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THE STUDY OF
THE FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA



UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE
PRESERVATION OPTION
GRADUATE PROGRAM
SPRING QUARTER, 1981


PRESENTED BY:
DIXON ALVARINO
STUART GRANT
MARK JOHNSON
ANTHONY RUGGIERO
JOHN SKLANKA
TODD TRAGASH
WAYNE WELLS
KATIE YOST


UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF:
F. BLAIR REEVES, PROFESSOR
PHILLIP P. WISLEY, PROFESSOR
HERSCHEL E. SHEPARD, ADJUNCT PROFESSOR


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FISH HOUSE INTRODUCTIdate
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA INDUCTION N MAY 1981
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA A
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE
I. INTRODUCTION........................................ .... ................4 of 4
II. HISTORY .................................................................. /4 of 4
III. STRUCTURE............................................................... S/12 of 12
IV. EXTERIOR................................................................E/8 Of 8
V. DOORS AND WINDOWS....................... .............................. W/9 Of 9
VI. INTERIOR......................................................... I/ 28 Of 28
VII. SITE....................................................................0 / 1 Of 1
VIII. PHOTOGRAPHIC ASSAY......................................................40 Of 40
IX. INTERPRETATION..........................................................3 (Essay)
X. HABS DOCUMENTATION ......................................................9 Of 9
XI. PHOTOGRAPH NEGATIVES ....................................................9 of 9


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THE FISH HOUSE


INTRODUCTION

The Fish House Study was prepared by Graduate Students in the College of Architecture, Preservation
Option, during Spring Quarter, 1981. This Project is in Partial Fulfillment of the Class Requirements
for Preservation Technology III (ARC 6853), for Documentation (ARC 5810); and for Building Interpretation
(ARC 5890).

The intent of this Project was to study the existing condition of the Fish House and to interpret
the Architectural evolution of the structure. The analysis of evolution incorporates the oral and docu-
mented survey about the inhabitants and their lifestyle; the farm and the tools used during the early
nineteen hundreds; and a genealogical investigation of the Fish family.

The assay is separated into sections as listed in the Table of Contents. The sections pertaining to
the written maintenance survey are divided into areas and subdivided into elements. The elements will be
keyed to the photographs found in the photographic assay section.

The students would like to express our appreciation to Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dowling for allowing us
to study their log cabin structure; and to Mr. John Fish, Mrs. G.D. Fish, and her daughters Myrle and
Clois for sharing with us their experiences of living in the house. We would also like to thank
Professors F. Blair Reeves, Phillip P. Wisley, and Herschel E. Shepard for assisting us with this project;
and to Katie Yost, History Graduate Student, for her intensive investigation and dedication.


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THE HISTORY OF THE.FISH HOUSE


The Fish House, also known as the Dewey Fish House, the G.D. Fish House, and by old-timers as the
Rogerson House, is located approximately 14 miles northwest of Macclenny, in Baker County, Florida. It is
approximately one-quarter of a mile from the St. Marys River, and one-third of a mile north of the
Burnsed Blockhouse. Specifically, the house is situated on Lot 1 of Section 4 in Township 1-S, Range 21-E.
The entire description of the land associated through the years with the house is: Lots 1,2,3 & 6 in
Sec. 4, Twp. 1-S, R. 21-E, also known as the fractional NE quarter, the NW quarter, and the fractional
SE quarter of Sec. 4, totaling 368.80 acres.
Local tradition credits a Mr. Rogerson, an one-armed Confederate veteran, with the construction of
the original log cabin. Rogerson was said to have returned from the war with Hugh Brown. While living
with the Brown family in the Burnsed Blockhouse, he cut and hewed the logs and built the house single-
handedly in late 1865 and early 1866. Mr. Rogerson apparently held several public offices in Baker County,
although nothing is known of him after 1880.
This research has confirmed local tradition to some degree. The National Archives Microfilm Publi-
cations (Microcopy 1-251) of the Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organ-
izations from the State of Florida list an E.G.(Edmund or Edward, also E.J., E.W.) Rogerson. Rogerson's
records indicate he joined for duty at the age of 28 years on May 23, 1861 at Lake City, and was properly
mustered in July 13, 1861 in Jacksonville with the rest of his regiment. He was in Company C (Columbia
Rifles, Columbia County), 2nd Regiment, Florida Infantry. Rogerson was seriously wounded June 5, 1863 at
Deep Run, Virginia, and captured the same day at Fredericksburg, Virginia. As a result of his injuries,
his right arm was amputated; for the next year he was in various hospitals and prisons in Richmond and
Washington. He was furloughed as a paroled prisoner in March of 1864, remaining absent on wounded fur-
lough at least through February of 1865. The date of his being mustered out of the Confederate Army is not
recorded. Rogerson certainly could have become acquainted with Hugh Brown during the course of the war,
as Brown's regiment (Co. B, 5 Fla Inf) joined Rogerson's in 1862. Brown was hospitalized in Richmond
during the fall of 1864, while Rogerson was on wounded furlough. There is no indication as to where
Rogerson was while on furlough, nor whether they returned from the war together.


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Rogerson's presence on the property in question must also be confirmed. He appears as the tax
assesor of Baker County for the years 1879 and 1880. He does not, however, appear on the tax rolls him-
self, whether as a landowner or as a male between the ages of 21 and 50 (later, 21-55), for the years
1861-1880. He also does not appear on the Federal Population Census for Baker County for 1870 or 1880
(parts of the 1880 census, however, are illegible), nor was he to be found in the Register of Deceased
Veterans for Baker County. There are many questions still to be answered about E.G. Rogerson.
During the time that E.G. Rogerson was said to have built the log cabin, the land was state property.
Although Florida became a state in 1845, the State of Florida did not receive title for this land from the
United States until June 10, 1857. Florida was just recovering from the effects of the Second Seminole
War when the Civil War erupted. The war and subsequent Reconstruction restrained her growth. It is not
surprising then that this piece of land remained state-owned until May 13, 1885 when it was deeded to the
Florida Southern Railway Company, formerly the Gainesville, Ocala and Charlotte Harbor Railroad.

The 1880s ushered in a boom era of railroad building. To encourage railroad growth, the state grant-
ed large tracts of land to railroad companies, often in areas not directly serviced by them. The small
parcel of land (in Sec.4, Twp. 1-S, R 21-E, totaling 368.80 acres) that we are concerned with was but a
small fraction of the hundreds of thousands of acres of land acquired in Florida by the Florida Southern
Railway Company during this period. The Florida Southern Railway Company owned this parcel from 1885 until
the International Land Company acquired it in 1893. Again, the transaction involved many more acres of
land than that with which we are involved. The International Land Company, a corporation in Wisconsin,
held the land for two years, selling a total of 52,231.63 acres in Baker County (of which the 368.80 acres
in Sec. 4 were a part) on Jan. 2, 1895 to John Paul, also of Wisconsin, for the sum of one dollar. The
tax roll for 1895 lists "John Paul" as the owner but for the next three years it's the "John Paul Lumber
Company."
John Paul and his wife, Abbie M. Paul, sold the 52,231.63 acres in 1899 to the East Coast Lumber
Company, also of Wisconsin. Sixteen years later, on Dec. 14, 1915, the East Coast Lumber Company sold
several pieces of land, including Lots 1,2, 3 & 6 in Sec. 4, to Paul Brothers', a corporation in Florida.



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On Oct.9, 1916, Paul Brothers sold the timber on the land to the East Coast Lumber Company, to be cut and
removed within the next ten years. The next day, Oct. 10, 1916, Paul Brothers sold the land to the
Columbia Farm Lands Corporation, It is interesting to note that the president of the East Coast Lumber
Company, and the secretary of Paul Brothers are both listed as A.G. Paul, and the president of Paul Brothers
listed as R.H. Paul.

Columbia Farm Lands Corporation, a corporation in Virginia, received a warranty deed dated July 30,
1925 from the East Coast Lumber Company that declared certain lands, including the parcel under study,
free from encumbrances. Three years later, on Aug. 6, 1928, Lots 2,3, & 6 in Sec. 4, Twp. 1-S, R. 21-E,
amounting to 233 acres, were sold for unpaid taxes to G.D. Fish for $115.85. There is another deed dated
Sept. 20, 1930, in which Columbia Farm Lands Corporation sold to G.D. Fish Lots 1,2,3 & 6 in Sec. 4, Twp.
1-S, R. 21-E for $1.00 and other valuable considerations. This is the first time that a private individ-
ual living in the Fish House also owned the land associated with it. Some pertinent questions remain.
Did anyone, after Rogerson, live in the log house during the time it was owned by the State of Florida,
and later by the railroad? If so, how was it used?
The house was occupied during the various lumber company ownerships by the J.B. Fish family.
According to family tradition related by their son, John Fish, James Benjamin and his wife, Kizzie Lou
Fish, moved into the house on Jan. 1, 1891.. Ben Fish was said'to have bought the improvements (the
Florida Southern Railway Company owned the land at the time) from "Cutfinger" Dave Brown. This probably
included the use of the cleared fields, as well as the house and any outbuildings there may have been.
Whether Dave Brown actually lived in the house prior to the Fish family, and from whom he obtained the
improvements is speculative. During the many years of large corporation ownership, the land was described
as having no improved acres in the tax rolls of Baker County from 1861-1902. In the 1880 census, there is
a David Brown living in the household adjacent to Hugh Brown, who was living in the Burnsed Blockhouse at
the time. This is probably Hugh's son, but whether he is the "Cutfinger" Dave Brown referred to above,
we do not know.




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When Ben and Kizzie Fish moved into the house in 1891, it probably consisted of the original log
structure, with a mud and wattle chimney and open porches. As their family expanded, so did the house.
They raised nine children and an assortment of chickens, geese, hogs and cattle on the little farm. The
crops varied over the years, but a representative sample would include: cotton, peanuts, corn, sweet
potatoes, sugar cane and peaches. Ben Fish added a field to the north of the house on Mar. 18, 1904,
when he bought the S 1/2 of the SW 1/4 and the S 1/2 of the SE 1/4 in Sec. 33, Twp. 1-N, R. 21-E (contain-
ing 144.90 acres) from W.M. Duncan and his wife, Clyde Duncan, for $290.00.
Ben Fish died in 1913 and the children gradually moved away from home. In 1924, G.D. Fish (George
Dewey, the eighth born) bought the 144 (or 146) acres in Sec. 33 from the rest of the heirs of J.B. Fish.
Then in 1928-1930, he bought the land the farm was on from Columbia Farm Lands Corporation, as previously
mentioned. On Mar. 5, 1929, Dewey Fish signed a six year turpentine lease with Taylor Naval Stores Com-
pany for $117.00 and 15 per cup face for 780 cup faces for the timber on the Sec. 33 property. In Oct-
ober of 1948, G.D. Fish and his wife, Verdie Fish, sold all the dead pine stumps on their property
(both in Sec. 4 and in Sec. 33) to the Hercules Powder Company. G.D. and Verdie Fish raised eight children
on the farm. Their stock and crops were much the same as the generation before them, with a few exceptions:
tobacco replaced cotton as the main cash crop, the timber was worked for turpentine, and the peach orchard
was gone.
G.D. Fish sold both pieces of property (S 1/2 of the SW 1/4 and the S 1/2 of the SE 1/4 in Sec.33,
and Lots 1,2,3 & 6 in Sec. 4) and some personal property (tractor, plows,a mule, etc.) to Morris Dowling
and his wife, Jean Ray Dowling on Sept. 6, 1952. The Dowlings still own the land as of this date.
The fields are still farmed although the house is currently unoccupied.


