Project Index

 

The TSC Project Index

Volumes 1 (1976/77) – Volume 20 (1995-1996)

Note: Each listing has two links: one to an image of the project,
and the second to the issue in the online catalog. This list does not include
the projects from the Cabinetmaker’s Guides at this time.

Accessories

  • andiron (16th C): 10:4 (47)
  • andiron (17th-18th C): 10:4 (48)
  • broom (tired) and dustpan: 13:2 (23)
  • “Balky Pinto” pull toy (Wards, 1929): 8:1 (10-11)
  • bed wrench: 11:3 (23)
  • billiard rack, contemporary: 17:1 (44)
  • books, multi-volume set: 1:2 (25)
  • books, single volume: 1:2 (9)
  • butter paddle: 19:2 (42)
  • cabbage cutter, operating: 12:2 (23)
  • candle holder, Shaker: 16:1 (36,40)
  • candle shelf, Colonial: 8:1 (11)
  • candlestand (c. 17th C): ECK (35-36)
  • chenille rug: 3:2 (15)
  • coffee sack rugs: 1:3 (30)
  • corner cabinet, bow front: 17:4 (45-47)
  • corner what-not: 17:4 (44-45)
  • curio shelf: 19:2 (45-46)
  • dart board and cabinet: 17:2 (37-39)
  • dish rack, wire: 9:2 (40-44)
  • doorbell and chime: (Part 1) 11:4 (25-28,32)
  • easel, parlor (Late Victorian): 13:3 (iii)
  • extension ladder, 20 foot: 18:2 (17-22)
  • family room accessories (c. 1970s): 3:3 (13-14)
  • fern stand (Greene and Greene, c. 1907): 20:2 (23-24)
  • fireirons: 10:4 (48)
  • fireplace fixtures (Tudor, c. 16th C): ECK (36-37, 40)
  • gumball machine (c. 1930): 9:4 (19-25)
  • hanging spool rack, Shaker: 16:3 (14-15)
  • hobby horse riding stick: 16:3 (39-40)
  • infant walker-trainer: 17:2 (17-19)
  • kitchen clock shelf: 17:3 (47-48, C3)
  • lampshade: 3:3 (14)
  • magazine rack (c. 1920’s): 13:3 (47)
  • match safes (c. 1859-1950). 11:1 (5-9)
  • matches, wooden safety: 11:1 (9)
  • mirror, Cushman (c. 1941): 12:1 (13-14)
  • mirror, dresser (Chippendale, c. 1920): 19:1 (16-19)
  • New England pipe box: 8:3 (56)
  • niddy-noddy: 17:1 (48)
  • open wall box (Colonial): 8:2 (18)
  • pen wiper (Victorian): 1:2 (41)
  • phonograph, Edison Cygnet Cylinder (c. 1907): 13:4 (30-38)
  • picture frame: 11:3 (23)
  • plastic pipe patio furniture: 2:4 (54-55)
  • popcorn popper: 9:3 (31-34)
  • pumps, yard and pitcher: 9:1 (36-42)
  • sewing box: 13:4 (23,48)
  • shelf, kitchen utility (c. 1930): 9:1 (22)
  • simulated books: 1:2 (9, 25)
  • soap saver (c. 1900): 10:2 (22-23)
  • soap saver (c. 1925-1940): 10:2 (20-22)
  • spoon rack with box: 8:3 (56)
  • straight pen, 19th C.: 1:2 (19)
  • stereoscope, parlor (c. 1900): 8:5 (36-38)
  • tavern shelf: 19:2 (43-44, 46)
  • twirling boy and girl toy (c. 1904): 8:2 (9)
  • vacuum cleaner, hand pump: 10:1 (18-23)
  • vacuum, Hoover “Model O” (c. 1908): 11:2 (25-29)
  • wall boxes: 17:2 (40-43)
  • wall rack, Shaker: 11:3 (23)
  • wall shelf, Southwest (c. 18th): 17:1 (38-40)
  • wall shelves: 12:4 (21-24)
  • washtub and water bucket, Colonial: 8:5 (14-15)
  • wastebasket, split bamboo (cardstock): 1:3 (16)

Architecture

  • Charlton House (kitbash, Colonial): (Part 1) 4:3 (19-26); (Part 2) 4:4 (41-46); (Part 3) 5:2 (45-48)
  • Coal Shed (housing for power supply): 8:6 (25-33)
  • Colonial (kitbash, Housework): 3:1 (4-10)
  • Cotswold Cottage (c. 1930): (Part 1) 10:4 (25-32 + insert); (Part 2) 11:1 (36-44); (Part 3) 11:2 (12-20)
  • Federal Row House (kitbash): 2:4 (4-18)
  • Green Window House (19th C. Kansas City): 8:1 (25-33)
  • Italianate Depot, 1/4 scale (Christiansburg, VA, c. 1868): 9:3 (18-23 + insert)
  • Italianate Victorian House, 1/4 scale (Kansas City, c. Late 19th Century): 8:4 (25-30+insert)
  • New England Shed, c. 1930: 9:2 (7-13)
  • Store Building, Victorian (Part 1) 6:4 (29-37): (Part 2) 7:1 (29-35); (Part 3) 7:3 (4-10)
  • Whitman House (Connecticut Colonial, c. 1660): 1:1 (27-43); 1:2 (42-57); 1:3 (17-28); 1:4 (3-19)

