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Fine Woodworking : MAY/JUNE 1983 (40)
This index to issues #31 through #39, that is, November 1981 to March 1983. It supplements, but does not replace, our concise cumulative index to issues # I through #30, which appeared in issue #30 (September 1981). The sheer mass of information published in since 1975 has made it impossible Index to Issues 31-39 Fine Woodworking WQq4\\brking Fine magazine spans to continue our custom of periodically printing a cumulative index inside the magazine. Instead, we have prepared a new, comprehensive and minutely detailed cumulative index to all our back issues, from #1 through #39. It is being published as a separate 32-page booklet costing $2.50 a copy, which readers may order using the regular form and envelope bound into the magazine. This is a technical index which pays particular attention to Letters, Methods of Work, and Questions Woodworking selves. The format for each entry is issue number followed by a colon and page numbers. A hyphen separating page numbers within an issue indicates a continuous discussion of the topic, whereas commas between page numbers indicate a mention or intermittent discussion. This index to issues #31 to #39, and the new cumulative index from which it's taken, was prepared by Harriet Hodges of Rural Retreat, Va. & Answers, as well as to the articles themFine Armenian bole. See Rouge. jewelers. Armijo, Federico, chess table by, 36, 103 table, with mirror by, 36,101 Armoire. See Wardrobe. Armstrong, Philip, redw ood by, 39,8 Arnold, Eldridge, on burned-in feathers, 32,81 Art Deco, influence of, 38,103 Art Art of Making Wood Esse ntials, 36,78 Art of the W (Stevenson), reviewed, 31 ,36, 38 worker, (Roubo}. clear varnish recipe of, 35,57 French polish instruction in. 33,73, 74 surfacing instruction by, 33,71 Artisan Woodworkers, diary of, 32,84-85 Artisan Woodworkers Shop, 36,44 Artist Beware (McCann), 33,28 Artist's Hand Techniques, The (Mayer), 33,75 Artlst-Gallery Partnership, The, A Practical Guide co Consignment (Melon, Crawford), 32,103 Artiture: defined, 38,98 examples of. 38,98-103 ood boo ArtS and Crafts Movement. The (Naylor), 32,38 Arts and Crafts Movement. boo on, 32,36, 34,64 Artwork. frames. See Matting. Picture Arundinaria amabilis. Aslmlna trl/oba. See Pawpaw. AspiC, oil of. A ssoc A Asuonlum fraxinifolium, A. gravelones. See Goncalo alves. SSOC Abalone. Abbeon Cal. Inc .. 39,26 Ables excelsa. 35,54 (erratum. 36,4) Ables spp. See Fir AbrasiVes, early, 35,57 Abrosol, 34,92 Absolute humidity, defined, 39m Accidents, avoiding, 36,84-85 emergency first aid to, 36,87 to hands, 36,84-86 Maple. Acer spp. Acetylene finish. Adam, secretary, 38, I, 54-ffl Adhesives. See See Adirondack guide boat See Adze. adze. Aebi, Ormond, 39,89 Aerolite glue, 35,74 Adirondack GUide- boat, The (Durant), 36,59 Advertising. for. See glues. Aeschynomene hispida, specific gravity of, 37,34 Aesthetics. A. F. Sutter and Co., Ltd .. dye materials of, 33,75 See See See All Things Bright and Beautiful (MacCarthy), 3U8 Allemy. ning, 35,26 See open time of, 34,24, 37AO for veneer, 35,28 Alkanet root, and li Make a Chair from a Tree, 35,26 Aliphatic resin glue (yellow), freezing, 34,26 for lamination, 39,64 l Alexander, John D., chairs of, disc cl oose asses by, 33,56 nsee Elemi. d oil. 33,74 Design. Air drying, of wood. drying. Alaskan chalnsaw mills. See Chainsaw mills. Alcanna tlnccorla. root. Alcohol, as varnish solvent, early. 