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The author gratefully acknowledges the invaluable assistance
of co-worker Michael Auer in preparing this brief for publication.
This publication is an extension of research initiated by Frederec
E. Kleyle. Special thanks are given to Hope's Architectural
Products, Inc., Jamestown, NY, for their generous contribution
of historic metal window catalogues which were an invaluable
source of information. The following individuals are also to
be thanked for reviewing the manuscript and making suggestions:
Hugh Miller, Chief, Park Historic Architecture Division, National
Park Service; Barclay L. Rogers, Museum Services, National Park
Service; Susan M. Young, Steel Window Institute, and Danny Schlichenmaier,
State Building Division, Lincoln, Nebraska. Finally, thanks
go to Technical Preservation Services Branch staff and to cultural
resources staff of the National Park Service Regional Offices,
whose valuable comments were incorporated into the final text
and who contributed to the publication of this brief. Washington,
D. C. September, 1984
This publication has been prepared pursuant to the National
Historic Preservation Act of 1966, as amended, which directs
the Secretary of the Interior to develop and make available
information concerning historic properties. Technical Preservation
Services (TPS), Heritage Preservation Services Division, National
Park Service prepares standards, guidelines, and other educational
materials on responsible historic preservation treatments for
a broad public.