Kitbashing

  • 1905 Bathroom Fixtures (Chrysnbon): 19:4 (25-32)
  • bedroom, Colonial (Shenandoah Designs): 11:2 (30-35)
  • bedroom set (Realife): 4:2 (32-33)
  • bed, lattice: 6:1 (10-14)
  • cabinet, kitchen (Realife) 1:4 (37-41)
  • cabinet, kitchen (X-Acto): 1:3 (55-59)
  • car, 1937 Cord (Lesney/AMT): 5:1 (5-9)
  • chair, Chippendale arm (X-acto): 2:1 (36-38)
  • chair, side & shelf (X-Acto): 5:1 (35-38); 6:2 (33-35)
  • chair, Chippendale wing (X-acto): 2:1 (39-43)
  • chair, Chippendale/Queen Anne wing (Realife): 2:4 (32-36)
  • chest, modern (Americana): 1:2 (35-36)
  • chest, serpentine (X-Acto): 5:4 (37-39)
  • dining room set (Realife): 4:2 (33-34)
  • dining room set (Queen Anne, Realife): 8:6 (34-39)
  • dining room set (X-Acto): 4:4 (35-37)
  • dry sink (X-Acto): 1:3 (55-59)
  • family room accessories (Realife): 3:3 (13-14)
  • ice box (Realife): 1:4 (35-37)
  • row house: (Part 1) 9:3 (7-13); (Part 2) 9:4 (10-18).
  • living room kit (Country; Realife): 8:2 (5-6)
  • lowboy (c. 1760-1780) (X-Acto): 2:2 (17-21)
  • parlor set (Realife): 4:2 (30-31)
  • piano & music stand, Victorian Renaissance, c. 1878 (Realife/Scientific): 3:2 (44-46)
  • daybed, Queen Anne fixed head (X-Acto): 6:2 (20)
  • range, kitchen (Realife): 1:4 (42-44)
  • range, Windsor Insulated Oven, c. 1930s (J. Hermes): 9:1 (9-14)
  • refrigerator, GE, c. 1930s (J. Hermes): 9:1 (6-9)
  • rocker, Boston, (c. 1830): 9:2 (21-22)
  • screen, lattice: 6:1 (10-14)
  • secretary (Realife): 1:1 (6-10); 1:2 (13-16)
  • settee, Queen Anne (Realife): 6:3 (27-28)
  • sink/pump, kitchen (Realife): 1:4 (44-46)
  • sofa, Chippendale (X-acto): 2:1 (39-43)
  • table, Queen Anne (X-Acto): 4:3 (29-32)
  • table, trestle and benches (Shenandoah Design): 9:2 (22)
  • tester bed (Realife): 3:4 (4-7)

Roomboxes

  • apartment, efficiency “lazy susan” (American Builder, c. 1920): (Part 1) 13:2 (25-35); (Part 2) 13:3 (5-11)
  • Bishop’s Livingroom (c. 1760): (Part 1) 15:1 (5-12); (Part 2) 15:2 (12-18, 22); (Part 3) 15:3 (17-24); (Conclusion) 15:4 (38-44)
  • Breakfast Nook (c. 1920’s) Display Box: 15:2 (42-48)
  • Colonial bed-sitting room: 2:3 (26-29), 2:4 (18-24); 3:2 (47-51)
  • farm kitchen, Early 20th C. (c. 1915): 2:1 (44-53)
  • Haywood Wakefield (c. 1949): 6:3 (4-9)
  • The Inglenook Room (c. 1910-1930): (Part 1) 20:1 (5-12); (Part 2) 20:2 (25-36)
  • Late Georgian: 3:2 (28-41); 3:3 (32-42); 3:4 (8-16); 4:1 (15-18)
  • livingroom & dining room (c. 1949): 6:3 (4-9)
  • kitchen, American, c. 1930s: 9:1 (4-22)
  • kitchen, “Turn of the Century” kit modification: 6:2 (22-26)
  • Southwestern American roombox (c. 17th C): (Part 1) 16:2 (7-11); (Part 2) 16:3 (25-32, 44); (Part 3) 16:4 (43-49)
  • Williamsburg (c. 1770): 5:1 (16-21); 5:2 (21-27); 5:3 (12-16)