35,55 distillation of, early, 35,55 Alerce (TetracJinis articulata), 35,57 Alex Mathieson Wood working Tools, 37,77 usse & d, 33,52 Sons, 1899 See See Alkanet Wood also Urea-formaldehyde builders of, 38,6 construction of, 36,59 wood In, 38,4-6 Selling, strategies Elbow adzes. Sculptor's Glue. s, 36,55 Smoke finish. Allied International Inc .. veneer of, 33,34, 39,90 Alling, Clarence, 33,98 Almond oil, as finish, 38,71 Amaranth. gyne spp.) Amazonas, 38,80 Amber, 35,56 Amboyna. Indlcus). American Cabinetmaker'S PlolV Plane, The, Its Design and Improvement See See reViewed, 33,38 American Cyanamid, 32,28, URAC 185 glue, 35,28 American Forests, 33,86 America 's Wood 17OQ-1S\X) Its Early Technology bit-skin glues. See Anime, 35,54, 56 Annona glabra. Annual rings: in Japanese frames, 34,53 orientation, in bowls, 31 ,75-77 Anobiids. See Powderpost beetles. Anscombe, Isabelle, and Charlotte Gere, ArtS and Crafts in Britain and America, 32,38 See Apple (Malus spp.), for boats, 37,82 Apprenticeship in craft (ed. Williams), reViewed, 39,38-40 Apprenticeship system, Japanese, 34,50 modern Apprenticeshop, boat plans, 37,89 AQuafortis. Arariba. See Putumuju. Arbaugh, Craig, desk by, 35,4 Archetypes Galiery, 37,56 Archil; stain from, 33,72 See poss See Guild. Nitric acid. Arkansas stones. Armchairs: see also Lichens, stain from. See ,35,12 Benchstones, contemporary, 31,97 Flemish, reproduced, 39,72-73 pearw ood ibilities of. 39,38-40 Vietnamese, 33,96 also Baulines Craftsman's (M oody en Age, Aspects of Hin- dle), reviewed, 36,38-40 Amputations: emergency first aid to, 36,87 recovery from, 36,87 Anacardium occidentale. shew. (ed. See Anderson, Eric, 38,94 Anglers Supply House, 34,73 Aniline dyes, 39,3(}-32 Animal fats, as finish. 35,83 Animal glues. Purpleheart (peltorepouring, Narra (Pter oca rpus ), applications of, 39,4 babbitt for, kinds of. 38, 75 flaws in, 38,76-77 melting for, 38,76, 39A Oil-groove cutting in, 38,77 safety when, 39A setup for, 38,75-76, 39,4 tools for, 38, 73, 74 Backgammon boards, from angled wood strips. 33, Backsaws, problems With, 39,97 sharpening, 39,98 types of, 39,96-97 using, 39,96-97 Badzinski, Stanley, Jr .. Stair Layout, 3"'2 66-6 CaHide glues. RabPond-apple. Bahco Record Tools, 405 Multi-plane. 38,92, 93 plane irons, 35,8 tool line of, 39,26 Bahia wood. See Rosew ood bergia nigra). (Dal- Bailey planes. See Stanley-Bailey planes. Bailey, Daniel, armchair by, 35,12 Bailey, Leonard, 33,38 Bain-marie, 35:55. 57 Baldwin Hardware Manufacturing Corp., 34,87, 90-91 Ball and Ball, hardware of, 34,89-90 Ball, Whitman, 34,90 Balsa (Ochroma pyramidale), 38,79 speCific gravity of, 37,34 Bamboo (Arundinaria amabilis), 34,68-73, See also Fly rods, bamboo. Bandsaw lumbermills, portable. 