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BUILDING SECTION A


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condition


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AR1


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AM1


TRAPAZOIDAL WOOD LOG SUPPORT


TRAPAZOIDAL WOOD LOG SUPPORT
WITH ADDITIONAL ROUND LOG

TRAPAZOIDAL WOOD LOG SUPPORT



TRAPAZOIDAL WOOD LOG SUPPORT


TRAPAZOIDAL WOOD LOG SUPPORT

TRAPAZOIDAL WOOD LOG SUPPORT


TRAPAZOIDAL
,14c,15a,16b


CONCRETE PIER


ROUND WOOD LOG SUPPORT



ROUND WOOD LOG SUPPORT



SQUARED WOOD LOG SUPPORT


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FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE I1 FLOOR PLAN (T


GOOD -
CLEAN


SOLID BUT CRACKED,


GOOD SOLID BUT SPLIT
GOOD SOLID BUT SPLIT

FAIR SLIGHTLY DETERIORATED


WHITISH MOLD
TERIORATION.


GOOD -
CLEAN


AND TERMITE DE-


SOLID BUT CRACKED,


GOOD SOLID, CLEAN

GOOD SOLID

GOOD SOLID, WEATHERED

FAIR SLIGHTLY DETERIORATED
WHITISH MOLD AND TERMITE DE-
TERIORATION.

GOOD OUTER GRAIN LAYERED,
SLIGHT SURFACE DRY ROT,
DRY AND WEATHERED.

GOOD SOLID, CLEAN


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BT1


BT2




BT3

BT4
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BT5


BT6
photo lb
BT7
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BR1


BR2
photo 15a

BR3
photo 13a,15a


TRAPAZOIDAL WOOD LOG SUPPORT


TRAPAZOIDAL WOOD LOG SUPPORT




TRAPAZOIDAL WOOD LOG SUPPORT

TRAPAZOIDAL WOOD LOG SUPPORT


TRAPAZOIDAL WOOD LOG SUPPORT


TRAPAZOIDAL WOOD LOG SUPPORT

TRAPAZOIDAL WOOD LOG SUPPORT


ROUND WOOD LOG SUPPORT


ROUND WOOD LOG SUPPORT


ROUND WOOD LOG SUPPORT


GOOD SOLID W
WEST SIDE.

POOR SUBSTAN
IORATED, TERM
LIGHT AND DARK
LOCALIZED MILD

GOOD SOLID,

FAIR LOCALI2
ROT, TERMITE I

POOR SUBSTAN
IORATED, SAME

GOOD SOLID,

GOOD END GRA
TERMITE DETER

GOOD SOLID,
WEATHERED.

GOOD SOLID,
GREEN FUNGI.

GOOD SOLID,
DRY ROT.


THITISH MOLD ON


ITIALLY DETER-
:TE DESTROYED,
GREEN FUNGI,
)EW AND LICHEN.

CLEAN

;ED EXTENSIVE
DETERIORATION .

ITIALLY DETER-
AS BT2.

SPLIT

IN DRIED OUT,
[ORATION.

DRY AND


SLIGHT LIGHT


SLIGHT SURFACE


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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA AU
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'B' FOUNDATION


STRUCTURE
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BB1, BB3-BB7


BB2

BM1
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BM2



BM3
photo 2b,2c

BM4
photo lb,2a,2c,13a
BM5
photo 1c,13a


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condition


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OPEN CELL CONCRETE BLOCK


OPEN CELL CONCRETE BLOCK

CONCRETE BLOCK WITH CELLS
PARTIALLY FILLED WITH CONCRETE

SOLID CONCRETE CUBE



SQUARED WOOD LOG SUPPORT


SQUARED WOOD LOG SUPPORT

RED BRICK


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FISH HOUSE -l ,.
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA ,
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE FLOOR PLAN


GOOD SOLID AND CLEAN,
WEATHERED.

GOOD SOLID, BLACK, DIRTY.

GOOD SOLID, LIGHT GREEN
FUNGUS

GOOD SOLID, LIGHT GREEN
FUNGI, 2" WOOD SHIM SUB-
STANTIALLY ROTTED.

GOOD SOLID, CLEAN WITH
SLIGHT LIGHT GREEN FUNGI

GOOD SOLID, CLEAN

GOOD SOLID, CLEAN


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element description condition remarks


AS1
photo 16b

AS2 & AS3


AS4
photo


AS5
photo


AS6

AS7


AS8
photo


12b,14c,34b


9a,11a,11b,11c,
12b






14a,14b,26b


AJ1-4 L
photo 14a,14b


AJ5-13 L

AJ1-4 R
photo 14a,14b,15a


SQUARE WOOD SILL HEWN


SQUARE WOOD SILL SAWN


SQUARE WOOD SILL HEWN



SQUARE WOOD SILL HEWN



SQUARE WOOD SILL HEWN

SQUARE WOOD SILL SAWN

SQUARE WOOD SILL SAWN


RECTANGULAR WOOD JOIST SAWN



RECTANGULAR WOOD JOIST SAWN

RECTANGULAR WOOD JOIST SAWN


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA -L
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE FLOOR PLAN


GOOD SOLID, SLIGHT LIGHT
GREEN FUNGI ENDS DETERIORATED

GOOD SOLID, CLEAN, SCAB-
BING SOLID.

FAIR BOTTOM AND ENDS DE-
TERIORATED, SLIGHT WHITISH
MOLD.

FAIR BOTTOM SLIGHTLY DE-
TERIORATED, SLIGHT DARK
GREEN FUNGI.

GOOD SOLID, CLEAN

GOOD SOLID, CLEAN


FAIR SOLID,
GRAINS.


ROT AT END


POOR DAMP, WATER STAINED
EXTENSIVE ROT, WHITISH MOLD
ON TOP.

GOOD SOLID, CLEAN

POOR DAMP, WATER STAINED
EXTENSIVE ROT, WHITISH MOLD
ON TOP.


ctinn 'A'
section FLOOR FRAMING


STRUCTURE


II.
*3


TBT
surveyor JJS


















AJ5-13 R
photo 34b
AJ14, 16, 18, 20

AJ15, 17, 19, 21

AJ22, 23

AJ24


RECTANGULAR WOOD JOIST

RECTANGULAR WOOD JOIST

ROUND WOOD LOG JOISTS

RECTANGULAR WOOD JOISTS

RECTANGULAR WOOD JOISTS


- SAWN

- SAWN


- SAWN

- HEWN


GOOD SOLID CLEAN

GOOD SOLID, CLEAN

GOOD SOLID, CLEAN

POOR SPLIT, WHITISH MOLD

POOR SPLIT, WHITISH MOLD,
EXTENSIVE ROT.


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA *
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE W


:non 'A
FLOOR FRAMING

STRUCTURE















element description condition remarks
mu i


10c,11a,11b,






1a,13a,14a, 14b
15a


BS4
photo Ib,1c


BJ1-12



BJ13


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE W


RECTANGULAR WOOD SILL HEWN


RECTANGULAR WOOD SILL HEWN



RECTANGULAR WOOD SILL SAWN


RECTANGULAR WOOD SILL SAWN


RECTANGULAR WOOD JOIST SAWN



RECTANGULAR WOOD JOIST SAWN


GOOD SOLID, MODERATELY
LIGHT AND DARK GREEN FUNGI.

GOOD SOLID, WATER STAINS
ON TOP, SPECKLED BLUE PAINT,
SCATTERED LIGHT GREEN FUNGI.

GOOD SOLID, LOCALIZED TER-
MITE ATTACK.

GOOD SOLID, BLACK AND
DIRTY.

FAIR MINIMAL DETERIORATION
WATER STAINS, SPOTS OF LIGHT
GREEN FUNGI.

GOOD SOLID, CLEAN


section 'B'
FLOOR FRAMING

STRUCTURE


. I'


TBT
surveyor JJS
Jis


BS1
photo

BS2


BS3
photo















element


Description


condition


remarks


'V II.


LOGS-ROOM #3S
photo 6a,6b,7a,17b,
17c
LOGS-ROOM #5W
photo 7b,14c,30a,30b

LOGS-S.E. CORNER
photo 4a,14c,26b

LOGS-REMAINING




POST 1-7
photo 3c,4b,4c,8a,8c,
13a,14a,14b,14c
15a,15b,15c,16b


RECTANGULAR WOODEN HEWN LOGS
IRREGULARLY SPACED.

RECTANGULAR WOODEN HEWN LOGS
IRREGULARLY SPACED.


RECTANGULAR WOODEN HEWN LOGS
IRREGULARLY SPACED.

RECTANGULAR WOODEN HEWN LOGS
IRREGULARLY SPACED.



RECTANGULAR WOOD POST-SAWN


FAIR
ROT.

FAIR
ROT.


- SPLIT, SLIGHT TERMITE


- SPLIT, SLIGHT TERMITE


FAIR SAME AS OTHERS.


INACCESSIBLE




FAIR SOLID, BLEACHED, ENDS
SHOW WATER ROT, (SLIGHT
LIGHT GREEN FUNGI OF POSTS
1, 2, 3).


TWELVE LOGS VISIBLE.


TWELVE LOGS VISIBLE
(SIDES ONLY) CRACKS COVERED
BY BOARDS.


ONLY ENDS OF
VISIBLE.


TWELVE LOGS


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FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE W


section LOG FRAMING & surveyor TBT
FRAMING POSTS

STRUCTURE e MAY 1981

page s/7 of 12


__
















element


AR1, 3, 4 L
photo 3a,4c
AR2, 5 L
photo 4c



AR6-15 L photo 3a,6a
AR L
AR16-18

AR1-8 R
photo 4a,4b

AR9-15 R

AR19-26

AR L

AR27-37
photo 7b
AR38, 39
photo 3a
AJ1-12


AC


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE W


Jj description


ROUND

ROUND


WOOD

WOOD


RAFTER STRIPPED

RAFTER STRIPPED


ROUND WOOD RAFTER STRIPPED


ROUND WOOD RAFTER STRIPPED


ROUND WOOD RAFTER STRIPPED

ROUND WOOD RAFTER STRIPPED

ROUND WOOD RAFTER STRIPPED

ROUND WOOD RAFTER STRIPPED

ROUND WOOD RAFTER STRIPPED

RECTANGULAR WOOD JOIST HEWN


RECTANGULAR WOOD COLLAR BEAM


_I _ l


condition


FAIR SPLIT, DAMP

POOR SUBSTANTIALLY ROTTED
TERMITES, BORE HOLES, WASP
NESTS, DAMP, LIGHT GREEN
FUNGI.