Scratch-built

  • accessory table (c. 19th C): 15:3 (27-28, 32)
  • arm chair, contemporary cottage: 10:2 (6)
  • arm chair, overstuffed (c. 1960s): 12:3 (8-10)
  • arm chair, upholstered (Ethan Allen, c. 1976): 10:3 (21-25)
  • arm chair, wainscot (c. 1690): 14:1 (6-11)
  • armoire, French Canadian (c. late 18th C.): 12:4 (5-13)
  • baby carriage, tricycle (c. 1870): 7:2 (29-39)
  • baby’s crib (20th C): 18:1 (11-14)
  • baby tender: 8:3 (17-18)
  • backdoor valet, Shaker-style: 19:3 (21-22)
  • bathtub, American Standard (c. 1930): 8:3 (30, 32-33)
  • bathtub, bench (Kohler, c. 1940): 8:5 (22-23)
  • bathtub, folding and water heater, Montgomery Wards (c. 1895): 17:3 (15-20, 24)
  • bed, Arrow spindle, Ethan Allen (c. 1974): 15:4 (25-29)
  • bed, carved, (contemporary Chippendale, c. 20th C.): 19:2 (34-42)
  • bed, Chippendale canopy (c. 1770-1785), half inch: 7:3 (39-42)
  • bed, combination folding (c. 1900): 4:4 (4-16)
  • bed, four-post (Colonial, plans only): 11:2 (31)
  • bed, four post with trundle: 18:2 (40-48)
  • bed, headboard, bamboo (c. 1960): 1:3 (42-45)
  • bed, hired man’s: 5:2 (41-43)
  • bed, low post rope (c. 1875): 10:3 (12-16)
  • bed, Mission Oak (Stickley, c. 1910, half inch): 14:1 (26-27)
  • bed, Murphy (c. 1920’s): 13:3 (17-21)
  • bed, panel, Cushman (c. 1941): 12:1 (9-10)
  • bed, panel, French: 10:1 (5-13)
  • bed, panel, Haywood Wakefield (c. 1949): 7:4 (37-38)
  • bed, Slaw (c. 1700) 1:2 (1-9)
  • bed stand, Cushman (c. 1941): 12:1 (10-11)
  • bed stand, Haywood-Wakefield (c. 1949): 7:4 (30,32)
  • bed stand, Mission Oak (Stickley, c. 1910, Half Inch): 14:1 (27-28)
  • bed stand, Shaker: 11:2 (33-35)
  • bed step (c. 1810), half inch: 6:3 (25-26)
  • bedside breakfast table (20th C. Chippendale, c. 1900-1920): 20:1 (20-24)
  • bedside cabinet (Contemporary Chippendale, 20th C.): 11:4 (33-36)
  • bedstead, Cottage spool turned (c. 1860): 17:4 (6-13)
  • bench, cobbler’s: 13:3 (44-46)
  • bench, paneled (Stickley, c. 1907): 20:2 (9-13)
  • bench, phone and stand (c. 1940s): 14:1 (37-39)
  • bench, Shaker: 11:3 (23)
  • bench, Southwest (c. 18th): 17:1 (38-40)
  • bench, utility, Shaker: 16:3 (16)
  • billiard table, contemporary: 17:1 (41-46)
  • bird cage and stand, Victorian: 8:5 (4-8)
  • blanket box (19th C.): 17:1 (32-37, 48)
  • book, case-bound: 1:4 (56-60)
  • bookcase, built-in: 3:4 (14-15)
  • bookcase, contemporary: 3:3 (43-51); (half inch) 11:1 (10-13)
  • bookstand, Kissinger Tutor Swiveled (c. 1928): 8:1 (34-36)
  • book table, Georgian: 12:2 (20-22)
  • book trough (c. 1930’s): 15:4 (37,44)
  • breakfast nook trestle table and benches (c. 1920’s): 15:2 (42-45)
  • breakfast set, Sears and Roebuck, c. 1930: 9:1 (14-20)
  • bride’s chest, Norwegian (c. 1809): (Part 1) 6:4 (4-7); (Part 2) 7:1 (4-6)
  • buggy, (J.J. Deal , c. 1900): (Part 1) 16:1 (5-16); (Part 2) 16:2 (12-20); (Part 3) 16:3 (45-48)
  • buffet, dining room (Sears, c. 1927): 18:3 (15-19)
  • buffet, Empire oak (c. 1890-1910): 20:1 (35-39)
  • cabinet, French Art Nouveau (c.1900): 14:3 (31-37)
  • cabinet, built-in kitchen: 2:1 (48,52)
  • cabinet, corner, serpentine-front, French Canadian (c. 18th C.): 11:4 (7-13)
  • cabinet, garden shed: 9:2 (14-17)
  • cabinet, Hoosier: 7:4 (40-49)
  • cabinets, built-in kitchen (Contemporary): 18:2 (27-39)
  • cabinet, kitchen (c. 1890): 3:4 (46-51)
  • cabinets, kitchen (c. 1920s): 18:3 (35-40)
  • cabinet, kitchen (c. 1980s): 8:6 (4-11)
  • cabinet, liquor (c. 20th C.): 13:4 (25-29)
  • cabinet, parlor , Wards (Art Nouveau, c. 1897): 1:2 (37-41); 14:3 (26-30)
  • cabinet secretary, Renaissance Extra-Grade Wooten (c. 1875): (Part 1) 15:1 (25-33); (Part 2) 15:2 (25-35); (Conclusion) 15:3 (42-48)
  • campaign bed, mahogany, John Durham (c. 1810): 15:1 (34-40,12)
  • candlestand, cross-base: 5:1 (40-42)
  • candlestand, rachet (Colonial): 8:6 (12-13)
  • canterbury racks (c. 1800-1825): 7:4 (14-20)
  • card table, Empire (c. 1840): 16:2 (25-31)
  • ceiling fan, Casablanca w/ built-in motor: 8:1 (18-23)
  • ceiling fan, working: 7:3 (29-35)
  • ceiling fan, working: (Part 1) 11:2 (44-48); (Part 2) 11:3 (38-44)
  • Celandine Tea Table (Stickley Arts Nouveau c. 1900): 15:4 (6-10)
