Camp Stoves and Fireplaces
Originally published in 1937, when the author was consulting landscape architect for the United States Forest Service. The text and drawings make available in clear and definite form the most authoritative information on the subject of camp stoves and fireplaces. Today it is a most useful book for the homeowner, builder or architect doing outdoor work and needing reliable information.
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General design problems 7 Chimney notch fireplace
Discussion of detailed design 12 Fireplaceshelter types
Materials for construction 20 Good and bad stonework
ADAPTATION TO LOCATION approximately ashpit BAD Pig barbecue oven barbecue pit bars camp units campfire circle campgrounds and picnic cast iron clay concrete CONSTRUCTION DETAILS convenient cooking surface cooking unit damper DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION desirable doors draft DRY STONE WALL dutch oven especially facilities feature fire hazard fire-clay brick lining flue forest camp Forest Service foundation front frost line fuel grate or plate grill height high chimney inches lined with fire-clay meat MESH mortar multiple units national forests necessary patented stove picnic areas plate XXIV practical procured raised hearth recreation areas reenforced removable rock sand sheet iron shelter shown in figure shown in plate side walls solid plate spark arrester STANDARD GRATE stone masonry stonework stove or fireplace stoves and fireplaces texture tion top grate top plate type of fireplace type of stove types of camp VARIATIONS IN DESIGN warming fire WELDED width