Features: New Brunswick Claybake - the Deichmanns of Sussex, New Brunswick; The last of the wooden heads - Cigar store Indian named Mazeppa in St. Thomas, Ontario and the large cedar wooden head carved by Pete Fuoci which was used at the opening of the Big Bend highway between Revelstoke and Golden, B.C. in 1940; Dude Ranches; The Scottish Highlanders come to Fergus, Ontario; Le Chien d'Or of Quebec City; The Stolen Church - St. Peter's Church on Lake Windermere used to be at Donald, B.C. and was supposed to be in Revelstoke but Rufus Kimpton and J.C. Pitts may have played a role in changing t... View More...
London, United Kingdom, B T Batsford Ltd: 1997
Edition: First Edition
Seller ID: 51801362
0713478756 128 pages including index. Shows that technology is already available to make all buildings - old and new - effectively self-sustaining in energy terms. Demonstrates how existing buildings can be made more energy-efficient in practical, graded steps, thus maximising the occupant's return on energy investment. Includes 60 illustrations, 50 in colour. Book as new. Dust jacket As New but for quarter inch tear to dust jacket to top of front fore-edge. Excellent copy. View More...