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" Portland-cement mortar was used. Where the walls were laid with hard brick, with plenty of headers and in Portland-cement mortar, and were properly tied to the floor and roof members there was little, if any, damage. "
The San Francisco Earthquake and Fire of April 18, 1906: And Their Effects ... - Page 59
by Grove Karl Gilbert, Joseph Austin Holmes, Richard Lewis Humphrey, John Stephen Sewell, Frank Soulé - 1907 - 170 pages
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Bulletin, Issues 319-324

Geology - 1908
...masonry of brick or stone were similarly cracked, although this injury was small where Portland-cement mortar was used. Where the walls were laid with hard...destroyed in part at least the structures upon which they fell. While the evidence was by no means conclusive, it appeared to the writer that brick stacks of...
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Geology and Oil Resources of the Santa Maria Oil District, Santa ..., Issue 322

Ralph Arnold, Robert van Vleck Anderson - Petroleum - 1907 - 161 pages
...masonry of brick or stone were similarly cracked, although this injury was small where Portland-cement mortar was used. Where the walls were laid with hard...destroyed in part at least the structures upon which they fell. While the evidence was by no means conclusive, it appeared to the writer that brick stacks of...
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The Contractors' and Builders' Handbook

William Arthur - Building - 1911 - 378 pages
...mortar with few header courses, and generally had wooden frames with little or no tie to the walls. Where the walls were laid with hard brick, with plenty of headers and with Portland cement mortar, and were properly tied to the roof and floor members there was little...
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Fire Prevention and Fire Protection as Applied to Building Construction: A ...

Joseph Kendall Freitag - Building, Fireproof - 1912 - 1038 pages
...of good quality is the most satisfactory fire-resistive material now used in building construction.* Where the walls were laid with hard brick, with plenty...and roof members, there was little, if any, damage. t Sand-lime Bricks 'are made, as is indicated by their name, of sand and lime. The product is by no...
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