UNKNOWN


FAIR -
MITES,

GOOD -

GOOD -

GOOD -

GOOD -

GOOD -

GOOD -
DARK.

GOOD -


ROTTED AT ENDS, TER-
DAMP.

SOLID, CLEAN

SOLID, CLEAN

SOLID, CLEAN

SOLID, CLEAN

SOLID, BLEACHED

SOLID (VISUALLY),


SOLID, DARK, SPLIT


section 'A'
EL


section 'A
ROOF FRAMING

STRUCTURE


Remarks


INACCESSIBLE















SURROUNDED BY PEANUT SHELLS


TBT
surveyor JJS
Jis


__

















API
photo 3a,4c,16b


AP2 3
photo 3a,4a,14c
AP4, 5


RECTANGULAR WOOD PLATE HEWN


RECTANGULAR WOOD PLATE HEWN

RECTANGULAR WOOD PLATE HEWN


GOOD CRACKED, DAMP, BLEACH-
ED, WATER STAINED, LOCALIZED
TERMITE ATTACK.

INACCESSIBLE

FAIR EXTENSIVE LOCALIZED
ROT TERMITE ATTACK, WATER
STAINS.


SPLICED NEAR AR14


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FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE


section 'A'
ROOF FRAMING

STRUCTURE















element


I description


condition


_______________ ____________________ I.


BI-10 JB
photo 7c
B1-12 JT
photo 7c

Bl-lO R


BR1-14
photo 70
BP1, 2 T
photo 7c
BP1, 2 B
photo 7c
BP3
photo 7c


RECTANGULAR

RECTANGULAR


WOOD

WOOD


JOIST

JOIST


SAWN

SAWN


RECTANGULAR WOOD RAFTERS SAWN


RECTANGULAR WOOD

RECTANGULAR WOOD

RECTANGULAR WOOD

RECTANGULAR WOOD


RAFTERS

PLATE -

SCABS -

PLATE -


- SAWN

SAWN

SAWN

SAWN


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE LJ
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE I FLOOR PLAN )


GOOD SOLID, BLACK

GOOD SOLID, BLACK, SPOTTED
WITH WHITE FUNGI.

FAIR RIDGE, ROTTED, WATER
DAMAGE.

GOOD

GOOD SOLID, BLACK

GOOD SOLID, BLACK

GOOD SOLID, ENDS DAMP


sectio 'B' a


section 'B,
ROOF FRAMING

STRUCTURE


I remarks


ONLY ENDS ACCESSIBLE


surveyor TBT
JJS


__















element


II description


Condition


jj remarks


If II I9


AWl-STRIPS


AW1-SHAKES


AW2-STRIPS



AW2-SHAKES



AE1-STRIPS

AE1-SHAKES

AE2-STRIPS


AE2-SHAKES


AN-STRIPS


AN-SHAKES


RECTANGULAR WOOD STRIPS SAWN


TAPERED WOOD SHAKES SPLIT


RECTANGULAR WOOD STRIPS SAWN
ONLY OVER PORCH ACCESSIBLE


TAPERED WOOD SHAKES SPLIT



SAME AS AW1-STRIPS

SAME AS AW1-SHAKES

SAME AS AW2-STRIPS


SAME AS AW2-SHAKES


SAME AS AW2-STRIPS


SAME AS AW2-SHAKES


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FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA _
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE FLOOR PLAN


FAIR (VISUALLY) LOCALIZED
WATER ROT.

POOR EXTENSIVE ROT, LIGNUM
DISSOLVED, FIBER CRUMBLING.

POOR EXTENSIVE ROT, WATER
ROT, WHITISH MOLD, TERMITE
ATTACK, AREAS OF COLLAPSED.

POOR EXTENSIVE ROT, WATER
ROT, WHITISH MOLD, TERMIT
ATTACK, AREAS OF COLLAPSED.

SAME AS AWl-STRIPS

SAME AS AW1-SHAKES

POOR EXTENSIVE ROT, WATER
DAMAGE.

POOR EXTENSIVE ROT, WATER
DAMAGE.

FAIR SOLID, LOCALIZED WATER
ROT.
POOR EXTENSIVE ROT, DAMP
UNDERNEATH, LOCALIZED WATER
ROT, LIGHT GREEN FUNGI GROWTH


I.METAT. SHEET.


'A' ROOFING


STRUCTURE


surveyor TBT
JJS


1














element description condition remarks


BN-STRIPS

BN-SHAKES

BS1-STRIPS

BS1-SHAKES

BS2-STRIPS

BS2-METAL SHEETS

BW-METAL SHEETS


RECTANGULAR WOOD STRIPS SAWN

TAPERED WOOD SHAKES SPLIT

SAME AS BN

SAME AS BN

RECTANGULAR WOOD STRIPS SAWN

CORRUGATED SHEET METAL

CORRUGATED SHEET METAL


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FISH HOUSE I-[11J
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA | ,


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE W


FAIR WATER STAINS, BLACK.

POOR EXTENSIVE ROT, WATER
STAINS, BLACK.

SAME AS BN

SAME AS BN

UNKNOWN

POOR DEFORMED, RUSTY, END
BENT.

FAIR (VISUALLY) RUSTY.


i'


INACCESSIBLE


section 'B' RUOFING survey TBT
JJs

STRUCTURE date
STRUCTURE MAY 1981

page S/12 of 12
































0




























O
1-I















BUILDING SECTION 'A'


KEY:
O DOOR NUMBER
KI SCREEN DOOR NUMBER
0 WINDOW NUMiBER


FISH HOUSE, BAKER COUNTY FLOOR PLAN DRWG. E/ 1of 3


BUILDING SECTION 'B'


















Ir,
E-7


WEST ,l .1---- 'ELVAZ I ON
-----------ll--l--_- -- ; .| --- .% -: i-





WEST ELEVATION


EAST ELEVATION


FISH HOUSE, BAKER COUNTY WEST & EAST ELEVATION DRWG. E/ 2 of 3






































NORTH ELEVATION


SOUTH ELEVATION


FISH HOUSE, BAKER COUNTY NORTH & SOUTH ELEVATION DRWG. E/ 3of 3


I ~ I I_ _1__1_ I_~_ I____L__ I__~__ _____II_ ~I_
















element description condition remarks


SIDING
photo 8c




ENCLOSURE
FASCIA OVER SILL
(LOWEST WEATHER-
BOARDS) photo 8b

ENCLOSURE
FASCIA OVER SILL
photo 16b

SIDING
photo 16b,21a


," X 7" WEATHERBOARD WITH
FOUR PENNY WIRE NAILS.




" X 7" WEATHERBOARD WITH
FOUR PENNY WIRE NAILS.



1" X 6" AND 1" X 41': WOOD
BOARDS WITH CIRCULAR SAW MARKS
WITH FOUR PENNY WIRE NAILS.

1" X 8" VERTICAL WOOD SIDING
WITH FOUR PENNY WIRE NAILS


FAIR MOLD AND WHITISH
GREY FUNGUS: MINOR WARPING,
SOME GAPS BETWEEN BOARDS:
RUST STAINS AT ALL NAIL
HEADS.


POOR CRACKED
WITH FUNGUS.


AND WARPED


FAIR SPLITS, WHITISH GREY
FUNGUS: RUST STAINS AT ALL
NAIL HEADS.

GOOD MINOR WARPS, CRACKS
AND SPLITS: MINOR GREYISH
FUNGUS: RUST STAINS AT ALL
NAIL HEADS.


PROTECTED BY PORCH ROOF.


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FISH HOUSE .da.R date
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA EXTERIOR MAY 1981
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA E/ 1 of 8
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE WEST ELEVATION page















element description condition remarks


SIDING
photo 11a,11b,12a,12c







BOARDING
photo 12c

SIDING
photo 8a,9a


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA


" X 7" WEATHERBOARD WITH FOUR
PENNY NAILS.







1" X 8" WOOD BOARDS OVER
WINDOW OPENING #5.

SHAKES VARYING DIMENSIONS
ON NORTH GABLE END.


a.


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA I II
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE WiNORTH ELEVATION


FAIR FIVE LOWER BOARDS
SHOW FUNGUS AND ROT; CENTER
BOARDS SHOW TERMITE DAMAGE;
UPPER BOARDS SHOW LIGHT AND
DARK STAINS; ALL BOARDS HAVE
RUST STAINS AT NAIL HEADS;
MINOR SPLITS AND CRACKS;
HEAVY FUNGUS BENEATH WINDOW
#5.

POOR BOARDS SHOW TERMITE
DECAY AND FUNGUS.

FAIR (VISUALLY)


BOARDS COVER WINDOW OPENING
ORIGINAL WINDOW MISSING

INACCESSIBLE FOR CLOSE IN-
SPECTION


section 'A' surveyor DE


EXTERIOR t MAY 1981

page E/2 of 8















element description condition remarks


SIDING
photo 11c






SIDING
photo 10a,10b,10c


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE


3/4" X 5" HORIZONTAL T&G WITH
CUT NAILS AND FORGED NAILS.






1" X 8" WOOD BOARDS WITH 3/4"
X 3" BATTENS WITH FOUR PENNY
NAILS.


a'


POOR THREE BOARDS AT SILL
MISSING; MOST BOARDS HAVE
TERMITE DAMAGE SOME HAVE
ROTTED THROUGH COMPLETELY
OR HAVE BEEN DESTROYED BY
TERMITES; WATERMARKS ARE
PRESENT.

FAIR MOLD FUNGUS AND LICH-
EN ON BOTTOM HALF OF ELEVA-
TION WHITISH GREY FUNGUS ON
UPPER HALF; SOME CRACKS AND
SPLITS; ROT ALONG BOTTOM
EDGE AT ENDS OF BOARDS;
BATTENS MISSING ABOVE WINDOW
# AND # ; RUST STAINS AT
ALL NAIL HEADS.


THREE MISSING BOARDS
POSSIBLY NEVER THERE.


BOTTOM EDGE
AND BATTENS
WITH SOIL IN
DAMPNESS AND


OF BOARDS
IN CONTACT
SPOTS CAUSING
ROT.


section 'B' surveyor DEA

date
EXTERIOR MA 1981

page E/3 of 8















element description condition remarks


SIDING
photo 11c,12b



photo 13a,13c


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE W


" X 7" WEATHERBOARDS WITH
FOUR PENNY WIRE NAILS.




1" X 8" WOOD BOARDS WITH 3/4"
X 3" BATTENS WITH FOUR PENNY
WIRE NAILS.


