READING LIST FOR REHABBERS

NEW LIFE FOR OLD HOUSES by George Stephen, Washington, D.C.:, The Preservation Press, 1989 How to make rehab and design decisions appropriate for old buildings.

RESPECTFUL REHABILITATION National Park Service, Washington, D.C.:, The Preservation Press, 1982

Answers the most basic and commonly asked questions of old-house owners.

RENOVATION: A COMPLETE GUIDE by Michael Litchfield, New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1982

Provides a full range of guidance that respects the qualities of old houses.

PRESERVING AND MAINTAINING THE OLDER HOME by Shirley Hanson and Nancy Hubby, New York: McGraw-Hill, 1983

Comprehensive advice applicable to old and historic buildings.

OLD-HOUSE JOURNAL NEW COMPENDIUM edited by Patricia Poore and Clem Labine, New York: Doubleday, 1983

Step-by-step procedures from Old-House Journal magazine.

OLD-HOUSE JOURNAL CATALOG by Lawrence Grow, Pittstown, N.J.: Main Street, Press, 1988

Sources of fixtures, details, furnishings, and services needed in rehabilitation.

BUYING AND RENOVATING A HOUSE IN THE CITY: A PRACTICAL GUIDE by Deidre Stanforth, and Martha Stamm Connell, New York: Hippocrene Books, 1985

What to look for when buying an old house; how to plan a rehab project.

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