The windows in second story bay to be hung with Pullman side pattern balances, No. 16, (or Pullman tandem side pattern balances No. 1016).

All sash in box frames and glazed with plate glass, to be hung with 2-inch Norris bronze metal face, noiseless pulleys, No. 314A, Samson spot cord, No. 8, and iron weights carefully balanced, or to be hung with Queen overhead tape pulleys, 2-inch wheel, electro-bronze face, No. 16, Queen aluminum-bronze sash ribbon and iron weights carefully balanced, or to be hung with Gardner anti-friction square end pulleys, 2-inch wheel, bronze face, Gardner No. 4 sash ribbon, and iron weights carefully adjusted. Face of pulleys in hall, parlor, dining room and library to be finished to match the other hardware of the room. Should any of the frames be too short for iron weights to work properly, Raymond's compressed lead sash weights are to be used instead of the iron weights.

All other double-hung windows to be hung with 2-inch noiseless pulleys with turned iron wheel and square bronze plated (amber bronze) front; Samson spot cord (Silver Lake sash cord), No. 8 size for all weights of 15 pounds and over and No. 7 for lesser weights, and iron weights carefully adjusted.

Sash Locks and Lifts. - Trim the sashes throughout the second story with Ives cast bronze sash lock, No. 534 (Fitch sash locks, No. 24), and plain wrought (cast) bronze flush sash lifts, two on each lower sash, 30 inches wide and over, and one on all others. The lower sash of bay windows [see Section 242] to have combined sash lift and lock, Russell & Erwin, No. 0776. Put a Wilier plain bronze sash lift on each upper sash about 12 inches above the meeting rail.

One window in each second story chamber to be fitted with a No. 1405 Corbin bronze metal sash bolt, with three strikes. [For ventilation.]

All double-hung sash in third story and in rear portion of first story, to be 'trimmed with Ives No. 150 stamped bronze sash lock (Fitch lock, No. 22), and wrought bronze metal hook sash lifts, two to each lower sash, 30 inches wide and over and one on all others.

(Put Wilier sash lift or sash sockets on upper sash).

*The cheapest finish is "bronzed iron."

Stop Beads, - All stop beads of double-hung windows in first and second stories to be secured with (Taplin's) or (Climax) window stop adjuster finished to match the other hardware of the room and spaced about 12 inches apart.

Doors Under Windows. - Where there are doors below the sash they are to be hung with 3x3-inch light loose-pin solid bronze butts, ball-tipped. Provide for such doors one 4-inch bronze metal square cased bolt (or 4-inch bronze metal flush bolt) to go into the sill, one 2-inch real bronze cupboard turn at centre, and a flush lift and lock combined in bronze metal (Yale & Towne, No. 1349L), to go on the lower sash.