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Full text of "Steel Mouldings, Catalog No. 23"

Catalogue Vfp. 25 — Issue 1926 



Steel 




J. G. Braun 



609-615 South Paulina Street 
CHICAGO, ILL. 



537-541 West 35th Street 
NEW YORK, N.Y. 



1088 Howard Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



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Steel 
^Moulding 




J. G. Braun 



609-615 South Paulina Street 
CHICAGO, ILL. 



537-541 West 35th Street 
NEW YORK, N.Y. 



1088 Howard Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



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INCH the introduction of our Steel Mouldings and Wrought 
Ornaments in 1887, they have found favor and universal 
application to such a degree that little need be said about 
them. 

Upon inspection of this catalog, it will be found that it has been com- 
pletely rearranged with the ultimate end in view to presenting a book 
of utmost usefulness and efficiency. Of particular interest is the addi- 
tion of eleven pages of ORNAMENTAL IRON DETAIL sug- 
gesting some ways in which our materials can be applied, and their 
relative beauty to other materials. It is to be hoped that they will 
be helpful to the designer. 

In arranging this catalog only such Mouldings are shown as meet 
present requirements. 

Our Mouldings are made of the highest grade Open Hearth Steel 
obtainable. They are furnished from stock in random lengths of 
from 14 to 20 feet. Longer lengths can be supplied on special order 
from mill. 

Through the maintenance of three warehouses in New York, Chicago 
and San Francisco, we are in position to offer quick and dependable 
service. 

All finishes may be successfully applied to our Mouldings and Orna- 
ments. They can be painted, polychromed, polished and oil treated 
as well as plated. Thus it is possible to obtain a variety of effects, 
i.e., multicolors, rusty, dull black, natural. Swedish or Flemish iron, 
brass-bronze or copper plate, and others. 

We are equipped to roll any special shape to specification. 

We should deem it a pleasure to assist architects with information, 
suggestions, rough sketches or drawings and solicit their inquiries. 




ALPHABETICAL INDEX 



Page 

Angles 56, 61 

Astragals 34 to 47 

Balls and Rivets 66 

Baluster Iron 27 to 29, 60 

Baluster Collars .... 29 

Banding 34, 46 to 47 

Cap or Cornice Sections 13 to 22 

Capping (Rail) 24 to 26, 34 to 35 

Caps, Newel Post 63 

Casement Sections 32 

Channels 61 

Column Iron 27 to 29 

Corner Beads *. 51 

Corner Blocks 50 

Cornice Sections 13 to 22 

Cove Sections 5 

Crestings 57 to 60 

Door Frame Tubing 63 

Door Saddles 54 

Drops, Newel Post 63 

Edgings, Stair 53 

Elevator Saddle and Grooves 55 

Fascias 22 

Facings 

Solid 34 to 47 

Perforated 48 to 50 

Fence Pickets 64 to 65 

Fencing Iron 34 

Fillets 23 

Gallery Moulding .... 57 to 60 

Glass Fillets, Bars and Caps 30 to 31 

Grills, Sheet 69 

Handles, Door 62 

Handrails 24 to 26, 34 to 35 

Hand Hammered Bars 60 

Hinges, Ball Bearing 62 

Lantern Angles 56 

Locks 62 

Nails, Studding 68 

Newel Post Tubing and Caps 63 

Nosing, Stair, etc 52 to 53, 55 

Nuts , 66 

Ornaments 68 to 69 

Panel Moulding 6 to 13 

Pearl Bars 65 

Perforated Sheets 69 

Picket Tops 64 to 65 

Pipe, Square, Rectangular 63 

Rivets 66 

Rope Moulding 46 to 47 



Page 

Rosettes 50, 68 to 69 

Saddles, Door and Elevator . . .54 to 55 

Sash Iron 30 to 31 

Scribe Moulding 5, 8 to 13, 18 to 20 

Sliding Door Frame 7 

Stair Nosings & Edgings 52 to 53 

Stringer Moulding 

Channel Type 12 to 17 

Plate Type 8 to 13 

Wall Type 23 

Studs. 66, 68 

Tee Iron 61 

Top Rails 24 to 26, 34 to 35 

Trench Cover Angle 7 

Torsels 28 to 29 

Tubing 

Twisted and Fluted 28 to 29 

Square, Rectangular 63 

Hexagon 63 

Wainscoting Section 51 

Wallstring Moulding 23 

Window Sash Sections . . 30 to 32 



Zee Iron 



62 



INDEX OF DETAIL 

Balcony 25 

Bank Screen - 49 ^ 

Canopy ■ • - 59 

Casement - 32, 33 

Check Bench and Desk 37 

Directory Board ■ 21 

Elevator Cab 37 

Elevator Front 41 

Elevator Saddle 55 

Entrance Door - 45 

21 



Fascia 
Fence 
Gate . 



67 

67 

Marquise ^9 

Partition 37 

Railing, Stair, etc - 25 > 49 

Show Case • 37 

Sign Plate 21 

Stair 9 

Step Nosing • 52 

Store Front 15 

Ticket Booth 37 

Transom Grille 4 ^ 

Vestibule Door 45 

Window, Casement 32, 33 



4 NUMERICAL INDEX OF STEEL MOULDING 


No. 


Page 


No. Page 


No. 


Page 


No. 


Page 


No. 


Page 

60 


No. 
1053 


Page 
61 


1 


6 


128 36 


272 


35 


460 


36 


846 


2 


6 


131 26 


276 


35 


463 


38 


847 


60 


1054 


61 


3 


6 


140 6 


277 


35 


464 


38 


862 


53 


1056 


61 


4 


8 


142 6 


279 


35 


465 


36 


868 


60 


1057 


55 


5 


6 


144 6 


280 


35 


468 


40 


885 


48 


1058 


61 


8 


8 


145 6 


281 


35 


469 


38 


888 


50 


1059 


61 


11 


8 


146 6 


285 


35 


470 


40 


889 


57 


1060 


61 


15 


12 


148 6 


286 


35 


471 


38 


891 


48 


1061 


61 


16 


8 


149 6 


287 


35 


474 


13 


898 


50 


1062 


61 


18 


12 


152 7 


288 


35 


482 


42 


899 


50 


1064 


61 


19 


10 


153 8 


290 


34 


484 


17 


905 


60 


1065 


61 


20 


18 


154 18 


291 


34 


485 


17 


906 


58 


1067 


30 


24 


18 


155 18 


292 


34 


495 


38 


917 


50 


1068 


30 


29 


34 


156 19 


293 


34 


496 


38 


919 


12 


1071 


30 


30 


34 


158 19 


298 


34 


497 


38 


920 


11 


1072 


30 


31 


34 


165 34 


300 


34 


498 


38 


921 


11 


1073 


30 


32 


34 


166 34 


301 


34 


499 


38 


922 


11 


1074 


30 


35 


35 


171 26 


306 


6 


500 


39 


923 


55 


1079 


61 


45 


6 


*172 26 


307 


6 


503 


13 


924 


22 


1087 


61 


46 


6 


174 14 


308 


34 


509 


13 


933 


10 


1089 


61 


47 


34 


176 14 


309 


34 


510 


17 


934 


10 


1093 


61 


48 


34 


181 14 


310 


34 


515 


20 


935 


10 


1096 


61 


49 


34 


187 18 


313 


6 


516 


20 


937 


6 & 31 


1105 


22 


50 


34 


188 19 


319 


35 


524 


11 


938 


31 


1139 


61 


54 


35 


189 10 


322 


23 


530 


48 


946 


44 


1143 


24 


55 


56 


191 16 


323 


23 


531 


40 


947 


44 


1144 


24 


58 


27 


192 12 


325 


7 


539 


47 


948 


44 


1155 


61 


59 


27 


193 12 


339 


23 & 51 


540 


47 


949 


47 


1156 


61 


60 


27 


194 35 


342 


14 


551 


26 


950 


47 


1157 


61 


61 


27 


195 34 


344 


18 


552 


19 


951 


44 


1158 


62 


62 


27 


197 34 


345 


18 


554 


47 


952 


39 


1159 


6fc 


63 


27 


198 34 


347 


56 


555 


47 


953 


39 


1160 


61. 


