Make your own free website on Tripod.com

 U

A  

 

USA Historic Preservation

 

BASEBOARDS TYPE 1(2)  Scale: Actual Size

USA. Source: Publications

John Brown House
Providence, RI
1786

Room Height=11'-10" 
Baseboard Height=9 3/4"

Early Architecture of Rhode Island 
The National Historical Society 
Harrisburg, PA 1987, P. 233 

Dorsey House 
New Brownsville 
Washington County, PA 
1787

Base Height=9" 
Room Height=10'-9"

The Early Architecture 
of Western Pennsylvania 
by
Charles Morse Storz, A.I.A. 
University of Pittsburgh Press 
Pittsburgh, 1955

The Showden-Long 
House 
Laurel, Maryland 
1795

Room Height= 11'-1"
Baseboard Height=11 1/4"

Early American Southern Homes 
The National Historical Society 
Harrisburg, PA 1987, P. 23

Source: Author's Collection
Lemon Hill Mansion 
Fairmount Park 
Philadelphia, PA 
1799

Room Height=13'-4"
Baseboard Height=6"

The Cowles Lewis House
Farmington, Connecticut 
1803 

Room Height=8'-8" 
Baseboard Height=5 1/4" 

Homes of New York and Connecticut 
The National Historical Society 
Harrisburg, PA 1987, P. 158

Jonathan Woodbrodge House 
Worthington, Massachusetts 
1806 

Room Height=9'-9 1/2" 
Base Height=8"

Survey of Warly American Design 
A Publication of 
The National Historical Society 
Harrisburg, 1987, P. 187

Source
Tucher House 
Salem ................
1806

Room Height=? 
Base Height=9"

Source
The James Brice House 
Annapolis, Maryland 
Date

Room Height=13'-0" 
Base Height=7"

MUSEUM - TRAVEL
PRESERVATION - ARHCISURVEY

Wallpaper - Gateways - Necropolis - Landscape

Splinters Home

Please email to: vera.igor@gmail.com