  • cellarette, mahogany (c. 18th C): 8:3 (23-25)
  • cellarette, walnut (c. 1750-1775): 8:3 (19-22)
  • arm chair, French Canadian Louis XIV: 11:4 (13-17)
  • chair, Adirondack: 1:4 (30-31); 19:1 (48)
  • chair, Berbice, British Guyana: 17:2 (25-30)
  • chair, chaise gondole (John Meek’s Late Empire, c. 1830’s): 13:4 (18-22)
  • chair, Chicago (c. 1987): 13:4 (39-42)
  • chair, Chinese horseshoe: 9:4 (29-32)
  • chair, comb-back corner (Chippendale, c. 1770-1780): 18:4 (12-17)
  • chair, comb back windsor (c. 1760s): ECK (33-35)
  • chair, commode (Chippendale): 5:3 (8-11)
  • chair, commode (Shaker, Pleasant Hill, KY): 8:5 (25-28)
  • chair, continuous arm Windsor (c. late 17th C.): 12:4 (18-23)
  • chair, dining side (Spanish New Mexico): 16:4 (28-30)
  • chair, easy (Chippendale, c. 1740-1750): 14:2 (13-22,48)
  • easy chair, Federal (c. 1810): 16:4 (6-14)
  • chair, folding (Wegner, c. 1949): 1:1 (11-13)
  • chair, folding deck: 1:4 (32)
  • chair, Irish pub: 17:4 (21-24)
  • chair, ladderback (c. 1875): 1:3 (53-54)
  • chair, loop back windsor (c. 18th C): 12:3 (33-38)
  • chair, low back windsor (c. 1706): ECK (32-33)
  • chair, Melbourne (c. 1991): 20:1 (40-43)
  • chair, Modern low (c. 1929, half inch): 11:4 (30-31)
  • chair, Morris, Egyptian style (c. 1880): 6:4 (13-18); 20:2 (42-45)
  • chair, New England fancy (c. 1800-1820): 8:3 (36-38)
  • chair, oak ranch (c. 1950): 19:4 (24)
  • chair, office (Eastlake, c. 1880): 17:2 (5-13)
  • chair, Paris hall: 13:1 (36-39,33)
  • chair, rocker, platform (Victorian, c. 1880): 20:2 (37-41)
  • chair, rocker, Canadian Art Nouveau (c. 1890s): 9:1 (28-34)
  • chair, rocker, caned Empire (c. 1850-1860): 5:1 (28-31)
  • chair, rocker, child’s cane (Empire): 5:2 (9-11)
  • chair, rocker, Thonet-Style bentwood (c, late 19th C.): 13:1 (21-23)
  • chair, rocker, slat back: 8:1 (17,52)
  • chair, rocking horse chair, child’s, French Canadian (c. 18th C.): 11:4 (17-18)
  • chair, Roman curule, Empire (c. 1810-1840): 7:2 (4-8)
  • chair, roundabout (c. 1770): 1:2 (27-30)
  • chair, slat back, w/ commercial spindles: 8:1 (12-15)
  • chair, swivel (c. 1929, half inch): 11:1 (14-16)
  • chair, transitional (French Canadian, c. late 18th C): 12:4 (15-17)
  • chair, upholstered (Modern, c. 1929, half inch): 11:4 (31-32)
  • chair, upholstered wing (c. 1950): 3:3 (6-12)
  • chair, Valet: 8:2 (20-22)
  • chair, Welsh border (c. 1650: ECK (30-31)
  • chair, windsor, side (c. 1750-1780), half inch: 7:1 (11-12)
  • chair, windsor, low-back side (c. 1887): 8:2 (16-18)
  • chaise lounge, French Provincial (c. 1920s): 7:2 (46-52)
  • chess & checker board: 6:4 (38-40)
  • chess set: 5:2 (51-52)
  • chest, 3-drawer, cottage: 2:3 (7-10)
  • chest and drawers (Colonial, plans only): 11:2 (32)
  • chest of drawers, French: 10:2 (29-36)
  • chest of drawers, kneehole (c. 1790): 10:1 (24-28)
  • chest-on-chest (Connecticut, c. 1802): 19:4 (5-14, 48)
  • chest-on-chest, Cushman (c. 1941): 12:1 (6-8,10)
  • chest-on-chext, Ethan Allen (c. 1974, half inch): 16:1 (19-21)
  • chest, painted (half inch, c. late 18th C.): 12:4 (40)
  • chest, Renaissance-Style Cottage (c. 1860): 17:3 (25-32)
  • chest with drawers, Jacobean (c.1680): 14:1 (12-19)
  • child’s rocker, Colonial Style: 17:1 (47)
  • china cabinet (Haywood-Wakefield, c. 1949): 19:1 (29-33)
  • Christmas tree, artificial, Wards (c. 1929): 8:1 (8-10)
  • clavichord dolce, Sabathil (c. 1990): 15:1 (12-20)
  • clock, lantern (case): 11:3 (33-34)
  • clock, tall case (grandmother): 11:3 (29-33)
  • clocks, Empire (c. 1840): 4:2 (4-8)
  • clothes wringer, Sears, Roebuck (c. 1900): 6:4 (25-26)
  • club rocker, child’s upholstered (c. mid 20th C): 18:1 (44-48)
  • coffee table, Canterbury Shaker: 19:3 (22-24)
  • commode, modern: 3:2 (22-26)
  • commode, one drawer (Ethan Allen, c. 1974): 15:4 (29-30)
  • console, Empire (c. 1840): 4:1 (20-22)
  • corner chair, outdoor (c. 1984): 15:1 (44-45)
  • corner shelf (c. 1759): 4:1 (4-9)
  • cracker barrel (Contemporary Colonial): 19:4 (44-48)
  • craftsman magazine cabinet, Stickley (c. 1910): 15:4 (21-23)
  • couch, Caned Empire (c. 1810-1820): 2:1 (55-59)
  • couch, Eastlake: 5:4 (28-34)
  • couch, scroll-cut (Late Empire, c. 1830’s): 13:4 (12-18)