64 


27 


205 8 


348 


56 


557 


19 


954 


28 & 29 


1161 


24 


66 


24 


206 8 


349 


56 


561 


48 


955 


28 & 29 


1162 


24 


67 


24 


207 8 


350 


56 


562 


48 


956 


28 & 29 


1165 


52 


68 


24 


208 8 


351 


56 


563 


11 


957 


28 & 29 


1166 


54 


69 


24 


209 8 


352 


56 


564 


40 


958 


28 & 29 


1167 


52 


71 


27 


210 12 


360 


30 


566 


40 


959 


29 & 29 


1167-B 


52 


72 


27 


212 10 


364 


30 


653 


40 


960 


28 & 29 


1168 


39 
'51 


73 


27 


213 10 


369 


31 


654 


44 


961 


28 & 29 


1170 


74 


27 


214 5 


370 


7 & 31 


656 


40 


962 


28 & 29 


1172 


51 


75 


27 


215 5 


375 


6 


661 


53 


963 


58 


1175 


6 & 31 


76 


27 


216 5 


392 


30 


662 


53 


964 


57 


1176 


31 


77 


27 


217 5 


394 


7 


663 


53 


968 


61 


1177 


31 


78 


27 


218 5 


395 


7 


664 


53 


972 


61 


1178 


14 


79 


27 


219 5 


396 


7 


678 


11 


976 


61 


1179 


36 


80 


35 


221 5 


397 


7 


681 


11 


978 


61 


1193 


58 


82 


56 


222 5 


402 


7 


687 


57 


979 


61 


1200 


54 


83 


56 


223 5 


405 


7 


688 


57 


983 


61 


1201 


36 


86 


6 


224 5 


406 


7 & 61 


691 


46 


986 


61 


1202 


36 


90 


12 


225 5 


408 


23 


692 


46 


987 


61 


1203 


52 


93 


12 


226 5 


409 


23 


693 


46 


992 


61 


1204 


52 


94 


12 


227 5 


410 


23 


694 


46 


1000 


61 


1205 


32 


95 


13 


228 14 


411 


23 


697 


46 


1001 


61 


1206 


32 


96 


13 


230 56 


416 


6 & 31 


699 


46 


1003 


61 


1207 


32 


97 


13 


231 56 


417 


31 


704 


46 


1005 


61 


1208 


32 & 61 


99 


8 


233 56 


428 


6 & 36 


706 


46 


1010 


61 


1217 


61 


100 


14 


234 56 


429 


36 


716 


36 


1014 


61 


1230 


31 


101 


14 


235 56 


430 


6 & 36 


717 


36 


1015 


61 


1231 


31 


104 


51 


236 56 


431 


36 


718 


36 


1016 


61 


1232 


31 


105 


51 


240 56 


434 


12 


755 


6 


1018 


61 


1233 


55 


106 


51 


242 56 


435 


12 


777 


42 


1020 


62 


1237 


55 


107 


14 


245 56 


436 


12 


782 


42 


1022 


62 


1245 


24 


108 


35 


248 16 


437 


8 


783 


42 


1024 


62 


1602 


60 


110 


7 


250 16 


438 


12 


786 


43 


1034 


30 


1603 


50 


112 


14 


252 16 


442 


6 


787 


43 


1035 


30 


1604 


50 


113 


14 


258 35 


448 


10 


802 


31 & 35 


1038 


30 


1625 


57 


114 


14 


260 35 


449 


10 


810 


53 


1039 


30 


1626 


57 


115 


16 


262 35 


450 


10 


811 


53 


1045 


30 


2800-B 


24 


116 


16 


266 35 


454 


47 


824 


60 


1047 


30 


2804-B 


54 


120 


6 


267 35 


455 


47 


827 


57 


1048 


30 


2805-B 


54 


m 


6 


270 35 


458 


36 


844 


60 


1051 


61 


2806-B 


54 


127 


8 & 36 


271 35 


459 


47 


845 


60 


1052 


61 







COVE and SCRIBE MOULDING 



#214 #215 

Vs" I y 2 » 

0.32 Lb. 



#216 

■< 7,6" > 
A 



JO 1 U 1 



0.42 Lb 



0.6 Lb 



#217 



#218 



"/» 



3 A"~ > 



w 



r 



0.66Lb. 




W 



64 Lb 



#219 

-: Va" > 




Lb. 




2.Lbs. 



#224 #225 

-< '/ 2 "> < 9 /.6 >• 



Va" 




0.56Lb. 




0.67 Lb. 




#227 

-< 3 A" >• 



IVib" 




1.07 Lb. 



1.30 Lb. 



#222 

< I 



I" 



1.14 Lbs. 



#223 




l*/i» 




"taetratlon. Aetna! 81k 



Weights anil Measurements Approximate 



PANEL MOULDING 



A 
11/ " 





#3 #5' #120 #121 #45 

<%v -« % v «7i6> * ,/2,> <%,> 



?F W P W J '*•"» m 

OSQib V V v > 

0.75Lb. °- 68Lb 0.84Lb. 0.61 Lb 



#1175 #142 #755 #442 #375 

< *a&> <*/'*> •*%>■ < v,6 M » < 5 /s" 



F :f if :F *: f 

0.87 Lb. 0.44 Lb. 64Lb. o.SOUs. 0.82 Lb. 



#86 #1 #144 #W5 #140 

«7,6> < 3 /«"> <%> <Vi*> <Va"> 



' v'r l9/3 'T % I ,/,6 r 

31 Lb - 0.37 Lb. ** "T QIL yl 



3/a 
0.31 Lb 



. 40 Lb. 0.38 Lb. * 



^ 




y ■ y 

0.40 Lb. 0.67 Lb. 





#306 #307 

< w> 

0.4-1 Lb. < s/6 





l.07Lb. 




1.10 Lb*. 




0.7 Lb. 1.08 Lb. 

#2 #146 

<3/a> < 3 /»> 




2.21 Lbs. 



0.92Lb. 

Illustrations Actual Size Weights and Measurements Approximate 



1 



PANEL MOULDING 



#152 

< 5 /6 > 




1.47 Lb. 



# 370 

< 7 /i6 ► 



l.03Lb. 



4*394 #395 

< 3/e < y 2 " > 



#397 

< Vie 



#396 

< 3/4 > 



#110 

« "/,6 > 




0.52 lb. 




I.Oi Lb 




2" 



1.3d Lb. 





TRENCH COVER ANGLE 
#325 




1.97 Lb. 



DETAIL OF FRAME FOR TRENCH COVER 













? V.v^v*, as 






,A.« "o." • ■■.«■•• . *<s- . *T -.-•.•':; I \ft 




2.2 lib. 



1.5 1 Lb. 
SLIDING DOOR FRAME 
#4/06 




2.35 Lb. 



#402 



11/ 



ir\i 



ZYz 



2.92 Lb. 



#405 



I 1 

2'/ 2 



Illustrations Actual Size 



3.01 Lb. 



Weights and Measurements Approximate 



PANEL and SCRIBE MOULDING 



#4 




0.60 Lb. 



#437 

, II 
4 V4 






0.67 Lb. 




#127 

< "A" > 



I" 



0.65 Lb. 



#8 



# 



%" > 



< 3A" > 





l%" 



0.74 Lb. 




0.87 Lb. 



4*206 

< 5/ S " > 




0.56 Lb. 



#16 



I" > 




1.34 Lb. 



#153 

< 7,6 > 



l 3 /e' 



0.77 Lb. 




#207 

< 7 /a" > 




1.38 Lb 



#205 

< 9/l6 >" 



IV.6" 



#206 




075 Lb. 




0.95 Lb. 



#209 

< 1/32" >- 



#99 



< 7l 6 " > 





1.00 Lb. 



1.34 Lb. 



IllartraUana Actaal 



Weight! and Measurements Approximate 



Chicago .III. 



J.G.BRAUN 

Wrought- Iron- Ornaments -and-SteelMouldings 
■ San • Ffianci sco • Cau . 



New-York. N.Y. 



MOUL DING .QA 





... If Scale-Details- of • Stair 
Mouldings-and-Ornaments 



1233 



&CL./TE1NH- 
NOULDJMCV UA-7TT* 



A few suggestions of constructions and design 
of Stairstrings, Rails, Newels, Risers and Treads < 
are given. The great variety of sections available 
permits of a number of different constructions and ' 
variation in design, ORNAMENTS selected from 
-Catalog 18. 



Type. -A - Tyfl-$ . 

Checked 



ftph-O TfPt-D - 






Ch EC «:tlt-E.D /r^j.'B.. 



Typl-L- 




Jul. usmxt£t> ^x J.^tn&su ••># 



Copyrighted 1926 by J. G. Braun 



io PANEL and SCRIBE MOULDING 



*f2!3 #1.9 #139 #212 




2'/«" 







#450 

I S /l6" >• 

#449 




2 3 /V 

2% 




2K 



1.59 Lb. * 

y 

2.41 Lbs. 1.60 Lb 

#933 # 934 #935 



'/2 M 



Lb. 

1 47 Lb 




2AA- Lb. 




2.49 Lb. 



#448 

< |" > 




2.3 Lbs. 2.1 Lbs. 1.67 Lbs. 

Ilhwtrotiqn. Actu,| Si» Wei « h " mi Measurement. Approxim.t. 



PANEL and SCRIBE MOULDING 



11 




#920 

< 7 /'<> > 



0.67 Lb. 



#921 
< "Ab > 



.40 Lb 



0.61 Lb. 




2.24- LB. 

lUaitrations Actual Slat 



#524 

< 7 /8" > 





.05 Lb 





.51 Lb. 



Weight! and Measurement! Approximate 



12 



PANEL and SCRIBE MOULDING 




3.31 Lb. 
#192 

< 3 A" > 




0.95 Lb. 



#438 

* 7 /l6> 




0.6OLb. 



#193 

< 3 A" > 




Q.98 Lb. 



#15 



<%' > 



#210 

< I'/a" > 




3.24 Lb. 



#93 

< «/,6 > 



#18 



7 /a" ► 




1.3 Lb. 




1.39 Lb. 



#94 




1.18 Lb. 




#434 

* w> 



At 



> 



0.27 Lb. 



41=435 

< 3 /6> 

0.39 Lb. 



#436 i 



< 3/e > 




tf 



0.36Lb. 



