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Historic Preservation - Technical Procedures

Spectitle:

Selected Reading On Glazing

Procedure code:

0880001S

Source:

Preservation Technology Source Book

Division:

Doors And Windows

Section:

Glass & Glazing

Last Modified:

02/24/2012

Details:

Selected Reading On Glazing



SELECTED READING ON GLAZING


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

-    Anderson, Barbara.  "Decorative Glass Was Popular Design
         Feature."  Kansas Preservation, Vol. IX, No. 5 (July-
         August 1987), pp. 1,2,3.

-    ________.  "Decorative Glass Requires Regular Maintenance."
         Kansas Preservation, Vol. X, No. 1 (November-December
         1987), pp. 3-4.

-    Bock, Gordon.  "Stripping Paint from Windows Without Breaking
         the Glass."  The Old-House Journal, September/October
         1989, pp. 39-40.

-    Byrne, Richard O.  "Conservation of Historic Window Glass."
         APT Bulletin, Vol. XIII, No. 3, 1981, pp. 3-9.

-    Dragge, Allen.  "Working with an Art-Glass Studio."
         Traditional Building, January/February 1994, Vol. 7, No.
         1, pp. 76-81.

-    Fisher, Charles, E.  "Windows No. 2:  Installing Insulating
         Glass in Existing Steel 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.

-    ________.  "Windows No. 11:  Installing Insulating Glass in
         Existing Wooden Sash Incorporating the Historic Glass."
         Preservation Tech Notes.  Washington, D.C.:  Preservation
         Assistance Division, National Park Service, U.S.
         Department of the Interior; and, Atlanta:  Georgia
         Institute of Technology, 1985.

-    Heinz, Thomas A.  "Use and Repair of Zinc Cames In Art-Glass
         Windows."  The Old-House Journal, September/October 1989,
         pp. 35-38.

-    Kahn, Eve M.  "The Sparkling World of Art Glass", and "Art
         Glass Sourcelist."  Traditional Building, July/August
         1990, Vol. 3, No. 4, pp. 7-17.

-    Lynch, Michael F.  "Stained Glass Restoration."  APT Bulletin,
         Vol. XVIII, No. 4, 1986, pp. 8-9.

-    Parrot, Charles.  "Windows No. 6:  Replacement Wooden Sash and
         Frames with Insulating Glass and Integral Muntins."
         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.

-    Rambusch, Viggo B.S.  "Preservation and Restoration of Leaded
         Glass Windows."  APT Bulletin, Vol. XIII, No. 3, 1981,
         pp. 11-17.

-    Sloan, Julie L.  "Documentation of Stained Glass Window
         Restoration."  APT Bulletin, Vol. XV, No. 1, 1983, pp.
         13-19.

-    Technical Staff, National Park Service.  "The Preservation of
         Historic Pigmented Structural Glass (Vitrolite and
         Carrara Glass)."  Preservation Briefs #12.  Washington,
         D.C.:  U.S. Department of the Interior, 1984.

-    Vogel, Neal A., and Rolf Achilles.  "The Preservation and
         Repair of Historic Stained and Leaded Glass."
         Preservation Briefs #33.  Washington, D.C.:  U.S.
         Department of the Interior, 1993.


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.

-    Conservation and Restoration of Stained Glass:  An Owners'
         Guide.  The Census of Stained Glass Windows in America,
         1988.  (Order from:  Stained Glass Association, P.O. Box
         1531, Raleigh, NC  27602.)

-    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.

-    Weaver, Martin E., with F. G. Matero.  Conserving Buildings:
         Guide to Techniques and Materials.  New York:  John Wiley
         & Sons, Inc., 1993.

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