Rose and Gertrude Pauson house

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g.dorn
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Re: Rose and Gertrude Pauson house

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Did you notice the note in the the enclosed vent space - "paper lined duct"


and here is link to the duct drawing

https://library.artstor.org/#/asset/285 ... 6473132652


my guess is that they were thinking of including a form of refrigerated airconditioning.
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Matt2
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Re: Rose and Gertrude Pauson house

Post by Matt2 »

Wasn't there a planned addition extending perpendicular to the main mass? The result would have been a first floor L-shaped plan.

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Re: Rose and Gertrude Pauson house

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That's the rebuilt and expanded version of the house for which Jorgine Boomer was the client. Drawings here, beginning with item # 62, T.4707:

https://library.artstor.org/#/search/Wr ... e=2;sort=0

A couple more drawings for Boomer are found early on page one of the file.

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Re: Rose and Gertrude Pauson house

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SDR wrote:
Tue Mar 23, 2021 3:44 pm
That's the rebuilt and expanded version of the house for which Jorgine Boomer was the client. Drawings here, beginning with item # 62, T.4707:

https://library.artstor.org/#/search/Wr ... e=2;sort=0

A couple more drawings for Boomer are found early on page one of the file.
S
I'm almost glad the expanded version wasn't "rebuilt" ... for cousin Jorgine Rolvsdatter Boomer (1887-1971)

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