#9.0 

< 5/a" > 



1% 




0.67 Lb- 



1.17 Lb. 



IDaitrattmi Actaal 



Weight, and Measurements Approximate 



PANEL and SCRIBE MOULDING 



13 



#^74- 




I. -+7 Lb 




.55 Lb 



Note: Other Shapes of simi- 
lar but larger Character may 
be found on Pages 18, 19 and 
20. listed as Cornice Sections 



#503 
< Vs" > 




Detail on pages 9, 15, 21 and 
41 show how the Sections on 
foregoing Pages may be 
adapted to Various Conditions 



#95 



0.67 Lb. 



CORNICE and CAP MOULDING 
#96 #97 





0.76Lb. 




1.03 Lb. 



Mlu.tr.lion. Actual SUe 



Weiehti and Muiorementi Approximate 



14 CORNICE and CAP MOULDING 

#174 #181 #176 #228 









l'/e" > < ''/a > 

1.03 Lb. 0.85 Lb. 



S 



0.90Lb. 

1.62 Lb. 



#100 #H7fl #101 #342 

< 7.6 > < 7/ 8" > < I A" > 



IK 

Ifc" 





2" 

0.54 Lb 

0.74-Lb. 

0.97 Lb. 




I.IILb. 



#107 #"2 #113 #114 

< %' > < ' 3/ '*" * < I 'A" > < |y,» > 




Ve I 2/e 



0.94 Lb v 

1.21 Lb 





18 Lb. ,J8Lb ' 




iiluntrationi ActuaJ Slu WeiffbU and Meuartmenti Appr«ii»ftU 



J.G.BRAUN 

>xfcouGHT* I kqn- Ornaments -and-Ste^uMouldings 
San Tran ci 5C o,Cal . 



NewYork,NX 




-k 5 : ALL • L.LEVAT 1 O N 



if Scale, -Elevation 




_ ~ s,i w3„n*. iiac 5E.CTION-BB 

— B 



f&rftod LS-and-LLlVAT IONS-OP-STOR.E 
Front-Mouldings •and-OR-Nam ents m 



These details show conclusively how well our 
; sections are adaptable to existing architectural con- 
| ditions. The designer of fronts will find other sug- 
gestions for variants in our many Types of Mould- 
ings. ORNAMENTS selected from Catalog 18. 




r SCM_L-3 tTAl 1- Of Tfc! M &£ TrCNT ft ^AL£-PnAlL^AWNINfr&»::: 



' opyrighted 1926 by J. G. Braun 



16 



CORNICE and CAP MOULDING 



#115 



2'/e" 




.80 Lb. 



#191 



#116 



3" 



2.03 Lb. 



2 'A" 



#252 



#248 



#250 

< We," 



HEIGHT 3 
WIDTH 2 



2.08 Lb. 



HE 
Wl 



3.69 Lb. 



r/ 8 " BP^ 






Vz" L 








^f HEIGHT 5 3 /4 


IGHT 4 3 /s" W 


WIDTH -45/s" 


DTH 2 7 /s" 







*A 



6-7 Lb. 



3.06 Lb. 



illustrations Actual Size 



Weights and Measurements Approximate 



1 



CORNICE and CAP MOULDING 



#4<e>4 




i.a^-Lb. 



*+5IO 




1.44 LW. 



Illustrations Actual Si; 



'Weights and Measurements Approximate 



18 



CORNICE and CAP MOULDING 



#344 



#345 



W > 



I W > 




2.00 Lb, 




3%" 




#20 

< I Viib > 




1.67 Lb. 




2.59 Lb 



2 .08 Lb. 



3.24 Lb. 



lUttfttratiom Actual Size 



Weights and MewuremenU Approximate 



CORNICE and CAP MOULDING 



19 



#158 




#168 



HEIGHT 2$' 
WIDTH IVs" 




2.24 Lb. 



&552 




2.70Lb. 




3.00 Lb. 



Illustration! Acta*] Stsc 



Weifhti and Measurement! Approximate 



20 



CORNICE and CAP MOULDING 



#515 





2.65 Lb. 



Illustrations Actual Siae 



Weighti &»4 Measurements A»»roxtaMt« 



Chicago, -III. 



J GBR.AU N 

Wrought • Iron -Ornaments-and-Steel-MouLdings 
iSan • Francisco.-Cal, . 



NiwYork.-N.-Y 




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PjRECTaiY-BOAKD DlRECTORY-BOAKU 

TypeF3 ; Type^T 



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DIRECTOR Y -bOARD- AND -SIGN- PLA TE. 

Mould in gsandorn amen ts 



The beauty of these designs shows to advantage 
the many uses to which our Mouldings and ■ 
Wrought Ornaments can be put. All Period effects 
are possible through the large selection offered. 
ORNAMENTS selected from Catalog 18. 



MlGIQRY-BO ARX) -TYP E-IT 5 



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<** Dltail-of •• Brac k et Sigm 

TYFE-£ 
DrRECT0R.Y-BQARDTYPEr6 IuuSTRATED-QvTR^TKER. 



Copyrighted 1926 by J. G. Brauo 



22 



CORNICE and CAP MOULDING 



#924 




6.57 Lb. 



These Sections lend themselves well to Construction of COUNTER SCREENS, VESTIBULES, FASCIAS, etc. 
The beautiful Hand Hammered Texture rolled into them may be brought out to particularly good Advantage by OIL or 



SWEDISH IRON FINISH 



Ulastrmtlrai Actaal Stae 



Weight! and Measurement! Approximate 



WALL STRING MOULDING 



28 



#322 



#323 



#339 




1.95 Lb. 



#408 

A < V.6 >■ 

I" 




y 

< s /a" > 
0.43 Lb. 



#410 

A < '/>" >| 




< ,3 /l6 > 

0.81 Lb 



2'A" 







lot 





1.1*7 Lb 



2.16 Lb. 



SUGGESTIONS OF MOULDINGS FOR STAIR STRINGS 



y? f 3 ,. 



3 £2 



#409 

A < 7 /ie : 



VA 



< Va > 
0.60 Lb. 




< %" > 
0.84 Lb. 



Sections 408 to 410 are also suited for Plaster Finishes as well as Picture Moulds. 



Miutratioiu Actual Six. 



Weight* aad Measurement! Approximate 



24 



HANDRAILS and CAPPING 



#66 




#1161 




l.24Lb. 



#67 




#1162 




#68 




2'/8" 



3.05Ux 



#1144 




#69 




#1143 




# 124-5 




.60 Lb". 



#B2<300 




< 2/ a " 

Architectural Bronze 
Refer to pages 34 to 36 for further Suggestions of CAPPING 



lUugtrattOBs Actual Size 



WNghti aad Measurements Approximate 



2 r j 



J.G.B P.AUN 

• Wrought Iron. Ornament^ and SteelMouldlngs 
San T^ancisco Cal 



-NevYoelk NT 




t 'r yxy - .EL Evvyr : o<Lijyr -r. , -■ 3 



SECTION 






It ES *&S3355^@fflSS3EE2£ S I 




g^ftE^HTMgiWr ***** 



Mb v - ■ ,-,*/- 



^RONT,- ELEVAT ION ■ TYPE-. S^ul^g^g 



Copyrighted 1926 by J. G. Braun 



26 



HANDRAILS and CAPPING 



#171 




1.62 Lb. 




.92 Lb 



#131 




The Column Types shown on page following may be enhanced in Appearance 

by twisting either in the Center Portion or over their complete Length. Iron 

Workers are equipped to perform this work. 




Illustrations Actual Size 



Weights and Measurements Approximate 



BALUSTER and COLUMN IRON 



27 



#58 



A 

Vz 



0.73 Lb. 




#59 




%" 



0.97 Lb. 



#60 




75 Lb 



#61 




#62 



iv 




4 03 Lb. 



#71 



A 



X 



V 

0.57 Lb. 



#74 



% 



$11 




#72 



#73 




Va 



V 

0.90Lb. 



#75 



1.05 Lb. T^f W 



1.37 Lb. 



#78 





A 



Y 

1.32 Lb 



#76 




#79 




#64 





11.42 Lb. 

See Illustration on Page opposite showing No. 73 Rod Wreathed 
For other Type Balusters see also pages 28, 29 and 60 



Illustrations Actual Sixe 



W fights Hitri M<;tMiiniu'itli A |i|>i n\ im;itt> 



28 



HOLLOW TORSELS 



#955 



#958 



#956 



#961 



#959 





v*-" > 



< 7 /e" 




< 7 /8" 




#960 



#954 



#957 



#962 







■■.■A'lSSSs&SM&S 



Cross Sections on page following 

These Torsels are attractive in use as Baluster Rods, Columns for Store Fronts, Sign Boards, Lamp 

Standards, Table Legs, etc. 



Illustration! Aetna! 9ise 



W«ifffcti and Meaiarementi Approximate 



CROSS-SECTIONS of TORSELS 



TUBING 



29 



#954 4+955 #956 #957 



#958 



OODQC 



#959 #960 #961 #962 








< 7/8 > 




TWISTED 

TUBING 




< 1/6 > 



^ 8 "x^"x20 ga. 
3 /i"x3/$"x2G ga. 



FLUTED 

TUBING 



5/ 8 "x20 ga. 
3/i"x20 ga. 