GOOD TWO BOARDS AT SILL
MISSING: FIVE BOTTOM BOARDS
HAVE MINOR WHITISH, GREY
FUNGUS AND MILDEW: TOP SIX
BOARDS SHOW ONLY WATERMARKINC

POOR FIRE DAMAGE ON UPPER
SIDE NORTH OF CHIMNEY: EVI-
DENCE OF TERMITE DAMAGE:
SOME ROTTING ALONG BOTTOM
EDGE AT ENDS OF BOARDS; ALL
EDGE CONDITIONS ARE MOST DE-
CAYED: ONE BOARD LOOSE ON
BOTTOM HALF: SEVERAL PAT-
TERNS MISSING: FUNGUS FORM-
ING ON LOWER NORTH CORNER:
RUST STAINS AT ALL NAIL
HEADS.


a. 5'.


- ~ 9 '


WATER STAINS MAY BE CAUSED
BY GUTTER DISCHARGE AGAINST
WALL DURING RAIN AND WORN
SHINGLES.


section 'B' surveyor DEA


EXTERIOR dae MAY 1981

page E/4 of 8

















SIDING
photo 20a,20b


SIDING
photo 19b


element description condition remarks
*It


1" X 8" WOOD BOARDS WITH 3/4"
X 3" BATTENS, ALL HAVE CIRCULAR
SAW MARKS WITH FOUR PENNY WIRE
NAILS.
SAME AS ABOVE


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FISH HOUSE L
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE WI FLOOR PLAN Y)


GOOD SOME ROT AT TOP OF
BOARDS.


GOOD MINOR SPLITS AT ENDS
OF BOARDS: RUST STAINS AT
ALL NAIL HEADS.


PROTECTED BY PORCH ROOF
POSSIBLE MINOR LEAK


PROTECTED BY PORCH ROOF


section 'B' PORCH ( EAST ) SUreyor DEA

date
EXTERIOR MAY 1981

page E/5 of 8
















element description condition I remarks
S1rea


SIDING
photo 13a




ENCLOSURE
FASCIA OVER SILL
photo 15a



SIDING
photo 14b





ENCLOSURE
photo 15c





SIDING
photo 15c


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE W


1" X 7" WOOD BOARDS WITH 3/4"
X 3" BATTENS: KNOTHOLES AND
CIRCULAR SAW MARKS ON BOTH
BOARDS AND BATTENS WITH FOUR
PENNY WIRE NAILS.

1" X 8" WOOD FASCIA ON PORCH
FLOOR SILL WITH FOUR PENNY
WIRE NAILS.



1" X 8" BOARDS WITH 3/4" X 3"
BATTENS; ALL HAVE CIRCULAR SAW
MARKS. WITH 3, 4, 5, PENNY
WIRE NAILS AND 10 PENNY NAILS.



1" X 53/4" T&G SIDING, HORI-
ZONTAL WITH 3, 4, 5 PENNY WIRE
NAILS "CUT NAIL" HOLES PRESENT,




" X 7" WEATHERBOARDS WITH
FOUR PENNY WIRE NAILS.


FAIR SOME SPLITTING: RUST
STAINS AT ALL NAIL HEADS.




FAIR SOME DRY ROT AT CENTER
OF BOARD: SPLITTING AT ENDS:
RUST STAINS AT ALL NAIL HEADS.



GOOD MINOR SPLITS AND
CRACKS: SOME DARK WATERMARKS:
MINOR FUNGUS: RUST STAINS AT
ALL NAIL HEADS.



FAIR WATERMARKS: THREE
BOARDS MISSING ON EAST SIDE
OF DOOR; ON EAST SIDE OF DOOR
GENERAL FUNGUS AND MINOR ROT.



FAIR SOME WATERMARKS AT TOP
EDGE AND AT CONNECTION BE-
TWEEN OLD AND NEW CONSTRUC-
TION: MINOR FUNGUS AT BOTTOM.


-I.


5" X 6" KNOTCH ON S.E.
CORNER 4' ABOVE GROUND.










PROTECTED BY PORCH ROOF
POSSIBLE MINOR LEAKS





PROTECTED BY PORCH ROOF






PROTECTED BY PORCH ROOF.
ROOF MAY LEAK ALONG CONNEC-
TION BETWEEN NEW AND OLD
CONSTRUCTION.


section 'B' PORCH ( NORTH


EXTERIOR


surveyor DEA














element


SIDING
photo 14c










ENCLOSURE
FASCIA OVER SILL
photo 14c


Description


- I


condition


remarks


*1I ml


" X 5 3/4" HORIZONTAL COVERING
GAP BETWEEN BOARDS WITH FOUR
PENNY WIRE NAILS.









1" X 8" WOOD FASCIA OVER FLOOR
SILL WITH FOUR PENNY WIRE NAILS


FAIR BOTTOM BOARD WITH
HEAVY ROT: GENERALLY MINOR
WHITISH GREY FUNGUS, SOME
LICHEN: WATERMARKS: MINOR
CRACKS AND SPLITS: RUST
STAINS AT ALL NAIL HEADS.







FAIR SOME DRY ROT AND
WHITISH, GREY FUNGUS: RUST
STAINS AT ALL NAIL HEADS.


a. mm


PROTECTED BY PORCH ROOF
ROOF MAY BE LEAKING


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FISH HOUSE L
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA I
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE W FLOOR PLAN J


section IB' PORCH WEST SUrveyor DEA


EXTERIOR MAY 1981

page E/ 7 of 8















element descriptionI condition remarks
1 11 1~1 re ak


SIDING




SIDING










ENCLOSURE
FASCIA BOARD OVER
SILL


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA


" X 7" WEATHERBOARDS WITH
FOUR PENNY WIRE NAILS.



1" X 6" AND 1" X 8" VERTICAL
WOOD BOARDS-CIRCULAR SAW MARKS
ON ALL BOARDS WITH FOUR PENNY
WIRE NAILS.


" X 7" WEATHERBOARD WITH
FOUR PENNY WIRE NAILS.




EAST OF CHIMNEY-1" X 6" WOOD
FASCIA OVER PORCH FLOOR SILL
WITH 4, 6 PENNY WIRE NAILS
SOME 20 PENNY NAILS.

WEST OF CHIMNEY-SAME AS ABOVE.


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA I
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE W SOUTH ELEVATION


GOOD MINOR WHITISH GREY
FUNGUS.



GOOD ORANGE YELLOW STAINS
ON BOARDS BENEATH BOTH WIN-
DOW SILLS: SOME GAPS BETWEEN
BOARDS: MINOR CRACKS AND
SPLITS IN BOARDS.

FAIR ALL BOARDS HAVE MINOR
WHITISH GREY FUNGUS: A LITTLE
ROT ON LOWEST BOARD TOWARD
THE WEST SIDE; BOARDS ARE
SLIGHTLY WARPED.


GOOD SOME BLACK
TOP EDGE.



FAIR SPLIT RUST
ALL NAIL HEADS.


FUNGUS AT




STAINS AT


PROTECTED BY PORCH ROOF.


am
SI


section


EXTERIOR


surveyor DEA
















































1-i


"y



































KEY:
O DOOR NUMBER
9 SCREEN DOOR NUMBER
O WINDOW NUMBER


FISH HOUSE, BAKER COUNTY FLOOR PLAN 'DRWG. 1 of 3





___ _I____ I_ __



































WEST ELEVATION


EAST ELEVATION


a l I
o 2z l


FISH HOUSE, BAKER COUNTY WEST & EAST ELEVATION DRWG. W/ 2 of 3


ILE VAlI o0S -LJET, [EST


I IS
.----.


































NORTH ELEVATION


SOUTH ELEVATION


--LVATIOQUS cOlJTH, SoUTrt'


U' Z.


FISH HOUSE, BAKER COUNTY NORTH & SOUTH ELEVATION DRWG. W/ 3 of 3


~


S
r) I 1
















element description condition remarks
II '


WINDOW (D
photo 3c,8c,16b,21a,
21b,31a





WINDOW Z
photo 8a,8b,22b,28b






WINDOW )
photo 8a,8b,22c,27a,
30b


4/4 LITE STEEL FRAMED CASEMENT
TURNED SIDEWAYS. GREY PRIMER
PAINT ON EXTERIOR. WHITE PAINT
OVER GREY PRIMER ON INTERIOR.
STEEL SCREEN WITH STEEL FRAME
CLIPPED TO LOWER SASH.


2/2 LITE SINGLE HUNG MANUFAC-
TURED WOODEN WINDOW SASH AND
CASING. INTERIOR CASING, TRIM
AND SASH PAINTED WHITE.





2 LITE SINGLE HUNG MANUFAC-
TURED WOODEN WINDOW SASH AND
CASING. INTERIOR OF SASH, AND
CASING PAINTED WHITE.


maintenance survey _

FISH HOUSE .
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE 1 FLOOR PLAN T


EXTERIOR FRAME RUSTED, MOST
GLAZING PUTTY IS MISSING.
UPPER LEFT HINGE IS BENT,
MAKING UPPER SASH INOPERABLE.
INTERIOR FRAME HAS RUST SPOTS.
CRANKS FOR OPENING WINDOWS
ARE BROKEN OFF.

EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR TRIM,
CASING AND SILL ARE IN GOOD
CONDITION, FRAME OF LOWER
SASH FAIR CONDITION, FRAME
OF UPPER SASH, GOOD CONDITION
BOTH PANES IN BOTTOM SASH
MISSING. GLAZING PUTTY
CRACKED, MISSING.

BOTTOM SASH MISSING GLAZING
AND MUNTIN, UPPER SASH
WEATHERED, BUT GOOD CONDI-
TION. SOME ROT IN EXTERIOR
TRIM. SILL, STOOL AND POR-
TIONS OF CASING WEATHERED.
INTERIOR TRIM GOOD CONDITION.


section


WOODEN TRIM, CASING, AND
SILLS IN GOOD CONDITION.






OPERABLE








OPERABLE


.I.


WINDOW


surveyor SMG


DOORS &

WINDOWS















element


WINDOW
photo 8a,12a,12b,27J


WINDOW (
photo 6c,12a,12b,
30a


Jj description


condition


remarks


.1 I .


2/2 LITE SINGLE HUNG MANUFAC-
TURED WOODEN WINDOW SASH AND
CASING. INTERIOR CASING, TRIM
AND SASH PAINTED WHITE.





FRAME SIMILAR TO ADJACENT
WINDOWS BUT BOTH SASHES ARE
PRESENTLY REMOVED, WITH OPEN-
ING COVERED BY 3 VERTICAL 8
IN. WIDE BOARDS, NAILED TO TOP
AND BOTTOM EXTERIOR TRIM.


