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Small Homes Council Research Reports (Digital Surrogates)

Digital Surrogates from the Small Homes Council Research Reports contains all digitized materials from the Small Homes Council Research Reports Series.

Digitized reports include Research Reports of studies and investigations undertaken by the Small Homes Council in cooperation with foundations, government agencies, and trade groups and written by the faculty of several departments concerning aging, blast resistance, ceilings, concrete floors, construction methods, electrical heating, foundations, framing, insulation, mobile homes, mold and moisture damage, parking garages, roofing, sheathing materials, solar, space use, stairs, storage, trusses, walls, water pipes, windows, and windstorm mitigation.

Report authors include Donald E. Brotherson, Brian J. Crumlish, Raymon Harrell, Rudard A. Jones, William H. Kapple, James T. Lendrum, Marylee MacDonald, Byron E. Munson, Donald H. Percival, Bernard S. Phillips, William B. Rose, Stanley K. Suddarth, David Wickersheimer, and Willard J. Worth.

This series also contains reports (2002-2005) prepared for the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Office of Native American Programs assessing mold and moisture conditions in the housing found on Native American reservations.

Note: All these reports are available upon request. Due to the collection's size, no access copies were generated. If you are interested about getting access to this material, please contact the University Archives.

Administrative access to preservation, nearline, and access files are available to archives staff at:

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Files are available in .TIF file format. Electronic records from this Series ave a size of 297.9 GB.
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