Type F 



1 

yii'ji' 



3C 



p 



'.; 



11^- 



I 



i 



l 



' 1 ' l - 



TA 



24 



:-i ■ - >■ - - •■•^•inniimina 



BALUSTER COLLARS 



Type G 




FeF~ ~Tf 


1 \ •- - - / 






f-M^ r^j 





Type H 



XZ 



ti I 



1 



C 



m 



i • ■ { ■ 



Mi.r.Ifj./.^. wwfyf 



D 




Type F, G and H carried in Stcck for y 2 " , W and W Square Rods 
knd Cellar Type G is provided with thin lower Edge*. The Pitch can easily be altered by grinding with little additional 



Labor. 



MuBtratloni Actual Site 



Weighti and Meajuremeni* Approximate 



30 



GLASS FILLETS, BARS and CAPS 



4*1034- 




4+1035 




0.48Lb. 




< y* > 

090 Lb. 



#1039 




0.66Lb. 




< 3 /V > 
1.05 Lb. 



=#1068 




0.80 Lb. 



4=1=1071 



441072 








0.63 Lb. 





#364 

A 



y 

< 3A" > 



1.13 Lb. 



#360 




1.36 Lb. 



#392 




LSI Lb. 



Illustrations Actual Size 



Weights and Measurements Approximate 



GLASS FILLETS, BARS and CAPS 



31 




#1175 



A 



< 11/16 > 

0.87 Lb. 





#802 




< I '/a" > 

1.26 Lb. 



#[230 



P/.4' > 




1.21 Lb. 



#1231 




< 3 /4" > 

0.90 Lb. 



#1232 

•< I Vie" > 




.21 Lb. 



#416 




#417 



v 

< I 
J. 62 Lb 




#937 






y 








<< 


IW 


> 


1.15 Lb. 






#938 






A 






A 


*V&\ 






Vz 


y 









V/6" > 



I. 94 Lb. 



#370 




\y« 



1.03 Lb. 



+F369 




'HustraUons Actual Size 



Weights and Measurements Approximate 



32 



CASEMENT SECTIONS 



#1205 





H 



iV* 






V 

0.96 Lb. 



1. 56 Lb. 



These Sections are of the 2 point contact type and suitable for all Windows, Casement Type, Double Hung, 

Austral Type, In or Out Opening. 

The large chamber makes windows constructed with them Rigid, Air and Watertight. 

Wide members make for Ease of Application and Tight Fit of Hardware. 

A Special Feature are the Grooves in Sections 1206 and 1207. 

Adherence of Glazing and Setting Compound to them makes Windows doubly weathertight. 

For Glazing Bars refer to pages 5, 6 and 7. 

For Muntin Bars and other Sections in use with Window Construction refer to pages 30 and 31. 

FULL SIZE DETAIL OF CASEMENT SECTIONS 



lillllWIiiilWI-MIV-ii^ 



ii m ili l i 11! ! |! i i I 



;.l 



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■ 




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l?06^ 



f\ZQ7 






Mm 



Illustrations Actual ftlze 



Weighta and Measurements Approximate 1 



33 



Chicago , III. 



J.G.B KAUN 

Wrought- Iron- Or.naments-and-SteejjMoul.ding^ 
5am - Francisco -Ca j_ , 



Newark. N.Y. 







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&\sh- for.- OFFicL- and -Loft Section-D-D - 

Building- Windows 



Jr'gCALE-F.Lf.VATlON-Q F^ JrSo.A LL FLLVaTT ON • OP 
5AN K -\/l NPQW- LqQKT NG- - 

Frcm-Strovt 

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Bank Winpov/LooKing - 
From Instd^ 




■SECTION AA .5ECT[ONt)b SECTION- GG. 




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J:'5CALE.El£VATI0M ■ CFCa5EHENT 

For. ■ Ct-tu gen Windows. 

"1 \ /4Z£ 



SecTTONDP 



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w^m 



Section -A A- ' Sectio^cc- 



*™-lf-SCALL-DlM^ 



I L L U 5TR. AT&D -Bf-T- R AT^l R- 



Copyrighted 1926 by J. G. Braun 



34 



ASTRAGALS and FACINGS 



4*195 



A 

5 />* 



< 5 /a > 
0.45 Lb. 




#29 

%2 (flfk 

0.23 Lb. 



#30 






4 «/ 2 " > 

0.25 Lb. 



#31 



A 

y 

< s / 8 " > 

0.37 Lb. 



#32 



A 



< "/i6 * 

0.44 Lb. 



#306 





0.63 Lb. 



#290 



< V«" 
040 Lb. 



#291 



%z 



< Y4 
0.55Lb. 



#292 



%a 



Va" 



0.64Lb. 




#198 




#293 




#301 




< 1/4 

0.84 Lb. 



#310 




^ 1/ *' 

** 1/8 A 

0.94Lb. 



#165 




#30O 



1.35 Lb 



#298 




#47 



#4-8 



A ^^^ 

i" > 

0.72 Lb. 


3/8 ^1 

J 3 /|6 

a 94 Lb- 


luHtrftttons Ac'ua! Size 





#49 




#50 




Vfeiehtf and Measurements Approximate 



ASTRAGALS and FACINGS 



35 



#258 #260 



xH 



< 3 /a"> 
0.2 Lb. 



v m 

0.2 Lb. 



#262 

« s /a" > 



#266 



#35 



A„ 

v r 



< Ye" > 
0.3 Lb. o.3i Lb. 



< Va" 

0.35 Lb. 



#267 



< W > 
0.36 Lb. 



#270 

A 

•A". 

« "/.6" 

0.35 Lb 



#271 




#272 



#276 




7e" > 



0.55 Lb. 



#277 




0.6 Lb. 



#279 




#280 




0.70 Lb. 



#261 




4=1=60 



A 

v 




0.47 Lb 



#285 



0.80 Lb. 



P/.6" > 



#802 




< V/a" 

1.26 Lb. 



#194 

< l 3 /l6" 

0.56 Lb. 



#286 





#288 




#319 

< m 




-/a 

V 

0.4- Lb 



#108 



!%" 



1.16 Lb. 



#54 

< r/.e 

A 

3 /a 
V 

0.54- Lb. 




lllustrationi Actual Sue 



r.i*u «d «.«"«-"" A'-'" 1 -" 



36 



ASTRAGALS and FACINGS 



#428 




I.OSLb. 



#429 




#430 




#431 



1.43 Lb. 




#127 



% 



r\. 



< i" ► 

0.65 Lb. 

#128 

< 1%' 




22 Lb. 



#1201 




#1202 




< |'/ B " 

0.96 Lb. 



#1179 




#716 

A I 

" 

0.19 Lb. 



#458 



'"'» illtlf".... M lUJjjJll 




0.25 Lb. 




036 Lb. 

#460 




#465 

> ^ 6 "< 




0.3S Lb. 




0.68 Lb. 



0.46 Lb. 



Illustration! Actual Size 



Weights and Measurement! Approximate 



37 



Chicago. Ill; i 



J. GJRAUN 

• Wrought" Iron Ornaments and SteelMouldjhgs 
3an Francisco, Cau 



.Nzxx/YoRi^'N.Y. 




^iZ? 



iLEA/ATIONPO 
- -THEAXRJSJIlC-KEX - 

Booth 




Elevatiokof 
Passenger Elevator 
Car. 



ELEVA.TION OF 

Freight Elevator 
Car, ■ • 



S 




Sectional Plan on LineAA 



Sectional Plan on Line &B 



5ectionalPlanonLine C-C 




l"QO-STE.£t_-yiDQl.fc- 

Elevation of Jteel and Glass Isometric Elevation of 
Office" Partition 5teel Part it ioks fo i2, Toilets 







iAND £ -Scale. Details • or • 
Thea. tb.eTi c ket Bgqth-P a^ enger. 
andFr.eig ht K levatqrCa^- 5how 
Ca sf.- Qff ic e Partition -T o llet 
^arti ti on • El ev ator P o op. Saddle 
Fardiniere-CheckDesk-and -&en ch ■ 

QRNAMEN T5 -ANtiTlOUED INGS • 



Utility combined with beauty and strength are the ■ 145*1, r/5 
1 outstanding features of these designs. Many dif- 
ferent effects can be had by the use of other sec- 
tions. ORNAMENTS shown in Catalog 18. 




Sllu5T£atep By T.£atne.e_* 



Copyrighted 1926 by J. G. Braun 



38 



ASTRAGALS and FACINGS 




0.57 Lb 
#469 




I 02 Lb. 

#471 

> 7 /.e,"< 




#495 



0.19 Lb. 



#496 




0.24Lb. 




2.00 Ub. 



1.00 Lb. 



~ 



ASTRAGALS and FACINGS 



39 



4+500 



#1168 





.60 Lb. 




1. 01 Lb. 

-#952 




30Lb. 

Illustrations Actual Size 



Weights and Measurements Approximate 



40 



ASTRAGALS and FACINGS 




#653 

> /+ < 



0.97 Lb. 





1.06 Lb. 







2.53 Lb. 




1.33 Lb 



Chicago , ILu 



J.G.BRAUN 

Nx^ouqht- Iron-Ornamlnts-and-SteelMoul-dings 
San • Franci scoiCAL . 



New.York.N.Y. 




IrSCAl .f.-Detail 

qf-DoorTrame, HXNDI-ScALL-DeTAILS 

of-Lllvator-Fronts 

'5 MOULDINGS-AND-ORNAMLNTS 




'l53CAl,F.»riFTArr. 