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE aI '
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA -
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE I FLOOR PLAN T


EXTERIOR TRIM HAS MOLD GROWTH
SOME ROT AND TERMITE DAMAGE.
UPPER SASH HAS SOME ROT AND
TERMITE DAMAGE, GLAZING MISS-
ING LEFT SIDE. LOWER SASH
MISSING GLAZING BOTH SIDES,
MINOR ROT AND TERMITE DAMAGE,
CASING HAS SECTIONS WITH BAD
ROT AND TERMITE DAMAGE.

BOTH SASHES REMOVED. RIGHT
SIDE EXTERIOR TRIM IS MISS-
ING. LEFT SIDE EXTERIOR
TRIM HAS MAJOR ROT AND TER-
MITE DAMAGE. TOP AND BOTTOM
EXTERIOR TRIM IS IN GOOD CON-
DITION. PART OF CASING ON
RIGHT SIDE IS MISSING. MINOR
ROT ON LEFT SIDE OF CASING
AND HEAD. LOWER INTERIOR
TRIM HAS MAJOR ROT AND TER-
MITE DAMAGE.


OPERABLE, LOCALIZED TERMITE
DAMAGE.







NO LONGER FUNCTIONS AS A
WINDOW.


section WINDOW surveyor SMG

DOORS & dateMAY 1981
WINDOWS .I














I_ q


element


WINDOW
photo 6c,9a,9c,30a,
30b










WINDOW ()
photo 5a,11c,24b






WINDOW (
photo 10a,10b,10c,
24a,33b,33c


I description


2/2 LITE SINGLE HUNG MANUFAC-
TURED WOODEN WINDOW SASH AND
CASING. HAS A THIRD SASH
NAILED PERPENDICULAR TO LOWER
SASH FROM THE INSIDE. UPPER
AND LOWER SASH PAINTED WHITE,
INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR.






2/2 LITE SINGLE HUNG MANUFAC-
TURED WOODEN WINDOW SASH AND
CASING. INTERIOR TRIM AND
UPPER SASH PAINTED WHITE. LOW-
ER SASH AND WINDOW STOOL IN-
ACCESSIBLE, BLOCKED BY PIECE
OF PANELING NAILED TO INSIDE
TRIM.

1/1 LITE DOUBLE HUNG MANUFAC-
TURED WOODEN WINDOW SASH AND
CASING. MODIFIED TO MAKE IT
SINGLE HUNG.


1 .


I-I

maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE A.
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE oI FLOOR PLAN CD


condition


BOTTOM EXTERIOR TRIM ROTTED,
WITH LOWER PORTION MISSING.
LEFT SIDE EXTERIOR TRIM HAS
SOME ROT. BOTH SASHES,
PHYSICALLY GOOD CONDITION.
LOWER SASH, BOTH PANES
BROKEN. UPPER SASH, RIGHT
PANE MISSING. CASING HAS
SOME ROT, AND A PORTION IS
MISSING. INTERIOR TRIM HAS
TERMITE DAMAGE AND ROT LEFT
AND RIGHT INTERIOR TRIM
PIECES MISSING.

EXTERIOR TRIM HAS MOLD GROWTH
ROT, AND TERMITE DAMAGE.
RIGHT PANE UPPER SASH BROKEN,
BOTH PANES IN BOTTOM SASH
MISSING.



SILL HAS MINOR WATER DAMAGE.
SMALL CRACK IN GLAZING OF
LOWER SASH. SOME MOLD
GROWTH ON EXTERIOR TRIM.


remarks


NOT OPERABLE












NOT OPERABLE







NOT OPERABLE


section WINDOW surveyor SMG

DOORS & date
DOORS & MAY 1981
WINDOWS:
Spage w/ 3 of 9















element description condition remarks
*IW -1


WINDOW G
photo 11a,11b,25c


WINDOW (
photo 11a,11b, 25c


WINDOW
photo 10a,10b,10c
25a,36b


WINDOW (
photo 13a,13b,22c


2/2 LITE SINGLE HUNG MANUFAC-
TURED WOODEN WINDOW SASH AND
CASING. UPPER SASH HAS HORI-
ZONTAL MUNTIN. LOWER SASH IS
MISSING AND OPENING IS COVERED
BY BOARDS NAILED TO EXTERIOR
TRIM.

2/2 LITE SINGLE HUNG MANUFAC-
TURED WOODEN WINDOW SASH AND
CASING.





1/1 LITE SINGLE HUNG MANUFAC-
TURED WOODEN WINDOW SASH AND
CASING. ORIGINALLY WAS DOUBLE
HUNG.

SIGNS OF A SINGLE HUNG WINDOW.


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE -
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE @ FLOOR PLAN T


UPPER SASH FIXED AND IN GOOD
CONDITION. EXTERIOR TRIM IN
GOOD CONDITION. SOME MOLD
GROWTH ON EXTERIOR.




GENERALLY FAIR CONDITION.
LOWER LEFT PANE MISSING.
OVERALL TRIM IN GOOD CONDI-
TION. HORIZONTAL BOARD
NAILED TO EXTERIOR TRIM
ACROSS LOWER SASH. SOME
MOLD GROWTH ON EXTERIOR.

BOTTOM PANE BROKEN, SILL
HAS WATER DAMAGE. TRIM
IN FAIR CONDITION.


BOTH WINDOW SASHES MISSING,
TRIM HAS WATER STAINS.
OVERALL CONDITION OF TRIM,
GOOD.


NOT OPERABLE







NOT OPERABLE







NOT OPERABLE


I-

section WNDOW surveyor JJ MG


DOORS & dateMAY 1981

WINDOWS r )















element description condition remarks


WINDOW (
photo 14c,21c,31b


WINDOW
photo 14a,14b,26b
31c

WINDOW
photo 14a,14b,15b,
26a,31c


2/2 LITE SINGLE HUNG MANUFAC-
TURED WOODEN WINDOW SASH AND
PORTIONS OF CASING.


2/2 LITE
WINDOW.


2/1 LITE
WINDOW.


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA


SINGLE HUNG WOODEN



SINGLE HUNG WOODEN


GOOD OVERALL CONDITION, BUT
WATER STAINS ON SILL.


POOR CONDITION, TOP SASH HAS
MAJOR ROT, TOP SASH HAS BOTH
PANES MISSING. WATER DAMAGE
TO TRIM.

FAIR CONDITION, TRIM HAS
WATER DAMAGE. SILL HAS ROT
AND WATER DAMAGE.


section


UPPER TRIM IS SHIMMED TO
FIT SLOPING CEILING.






APPEARS TO HAVE BEEN REPAIR-
ED WITH IMPROPER SIZED
BOTTOM SASH.


WINDOW


DOORS &
WINDOWS


surveyor JJS SMG


II


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE I


11




















8c,16b,18a,31a
32a


14b, 6a, 16b,18,

2
28c


17a 7b,17c,32

5b b

05
18b,31 b,32a


5b,18b,13b,32a


32a 32b

19 9b,33c
g8
33

182,34a,35c,36


WOODEN FOUR PANEL DOOR


WOOD AND SCREEN TWO PANEL DOOR


WOODEN TWO PANEL DOOR


WOOD BOARD

WOOD BOARD


AND BATTEN DOOR

AND BATTEN DOOR


WOODEN TWO PANEL DOOR


WOOD AND SCREEN TWO PANEL DOOR


NO DOOR, OPENING ONLY

WOODEN TWO PANEL DOOR

MISSING DOOR

WOODEN TWO PANEL DOOR


FAIR HINGE STILE SEPARAT-
ING, DIRTY PAINTED, TRIM
SOLID.

POOR LOCK RAIL COMPLETELY
SEPARATED, SCREEN TORN.

POOR TERMITE AND WATER ROT,
TRIM ON LOCK SIDE ONLY.

GOOD TRIM IN GOOD CONDITION

FAIR BECOMING LOOSE, TRIM
ON LOCK SIDE ONLY.

FAIR BOTTOM RAIL BROKEN,
DIRTY, TRIM GOOD.

FAIR BOTTOM SCREEN TORN,
DIRTY, TRIM GOOD.


INOPERABLE


REMOVED AND LAYING ON
FRONT PORCH.

NO LOCK

MISSING LOCK


ADDED TWO 1" BOARDS TO
HINGE STILE.


GOOD TRIM EXCELLENT.

TRIM, GOOD, LOCK TRIM BROKEN

GOOD WATER STAINED TRIM
GOOD.


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE


DOOR


DOORS &
WINDOWS


photo

photo

photo

photo













element description condition remarks


photo 13a,15a,180,35c

photo 34a,34c
10S

photo 1 a,2a,,34c


WOOD AND SCREEN TWO PANEL DOOR

WOOD BOARD AND BATTEN DOOR
MISSING
WOOD BOARD AND BATTEN DOOR


* II II
maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE I i
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA I I


FAIR MINOR TERMITE DAMAGE,
TRIM WATER STAINED.
GOOD TRIM GOOD
TRIM WATER STAINED.
FAIR LOOSENED, NO TRIM,
BOTTOM WATER STAINED.


section


WIRE MESH REINFORCEMENT IN
BOTTOM PANEL.


DOOR


DOORS &
WINDOWS


I


I


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE















element description condition Eremarks


01
photo 8c,16b,18a,31a,
32a
photo 14b6a, 16b,18a

photo 28c


photo 17a,1


7b,17c,32c


photo 5b,20b

T5
photo 18b,31b,32a

Q
photo 5b,18b,13b,32a

photo 32a,32b
C7T
photo 19a,19b,33c


photo 33c


PAIR, METAL BLOCK LINGER PAINT-
ED, METAL LOCKSET.

PAIR METAL BLOCK HINGES, NO LOCF

PAIR METAL BLOCK HINGES, METAL
LOCKSET.

PAIR, METAL BLOCK HINGES, NO
LOCK.


PAIR METAL STRAP HINGES, NO
LOCK BENT NAIL.


PAIR METAL BLOCK
LOCKSET.

PAIR METAL BLOCK
LOCK BENT NAIL


PAIR METAL BLOCK
LOCKSET.


HINGES, METAL


HINGES, NO



HINGES, METAL


HALF PAIR METAL BLOCK HINGES,
NO LOCK.


POOR DIRTY, INOPERABLE


FAIR RUSTY


POOR RUSTY,
KNOB MISSING.

FAIR RUSTY


FAIR RUSTY


FAIR RUSTY






FAIR RUSTY


FAIR RUSTY


-I-
maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE IA- L
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA I


INOPERABLE,


section


LOCK RELOCATED ABOVE PRE-
VIOUS HOLE.

MISSING EYE HOOK



MARK INDICATING A LOWER
LEFT HINGE MARK ON LOCK
STILE.



3" X 12" INDICATION OF
PLATE ON HINGE STILE.








HINGE ON DOOR FRAME DOOR
MISSING.


I-
I.