  • cradle, hooded, New England: 18:3 (31-32)
  • cradle, hooded, New Jersey: 18:3 (33-34)
  • cradle, Shaker (c. 1810-1830): 18:3 (30, 32)
  • cradle, swinging, Sheraton (c. 1810): 8:4 (18-19)
  • cradle, “Three Bears” (Wards, 1929): 8:1 (10-11)
  • cupboard, Colonial corner (c. 1740-50): 9:2 (32-37)
  • cupboard & huntboard, Welsh (c. 1650s): 18:4 (18-24)
  • cupboard, Mexican (Contemporary): 17:2 (31-36)
  • davenport/billiard table (c. 1900): 3:2 (4-10)
  • daybed frame, Spanish: 4:3 (16-18)
  • desk, firescreen (c. 1810): 4:4 (29-34)
  • desk, French lady’s (c. 1900): 8:4 (20-24)
  • desk, ladies cylinder (c. 1790): 9:2 (23-28)
  • desk, lady’s writing (Sheraton-Style American, c. 1800): 13:3 (35-39)
  • desk, oak rolltop (c. 1880): 3:4 (23-38); 17:1 (5-17, 24)
  • desk, Queen Anne: 11:1 (17-21)
  • desk, sewing, Mount Lebanon Shaker (c. 1786-1900) 16:3 (7-11)
  • desk, Shaker cupboard (c. 1852): 11:1 (22-27)
  • desk, ship captain’s (c. 19th C.): 11:4 (19-23)
  • desk, slant top on frame (Chippedale, c. 1730-1750): 16:1 (41-46)
  • desk, Weiman (c. 1950s): 9:3 (35-38)
  • dining chair, Vienna (Sears, c. 1897): 12:3 (29-32)
  • display case: 18:1 (5-10) doll, Greiner: 2:1 (7-8)
  • doll carriage: 2:1 (9-11)
  • dollhouse, fiberboard (c. 1938): 6:1 (23-28, plus insert)
  • dresser, Colonial: 5:3 (18-20)
  • dresser, Cushman (c. 1941): 12:1 (11-13)
  • dresser, Ethan Allen 66″ triple (half inch, c. 1974): 16:1 (17-19)
  • dresser, gentleman’s (Contemporary Chippendale, c. 1990): 18:4 (30-37)
  • dresser, Welsh (c. 1670): ECK (23-26)
  • dresser bench, Cushman (c. 1941): 12:1 (14)
  • dressing table, Philadelphia (c. 1755-1795): 2:2 (5-16)
  • drying rack, herb (Shaker): 14:1 (40-42)
  • ecoinear (corner shelf, c. 1759): 4:1 (4-9)
  • end table, Canterbury Shaker: 19:3 (20,22)
  • entertainment center (c. 1960s): 12:3 (6-8)
  • fern stand, spindle: 14:3 (21-22)
  • folding chair, doll’s (c.1900): 6:1 (18-20)
  • figures: 5:4 (10-15)
  • furnace, hot air central air (Wards, c. 1922): 12:3 (17-23)
  • halltree (c. 1860): 3:1 (15-20)
  • hanging book shelf, Stickley (c. 1905): 15:4 (19-20)
  • hat rack, Stickley (Tudor Rose Tea Room, Victoria,, c. 1900): 16:4 (19-22)
  • highboy, step-top (c. 1750-70): 10:2 (15-19,23)
  • high chair, Sears (c. 1927): 15:1 (41-43,48)
  • high chair (20th C): 18:1 (14-15)
  • high chair, wainscot (Charles I, 17th C): ECK (29-30)
  • high chest of drawers, Connecticut (c. 1740-1760),
  • half-inch: 6:4 (9-12)
  • hunt board, Federal North Carolina (c.1790-1800): 13:1 (5-12,23)
  • kaleidoscope, operating (c. 1870): 8:3 (6-11)
  • kettle stand, Chippendale (c. 1760-1780): 14:1 (23-24,48)
  • lawn swing, Wards (c. 1895): 14:4 (31-37)
  • library arm chair, Stickley (c. 1905): 15:4 (11-16)
  • library chair (Craftsmen, c. 1907): 20:2 (16-19)
  • library ladder/table, George III (Campbell, c. 1793): 14:4 (5-15)
  • library table and ladder , English Gothic (c. 1830): 15:2 (5-11, 22)
  • library chair/steps (Regency, c. 1811-1820): 18:1 (36-43)
  • library table (Craftsmen, c. 1907): 20:2 (13-16)
  • library table (c. 1920s): 20:2 (46-48)
  • library table, Stickley, ( c. 1905): 15:4 (10, 17-19)
  • lock, desk, working: 7:3 (11-14)
  • looking glass, Federal: 4:1 (24-25)
  • love seat, contemporary Cottage: 10:2 (6)
  • lowboy, Queen Anne (c. 1760), half inch: 7:4 (50-51)
  • lowboy, William & Mary (c. 1710): 14:1 (19-22)
  • magazine table (c. 1930’s): 15:4 (36-37)
  • mantle , Eastlake (c. 1875): 16:2 (32-37)
  • mantle, marble (c. 1872): 14:2 (35-42,48)
  • music / magazine stand, Craftsman (c. 1910): 18:4 (40-41, 48)
  • Noah’s Ark (toy), Nuremberg, c. 1800s: 7:1 (8-9)
  • oak coffer (c.16th C): ECK (21-22)
  • one-drawer commode, Ethan Allen (c. 1974): 15:4 (29-30)
  • organ, protable reed (c. 1853): 16:1 (17-20)
  • ottoman (c. 1950): 3:3 (6-12)
  • patio furniture plastic pipe: 2:4 (54-55)
  • pedal car (c. 1914): 3:1 (37-44)
  • pedestal stand, Shaker: 1:3 (29-30)
  • phone stand and bench, Mission (c. 1900): 15:1 (46-48)
  • phonograph, Truphonic Waldorf (Sears, c. 1927): 19:1 (38-42)
  • piano, console: 11:2 (5-11)
  • piano, English upright grand (c. 1802): 19:3 (32-38)
  • piano, grand: 12:2 (5-19)