36,64 Bandsaws: aCCidents with, 36,84 finger joints on, 39, 14 glue-gun aid for, 37,26 resawing fence for, 32, 14 Rockwell boo 7 Atw ood, Dan, table by, 35,90 Auger, ship, 33,80 Automobile valves, for tools, suggested, 38,22, disadvised, 39,8 Automobiles, restoration of. 32,42 Axes, for close work, 38,86 Hytest, source for, 39,34 sharpening, 38,85 nology, The, 39,30 iation for Preservation Techiations. See Guilds. See Ash, white (Fraxinus americana), bowl of, 32,57 molds in, 36,32 stains in, 32,65, 34,10 Ashbee, Charles Robert, book on, 32,38 See Oil of lavendar. Bam boo. ks Arts and Crafts in Britain and America (Anscombe), 32,38 k of Materials and en Toys, The headstock for, 32, Qualities of, 31,86 wood en. making, 32, Bark Service, Co., 3R36-38 Barnacle Parp's Chain Saw Guide 66-666-6 sofa Baulines (Ca.) Craftsman's Guild, 36,3, 39AO program of, 37,65-67, 68 Bavaro, Joseph Mossman, The Furniture of Gustav Stickley, reviewed, 36,38 Beading, cock, making, 39,74 Bearing scrapers, 38,77 Becker, Charles, table by, 35$9 Becksvoort, Chris, 36,64 Beds, tusk-tenon joint for, 38, 14-16 Bedside tables, Queen Anne, 36,6 Beebe, Jason, on Chinese woodworker, 37,94-97 1.. and Thomas L. Beeswax. Beetles. Beech, early mahogany stain for. 33,75 rays in, 31 ,76 Beehives, bee space for, 39,87 joinery of, 39,87 supers for, 39,87-88 supplies for, 39,89 Wax. Behlen (H.) and Bros. Inc., 34,94 Abrosol, 34,92 dye materials, 33,75, 39,32 gilding supplies. 36,78 laCQuers, 37, 102 no-lift Sticks, 34,92 Qualasole laCQuer, 31 ,73 sanding scalers, 37,102 varnish supplies, 35,54 Beitz, L. ., on bam boo 34,68-73 See See nl' Bench hooks, using, 39,97 Bench StOpS, 35,87 Benches, Egyptian-style, 35,79 free-form, 38,40 slat-seated, 37,108 Windsor-style, 37,109 with basket-weave seat, 31 ,99 See also Settle. Benchstones, antique razor stones for. 35, 14 care of, 37,91 diamond for Japanese tools, 38,26 lubricant for, detergent, 31 ,4-6 water With, 38:26 Bending. Lamination. Steam bending. Benzine. See See also Japanese waterstones. Forms. Benzoin, 35,54 Berea College (Ky.), crafts program, 39,38 See k about, 38,38 safety with, 38A, 10 sculpture With, 36, 108 tires for, of inner tubes, 39,8-10 throat of. increasing, 34, i6 wheel balanCing for, 38,22, 39,8 wood en wheels for, 39,28-30 See also under brand names. Bar clamps, choosing, 3 costs of. 32,66 i ,86 Bird's-eye Wood, turning, 3 U7 Biscuit joinery. BitS, See s for 32,78 also Carving. See Plate joinery. Forstner, sharpening of. 35,24 spade, for long boring, 35, 16 spade, improving, 33, 12 Bittner, Jack, old-tool auctions of. 33,58 Bjorkman. Donald made bowl lathe, 3U8-80 C, Black and Decker, bench hold-down, 36,91 on home- Bermuda's Antique Furniture and Silver (Hyde), 35,71 Bermuda, dovetailing of, 35,71 Berry, Harold D .. Keen Kuttet collection of. 33,57 Best, Billy F .. on Warren May's dulcimer, 33,68-70 Bickford, Lawrence, desk by, 31 ,42 Bicknell, Stuart, box by, 36,93 Binder, Jude, sculpture by, 37, 109 Binks, model 18 spray gun, 31 ,93 Birchwood Casey, gunstock oil, 39,34 Bird carving, 32, 1, 3, 37,11 2 approaches to, 32,80, 81 books on, 37,42-44 feathers for, 32,78-81 steel supportS for, 32,77-78 tools for, 32,78-8 1 wood Naptha (benzine). -coa ted, 39,66 Bell, Roger, on furniture shows, 35,91 Belsaw, portable sawmill, 36,64 Belt sanders, belt splicing for, 31,8 counterbalance for, 33, 16 edges With, 34,20 thickness sanding with, 37,22 See also Stroke sander. Ben Dixen, Danish bowsaw by, 31,28 Ben Meadows Co., 33,86, 39,95 Bench dogs, with wooden spring, 38,20 Powderpost beetles. (Hall), reviewed, 34,34, 36 Barnsley, Ernest and Sidney, boo on, 32,36-38 k Barr-Mullin, Inc. 3R34 Barrett. DaVid, bench by, 37,109 Bartholomew, Judi. chess set, 37,6 Baskets, bandsawn collapsible, 39,84-85 white oak, 37,109 Brass 7. 