HARDWARE


DOORS &
WINDOWS


I


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE 0


I













element description condition Iremarks


photo 18c,34a,35c,36a

photo 34c,34a

@
@


PAIR METAL
LOCKSET.
PAIR METAL
LOCKSET.


BLOCK HINGES-METAL

BLOCK HINGES-METAL


PAIR METAL STRP HINGES-NO LOCK


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE r4i
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA"
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE W FLOOR PLAN T


FAIR RUSTY

POOR RUSTED,
MISSING.


INSIDE KNOB


FAIR RUSTY


section


LOCK MISSING, WOOD SPOOL
NAILED TO DOOR FOR HANDLE.


I-
GW


HARDWARE


DOORS &
WINDOWS


surveyor TBT

date
MAY 1981

page w/ 9 of 9


'I














































I
HP
ti





























KEY:
0 DOOR NUMBER
G SCREEN DOOR NUMBER
0 WINDOW NUMBER


FISH HOUSE, BAKER COUNTY FLOOR PLAN DRWG. I/ 1 of 2

















































DUPLEX RECEPTACLEOUTLET
CEILING OUTLET FIXTURE
SINGLE-POLE SWITCH
WALL OUTLET FIXTURE


FISH HOUSE, BAKER COUNTY ELECTRICAL PLAN DRWG. I/ 2 of 2
















element I description condition remarks


FLOOR
photo 3c,16a








BASEBOARD
photo 3c

WALLS


MOULDING

CEILING


1 X 3" T&G, UNFINISHED, MILLED
WOOD; OPEN PORCH SLOPING IN-
WARD TOWARD MAIN STRUCTURE.








1 X 3" SQUARED-EDGE, MILLED
WOOD, UNFINISHED.

EXTERIOR MEMBER


NONE

NONE


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE W|


POOR WEATHERED, ROTTING;
MISSING BOARDS, DAMP SURFACES,
WATERMARKS, AND STAINS ON
FLOOR; WOOD GRAINS SPLITTING
AT ENDS OF BOARDS (AT PORCH'S
EDGE).





GOOD WEATHERED


NOTE 1: HAY AND DEBRIS ON
FLOOR SURFACE RE-
TAINING MOISTURE;
NOTE 2: LEAKING ROOF AND/OR
OPENINGS ALLOWING
MOISTURE TO ROT
SURFACE;
NOTE 3: FLOOR IS UNSTABLE
AND IS SLOPING.

ONLY ON EAST WALL.


REFER TO EXTERIOR (RELATING
WALL) SECTION FOR COMMENTS.



REFER TO EXTERIOR (RELATING
ROOF) SECTION FOR COMMENTS.


ii a.
ml *5


section


ROOM 1


surveyor MPJ


INTERIOR date MAY 1981

page I/1 of 28















element


11 description


Condition


I1 remarks


ELECTRICAL
LIGHT FIXTURE
photo 3c







PLUMBING


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE WI


EXPOSED CEILING OUTLET FIXTURE
WITH PORCELAIN SOCKET: GALVAN-
IZED ELECTRICAL BOX WITH PUNCH
OUTS; THREE ELECTRICAL WIRES
WITH FABRIC INSULATION SECURED
TO RAFTERS BY 3/4" STAPLES; NO
LIGHT BULB IN SOCKET.



NONE


_TI I


GOOD DIRTY FIXTURE; EXPOSED
ELECTRICAL WIRE INSULATION
VISUALLY IN GOOD CONDITION;
STAPLES RUSTING.


NOTE 4: NO ELECTRICAL POWER
AVAILABLE TO CHECK
CONDITION OF ELEC-
TRICAL COMPONENTS;
ONE ELECTRICAL WIRE
PULLED FROM STAPLE
AND DRAPED OVER
RAFTER; SEE ELECTRI-
CAL DRAWINGS FOR
WIRING LAYOUT.


section ROOM surveyor MPJ


INTERIOR date MAY 1981

page 1/2 of 28


Ia mu am


__


I


I
















element description condition remarks
U


FLOOR
photo 28b,28c



BASEBOARD
photo 28c


EAST WALL
WALL FINISH
photo 28a,28b,28c








OUTSIDE-CORNER
MOULDING
photo 27a,28b,30a


1 X 3" T&G, UNFINISHED, MILLED
WOOD.



7" EXPOSED HORIZONTAL WOOD SID-
ING BELOW HARDBOARD SIDING ON
EAST WALL.


TWO 1/8" HARDBOARD (3 X 8
SHEETS) WITH 1 5/8" CHAIRMOULD-
ING AT JOINT (3'-6" A.F.F.);
NAILED WITH BRIGHT COMMON WIRE
NAILS (TYPICAL) TO HORIZONTAL
WOOD SIDING; PAINTED WHITE.




2 5/8" VERTICAL WOOD MOULDING
ON OUTSIDE CORNER OF NORTH
EDGE. SEE REMARKS, PAINTED
WHITE.


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA I
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE


GOOD BLEACHED WOOD; FLOOR
FLOOR SLOPING TOWARD MAIN LOG
STRUCTURE; WATERMARKED STAINS
ON FLOOR.

GOOD DIRTY




FAIR DIRTY; WATERMARKS AND
MILDEW; 20" X 46" UNPAINTED
SHADOW AT BOTTOM SOUTHERN
EDGE BESIDE DOOR OPENING.






GOOD DIRTY


SEE NOTE 1, 2, & 3 (INTERIOR).




ONLY ON EAST WALL.




SEE NOTE 2 (INTERIOR); NAILS
ON OUTSIDE WALL AT DOOR OPEN-
ING, TORN HARDBOARD EDGES AT
DOORWAY, BROKEN HARDBOARD
PIECES ON FLOOR, AND OVER-
SIZED WOOD DOOR ON THE PORCH
SUGGEST THE DOOR OPENING WAS
CLOSED-IN AND LOW SHELVING
WAS BUILT ACROSS DOORWAY.


a. S.
Ii St.


section


ROOM 2


INTERIOR


I.


surveyor MPJ



















CURTAIN ROD
HANDER


SOUTH WALL
WALL FINISH
photo 28b


OUTSIDE CORNER
MOULDING
photo 28b
DOOR TRIM
MOULDING
photo 28b
INSIDE CORNER
MOULDING
photo 28b


TWO BRASS PLATED HANGERS NAILED
NAILED TO 7" WOOD SIDING 5'-9"
A.F.F. AT OPENING BETWEEN ROOMS
TWO AND THREE.


WOOD PANELING, PAINTED WHITE, ON
2" X 3" WOOD STUDS.


1 5/8" WOOD MOULDING, PAINTED
WHITE, SEE REMARKS FOR SHAPE.


1 3/4"
WHITE,


WOOD MOULDING, PAINTED


1 X 1 WOOD SQUARED MOULDING,
PAINTED WHITE.


FAIR RUSTING


POOR -
LAYERS
APART.


DIRTY, WATERMARKS, AND
OF PANELING PEELING


NOTE 4; (INTERIOR).


GOOD DIRTY


GOOD DIRTY


GOOD DIRTY


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE


ROOM 2


INTERIOR
















element


WEST WALL
photo 27a,27b




CEILING MOULDING
photo 27a,27b

CEILING
photo 16a,28a,28b,
27c

ELECTRICAL
LIGHT FIXTURE
photo 27c




CLOSET (ROOM #2)

FLOOR

BASEBOARD

EAST WALL
photo 29a


11 description


3" T&G, HORIZONTAL WOOD SIDING;
NAILED WITH BRIGHT COMMON WIRE
NAILS TO STUDS AT VARIED SPACING;
SILL PLATE PROJECTING 1" FROM
WALL; PAINTED WHITE.

1" QUARTER ROUND WOOD MOULDING;
PAINTED WHITE.

1/8" HARDBOARD CEILING, PAINTED
WHITE, NAILED TO 1 X 4 WOOD
NAILERS ABOVE HARDBOARD.

EXPOSED CEILING OUTLET FIXTURE
WITH PORCELAIN SOCKET (SET PARA-
LLEL TO FINISH FLOOR) WITH PULL
CHAIN; GALVANIZED ELECTRICAL
BOX WITH PUNCH OUTS PAINTED
WHITE.



INACCESSIBLE

NONE


EXPOSED
STUDS.


2" X 2" and 1" X 4"


___________________________________ _________________________________ iii.


Condition


I. -,


GOOD DIRTY, WATERMARK STAINS





GOOD DIRTY


FAIR MILDEW,
SAGGING BOARDS
OF ROOM.

GOOD DIRTY;
OPERABLE.


BLACK ROT;
ON SOUTH HALF


PULL CHAIN IN-


GOOD WATERMARK STAINS AT
CENTER OF STUD.


II remarks


SEE NOTE 2; (INTERIOR)


SEE NOTE 2; (INTERIOR)



SEE NOTE 4 (INTERIOR);
ELECTRIC WIRES CONCEALED IN
CEILING; SEE ELECTRICAL
DRAWINGS FOR WIRING LAYOUT;
NO LIGHT BULB IN SOCKET.


SEE NOTE 1; (INTERIOR)



SEE NOTE 2; (INTERIOR)


Ca II


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA *
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE W


section


CLOSET ( RM 2 )


INTERIOR


ii a


surveyor MPJ

date
MAY 1981

page I/5 of 28


..


....















element


Description


condition


___________________ 1* .p


SOUTH WALL
photo 28b,29b

WEST WALL


NORTH WALL


CEILING

ELECTRICAL

PLUMBING


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE


EXPOSED 2" X 3" STUDS, EXTERIOR
MEMBER.


3" WOOD HORIZONTAL SIDING (CON-
TINUOUS ALONG WEST WALL OF ROOM
2); UNFINISHED.

EXPOSED 1" X 4" STUDS

UNPAINTED HARDBOARD

NONE

NONE


GOOD


GOOD DIRTY
(LOWER WALL INACCESSIBLE)

GOOD STUD CHIPPED ON ONE
EXPOSED EDGE.

POOR WATERWORN AND SAGGING
BOARD WITH MILDEW.


remarks


REFER TO EXTERIOR (WALL)
SECTION FOR ADDITIONAL
COMMENTS.

SEE NOTE 1; (INTERIOR)





SEE NOTE 2; (INTERIOR)


L_| section CLOSET ( RM 2 ) Surveyor MpJ

date
INTERIOR MAY 1981

FLOOR PLAN page I/6 of 28















element


FLOORS
photo 30a,30b,30c




BASEBOARD

NORTH WALL
photo 17a,17b,17c
30a,3ob,30c


SOUTH WALL
photo 7a,30a,30b



MOULDING

CEILING


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE


11 description


1" X 3" T&G, UNFINISHED, MILLED
WOOD.




NONE

1" X 3" WOOD BOX CAR SIDING
(BACK SIDE EXPOSED) WITH WIRED
NAILS; WALL IN ROOM 2 WHITE-
WASHED; REMAINDER OF WALL UN-
FINISHED.