  • piano, studio: 11:2 (5-11)
  • piano, upright: 11:2 (5-11)
  • piano bench, Craftsmen (c. 1910): 18:4 (38-40)
  • piano stool: 3:2 (43)
  • platform scale (c. 1880-1930): 18:1 (25-35)
  • play pen (20th C): 18:1 (14-15)
  • popcorn popper: 4:2 (24-28)
  • porch swing, flat woven: 1:4 (24-39)
  • pull toy, horse : 2:1 (6-7)
  • quilting frame (c. 19th C): 18:1 (16-24)
  • range, see also stoves range, gas, transitional (c. 1915): 13:2 (10-18)
  • range, gas (Sears Elite, c. 1920’s): 18:4 (42-48)
  • range, kitchen (Sears Roebuck, c. 1905): i:3 (47-53)
  • record changer, V-M (c.1949): 6:3 (33-34)
  • refrigerator (c. 1980s): 8:6 (7-9)
  • refrigerator, monitor-top (c. 1931): 11:3 (8-18)
  • reflector roasting oven (tin kitchen, Colonial): 19:2 (13-20)
  • rolling cart (c. 1920-1940): 15:4 (34-36)
  • secretary, Eastlake: 5:3 (28-37); 5:4 (16-26)
  • Secretary (John Cogswell, c. 1786): 17:1 (18-24)
  • secretary, Victorian Renaissance (c.1870): 11:3 (25-27)
  • settee, Empire painted (c. 1790-1800): 13:1 (13-20)
  • settee, lyre-back Italian: 9:1 (47-50)
  • settee, Rococo (c. 1860): 1:1 (19-22)
  • server, Sears breakfast (c. 1930s): 9:1 (19-20)
  • sideboard, Danish Modern (c. 1979): 6:1 (15-17)
  • sideboard, “fake”: 6:3 (13-15)
  • sideboard (Haywood-Wakefield, c. 1949): 19:1 (33-37)
  • sideboard, Hepplewhite-Style (c 1775-1780): 12:3 (13-16)
  • sideboard, Modern (half inch): 9:4 (39)
  • side chair, cathedral style (c. 1930): 9:1 (17-20)
  • side chair, Danish Modern (c. 1979): 5:4 (40-45)
  • side chair, dining (Sears, c. 1927): 18:3 (11-15)
  • side chair, factory-made (c. 1860): 1:3 (39-41)
  • side chair, Greene & Greene (c. 1908): 16:2 (38-41)
  • side chairs (Haywood Wakefield, c. 1949): 19:2 (10-12, C3)
  • side chair, late Empire: 4:1 (22-24)
  • side chair, Modern (half inch): 9:4 (38)
  • side chair, Turn-of-the-Century oak (half inch): 13:2 (37-39)
  • side chair, Victorian Renaissance: 4:2 (36-38)
  • side chair, Victorian Transitional: 1:3 (49-52)
  • silver chest, Queen Anne and Hepplewhite: 9:4 (33-36)
  • sink, double (c. 1980s): 8:6 (5-7)
  • sink (lavatory), American Standard (c. 1930): 8:3 (30, 33-35)
  • sink (lavatory), Kohler (c. 1940): 8:5 (22-23)
  • slaw bed (c. 1700): 1:2 (1-9)
  • sled, bentwood (c. 1877): 3:1 (34-36)
  • sofa & arm chair, oak (c. 1950): 4:1 (32-35)
  • sofa, Chippendale/Federal (c. 1795-1805): 7:2 (26-28)
  • sofa, Cottage spindle (c. 1870s): 8:2 (29-35)
  • sofa, Early American (c. 1950): 3:3 (6-10)
  • sofa, Federal (c. 1810): 16:4 (6-14)
  • sofa, overstuffed (half inch, c. 1960s): 12:3 (10-12)
  • sofa, Philadelphia Chippendale (c. 1750-1780): 19:3 (25-31)
  • sofa, spindle (Craftsmen, c. 1907): 20:2 (20-23)
  • sofa Tuxedo (20th C.): 2:4 (26-31)
  • spice box on frame, Philadelphia Queen Anne (c. 1740-1750): 14:3 (11-15)
  • spice chest, Queen Anne (c. 1740-1750): 8:4 (4-8)
  • spinning wheel, Norwegian (c. 1800s): (Part 1): 7:4 (4-13); (Part 2) 8:1 (40-52)
  • stand, basin, Chippendale (c. 1770-1780): 16:1 (21-24, 48)
  • step stool, Shaker: 17:1 (47)
  • step table, single drawer (Colonial): 19:1 (43-44, 46)
  • step table, two drawer (Colonial): 19:1 (45-47)
  • step table, two shelf (Colonial): 19:1 (47)
  • stool, kitchen utility (c. 1930s): 9:1 (21-22)
  • stool, low joined (c. 18th C Spanish): 16:3 (37-38)
  • stool, oak joined (c. 17th C): ECK: (28)
  • stool, swivel sewing (c.1850): 16:3 (11-14)
  • stove, Acme pot bellied (c. 1900): 6:2 (14-16)
  • stove, drop-in (c. 1980s): 8:6 (9-11)
  • stove, Windsor fireless cooker (Wards, c. 1920): 12:2 (25-32)
  • stove, Franklin fireplace: 6:3 (12)
  • stove, high-oven gas (c. 1925): 11:4 (37-45)
  • stove/oven (Wards Blue Line, c. 1929): 13:3 (12-17)
  • swell bodied cutter, J.J. Deal & Sons (c. 1891): (Part 1) 17:3 (5-14); (Conclusion) 17:4 (25-36)
  • swing, lawn stand: 1:4 (26)
  • table, backgammon: 17:3 (36-38, C3)
  • table, bed side (French): 10:3 (5-11)
  • table, breakfast, dropleaf (Sears Roebuck c. 1930): 9:1 (14-18)
  • table, butler’s: 14:2 (23-24)
  • table, butterfly dropleaf (c. 1920’s): 13:3 (22-23)
  • table, Chinese Ch’iao-t’ou side: 10:1 (14-17)
  • table, coffee (Queen Anne Style, 20th C.): 12:4 (36-38)
