.
Northwestern University Library's 'Elevator and the City' exhibit website. Images Replicating historic elevator enclosures book information about elevator's place in history and its impact on culture and the arts. From an exhibit that occurred at Northwestern University Library, January Ma Lifted: A Cultural History of the Elevator by Andreas Bernard, translated Replicating historic elevator enclosures book David Dollenmayer, made the technical aspects of elevators as well as their cultural importance a page-turner.
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Preservation by Topic. Technical Preservation Services has compiled this index to assist users in finding the online and printed information that has been developed on the subjects of historic preservation, cultural landscapes, and the rehabilitation of historic buildings.
19th Century Elevators. From about the middle of the 19th century, elevators were powered, often steam-operated, and were used for transporting materials in factories, mines, andtwo architects named Burton. Preservation Tech Note: Preserving Historic Office Building Corridors; Preservation Tech Note: Preserving Historic Corridor Doors and Glazing in Highrise Buildings; Elevators.
Preservation Tech Note: Replicating Historic Elevator Enclosures; Floorplans. Interpreting the Standards 6: Significant Spaces: Preserving Historic Church Interiors. For a historic restoration elevator project, you might replicate your elevator’s original cab or replace it with an antique salvage cab to replace an earlier inappropriate modern renovation.
However, be careful not to falsify history by installing an elevator that is. - Explore Boyd Bryant's board "Elevator Door Graphics" on Pinterest.
See more ideas about Elevator door, Elevator design, Design pins. (d) for elevators with a rise greater than 30 m ( ft), be duplicated as follows: (1) one device shall be mounted on the car (2) a second device shall be placed at the desig-nated level Emergency or Standby Power System Where an emergency or standby power system is pro-vided to operate an elevator in the event of normal.
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The three year restoration of this National Historic Landmark, completed inincluded the replication of the historic elevator enclosures on the first two floors within the significant lobby spaces.
When constructed, the ' building was the tallest in the City of Buffalo. Lifted: A Cultural History of the Elevator The United States was the first country to make domestic use of the elevator. Its immense tenement apartments could only be so tall if people were going to take the stairs.
Initially, elevators were used mostly to haul heavy freight up and down. Otis changed all that. The real inventor was Otis Tufts, but history is generally /5(10). Algae - Algae - Reproduction and life histories: Algae regenerate by sexual reproduction, involving male and female gametes (sex cells), by asexual reproduction, or by both ways.
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