1/8" HARDBOARD (3 LINEAL FEET
FROM WEST EDGE) WITH WHITEWASH
TO MATCH WALL FINISHES IN ROOM
2; LOG STRUCTURE ALONG REMAIN-
DER OF WALL.

NONE

NONE


Condition


FAIR WEATHERED; MINOR
CRACKS; LOOSE AND BROKEN
BOARDS; TERMITE DAMAGED
BOARDS; ROTTING AT EDGES
ALONG OPENINGS OF WALL
(WINDOW 6).



GOOD DIRTY; TOP MOST WOOD
SIDING ROTTED AND HAS SIGNS
OF WHITE FUNGUS; CONSTRUCTION
SHADOW IN WALLBOARDS BELOW
WINDOW 6.


. -_1


I remarks


_II


FLOOR IS SLOPING TOWARD
MAJOR STRUCTURE (SEE NOTE 3)
SHADOWS SUGGEST THAT WINDOW
6 WAS ONCE A DOOR.




SEE NOTE 2; (INTERIOR)




REFER TO STRUCTURE (LOG)
SECTION FOR ADDITIONAL
COMMENTS.




REFER TO EXTERIOR (ROOF)
SECTION FOR COMMENTS.


section ROOM 3 surveyor MJ


SL INTERIOR MAY 1981

FLOOR PLAN page I/7 of 28














element description condition remarks


ELECTRICAL
LIGHTING FIXTURE
photo 6a,30b





PLUMBING


EXPOSED CEILING OUTLET FIXTURE
WITH PORCELAIN SOCKET; GALVAN-
IZED ELECTRICAL BOX WITH PUNCH
OUTS; ELECTRIC WIRES WITH FABRIC
INSULATION SECURED TO RAFTERS BY
3/4" METAL STAPLES; NO LIGHT
BULB IN SOCKET; PULL CHAIN MISS-
ING FROM OUTLET

NONE


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE W


FAIR DIRTY


SEE NOTE 4 (INTERIOR); TWO
ELECTRIC WIRES ENTERING FROM
ROOM 7 TO LIGHT FIXTURE WHICH
CONTINUOUS TO ATTIC SPACE IN
ROOM 2, AND OTHER WIRE TO
LIGHT FIXTURE IN ROOM 4.


S i section ROOM 3 surveyor PJ
=6I A date
O INTERIOR MAY 1981

FLOOR PLAN a1 page I/8 of 28















element description condition remarks


FLOORS
photo 5b


EAST WALL:
BASEBOARD
photo 5b,7a

WALL FINISH
photo 5b,7a



SOUTH WALL
photo 5b,7a

WEST WALL
photo 5b



MOULDING


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE


1" X 3" T&G, UNFINISHED, MILLED
WOOD, FLOOR SLOPING TOWARD
MIDDLE OF STRUCTURE.


" X 3" SQUARED-EDGE, MILLED
WOOD, UNFINISHED.

1" X 3" T&G, UNFINISHED, MILLED
WOOD.


2" X 3" STUDS; EXTERIOR


EXPOSED
SIDING.


1' 4" (WIDE) BY 7' 0" (HIGH)
WOOD PANELLING WITH GROOVES;
FOUR 3/4" X 21" WOOD HORIZONTAL
BLOCKING NAILED TO PANELS WITH
COMMON BRIGHT WIRE NAILS.

NONE


POOR FLOOR ROTTING OR HAS
ALREADY DETERIORATED.


GOOD DIRTY


GOOD
TING
MITE


- DIRTY; SILL BEAM ROT-
AT MORTISE JOINT, TER-
DAMAGE.


GOOD DIRTY


SEE NOTES 1,
IOR).


2, & 3 (INTER-


SEE NOTE 1; (INTERIOR)


SILL BEAM SUPPORTED BY WOOD
SIDING; 1 X 6 VERTICAL WOOD
BOARDS COVERING OVER WINDOW
OPENING.

REFER TO EXTERIOR (WALL)
SECTION FOR COMMENTS.

WOOD BLOCKING NAILED TO SUR-
FACE OF PANELLING.


Section ROOM 4 surveyor MPJ

= date
INTERIOR MAY 1981

FLOOR PLAN page 1/9 of 28
FLOOR PLAN T___















element description condition remarks


CEILING
photo 5a,5b,5c,6a




ELECTRICAL
LIGHTING FIXTURE
photo 5a,5b,6a



PLUMBING


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE W


WOOD PANELLING NAILED TO 1" X
2" WOOD NAILERS AT 24" O.C. AND
SUPPORTED BY 1" X 2" WOOD JOIST
AT 15" O.C. (SAME CONSTRUCTION
AS CLOSET, ROOM 4).

EXPOSED CEILING OUTLET FIXTURE
WITH PORCELAIN SOCKET; GALVAN-
IZED ELECTRICAL BOX WITH PUNCH
OUTS; SINGLE-POLE LIGHT SWITCH
WITH PLASTIC BLACK COVER PLATE
AND METAL BOX

NONE


POOR DETERIORATING; WOOD
PANEL SEPARATING AND WARPING,
SIGNS OF MILDEW AND WATER-
MARKS PRESENT.


SEE NOTE 2; (INTERIOR)




LIGHT SWITCH SECURED TO
WALL STUD; SEE NOTE 4; (IN-
TERIOR) SEE ELECTRICAL
DRAINING FOR WIRING LAYOUT.


a.-


section


ROOM 4


INTERIOR


surveyor MPJ


I'















element description condition remarks


FLOORS
photo 7a


BASEBOARD

NORTH WALL
photo 7a


EAST WALL
photo 7a
SOUTH WALL
photo 7a
WEST WALL
photo 7a

MOULDING


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE


1" X 3" T&G, UNFINISHED, MILL-
ED WOOD.


NONE

2 X 2 WOOD FRAME WITH WOOD PAN-
ELLING ON OUTER EDGE (ROOM SIDE)
FINISHED WITH BRIGHT COMMON WIRE
NAILS.

1" X 3" T&G, UNFINISHED, MILL-
ED WOOD, CONTINUED FROM ROOM 4.

EXPOSED FRAME, EXTERIOR MEMBER.


2 X 3 WOOD STUD AT FRAME OPEN-
ING, SAME CONSTRUCTION AS NORTH
WALL OF CLOSET.

NONE


POOR FLOOR ROTTING, LARGE
HOLE IN FLOOR FROM WOOD DE-
TERIORATION.



FAIR DIRTY




GOOD DIRTY


SEE NOTES 1 & 2; (INTERIOR)





1" SPACE BETWEEN NORTH WALL
AND EAST WALL.


REFER TO EXTERIOR (WALL)
SECTION FOR COMMENTS.


SS-' II section CLOSET ( RM 4) survey MPJ


INTERIOR dateMAY 1981

FLOOR PLAN (_page I/110f28














element description condition remarks


CEILING





ELECTRICAL
LIGHTING FIXTURES
PLUMBING


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE W


WOOD PANELLING NAILED TO 1" X
2" WOOD NAILERS AT 24" O.C. AND
SUPPORTED BY 1" X 2" WOOD JOIS]
AT 15" O.C. (PERPENDICULAR TO
WOOD NAILER UNDER JOIST), (SAME
CONSTRUCTION AS ROOM 4).
NONE

NONE


POOR DETERIORATING; WOOD
PANEL SEPARATING AND WARPING,
SIGNS OF MILDEW AND WATER-
MARKS PRESENT.


SEE NOTE 2; (INTERIOR)


sII section CLOSET ( RM 4 ) surveyor MPJ


j INTERIOR MAY 1981

FLOOR PLAN page 1/12 of 28
















element description condition remarks


1" X 6"
WOOD.


FLOORS
photo 14c,15a,34b


BASEBOARD
photo 14c
WALLS


MOULDING

CEILING


ELECTRICAL
LIGHTING FIXTURES






PANEL BOX
photo 14c,26b


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE W


T&G, UNFINISHED, MILLED


NONE

EXTERIOR MEMBER


NONE

NONE


EXPOSED CEILING OUTLET WITH
PORCELAIN SOCKET; GALVANIZED
ELECTRICAL BOX WITH PUNCH OUTS;
TWO ELECTRICAL WIRES WITH FABRIC
INSULATION; LIGHT BULB IN SOCKEI



8" X 12" STANDARD SQUARE 'D'
BOX, CATALOG NO. 33 582, SERIES
Al, 120-240 V.A.C.; FOUR FUSE
OUTLETS WITH TWO SWITCH BREAK-
ERS.


POOR WEATHERED, ROTTING;
TERMITE DAMAGE, BOARDS WARP-
ING.











GOOD DIRTY; PULL CHAIN
OPERABLE.






GOOD MISSING TWO FUSES


--


section


SEE NOTES 1, 2, & 3: (IN-
TERIOR)




REFER TO EXTERIOR (WALL)
SECTION FOR COMMENTS.



REFER TO EXTERIOR (ROOF)
SECTION FOR COMMENTS.

METAL SCREW-IN PLUG ADAPTER
IN SOCKET; ONE ELECTRICAL
WIRE TO PANEL BOX AND OTHER
WIRE TO ROOM 8. REFER TO
ELECTRICAL DRAWINGS FOR
WIRING LAYOUT. SEE NOTE 4;
(INTERIOR)

SEE NOTE 4; (INTERIOR)


----i %w


PORCH ( RM 5 )


INTERIOR














element description condition remarks


METER BOX
photo 26b

PLUMBING


WESTINGHOUSE METER, TAG NO.
10178, SERIAL NO. 57 166 833

NONE


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE W


GOOD


SEE NOTE 4; (INTERIOR)
REGISTERED KILOWATT HOURS-
05660


a. B.
I,


section


PORCH ( RM 5 )


INTERIOR


surveyor


MPJ















element


FLOORS
photo 31a,31b,31c




BASEBOARD
photo 31c


WALLS
photo


31a,31b,31c


MOULDING:
INSIDE CORNER
photo 31a,31b,31c

CEILING
photo 21b,31a,31b,31c
37a


I description


1" X 3" T&G, MILLED WOOD,
COVERED BY TWO ROLLS OF SHEET
VINYL TILE (ONE LAYER IS A
REDDISH BRICK PATTERN, THE
OTHER A FLOWER PATTERN).

1" HALF ROUND WOOD MOULDING,
STAINED TO MATCH WALL PANELLING.

WOOD PANELLING WITH BRIGHT
COMMON NAILS.



2" WOOD WITH BRIGHT FINISH NAILS
(TYPICAL), STAINED, SEE REMARKS.


2" WOOD; STAINED;
(EAST, SOUTH, WEST

1" WOOD; STAINED;
(NORTH WALL).


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE W


SEE REMARKS
WALLS).

SEE REMARKS


Condition


POOR FLOOR SAGGING ON SOUTH
HALF OF ROOM; WOOD ROTTING;
FLOOR TILE TORN, DIRTY,
STAINED, AND WORN.