  • table, coffee, round, Modern (c. 1929, half inch): 11:4 (30-31)
  • table, coffee (1940s Federal): 6:4 (48-50)
  • table, conservatory (c. 19th C.): 14:3 (45-48)
  • table, console, with benches (c. 1990): 14:2 (43-48)
  • table, cottage drop-leaf: 4:2 (34-36)
  • table, cricket (c. 17th C): 17:4 (39-43, 47)
  • table, Danish Modern (c. 1979): 5:4 (40-45)
  • table, dining (Haywood Wakefield, c. 1949): 19:2 (5-10)
  • table, end, (1940’s Federal): 6:4 (48-49)
  • table, end, book trough (c. 1920’s): 13:3 (47-48)
  • table, extension dining (Sears, c. 1927): 18:3 (6-11)
  • table, extension, Turn-of-the-Century oak (half-inch): 13:2 (36-37)
  • table, foyer (c.1990): 14:2 (43-48)
  • table, gate-leg (c. 1690): 1:3 (2-15)
  • table, gate-leg (c. 18th C Spanish): 16:3 (33-37)
  • table, gateleg (William & Mary, c. 1695): ECK (26-28)
  • table, handkerchief corner, Queen Anne gateleg (c. 1750-1790): 15:4 (31-33)
  • table, Irish pub: 18:3 (20-24)
  • table, Jacobean Hutch, w/ commercial spindles: 8:1 (15-16)
  • table, kitchen (Upper Canadian, c. 1800-1830): 16:2 (21-24, C3)
  • table, kitchen utility: 1:4 (47-48)
  • table, lamp, Cottage, spool turned (c. 1860): 17:4 (13-15)
  • table,lamp, French Restoration (c. 1833): 17:2 (20-23)
  • table, Lincoln (c. 1850): 13:2 (40)
  • table, livingroom, Greene & Greene (c. 1907-1909): 16:1 (25-30)
  • table, lyre (18th C): 10:4 (17-19)
  • table, oak coffee: 4:1 (26-28)
  • table, octagonal card: 16:3 (41-44)
  • table, occasional, Golden Oak (c. 1900): 16:1 (37-40)
  • table, oval side (half inch, c. 1780-1810): 12:4 (39-40)
  • table, parlor center: 5:3 (44-47)
  • table, Parsons: 1:2 (17-19)
  • table, pedestal centre (Late Empire, c. 1830’s): 13:4 (7-11)
  • table, pedestal dining room (modern): 9:4 (37)
  • table, pedestal extension, Empire (c. 1910): 7:1 (36-44)
  • table, Pembroke (c. 1790): 12:1 (20-23,48)
  • table, penguin: 4:4 (17-19) table, pier: 10:2 (47-51)
  • table, Porringer (c. 18th C.): 17:4 (37-39)
  • table, Queen Anne corner: 12:2 (19)
  • table, Regency (French Canadian, c. late 18th C.): 12:4 (14-15)
  • table, Regency-Style double gateleg dropleaf (c. 1920’s): 13:1 (40-48)
  • table, serpentine: 6:2 (4-7) table, sofa (c. 19th C.): 13:2 (19-23)
  • table, sofa (Federal, c. 1820): 16:4 (14-19)
  • table, tea. Garden (contemporary cottage): 10:2 (8)
  • table, tea, Queen Anne (c. 1755): 2:1 (35-36)
  • table, tennis (ping pong): 17:3 (33-36)
  • table, trestle (Spanish New Mexico): 16:4 (25-28)
  • table, tuck-away (Qureen Anne, c. 1740-1765): 16:1 (22-24,46)
  • table, trestle (Shaker style): 13:2 (45-48)
  • tea poy: 7:3 (15-18)
  • television, Stewart-Warner Custom Deluxe (c. 1949): 6:3 (29-33)
  • television antenna (c. 1949): 6:3 (33-34)
  • television stand (c. 1949): 6:3 (34-35)
  • toilet stand (wash stand), Japanese (c. 1900): 20:1 (13-19, 48)
  • toilet (stool), Case & Sons (c. 1940): 8:5 (22,24)
  • toilet (water closet), American Standard (c. 1930): 8:3 (29-30,31)
  • toy kitchen, Nuremberg (c. 1800s): 7:1 (9-10)
  • train, operating tintype (c. 1920s): 6:1 (29-43)
  • transitional side chair, child’s (Victorian, c. 1890): 18:1 (48, C3)
  • trunk & stand (c. 1672): 4:1 (10-14)
  • two-wheel cart, toy: 2:1 (11-12)
  • umbrella stand, Mission (Tudor Rose Tea Room, Victoria,, c. 1900): 16:4 (22-24)
  • vanity, Haywood Wakefield: 7:4 (30-36)
  • vanity bench, Haywood Wakefield: 7:4 (36-37)
  • vanity dresser & bench, child-size (Wards, c. 1929): 8:1 (6-8)
  • vanity dresser & bench , lady’s (Contemporary Chippendale, c. 20th C): 19:4 (33-43)
  • wardrobe (c. 19th C.): 17:3 (39-46)
  • warming pan, bed: 6:2 (12)
  • washing machine, Wards’ Water Queen (c. 1925): 15:3 (5-16)
  • washstand, Cottage (c. 1860): 17:4 (16-20)
  • washstand, Hepplewhite (c. 1790): 20:1 (44-46)
  • washstand, Nova Scotia, (c. early 19th C.): 15:3 (29-32)
  • washstand, Shaker (c. 1820-1850): 20:1 (46-48)
  • washstand, Victorian (19th Century): 16:4 (31-38)
  • window bench, Duncan Phyfe Lyre Back (c. 1815-1825): 7:1 (13-15)
  • wood box (Shaker, Pleasant Hill, KY 19th C.): 8:6 (14-17)
  • writing desk, Shaker (c. 1810-1830): 18:2 (17-20)
  • yacht chair, folding (c. 1890): 18:4 (6-11, 24)