XMtoELr^LLT 



Again we suggest how varying conditions in 

building construction can be met. At the same 

time beauty of design and ruggedness are happily 
united. 



i"5CALL-DLTAILS-0F-PASSENGE;g£LEVATOR'Tte)NTS 




^c^Dm^-orMauLm^sj^Kf m^^^mS;. 



Copyrighted 1926 by J G. Braun 





42 ASTRAGALS and FACINGS 




#482 

< 7 /l6> 

A ^- _— »== .E5^===a==aBE====^^^^= 




^^B j 


" : : ^ 




1.4-1 Lb. 



#777 




0.23 Lb. 



#782 







0.59 Lb. 
#783 




0.64 Lb. 

Illustration! Actual Slse 



Weights and Mtasun-ini'iiis Approximate 



ASTRAGALS and FACINGS 



43 



#766 




0.98 Lb. 




1.16 Lb. 



The many Varying Designs of Plain and Ornamented Facings shown in preceding and following Pages are helpful 

in the Layout of Period Effects. 

Many of the Patterns may be mitered with Corner Design to match. Where a Square Finish is desired, Rosettes 

on Page SO can be used. 



Mlutlrniion, Ar tii«l Size 



WeighU and MeaiiiremenU Approximate 



44 



ASTRAGALS and FACINGS 



#95 



#65"r 



*me> 



#947 




e.^-6 Lb. 



Illustrations Actual Size 



Weighti and Measurements Approximate 



45 



~ 



Chicago, III. 



„ J.G.B RAUN 

wrought Iron Ornaments andSteelMoui'djngs 

■ , , ■..;■. ' • i5AN rhANCJ5CO.GAL.y . 





4 ocale Elevation of Entran ce' Type-3. k Scale Ele\8\ti on of Entran'ce Type-4 
•^"vSCALE. -DE. TAILS -OF. . 

Entrance -and -vestibule 
Mould ing s and-Ornameisits 



In these details only a slight allusion to the pos- 
sibilities in designs can be made, Endless effects 
may be obtained with our materials. ORNAMENTS 
shown in Catalog 18. 




i iScal, e-£levati ok j-S catx-Elevat jon 



'"ovriphted IQ26 bv J. G Braun 



46 



ASTRAGALS and FACINGS 




#704- 

< Vz > 



#692 

> 3 / 6 '< 

A 




0.83Lb. 




O.ISLb. 




0.21 Lb. 

#694- 

> 5 /l6"< 




2.25 Lb. 

DETAIL OF BEAD MOULDING 




0.69 Lb 



IUtiitrationi Actual Stat 



Weigati and Heaiareratnti Approxtmau 



ASTRAGALS and FACINGS 



47 



#4-54 

<'/4> 




0.25Lb. 




>] 



0.29 Lb. 

#459 

> l3 /32 < 







O.^SLb. 



#950 
<Va"> 



« 540 




0.48 Lb. 




0.67 Lb. 




0.80Lb. 




0.64 Lb. 
#949 




0.76 Lb/ 

Illuatrattona Actual Size 



Weights and Measurements Approximate 



48 



PERFORATED FACINGS 




#635 

> '/4-"< 




#<S9 




2 -35 Lb. 



IUmtrationi Actual Size 



Weights and Measurements Approximate 



49 




J.G.BRAUN 

VkOLfG H T - I RON - O RNAMEN TS AND-StEEL-Mo ULDINGS 
5an Francisco, Cal,; .- 



34-33 



J ■ i4-«-L^ 

saij 




£5 cale Ele v ation o f Bank Screen 

TYPE 1 



£"5CALE ELEVATION QFBaNKSCEEEN 
• TYFE2 




if .Scale Elevation of Bank Screen 



s 



Type 3 



- 1" 5 cale Elevation of Bank -5 creek 
Type 4 . • . • 



[35+5 • [3f4o 




SWFScaLe' Details op 
Bank Screens and Railings 
Mouldings andOrnament-s 



Our 


large 


variety of 


materials does 


not 


limit 


either 


design 


or 


application. 


In these 


drawings 


widely 


divergent 


effects 


have been obtained but 


many 


more 


are 


possible. 


ORNAMENTS 


from 


Catalog 18. 
















y 3CALE. Ll-l-vatio m oe Railing 

!llU5TRAT] >:>■•-:;%:. 



Copyrighted 1926 by J. G. Bratut 



50 PERFORATED FACINGS 

#898 




#899 




&QQQ 

> V4'< 




1.07 Lb. 



Corner Blocks may be used for finishing Panels in Store 
and Elevator Fronts, Sign Boards, Partitions, etc. 

Other suggestions will be found in Catalog 18. Round or 
Square Rosettes can be selected to suit condition and proper 
height obtained by applying a Square Plate. 



Illustrations Actual Size 



CORNER BLOCKS 



#1603 




No. 1603A— 2" No. 1603B— 2 9/16" No. 1603C— 3" 

#1604 




No. 1604A— 2" No. 1604B~2 9/16" No. 1604C— 3" 
No. 1604D— 3%" 

#917 




No. 91 7 A— 3" No. 917B--3%" 

Weights and Measurements Approximate 



CORNER BEADS 



51 



#104 

< I Vie" > 




0.74 Lb. 



#105 



I 9 / 



16 




I Lb. 



# 106 




1.24 Lb. 



#339 




#II7£ 



, 9 /J 



1.17 Lb. 



1. 10 Lb. 



#1170 





1.151b. 



Corner Beads have been found to 
give excellent Service for Protection 
of Columns and Corners, Casings and 
as Wainscoting Finish. 

They are sturdy, being made of 
heavy material, clean looking and neat 
in appearance. 




Illustration shows how easily An- 
chors are attached on Nos. 1170 and 
1172. The Rib serves not only as 
Means to rivet or weld Anchors to, 
but forms an Additional Bracing. 

Anchors can be attached parallel to 
the Section and are bent at right an- 
gle by hand on the Job making for 
greater Ease in Shipping. 



Illustrations Actual Size 



Weights and Measurements Approximate 



52 



STAIR NOSINGS 



#1204 



#1165 



#1167 



< %[ > 



We 




2/»6 



1.00 Lb. 



Y ; , 




2'/.6" 




.00 Lb. 



1. 81 Lb. 



Furnished in Random Lengths of 16 to 20 feet. 
Cat to Length drilled or with Anchors attached. 
Nos. 1167, 1167B, 1203 Patent No. 960489. 



#II67B 




2.00 Lb. 

For Lead Filler 



#1203 



3" 



2.5 Lb. 



1204 Composilion-j 



c 



o 



o 



DETAIL OF STEEL NOSING 
APPLIED TO STEEL RISER. AND 
COMPOSITION TREAD 



C 



M(o5 C&mzni-s 



* .* v . * 



o 



o 



o 



o 



DETAIL OF STEEL NOSING 

APPLIED TO STEEL RISER. 

AND CONCRETE TREAD 




±J^±^ DETAIL OF SAFETY 



NOSING APPLIED TO CONCRETE TREAD 

m 



/M203 r Composition finish 



M 

V 



DETAIL OF SAFETY NOSING 
APPLIED TO OLD WOOD TREAD 



J.g.Br«aun||3)£rAlLS SHOWING APPLICATIONS 0? STEEL NOSING S HScdlegVj 



Our Nosings are adaptable to many Uses, a few of which are suggested. They have found universal Favor for 
Durability, Ease of Installation and Moderate Cost. A list of Schools, Public and Office Buildings using these Nosings 
will be found on page 71. 



Illustrations Actual Size 



Weights and Measurements Approximate 






STAIR EDGING and NOSING 



53 




#663 



0.54-Lb. 
#662 

> 7 Az< 




0.7 Lb. 
#664 

> 7 /)Z< 




I.I Lh. 
4*662 




> 7 /tf"-< 




1.33 Lb. 




.03 Lb 



1.47 Lb. 



Illustrations Actual Size 



Weights and Measurements Approximate 



J 




#1166 




*f B2604 







#=B2£>05 




#B2606 




Sections B2804 to B2806 ARCHITECTURAL BRONZE 



Door Saddles, Nos. 1166 and 1200 are furnished in Random Lengths of 16 to 20 ft. or cut to length. 
Door Saddles, Nos. B2804 to B2806 are furnished in Random Lengths of 10 to 16 ft. or cut to length. 



Illustrations Actual Size 



Weights and Measurements Approximate 



#1237 



DOOR SADDLES and GROOVES 



For typical Application note Detail en Pages 37 and 41 

#1057 





1.15 Lb. 



TYPICAL CONSTRUCTION OF ELEVATOR DOOR SADDLE 



Va &TOUS 



Stee.uTi 



LATt 



-MM ft. £_ 



Va 



FLI OU5 



55 




ff 1233 

< l" > 




1.00 Lb. 



5te&l TLate_- 




Sections No. 661 to 664 on Page 53 may be used in place of Steel Plate. Portions of Groove may be blocked up 
with Flat Iron. 



Illustrations Actual Size 



Weights and Measurements Approximate 



56 



ANGLES— Ornamental 



90° 



#234. 
0.17 Lb. 



#235 

A 
7 /6 



< "At > 
0.23 Lb. 



#236 



A 

Jfc" 

< *- ye > 

0.3^ Lb. 




#240 




5/e 

< 1/6 

0.60 Lb 



#242 



0.60 Lb 



#2-45 






1.83 Lb. 



#346 



V8 



< 1i 

0.27 Lb. 



#350 



< 5/8 > 

0.40 Lb. 



#230 



#82 



< '/2 > 

0.24-Lb 



< 3 / 4 " > 
0.40 Lb. 



