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SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 1995

what's wrong with this house?

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Miscellaneous

television listings

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what's wrong with this house?

Tour the new season’s project with our crew

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If you have a houserelated query, write: This Old House 20 West 43rd Street New York, NY 10036 or e-mail: letters @ toh.timeinc.com dates to remember OWNERS OF OLD HOUSES can meet people who repair and outfit old buildings at the Old House Fair planned by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
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Miscellaneous

television listings

where and when to see This Old House

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Equipments

Protecting Your Lungs

What you need to know if you use hazardous materials at home.

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TRUE HISTORIC COLORS

Why early American houses looked as they did

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Architectural salvage The ultimate recycle

Columns and cornices, fanlights and newel posts: Craftsmen's details are grace notes of style. Look carefully and you'll find pieces of the past, from leaded-glass windows to claw-footed tubs, being sold by salvage yards across the country.

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Tools

Routers Made Simple

Tom Silva’s most versatile power tool.

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Technique

Veneer Plaster

Jim Marshall makes drywall beautiful.

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Materials

Wood Floor Finishes

Jeff Hosking protects the wood underfoot.

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Winterizing

keeping out the cold

Common sense and new technology wrap a blanket around a Vermont church

MAY/JUNE1995 November | December1995
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