2. Wood And Lumber

Holtman, Dudley F. Wood Construction. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1929.

Factors affecting use of wood in construction (pp. 1-45); principal woods used in construction (pp. 115-39); light building construction (pp. 231-49).

National Lumber Manufacturers' Association. House Framing Details. Washington: The Association, 1929. Pp. 29.

Frame-construction diagrams.

Southern Pine Association. Safe and Permanent Frame Construction. New Orleans: The Association, n.d. Pp. 14.

U.S. Department of Commerce. Light Frame House Construction. Issued in cooperation with the National Committee on Wood Utilization of the Department of Commerce. Bull. 145. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1930. Pp. 216:

. (National Committee on Wood Utilization; obtainable from the Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.:

End-matched Softwood Lumber and Its Uses.

Grade Marking of Lumber for the Consumer's Protection.

The Marketing of Short-Length Lumber.

Seasoning, Handling, and Care of Lumber.

Treated Lumber: Its Uses and Economies.

Wall Boards and Insulating Boards.

For additional information on wood and lumber see also references in 1. General Information on Building Materials and Construction Practices.

3. Brick

American Face Brick Association. A Manual of Face Brick Construction.

Chicago: The Association, 1920. Pp. 115. Briggs, Howard L., and Carver, William. Practical Bricklaying. New York:

McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., 1924. Carver, William. Brick: How To Build and Estimate. Cleveland: Common Brick Manufacturers' Association of America, 1930. Pp. 95.

For additional information on brick see references in 1. General Information on Building Material and Construction Practices.

4. Concrete, Hollow Tile, Stucco, And Plaster

McMillan, F. R. Concrete Primer. Detroit: American Concrete Institute, 1928. Pp.48. National Council for Better Plastering. Better Plastering for Modern Homes. Chicago: The Council, n.d. Pp. 32. Portland Cement Association. Foundation Walls and Basements of Concrete.

Chicago: The Association, n.d. Pp. 24. Structural Clay Tile Association. Structural Clay Tile Manual. Chicago:

The Association, n.d. Pp. 62. U.S. Bureau of Standards. Durability of Stucco and Plaster Construction.

Technologic Papers of the Bureau of Standards, No. 70. Washington:

Government Printing Office, 1917. Pp. 74. ______Stucco Investigations at the Bureau of Standards with Recommendations for Portland Cement Stucco Construction. Circular of the Bureau of Standards, No. 311. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1926. Pp. 34.

Information on tests, materials, stucco construction, mixing, finishes, and maintenance.

______Wall Plaster: Its Ingredients, Preparation, and Properties. Circular of the Bureau of Standards, No. 151. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1924. Pp. 66.

See also references in 1. General Information on Building Materials and Construction Practices.