Tool-Making

  • adjustable fence assembly (scroll saw): 13:3 (43,46)
  • belt grinder-saner: 8:5 (36-42)
  • bench magnifier: 11:4 (46-48)
  • bits, machine late: 2:1 (27-29)
  • blade holding jig and blade holder modification, AMT scroll saw: 13:2 (41-44)
  • chisels, lathe: 1:4 (50-52)
  • clamp, cam action bar: 11:2 (40-42, 48)
  • clamp, violin-maker’s: 2:3 (45)
  • copy attachment, lathe: 3:3 (15-24)
  • copy cat, adaptation for Unimat (Bell): 11:3 (19-22)
  • cross cut sliding table for Microlux Table Saw: 14:4 (22-23)
  • dial calipers, conversion dials: 8:6 (40-42)
  • disc sander 3 1/2” dia.: 4:3 (41-43)
  • disc sander, 8” dia.: 4:3 (44-52)
  • Dohzuki saw (Japanese dovetail saw: 12:2 (33-38,42)
  • dowel maker, power: 14:3 (38-44)
  • duplicator bit: 4:2 (46-47)
  • edge sanding block: 2:3 (43)
  • electric hand drill lathe/sander: 7:2 (13-19)
  • file holder, lathe: 4:2 (10-11)
  • fine adjustment screw, TSC wood surfacer: 6:4 (21-24)
  • fluting attachment, lathe: 3:4 (17-22)
  • hand-tool rest for Taig lathe: 5:2 (29); 5:3 (1)
  • hand turning tools, lathe: 5:4 (46-49)
  • hand vise: 5:1 (39)
  • helical fluting attachment, lathe: 4:1 (39-47)
  • jeweler’s saw, pedal operated: 12:1 (36-42)
  • lathe copier, pattern vise: 4:2 (48-49)
  • lathe faceplate (Dremel): 1:3 (33-34)
  • lathe-mounted Dremel tool holder: 12:4 (41-42)
  • lathe spindle indexer (Dremel): 12:3 (44-48)
  • miter cut sliding table for Microlux table saw: 14:4 (23-24)
  • mitering tool (Chopper), modifying: (Part 1) 6:2 (36-41); (Part 2) 6:3 (16-21)
  • overhead routing fixture: 10:2 (37-38)
  • pin driver for miniatures: 7:4 (21-23,28)
  • pin shaper adapter: 6:2 (36-41)
  • power controller, workbench: 16:2 (42-43)
  • profiles, scratch tools: 10:2 (9-11)
  • profiling tool: 7:4 (26-28)
  • proportional dividers: 8:5 (29-35)
  • rip fence, improved (Microlux table saw): 14:4 (20-22)
  • routing attachment (Moto-tool): 2:3 (30-32)
  • sanding finger saver: 14:3 (19-20)
  • saw/shaper table: 2:4 (37-42)
  • saw, auxiliary table top (ATM Scroll Saw): 9:3 (42-43)
  • sawdust collector, built in: 7:3 (50-54)
  • sawdust collector, portable: 7:2 (20-25)
  • sawdust collector attachment: 9:3 (46-47)
  • scratch tool: 6:3 (48-52)
  • scroll saw hold down shoe: 9:3 (43-46)
  • shaper/saw fence: 3:2 (19-20)
  • shaper table (Dremel): 5:1 (22-27); 6:2 (47-49)
  • fine adjustment for shaper table: 7:1 (23-26)
  • single-flute molding cutter: 4:4 (1-4cf)
  • sliding tables for Micro-Lux and Preac Table Saws: 16:1 (3)
  • slitting saw fence, drill press: 3:4 (27)
  • socket chuck set (Dremel): 4:2 (10-15)
  • socket chuck set (Unimat): 4:2 (15-18)
  • spray / ventilation booth: 14:4 (16-19)
  • steady rest, lathe: 5:3 (2,27)
  • surfacer, TSC sanding: 14:1 (25-34,48)
  • table saw mitering jig: 17:2 (24)
  • tapering jig for table saw: 12:3 (39-43)
  • tool-maker’s clamp (Panavise): 5:1 (39)
  • tool rest for small lathes: 9:4 (27-28)
  • tracer bit & holder: 4:2 (47)
  • transformer, multi-display workhorse: 7:3 (22-27)
  • water-cooling system (Unimat): 5:2 (49-50)
  • wiring channel router: 8:2 (43-48)
  • wood carver, power: 8:4 (31-35)
  • wood surfacer/thicknesser, disc: 4:4 (20-28)
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