34,6-8 ;, 39, 14 dovetail jig by, 37,69 Black Bros .. glue spreader by, 31,60 Black knots. Blackburn, James, on table design, 31 ,63-64 See Knots, l oose Blacksmithing, contemporary, 34,86, 87 organization for, 34,91 pre-1750, 34,86 Black wood, East African (Dalbergia melanoxylon), 38,80. 81 Bleaching, 35,24 for color matches, 35,24 for dye lightening, 33,24 of natural defect 32,32 Blind woodworkers. See Handicapped woodworkers. Block planes, for carved panels, 36,99 tuning of. for fine finishing, 39,66-67 vs. bench planes, 39,66 Blockfront china cabinets, routed moldings for, 34,85 solid carved drawers for, 34,84 See also Bureaus. Boat Builder's Manual (Walbridge), 35,75 Boatbullding, schools of, 38,6, 39,107 workbench for, 37,28 Boats, carvel construction of, 36:55 fittings for, source of, 37,82 glue for, 37,82, 86 plans for, 37,89 38,82, 83 Bodger's bench. rods, Bell, David L., on Santa Fe exhibition, 39, 108 Bossio, Joe, 34,88 Boston University, crafts programs, 39,38 Boes멺 Boss k Bourdon, Robert, sculpture by, 38,101 Bowls, scooped slab, with board, 31 ,54 steam bent, coopered, 31,51 Bowls, bandsawn ring, 39,83-84 Bowls, hewed, 32,89 boo k on, 33,36 finishing, 32,89, 35,83 surfaCing, 32,89, 35,82-83; tools for, 35,81-83 woods for, 32,89, 35,80 Bowls, turned, covered. design for, 31,75-77, 38,70 exhibitions of, 32,54-60 experimental forms of, 32,108 history of. 32,55 huge, 32,58 laminated, chipping, 29,22-24 matched sets of, 38,7(}-7 1 on metal-lathe, 34,99 perfect, 32,58 ray-neck figure in, 31 ,76, 77 sanding discs for, 39,82, 84 templates for, 38,70 wood See Bowsaws: Chinese, 37,95 sources for, 31 ,28 Box joint. Boxes, See Finger joint. carved, Japanese-style, 34,74 from boo 32, 14 k-matched boards, glue-aligning tops of, 31,24 hexagonal. 33,63-65 jig-routed, 33,59, 61, 63-65 nested burl, 39,76, 77 presentation, with glass, 35,67 sculptural fantasy, 33,98, 99 Shaker, 32,94-95 turned, 36,93, 39, 100,102 Boxes, steambent, 32,92-94 Boxwood (Buxus sempervirems), availabililty of, 38,81 Boyce, Dale, 35,58, 59, 60 Boyland, John, on backgammon boards, 33,66-67 Braces (auger), old, prices of, 33,58 Brach ystegia leonensis. Zebraw ood. Bragdon, Claude, 34,64 Brake, splitting, 33,52, 55 Brash'c, 34,92 Brass, See casting of, 34,86, 88-89 early "laCQuer" on, 33,72 finish of, 34,89 imitations of, 34,89 nameplates of, source for, 33,30 stamping of, 34,86, 87, 88, 89 Fine Woodworking. May/June 1983 Boxes, turned. boats. Boco See also Canoes. Lapstrake te (Cordia spp), availability of, Bolt mechanism, spring, 31 ,74 Boo Bosc See . Boring. k of Shaker Furniture, The (Kassay), 32,94 Boo Bookends, 31 A Boo ks About W viewed, 38,36-38 jigs by, 37,69 spinners, 34,2(}-22 case멺 See ood Secretaries. (Hogbln), reDrilling. h Power Tool Corp., dovetail l, Jim, 39,80, 81 See Shaving horse. boo k on, 35,75 . figure in, 31 ,76, 77, 32,58 See also Turning. Various lathe tools.
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