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" The aggregate weight of iron in the roof trusses and girders is 5.000,000 pounds. This building being a temporary construction, the columns and trusses are so designed that they may be easily taken down and erected again at another site. The sides of... "
International Exhibition, 1876, Official Catalogue - Page 25
1876
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Journal, Volume 23

Industrial arts - 1875
...rule the columna are placed lengthwise of the building at i the uniform distance apart of 24 feet, and the sides of the building for the height of seven feet from the ground are finished with timber framed in panels between the columns, and above the seven feet with glazed sash. Portions of...
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American Enterprise: Burley's United States Centennial Gazetteer and Guide ...

Sylvester W. Burley - Centennial Exhibition - 1876 - 882 pages
...consist of straight raftere with struts and tie-bars. The aggregate weight of iron in the roof-trusses and girders is 5.000,000 pounds. This building being...panels between the columns. Above the seven feet, with jrlazed sash. Portions of the sash are movable for ventilation. The roofcovering is of tin upon sheathing...
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Official Catalogue: Complete in One Volume. I. Main Building. II. Department ...

United States Centennial Commission - Centennial Exhibition - 1876
...with struts and tie-bars. The aggregate weight of iron in the roof trasses and girders is 5,000,000 pounds. This building being a temporary construction,...The sides of the building, for the height of seven fleet from the ground, are finished with brickwork in panels between the columns ; above the seven...
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The Englishman's illustrated guide book to the United States and Canada ...

Englishman - 1876 - 179 pages
...length. Their aggregate weight is 2,200,000 Ibs. The sides of the building for the height of 7 ft. from the ground are finished with brickwork in panels between the columns. Above the 7 ft. with glazed sash. Portions of the sash are moveable for ventilation. The roof covering is of...
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The American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary for General Knowledge, Volume 13

George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1883
...of wrought-iron columns, which support wrought-iron roof trusses. The sides for the height of 7 ft. from the ground are finished with brickwork in panels between the columns, and above this with glazed sash. The art gallery is situated on the " Lansdowne plateau," N. of the...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

Electronic journals - 1875
...with struts and tie-bars. The aggregate weight of iron in the roof trusses and girders is 5,000,000 pounds. This building being a temporary construction...sides of the building for the height of seven feet frutn the ground are finished with brickwork in pannels between the columns. Above the seven feet,...
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