The Carpenters Company 1786 Rule Book by Charles E. Peterson

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FormatHardcover
Number of Pages47
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Open LibraryOL8676693M
ISBN 10187933528X
ISBN 109781879335288
OCLC/WorldCa27076305

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In early America, this rule book was reportedly a well-guarded secret. On spine: The Carpenters' Company rule book. Description: xxiii, xv, 47, [35] pages, 35 pages of plates: illustrations ; 21 cm: Other Titles: Articles of the Carpenters Company of Philadelphia and their rules for measuring and valuing house-carpenters work: Responsibility: annotated, with an introduction, by Charles E.

Peterson. For example, the Carpenters' Company in Philadelphia reissued its price book in,and Rule books have long provided insights into the development of American architecture from the Colonial period to the Civil War.

THE RULE BOOK The basis for business among the members of The Carpenter’s Company was a small book, copies of which were discovered in the early s by Charles Peterson, an architect and a historian, while he was crawling through the attic of Carpenter’s Hall. In early America, this rule book was reportedly a well-guarded secret.

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Reprint/reissue date Original date Note On spine: The Carpenters' Company rule book. First published in under title: Articles of the Carpenters Company of Philadelphia: and their rules for measuring and valuing house-carpenters work.

Their credo found expression in the Carpenters' Company Rule Book which used a form of "unit pricing" to set the cost of every stage in construction. Bricks were not imported, they were made in local brickyards.

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Originally from THE CARPENTERS' COMPANY OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA - RULE BOOK, printed by Hall and Sellers,Philadelphia, Pa.

Currently from TULSA ANNALS Tulsa Genealogical Society, Tulsa, OK, Vol. XI, MayNo. 2, Page Carpenters' Company, at the front house on their lot, at 5 o'clock this evening, to take into consideration several matters of the utmost importance to the Company, when a rule is to be proposed for paying quarterages and fines in some proportion to the depreciation of money.

OCTOBER 18tli, The archives of the Carpenters’ Company contain an almost unbroken series of records documenting the history of the Company from the fifteenth century to the present day. Earliest documents The earliest surviving Company document in the Company’s ownership is.

Seven years later the Friendship Company of Carpenters merged with its larger rival, the Carpenters' Company. The result: the " Rule Book," one of the earliest works on American architecture. Thomas Nevell supplied 37 drawings for this unique volume, which illustrates, describes and sets prices to be charged for components of a building.

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Articles of the Carpenters Company of Philadelphia: and their rules for measuring and valuing house-carpenters work Published: () The constitution of the incorporated Practical House Carpenters' Society of the City and County of Philadelphia together with rules & regulations for measuring & valuing house carpenters' work, An illustration of an open book.

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Carpenters of the Colonial Era were architects as well as builders. The Company published a book of rules and prices and architectural designs called Articles and Rules in Only members of the Carpenters' Company were allowed to see the book.

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The papers include: minutes,; minutes of the Managing Committee and Committee of Seven, ; rough minutes of the Managing Committee, ; minutes of the Wardens, (with some gaps); roll of members, ; price books,ca., ; Price Book Committee minutes,; price book of the Second Carpenters' Company.

PHOTOCOPIES OF TITLE PAGE, BOOKPLATE, MEMBERSHIP CERTIFICATE AND PLATES ILLUSTRATING EXAMPLES OF CARPENTERS' WORK PUBLISHED IN ARTICLES OF THE CARPENTERS' COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA AND THEIR RULES FOR MEASURING AND VALUING HOUSE CARPENTERS' WORK (Philadelphia: Hall and Sellars, ). - Carpenters' Company, Rule Book.

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Ellwood Chapman, Philadelphie, ): Large 8vo. The Carpenters’ Company received its first Royal Charter inand in was ranked 26 in order of precedence out of the 48 City Livery Companies then existing. The Company’s considerable influence over the building trade reduced after the Great Fire ofwhen.

Carpenters were architects as well as builders in those days, it should be noted. The Company published a book of rules and prices for its members in Articles and Rules was also a pattern book, and its use was restricted to members of the Carpenters' Company who faced expulsion if they showed it to outsiders.

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The Carpenters aided the leaders of the American Revolution by offering them the use of Carpenters' Hall. It was here that the First Continental Congress gathered in to air their grievances against Great Britain. Carpenters' Hall is a part of Independence National Historical Park, but is still owned and operated by the Carpenters' Company.

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Michael wakes up in the hospital with a bandage on his head and fear in his heart. The stress of building a growing business, with his wife Sarah, caused him to collapse while on a morning jog.Carpentry is a skilled trade and a craft in which the primary work performed is the cutting, shaping and installation of building materials during the construction of buildings, ships, timber bridges, concrete formwork, etc.

Carpenters traditionally worked with natural wood and did the rougher work such as framing, but today many other materials are also used and sometimes the finer trades of.

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