#83 



^ fA ^ f^At 5 ^'^\. 

< 5 /8 > ^ -. ^ . , ^ 3/.'/ ^ y ^^ 



< I l Ad' > 
0.55 Lb. 



135° 



# 347 # 349 



V|6 



< 3 /b" > 

0.16 Lb. 



A 

S/.6 



5/l6 
9/,«" 

0.27 Lb. 



4. 
< 



#351 




< 3/4' 

0.40 Lb. 



#352 




0.60 Lb. 



#231 

A 

< 5/6" > 

0.30Lb. 




#233 

A 

y 

< 9/l6> 

0.26 Lb, 




These Angles find use for Frame Work in Show Cases and Windows, Directory Boards, etc. 
The smaller Sizes are especially adapted for Lanterns 



Illustrations Actual Size 



Weights and Measurements Approximate 



1 



CRESTINGS 



57 



#1625 



#964- 



I 



*i.jfiKKa 




•„'S' 




iiii 



Q.32 Lb. 



+^I6Z6 




0.23 Lb. 




#889 





0.47 Lb. 



#688 




0.66 Lb. 




0.43 Lb. 



0.69 Lb. 



Illustrations Actual Six* 



Weights and Measurements Approximate 



58 



CRESTINGS 



T 






0.6^-Lb. 



#963 

A 



#906 





1.13 Lb 




1.00 Lb. 



Illustrations Actual Size 



Weights and Measurements Approximate 



Chicago , III.- 



J.G.B P.AUN" 

Wrought- Iron -ORN/\MENT5-AND-STEE.LMouLDiNgiS 
San I"rancjsco Cal. 



New-York ,N.Y« 




7 ■ 



,.'/. 



fRONT LLLVATION 




Roof Plan 



Liiirtri 



LUX 



fRO NT ELEVATION 



"iziz^ 




SECTION OP RIB 




*i2 - A- A * 



Plan of Soffit 




Plant of .Soffit 



dlction 









Side Llevation 




9$M^M&M$M1l 






lJrAND^ '5CAI EDETAH 5 
OF MAEOU15EAND CANOPY 



MOULDING 5 AND ORNAMENTS 



Beauty and practical design are successfully 
combined in these suggestions. Every arising con- 
dition can be met with our materials. ORNA- 
MENTS from Catalog 18. 




1T5callSe,ctiqn Of LAnGTL 
Typical MARQUrsEfeCANOPY 

It-LV5rP-ATED-6V- T P. ATM ECL- 



Copyrighted 1926 by J. G. Braun 



60 



CRESTINGS 



#905 

>%2< 







#644 



0.67 Lb. 



HAND HAMMERED BARS 



#64 7 




#645 




0.43 Lb. 
#646 




0.64 Lb. 





0.76 Lb. 



l.07Lb. 

For further Hand Hammered Effects see also pages 22, 44 and 47. 



Illustrations Actual Size 



Weights and Measurements Approximate 






1 



ANGLES 



EQUAL LEG, Square Root 



CHANNELS 



CHANNELS 



61 



BOX SHAPE, Square Root 



SASH TYPE, Square Root 



„ „. Weight in 

No. Size Lbs. per Ft. 

968 iV'x ,V'x &" 0.19 

972 %"x V 2 "x A" 0.28 

976 y B »x y 8 " x &" 32 

978 %»x %"x A* 0.36 

979 %"x %"x \i" «. o.Sl 

983 V 8 "x %"x &» 42 

986 1" xl" x A* 0.51 

987 1" xl" x W 0.70 

992 lH ,f x\]4"x y s » 0.90 

1157 \Wx\y 2 »x y % » 1.22 

1018 2" x2" x A" 2 .00 



UNEQUAL LEG, Square Root 




No. 

1000 
1014 
1015 
1001 
1016 
1005 
1003 
1010 



q;„ Weight in 

Sl2e Lbs. per Ft. 

M"x H"X &" 32 

%"* W* «*..... o!43 

l" x y 8 "x y 8 ». a 58 

A /4 x ^ X 32 60 

IM'x^xM" 075 

\%y*A'xx» S:£ 

i^'xi" x y s " 095 

2 *i" x H" 1.20 



135° Filleted 




No. 

1160 
1156 



M"x %"x H". 

1" Xl" X %". 



Weight in 
Lbs. per Ft. 



0.55 

0.72 





No. Size 



Weight in 

No. Size Lbs. per Ft. 

1061 y 2 "x y/x A" 0.33 

1062 y 8 "x %"x A" 0.47 

1052 %»x %"x A" 0.54 

1053 y 8 »x y 8 "x A" 0.65 

1054 1" xl" x y 8 " 1.00 

1087 \y tf x\y±"x y H " 1.35 

1155 l>TxlK"x y 8 " 1.75 

1139 2" x2" x A" 2.64 

1058 2?6*x2j£ w x A" 4.23 



UNEQUAL, Square Root 



Weight in 
Lbs, per Ft. 



1051 H" x ff"x a*: 0.5 

1217 l 1 ' i? "x2" x if 2.2 



TEE IRON 




No. 

1065 
1064 
1089 



Weight in 
Size Lbs. per Ft. 

liV'xl" X A" 1.50 

iM"x H"x y % " 1.12 

2" xi" x y 8 " 1.45 



UNEQUAL, Filleted 




No. 

1056 

1059 

1060 

406 



Weight in 
Size Lbs, per Ft. 

lA"x >g"x A" 1.15 

l%"xl" x y s " 1.25 

lM"xlA"x y g " 1.55 

2^"x H"x A" 2.35 



#1093 
< 5/s" > 

T 

0.38 Lb. 
441096 

T 

0.^-8 Lb. 

#1079 

< V4 > 



H 



T 



0.46Lb. 

#I20£> 
< V4 > 




in 



ustrations Actual Size 



0.96 Lb. 



Weights and Measurements Approximate 



62 



ZEE IRON 



#1158 ** < l0 ^° > #||59 #1024 

0.90 Lb/' v P - !?™ B 

■■HEM 0.90 Lb. ■ 

< * \y, b u > < Ve" > 

1.14 Lb. 1.47 Lb. 



#1022 

< 5/ 6 " > 




< 7/ 6 " > ^^^ 

0.90 Lb. v | 

Va" 
1.47 Lb. 



HARDWARE for VESTIBULE DOORS 



< Vz > 



1.06 Lb. 



Ball Bearing Blank Butts 




Bronze Locks 




Carried in Stock in 6"x5" and 6"x6" 



Furnished with 1" or iy 2 " Backset 
for 2"x 2" and 3"x 2" Tubing for Right 
or Left Door. 

We also carry BRONZE LEVER. 
HANDLES AND KNOB to fit. 



Illustrations Actual Size 



Weights and Measurements Approximate 



TUBING, CAPS and DROPS 



63 



TUBING, HOT ROLLED WELDED (No Seam) 



C. I. CAP and DROP TY^E B 




For 3" and 4" Tubing 




C. I. CAP and DROP TYPE A 




For W, 2", 2V 2 '\ 3" and 4" Tubing 



This Tubing is suited for Columns, Newels, Heavy Railing, etc. It has a hot rolled surface and slightly rounded 
corners. It is to be preferred to cast iron for its clean appearance, greater strength, lighter weight. It may be enhanced 
by panelling or ornamentation as indicated on page 9. 

TUBING, COLD ROLLED WELDED (No Seam) 





Square 


y*' 


'x y 2 "x 


16 Ga. 


%"* s A"x 


16 Ga. 


%• 


'x %"x 


16 Ga. 


Vs' 


'x K"x 


16 Ga. 


i" 


Xl" X 


16 Ga. 


lM"xlM"x 


16 Ga. 


IX' 


'xlK"x 


16 Ga. 


W 


'xl^"x 


14 Ga. 


i%' 


y xl^"x 


14 Ga. 


2" 


x2" x 


14 Ga. 


iy* 


*x2}<£"x 


14 Ga. 


3" 


x3* x 


11 Ga. 



Rectangular 




2" xl* x 14 Ga. 




2" xl34"x 14 Ga. 




2" xWx 14 Ga. 




23^"xlM"x 14 Ga. 




23^"xl3^"x 14 Ga. 




3" xl" x 14 Ga. 




3" xlM"x 14 Ga. 




3" xlj^"x 14 Ga. 




3" x2" x 14 Ga. 




3^"xlM*x 14 Ga. 





This Tubing has smooth bright surface and fairly sharp corners. It has found many uses, the most common of 
which are Door Frames, Partitions, Railings, etc. Some of the applications are shown on pages 15 Store Fronts, 37 
Elevator Cabs and Partitions, 41 Elevator Doors and 45 Entrance Doors. 

DOOR FRAME TUBING 



i, SPECIAL SEAMLESS 




Square 


a 


%"x %"x 20 Ga. 


% 


y 2 "x Y 2 n x 18 Ga. 




%"x y % "x 18 Ga. 




M"x %"x 18 Ga. 





xl" x 16 Ga. 




&*" 



TUBING, SPECIAL SEAMLESS 

Hexagon 

I4"x 18 Ga. 

%"x 18 Ga. 

%"x 18 Ga. 

1" x 16 Ga. 

