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DeMesa-Sanchez House - Field Inspection May 22, 1980 (10 pages)
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 Material Information
Title: DeMesa-Sanchez House - Field Inspection May 22, 1980 (10 pages)
Series Title: Herschel Shepard Project Files
Physical Description: Unknown
Language: English
Donor: Shepard, Herschel ( donor )
Publication Date: 1980
Physical Location:
Folder: 7813 DeMesa-Sanchez House
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- St. Johns -- St. Augustine
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
System ID: AA00011621:00066

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MARK SIZE

S2A 2 Same as 202



IZ 2jAg 2-7-5/8 x 6-7-5/8 x 1-3/8


Pair 1-6 x 6-11


3-5 x 6-6 x 1-3/8


203





203A


2-9-7/8 x 6-3 x 1-1/8





\2-7-3/4 x 6-8 x 1-3/16


S205 2-8-1/8 x 6-7-1/2'x 1-3/8 4-p.




V 206 3-3 x 6-8-1/4 x 1-1/8 Pre
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DOOR DESCRIPTION

Same as 202



Modern; glazed in diamond
pattern, perhaps field
constructed

Each a modern 10 panel;
top 4 panels glazed


Removed before frame
was painted black


Pre-1900 raised
6-panel
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FRAME TYPE

Early with classic
revival trim added


Early with classic
revival head added
on west side


Modern


Early with classic
revival head; entab-
lature south side


Modern wire \
nails visible

Sf ditj


Pre-1900 4 panel with Not early, but dates
slightly raised panels from door
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anel pre-1900

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-1900 3-panel
ottom panels beveled
ide; upper panel is
ight casement window


Not early, but
dates from door



Early with heavy
bead, classic re-
vival head in N.
room only


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STATUS

Restore frame
Restore early
doors

Replace door
Restore frame


To be deter-
mined


REMARKS

Earlier doors -
visible in 1938
Wolfe photo

Door not shown
in frame on HSAPB
drawings

Indications in
plaster of earlier,
larger window or
door


Restore


Refinish door
& frame or re-
move & replace
with 203A


Restore or re-
locate at 203



To be deter-
mined



Restore


"Castle" hinges,
porcelain knob
rimlock upper
original; door
trimmed at bottom

Earlier door or
window (probably
window) was in
this location

Evidence of ear-
lier 4-6 x 7-4
opening in plaster
wall

Porcelain knob
hardware and hinges
appear to be ori-
ginal with door


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MARK SIZE

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DOOR DESCRIPTION

+1930's 5 panel


2-8-1/2 x 6-7-1/2 x 1-1/4 Pre-1900 vertical
2-panel


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2- 103/6 V raised panel 4-pane
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in upper panel abov
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FRAME TYPE


Modern


Early with heavy
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Early




Early


Early


Early; present
hinges not original


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Restore



Restore




Restore


Restore


Restore


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Modern


Unknown


Remove &
replace


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lockset not ori-
ginal hardware

Door reused from
elsewhere; porce-
lain rimlock not
original

Original HL hinges
with clinched nails;
rimlock with porce-
lain knobs

Same as 210A


Rimlock with porce-
lain knob; not ori-
ginal hardware;
Door may have been
reused in this open-
ing

Rimlock with metal
knob


STATUS


REMARKS





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DOOR SCHEDULE


NOTE: See Door Elevations for appearance of each face. See Sheet 4 of 1958 HSAPB drawings for additional dimensions.
See 1977 interview with Parker for additional descriptions. All doors require careful examination; see Parker's
comments.


SIZE


DOOR DESCRIPTION


FRAME TYPE


STATUS


REMARKS


Removed


1WA 2-10-3/4 x 6-10-3/4
x 1-3/8

v'F > 1 + 2-11-1/2 x 6-7-1/2


YF O 'O Pair + 2-8 x 6-7-1/2 x
1-3/4

v.F l>A + 2-9-3/4 x 2-7-3/4


2-8 x 6-7-1/2 x 1-9/16


l05~5


Similar to 103


Removed probably
modern

Removed probably
modern

*Modern 10 panel with
lite in one panel

Removed probably
modern


Modern 11 panel


2-11-1/2 x 6-7-1/2 x Modern 27 panel east
1-1/2 face; modern 11 panel
west face

1-9 x 4-10-1/2 Xg-S6 r / Early 5 panel with
exposed tenons


VF 105A + 3-1 x 6-4

10 M 2-11-1/2 x 6-8-1/2
x 1-5/16

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sx


Cased opening

Modern 11 panel


Similar to 103


Modern


Early


Early


Early with new
stops


Modern


Modern



Made of early
planks flat

Early

Early on south
face; recent copy
north face


Remoye door &
frame

Remove door &
frame

Restore door &
frame

Replace doors
Restore frame

Replace door
Restore frame

Remove door &
frame

Replace door &
frames


Restore door & '
frame

Restore frame

Replace door
Restore frame


Door elevations
drawn from photos

Frame penetrates
2 cone. floors

Beaded siding
at head


Earlier hinge
rabbets visible

Same as 101B


*HSAPB drawings indi-
cate pre-1900 storefront
door with sidelights may
have remained thru 1958




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MARK SIZE

1 + 2-8 x 6-7 x 1-5/16


1 lAi2-4-3/4 x 6-0-1/2 x
1-5/16

i / 2-5 x 6-5-1/4


Si*0A 3-1-1/4 x 5-11-1/4



i/F ~i0 2-7-5/8 x 6-4-1/4 x
1-3/8 + 9/16" plank N. side

/fr 1<@2-11-3/4 x 6-5 x 1-9/16



gB 2-7-1/2 x 6-7 x 1-3/8
+ 9/16" plank W. side

1Q 2-6-1/2 x 6-5-1/4 x 1-5/8


K2 2-7 x 6-5 x 1-1/4


113 2-7-3/4 x 6-7 x 1-1/2


DOOR DESCRIPTION

Removed probably modern
design

Modern 11 panel


Removed probably of
modern design

Same as 110A



Modern 30 panel one side;
vertical plank other

East face vertical planks
West face 11 panel


Modern 5 panel


Vertical planks one side,
Z-braced frame other side


FRAME TYPE

Modern


Early


Recent copy of
early frame


Same as 110A



Early frame may
remain under modern
trim
Early frame with
modern decor


Modern


Modern


STATUS

Replace door &
frame

Remove door
Restore frame

Replace door
Reuse frame

Same as 110A



Remove door
Restore frame

Remove door
Restore frame


Remove & replace


Remove


Modern 4 panel subdivided Modern Remove
to 12 panels on N. side 4- Ro a

Late pre-1900,4 panel Modern Remove


REMARKS

Door elevations
drawn from photos

Frame was white
at one time


Evidence of ear-
lier door on west
face

Early head may
remain

Evidence of ear-
lier door on east
face


Made of pecky
cypress

Modern "H" hinges


Rimlock evidence
"Castle" hinges


+ 2-2 x 5-7

.2-10-1/4 x 6-5-1/2 x 1-3/16"
+ 9/16" planks west side


Recent vertical plank Recent

Original was early pre- Modern
1900, 6 panel, raised
panel

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Remove


Restore door
Use elsewhere


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ri-.lock evidence


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