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Issac Hammer House, Johnson City, Washington County, TN



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B&W Photos

HB1085557
Front Door Showing Original Trim, Door And Log Wall Construction

HB1085558
Marking In Stone At Southwest Corner Of Foundation, Showing 'i.h

HB1085559
Basement Fireplace

HB1085560
Typical Wooden Hinge Used On Doors In Basement Level

HB1085561
Composite Photograph: Left: Shows Hinge On Cellar Stair Entrance Right: Wooden Latch On Same Door Note That Slide Is Operated By Putting Finger Through Hole In Door

HB1085562
Shows Treatment Of Single Thick Board Walls Over Doorways

HB1085563
Typical Strap-hinge On Main Floor; Located On Front Door

HB1085564
Composite Photograph: Left: Original H-l Hinge, Still Showing Leather Washers Right: Lock (on Same Door As Hinge)

HB1085565
Upper Hinge And Wooden Latch On Basement Door


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Location
Johnson%2525252BCity%2525252Bvicinity, TN

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS TN-40
Significance: 1793 log single-dwelling with first floor of stone and two floors of logs. Interior slightly altered.

Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. FRONT DOOR SHOWING ORIGINAL TRIM, DOOR AND LOG WALL CONSTRUCTION
2. MARKING IN STONE AT SOUTHWEST CORNER OF FOUNDATION, SHOWING 'I.H. 1793'
3. BASEMENT FIREPLACE
4. TYPICAL WOODEN HINGE USED ON DOORS IN BASEMENT LEVEL
5. COMPOSITE PHOTOGRAPH: Left: SHOWS HINGE ON CELLAR STAIR ENTRANCE Right: WOODEN LATCH ON SAME DOOR NOTE THAT SLIDE IS OPERATED BY PUTTING FINGER THROUGH HOLE IN DOOR
6. SHOWS TREATMENT OF SINGLE THICK BOARD WALLS OVER DOORWAYS
7. TYPICAL STRAP-HINGE ON MAIN FLOOR; LOCATED ON FRONT DOOR
8. COMPOSITE PHOTOGRAPH: Left: ORIGINAL H-L HINGE, STILL SHOWING LEATHER WASHERS Right: LOCK (ON SAME DOOR AS HINGE)
9. UPPER HINGE AND WOODEN LATCH ON BASEMENT DOOR


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