Rectangular 

•v s "xM"x 18 Ga. 



While the Cold Rolled Welded tubing may only be used straight the Special Seamless can be twisted, bent, flanged 
and otherwise reshaped. Some of the operations may be performed cold while for the more severe ones it must be heated. 



Weights and Measurements Approximate 



64 



PICKET TOPS 







No. 11 

l A ff Rd. 
W Rd. 




No. 1 

W Rd. 
H" Rd. 
W Rd. 
W Rd. 




No. 4 



16 



Rd. 



Rd. 

Rd. 
W Rd. 
3^" Sq. 
Vs" Sq. 
M" Sq. 




No. 14 

H* Rd. 

^" Rd. 
W Rd. 




No. 2 

A* Rd. 

W Rd. 
%" Rd. 
M" Rd. 
^" Rd. 
1" Sq. 




W Rd. 
%* Rd. 
3^" Sq. 
W Sq. 




No. 205 

W Rd. 

%" Rd. 




No. 203 

* # Sq. 

3^" Sq. 
^" Sq. 



r Sq. 
1M" Sq. 

Illustrations ^4 actual size of %" Shank. 




No. 207 

W Sq. 
W Sq. 
X' Sq. 

7 A" Sq. 




Kv^Pl 



No. 208 

Y" Rd. 
%* Rd. 



Measurements Approximate 



PICKET TOPS 



65 




No. 12 

W Rd. 

%" Rd. 
H" Rd. 




No. 54 

ft* Sq.llJ 

'A" Sq. 
H" Sq. 
*T*Sq. 



CENTER PICKETS 




No. 49 

%" Sq. 
W Sq. 




No. 48 

%" Sq. * 
%" Sq. 



PEARL BARS 





No. 202 

y % » Rd. 

W Rd. 
M" Rd. 

No. 201 

l-i" Rd. 
^*Rd. 

Illustrations J / 2 actual size of ^" Shank. 
No. 48 and 49 */ 2 actual size of s/ % " Shank. 




No. 200 

A" Sq. 
W Sq. 
J^" Sq. 
J** Sq. 
H" Sq. 



No. 1 



No. 2 




No. 3 



Illustrations V 2 actual size. 



No. 4 



Measurements Approximate 



M 



66 



NUTS and RIVETS 



OVAL 



ROUND 



HALF ROUND 



^'-j^y ^ 


■ ~~^f 


No. 106 
No. 107 
No. 108 
No. 109 
No. 110 
No. Ill 


K"xh 
^"xA 

5i"xA 

H'xfr 

1" x% 




No. 16 A w 
No. 15 K" 
No. 14 A" 
No. 13 %" 



SQUARE 




No. 21 %" across flats 
No. 20 l A" across flats 
No. 19 %" across flats 
No. 18 %" across flats 



ROUND 




No. 


42 


M" dia 


No. 


41 


A" dia 


No. 


5 


W dia 


No. 


4 


V 2 " dia 


No. 


3 


?s" dia 


No. 


2 


M" dia. 


No. 


1 


JT dia 


No. 





1 " dia 



OVAL 



No. 


42 


H" 


dia. 


No. 


41 


5 // 
16 


dia. 


No. 


5 


%" 


dia. 


No. 


4 


"A" 


dia. 


No. 


3 


%" 


dia. 


No. 


2 


K" 


dia. 


No. 


1 


Vs" 


dia. 


No. 


1" 


dia. 


No. 


2/0 


1 y% 


dia. 


No. 


3/0 IK" 


dia. 


No. 


4/0 1%* 


dia. 


No. 


5/0 IW 


dia. 






HALF ROUND 



SHOULDER BALLS 




No. 70 l"x%" 



SQUARE 



No. 71 W*W 




No. 106 H M x)4" 
No. 107 ^"x^" 
No. 108 H"*&" 

No. 109 %"xfz" 




No. 16 A" 

No. 15 y 2 " 

No. 14 A" 

No. 13 %" 




No. 21 %" across flats 
No. 20 l A" across flats 
No. 19 %" across flats 
No. 18 ^^ across flats 



SCREW BALL 



Holes through Nuts and Shanks on Rivets 
measure from 3/16" to 5/16", dependent upon 
Size. 




SCREWS: Round, Oval and Half-round 
Shapes carried in stock threaded with nuts 
attached. Order by same number as Rivets. 



No. 75 



Illustrations Actual Sim 



Weights and Measurements Approximate 



J.G.BRAUN 



ru ;^ Alll -' "Wrought Iron. Ornaments and Steel Houlding 5 

CHICAGO, ILL. - S AN f>ANCl3CO.CAL. 



KfwYork,N.Y 



■■» »| 4P in 7* 




z 





PQQ222 



A A 



* 




= £JELe^o^qNjlQf • Half • Elevation ■ of ' 
GAte-T ypf.-N £ 1 :^at e -Typ e-N- 2 




EX X VAT IG NQ F HaLEEleYATIuN- OF HALF- ELEV ATION- OF 

UnceiTVpEtA Gat eTy pe-N^ 5 Gate Type-M 9 4 .' 





Elevation of Gate Type N g -7 



Half E leva tion, of Half Elevation 
Gate and Fence of Gate and fence" 

TY PE-N 5 5 TfPErN-G 

^5cale det a1 l s_of 
Fence d Gates a nWosis 
moued ing 5 and ornaments 



In these details we attempt to show the adap- 
tability of Pickets and Ornaments. Any design 
may be carried out with a selection from over 
2,500 numbers. ORNAMENTS shown in Catalog 18. 



ELEVATI ON - OF G ATE 






Elevation -or Gate -Tf pe hP5 



lllvation-of-GateTyfe-N? id 

lL LUST r At^P Bv T R.ATN e.fl.. 



Copyrighted 1926 by J. G. Braun 



68 



ORNAMENTS 



HOT FORGED for Exterior and Interior Work— Scale 3"=!' 




2791 



6065 



2151 



3 380 



The Selection is made from over 2500 Patterns carried in Stock, truly a Marvellous Collection. Every Variety of 
Wrought Ornament may be found. They approach the Hand Forged Character to such a Degree that Detection is al- 
most impossible. Their Cost is considerably less than that of Handwork. Artistic Wrought Iron is therefore within the 
Reach of all who love it. 

The Material is of sufficient Thickness to withstand Weather Conditions, and is adapted to all Finishes, whether 
Paint or Polychrome, Polishes or Swedish Iron Finish. The full Selection is shown in Catalog 18. 



STUDDING NAILS 



Over 20 designs carried in Sizes 
from 3/g" to l^s" Diameter. 

If interested ask for Special Folder 
on Forged Nails. 






ORNAMENTS 



69 



COLD STAMPED for Interior Work 
Scale 3"= 1' 
















Of Ornaments largely made of Sheet Metal we carry over 500 Numbers. A great many have been designed by 
American Artists and show exquisite Detail. They have found Use in all Types of Interior Work, such as Stair. Rails, 
Gates, Lamps, Tables, Fernstands and numerous other Articles. All desired Finishes may be applied. For full Line 
obtain Catalog 20. 

PERFORATED SHEETS 



HUIUIUI 
IWIOIOIC 

JIUIUIUI 
IWIOIOIl 

jiwiwiwi 

■IUIWlOtt 



■ ■■■■ 



'■■ 



■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 

■ ■■■■ 

■ ■■■■ 

■ ■■■■ 

■ ■■■■ 

■ '■■■■ 

■ ■'■■■ 



» x 6'7" in 19 B W G. Other Sizes #nd Gauges furnished on Special Orders. They 
suited for ^ Covers, Fire Screens, Ventilators Flower Stands, Furniture and many other pur- 

i* ™fj flMSS . Wr wl Want. Many more patterns are available. If interested, ask for Catalog 26. 



poses. They are filling a long felt Want. Many 



Illustrations Actual Size 



Catalog 

Weights and Measurements Approximate 















70 LIST of REPRESENTATIVE BUILDINGS 




in which our Materials have found use 






CITY 


BUILDING 


ARCHITECT 


ORNAMENTAL IRON WORK 






AKRON, OHIO 


Keith Theatre 


Good & Wagner 


Ornamental Iron Work Co. 






ALBANY, N. Y. 


City Savings Bank 


Marcus T. Reynolds 


West Side Structural Co., Inc. 






AUSTIN, TEX. 


Biology Building, University of Texas 


Herbert M, Greene 


Southern Ornamental Iron Works 






AMBRIDGE, PA. 


Elks Club 




Star Ornamental Iron Works 






BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 


Federal Reserve Bank 


Warren- Knight & Davis 


Decatur Iron 8b Steel Co. 






BOSTON, MASS. 


Nurses Home, Faulkner Hospital 


Oscar A. Thayer 


Smith 8s Lovett Co. 






BROOKLYN, N. Y. 


American Trust Co. 


Horace S. Luckman 


Reliance Architectural Iron Works 






CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA 


Merchants National Bank 


Weary & Alford Co. 


Flour City Ornamental Iron Co. 




CHARLESTON, W. VA. 


Charleston Senior High School 


Warne,Tucker&Patterson 


Hughes Keenan Co. 




CHICAGO, ILL. 


Masonic Temple 


C. W. 85 Geo. L. Rapp 


Guaranty Iron 8b Steel Corp. 




« 


Lincoln Turner Hall 


M. F. Strauch 


Frank Scaar & Co. 




u 


Lincoln Trust 8s Saving Bank 


Hall, Lawrence, Ripple 8b 
Ratcliffe 


Simpson-Frisch Co. 






« 


Chicago Town & Tennis Club 


Philip Maher 


Wetzel Iron Works 






CLEVELAND, OHIO 


Penton Publishing Co. Building 


Geo. F. Burrows 


Van Dorn Iron Works Co. 






a 


J. R. Nutt, Residence 


Palmer 8b Riley 


Rose Iron Works 






DETROIT, MICH. 


S. S. Greater Detroit 85 S. S. Greater 
Buffalo 


Detroit Shipbuilding Co. 


Weigel-Brown Iron Works, Inc. 






EAST LIVERPOOL, OHIO 


Mary A. Patterson, Memorial Building 


Peterson 85 Clarke 


Tyler Iron Works 






GALVESTON, TEX. 


Medical Building, University of Texas 


Herbert M. Greene 


Southern Ornamental Iron Works 


f 




GREENSBORO, N. C. 


North Carolina College for Women 


Harry Barton 


Monteith-Soule Co. 


; 




GRAHAM, N. C. 


Alamance Court House 


Harry Barton 


T. L. Talbert Iron 8b Steel Co. 






HAMMOND, IND. 


First National Bank of Hammond 


Weary 85 Alford Co. 


Western Architectural Iron Works 






HILLING, MINN. 


Belmont Apartments 


Arthur Dahlstrom 


C. W. Olson Manufacturing Co. 






INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 


Elks Club 


Adolph Scheuer 


Enterprise Wire 8b Iron Co. 






JERSEY CITY, N. J. 


Simpson Grace Church 


Charles Granville Jones 


Ferguson-Phin Iron Works, Inc. 


i 




JOHNSTOWN, PA. 


State Theatre Building 


H.C.Hodges 8c CD. Hill 


Lamer-Brocke Steel 8b Wire Works 






KANSAS CITY, MO. 


Alcazar Hotel 


L. O. Willis 


W. S. Humphrey Wire 8b Iron W'ks 






KINGSTON, N. Y. 


Governor Clinton Hotel 


Geo. E. Lowe 


Newburgh Iron Works 






LOUISVILLE, KY. 


Federal Land Bank 


D. H. Murphy 8b Bros. 


Champion Wire 8c Iron Works 






a 


Southern Baptist Theological Seminary 


James Gamble Rogers 


Logan Co. 






LOS ANGELES, CALIF. 


Los Angeles Biltmore Hotel 


Schultze & Weaver 


A. J. Bayer Co. 






MILWAUKEE, WIS. 


Tower Theatre 


Dick 8c Bauer 


Globe Wire 8b Iron Works 






MORRISTOWN, PA. 


Morristown Penn. Mutual Trust Co. 


Simon 8e Simon 


Humphreys Co. 






NEW HAVEN, CONN. 


St. Raphael's Hospital 


Walsh 


McDermott Iron Works 






NEW YORK, N. Y. 


Silk Centre 


McKim, Mead 85 White 


Albee Godfrey Whale Creek Co. 






a 


Nurses Home 


Crow, Lewis 85 Wick 


Fassler Iron Works 






a 


Hotel Marseilles 


C. N. Whinston 8b Bros. 


Grand Iron Works 






u 


Museum of Natural History 


Trowbridge 8b Livingston 


Williams Iron Works 






PHILADELPHIA, PA. 


George Howe, Residence 


Geo. Howe 8b Fumess 
Evans Co. 


Robert B. Lederle 8b Co. 






u 


Corn Exchange Bank 


Arthur H. Brockie 


Frank Pettit Ornamental IronWks 






PITTSBURGH, PA. 


Mount Mercy Academy 


Edward Stotz 


Vilsack Martin Co. 






PORTSMOUTH, VA. 


Orpheum Theatre 


Chas. M. Major 


Standard Iron Works 






PROVIDENCE, R. I. 


School of Languages, Brown University 


1 Herbert Hunt 


Mueller Metal Works 






READING, PA. 


Rosedale Knitting Mills 




Bauman Iron Works 






RICHMOND, VA. 


Virginia State Office Building 


Carneal 8b Johnston 


Richmond Structural Steel Co. 






ROANOKE, VA. 


Boxley Building 


Frye 8b Stone 


Roanoke Iron Works 






ROCHESTER, N..Y. 


Baptist Temple 


Gordon 8b Kaelber 
Carl Traver 


Faucher MacMurrary 






ROCK HILL, S. C. 


Citizens Bank 


C. C. Hartman 


J. D. Wilkins 






SAGINAW, MICH, 


Standard Oil Building 


Standard Oil Co. 


Koehler Bros. 







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List of Representative Buildings (Continued) 
in which our Materials have found use 



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CITY 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. 

a 

SARANAC LAKE, N. Y. 
SCRANTON, PA. 
ST. LOUIS, MO. 

a 
u 

SUFFERN, N. Y. 
SYRACUSE, N. Y. 
TAMPA, FLA. 

TRENTON, N. J. * 

THIELLS, N. Y. 

TROY, N. Y. 
TUCKAHOE, N. Y. 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 
WINCHESTER, VA. 
WHEELING, W. VA. 
YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO 



BUILDING 

Pacific Gas & Electric Co. Building 

Pacific Tel. 85 Tel. Co. Building 

Saranac Lake Post Office 

Scranton Junior High School 

Hancock School 

Senate 8c Congress Apartments 

Roosevelt Hotel 

Suffern National Bank 

Third National Bank 

Cass St. Arcade 

Junior High School No. 4 

State Administration Buildings 

House of Good Shepherd 
First National Bank 
School Buildings 
George Washington Hotel 
Central Union Trust Co. 
S. H. Kress Building 



ARCHITECT 

Bakewell 8b Brown 
Miller 8b Pflueger 
U. S. Government 
Gilbert N. Edson 
Chas. Wray. 
Preston J. Bradshun 
Favrot-Livandais 
Alfred Hopkins 
A. L. Brockway 
Fred J. James 

Ernest A. Sibley 8b Wm. A 
Klemmann 

State Architect Sullivan 
W. Jones 

Morgan 8b Milliman 

Holmes 8b Winslow 

A. L. Harris, Mun. Arch. 

Clarence L. Harding 

C. W. Bates 

E. J. T. Hoffman 



ORNAMENTAL IRON WORK 

Federal Ornamental I. 8b B. Co. 

Peerless Ornamental I. 8b B. Wks. 

Economic Iron Works 

Standard Iron Works 

Mesker Bros. Iron Co. 

Usona Manufacturing Co. 

Lasar Manufacturing Co. 

Rockrange Iron Works 

Smith 8b Caffrey Co. 

South Florida Ornamental 
I. 8b W. Works 

National Iron Works 

J. J. Reynolds 

N. C. Clausen Arch. I. Co. 
McDougall 8s Potter Co. 
Alexandria Iron Works 
Norfolk Iron 8t Wire Works 
J. E. Moss Iron Works 
Federal Iron Works 



LIST of BUILDINGS using STEP NOSINGS 



CITY 

BALTIMORE, MD. 
BOSTON, MASS. 
BUFFALO, N. Y. 

a 

CHICAGO, ILL. 



DENVER, COLO. 

KANE, PA. 

GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. 

LOCKPORT, N. Y. 
LYNCHBURG, VA. 
MUSKEGON, MICH. 

NEW YORK, N. Y. 
BOSTON, MASS. 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 
PRINCETON, N. J. 

ROANOKE, VA. 
SPARTANBURG, S. C. 
YORK, PA. 



BUILDING 

Equitable Building 

C. E, Osgood Co. Furniture Store 

Crescent Telephone Co. Building 

Main Street Market 

Angelus Apartment Building, 

Cohans Grand Opera House 

Mountain State Tel. 8b Tel. Co. 
First National Bank Building 
New Burton School 

Clinton Street School 
Junior High School 
Senior High School 

Cotton Exchange Building 

National Rockland Bank 

Philadelphia Electric Co. Sub-Stations 

Administration Hall, Hun School of 
Princeton 

Boxley Building 

Spartanburg High School 

Strand Theatre 



ARCHITECT 



J. Wm. Beal 8s Sons 



Oldefest 8g Williams 

Rebori, Wentworth, 
Dewey 8c McCormick, 

Wm. N. Bowman Co. 

A. Stanley Miller 

Henry H. Turner 8s 
E. V. Thebold 

Heard & Chesterman 

Henry H. Turner 8b 
E. V. Thebold 

Thomas M. James Co. 
John T. Windrim 
Rolf Wm. Bauhan 

Frye 8c Stone 
E. C, Horn Son 



ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS 

Dietrich Bros. 
Federal Iron Works 
August Feine 8g Sons Co. 
August Feine 6c Sons Co. 
James Shedden 8c Co. 

O. H. Hill Co. 
Inc. 
Mid West Steel 8c Iron Works 
Henry Althof 's Sons Co. 
C. W. Olson Manufacturing Co. 

August Feine 8c Sons Co. 

Roanoke Iron Works, Inc. 

C. W. Olson Manufacturing Co. 

McDougall ^ Potter 
Norfolk Iron Co. 
Philadelphia Electric Co. 
Richmond 8c Kemp 

Roanoke Iron Works, Inc. 
Palmer Spivey Construction Co. 
Wm. Christensen. 



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