GOOD DISCOLORED, DIRTY.


GOOD DIRTY, COLORING
BLEACHED; FUNGUS GROWTH ON
NORTH WALL.


GOOD DIRTY


GOOD DIRTY


GOOD DIRTY


I1 remarks


In


SEE NOTES 1, 2, & 3; (IN-
TERIOR)






SEE NOTE 2; (INTERIOR)


PANELLING


MOULDING DETAIL


MOULDING DETAIL




MOULDING DETAIL


date
S | section ROOM 6 surveyor MPJ


SaINTERIOR dte MAY 1981

FLOOR PLAN page 1/15 of 28
FLOOR PLAN ^ _


I
















I description


I- '


1" X 3/4" BOX CAR
PAINTED WHITE.


CEILING
photo 21b,31a,31b,
31c


ELECTRICAL
LIGHTING FIXTURES
photo 21b,32a
WALL SWITCH
photo 32a


120 VOLT OUTLET





PLUMBING



ROOM NO. 7
photo 32a,32b,32c


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE


WOOD SIDING,


WALL OUTLET WITH PORCELAIN
SOCKET ABOVE WINDOW NO. 1

TWO SINGLE-POLE SWITCH WITH
PLASTIC COVER PLATE, LOCATED
BETWEEN DOOR 1 AND WINDOW 1.

TWO DUPLEX WALL RECEPTACLE;
11OV OUTLET WITH PLASTIC COVER;
ONE LOCATED BELOW WINDOW 1, THE
OTHER IN EAST WALL (SOUTH OF
WINDOW 13).

NONE



INACCESSIBLE


condition


FAIR WARPING AT CENTER OF
ROOM, WATERMARK STAINS, MIL-
DEW, WOOD ROTTING, PAINT
PEELING.

GOOD DIRTY


GOOD DIRTY


remarks


SEE NOTE 2;


(INTERIOR)


ELECTRICAL WIRES CONCEALED
SEE NOTE 4; (INTERIOR).

ELECTRICAL WIRES CONCEALED
SEE NOTE 4; (INTERIOR).












BALES OF HAY STACKED IN THE
ROOM; ROOM INACCESSIBLE TO
SURVEY.


I. am
.mE S.


section


ROOM 6 & 7


INTERIOR


surveyor


MPJ


date
MAY 1981

page 1/16 of 28


.15 ______________ II ~


V_ -


element















Description


1" X 3"
WOOD.


Condition


_________________________ I- p


FLOORS
photo 15a,2oa,34b



BASEBOARD

WALLS


MOULDING

CEILING
photo 19a,20a

ELECTRICAL
LIGHTING FIXTURES
photo 19b


PLUMBING


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE


1" X 6" T&G, UNFINISHED, MILLED
WOOD; OPEN PORCH.



NONE

EXTERIOR ENCLOSURE


NONE


T&G, UNFINISHED, MILLED


CEILING OUTLET FIXTURE WITH
PORCELAIN SOCKET; ELECTRICAL
WIRES CONCEALED ABOVE CEILING;
NO LIGHT BULB IN SOCKET; SOCKET
COVERED BY MUD WASP NEST.

NONE


FAIR WEATHERED; ROTTING,
WATERMARKS, TERMITE DAMAGE
ON FLOOR; COMPLETE DETERIORA-
TION AT CONNECTION TO ADJA-
CENT PORCH.







GOOD DIRTY


GOOD DIRTY


II remarks


CIRCULAR DRILLED PATTERN IN
WOOD AT EDGE OF PORCH; SEE
NOTES 1, 2, & 3; (INTERIOR).




REFER TO EXTERIOR (WALL)
SECTION FOR COMMENTS.


REFER TO EXTERIOR (ROOF)
SECTION FOR ADDITIONAL
COMMENTS.


section ROOM 8 surveyor MPJ

SINTERIdate
INTERIOR MAY 1981

FLOOR PLAN _pge 1_ /17 of 2


element


- "I















element description condition remarks


FLOORS
photo 33c

BASEBOARD

WALLS (TYPICAL)
photo 33c

MOULDING
photo 33c




CEILING
photo 33c

ELECTRICAL
LIGHTING FIXTURES
photo 33c



WALL SWITCH


1" X 3" T&G, UNFINISHED, MILLED
WOOD.

NONE

1" X 3" 'V' JOINT, HORIZONTAL
WOOD SIDING, UNFINISHED.

5/8" WOOD MOULDING AT INSIDE
CORNERS AND AT CEILING EDGE.
SEE REMARKS.



1" X 3" T&G, UNFINISHED, MILLED
WOOD.

WALL OUTLET WITH PROCELAIN
SOCKET (ABOVE MEDICINE CABINET
ON EAST WALL) WITH PULL SWITCH;
METAL SCREW-IN PLUG ADAPTER IN
SOCKET WITH ANOTHER PULL SWITCH.

SINGLE-POLE WITH BLACK PLASTIC
COVER PLATES AND WHITE SWITCH


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE __
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA I


FAIR BOARDS ROTTING BESIDE
CLOSET.



GOOD WOOD BLEACHED.


GOOD DIRTY





GOOD DIRTY


GOOD DIRTY; BOTH PULL
SWITCHES ARE INOPERABLE.




GOOD DIRTY


'S


SEE NOTE 1; (INTERIOR)




PECKY WOOD TEXTURE IN SOME
BOARDS.


WALL


MOULDING DETAIL




LIGHT BULB IN SOCKET; SEE
NOTE 4; (INTERIOR).




SEE NOTE 4; (INTERIOR)


section ROOM 9 surveyor MP

date
INTERIOR MAY 1981

page 1/18 of a3


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE















element description condition remarks


PLUMBING
photo 33c







LAVATORY MIRROR
photo 33c


PORCELAIN ENAMEL FINISHED METAL
LAVATORY; SINGLE FAUCET WITH
DOUBLE NOZZEL VALVES; GALVANIZED
PIPING FOR SUPPLY WATER.





RECESSED METAL CABINET


*II
maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE L
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE W FLOOR PLAN TD


GOOD EXTREMELY DIRTY








FAIR METAL RUSTING AROUND
EDGES.


section ROOM 9


INTERIOR


NOTE 5: FIXTURE IS NOT OPERA-
TIONAL; NO RUNNING
WATER IS AVAILABLE TO
CHECK CONDITION OF
PLUMBING ELEMENTS;
GALVANIZED DRAIN PIPE
OF FIXTURE ATTACHED
TO CAST IRON SOIL
PIPE.

GLASS MIRROR


*0


surveyor MPJ

date
MAY 1981

page I/19 of 28


II















element


FLOORS


BASEBOARD

SOUTH WALL



WEST WALL


NORTH WALL


EAST WALL

MOULDING

CEILING


ELECTRICAL

PLUMBING


Description


PLYWOOD ON 1" X 3" T&G, UN-
FINISHED MILLED WOOD.

NONE


1" X 7" HORIZONTAL
UNFINISHED.


WOOD BOARDS,


1" X 3" 'V' JOINT, HORIZONTAL
WOOD SIDING, UNFINISHED.

NO FINISH WALL

NONE


1" X 3" T&G,
MILLED WOOD.


UNFINISHED,


NONE

NONE


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA A
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE W


Condition


II I


POOR ALL FLOORING ROTTING;
BLACK ROT.



BOARDS ROTTING FROM INTERIOR.



GOOD DIRTY


GOOD DIRTY





POOR WOOD WARPING WITH
MILDEW AND ROT.


I. I


I remarks


SEE NOTE 2;


(INTERIOR)


SEE NOTE 2; (INTERIOR) (REFER
TO EXTERIOR ENCLOSURE SECTION
FOR COMMENTS).




BOARDS CONTINUED FROM AD-
JACENT ROOM NO. 9.




SEE NOTE 2; (INTERIOR)


section CLOSET ( RM 9 ) surveyor MPJ


INTERIOR date MAY 198

page I/20 of 28
pa9@















Element


I 1I.


FLOORS
photo 33a

BASEBOARD

WALLS (TYPICAL)
photo 33b

MOULDING
photo 33b

CEILING
photo 33b

ELECTRICAL
LIGHTING FIXTURES



PLUMBING FIXTURE
photo 33b




CABINETRY
photo 33b


I description


1" X 3" T&G, UNFINISHED, MILLED
WOOD.

NONE

1" X 3" 'V' JOINT, HORIZONTAL
WOOD SIDING, UNFINISHED.

5/8" WOOD MOULDING AT INSIDE
CORNERS AND AT CEILING EDGE.

1" X 3" 'V' JOINT WOOD SIDING,
UNFINISHED.

CEILING OUTLET FIXTURE WITH
PORCELAIN SOCKET; CONCEALED
ELECTRIC WIRES ABOVE CEILING;
PULL CHAIN.

PORCELAIN ENAMEL FINISHED METAL
TUB WITH SHOWER HEAD STEM; HOT
AND COLD WATER FAUCET WITH
VALVES MISSING.

CERAMIC WATER CLOSET

" X 3" T&G, WOOD CABINET FIXED
WITH TWO 3/4" X 4" WOOD SHELVES
AT 14" O.C.


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE I FLOOR PLAN 4)


condition


I remarks


FAIR DIRTY; ROTTING BOARDS
BEHIND WATER CLOSET.



GOOD DIRTY; WATERMARKS


GOOD DIRTY


GOOD WATERMARKS; MINIMUM
FUNGUS GROWTH.

GOOD DIRTY FIXTURE




GOOD EXTREMELY DIRTY




GOOD DIRTY

GOOD DIRTY, BLEACHED


SEE NOTE 2; (INTERIOR)




SEE NOTE 2; (INTERIOR)


SEE REMARKS IN ROOM NO.
FOR MOULDING DETAIL.

SEE NOTE 2; (INTERIOR)


SEE NOTE 4; (INTERIOR)




SEE NOTE 5; (INTERIOR)


5" x 2'-10"
RECESSED IN
TUB.


X 6'-0" CABINET
EAST WALL OVER


section ROOM 10 surveyor PJ


INTERIOR date Y 98

page 1/21 of 28


















FLOORS
photo 33a



BASEBOARD

NORTH WALL



EAST WALL



SOUTH WALL


WEST WALL
photo 33a


MOULDING


1" X 3" 'V' JOINT, UNFINISHED,
MILLED WOOD.



NONE

EXPOSED STRUCTURAL 2 X 4 STUDS;
EXTERIOR SIDING EXPOSED.


EXPOSED STRUCTURAL 2 X 4 STUDS.



1" X 3" 'V' JOINT, UNFINISHED,
MILLED WOOD.

1" X 7" 'V' JOINT, HORIZONTAL
WOOD SIDING, UNFINISHED.


1" X 1" WOOD
UNFINISHED.


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE W


TRIM AT ALL CORNERS


POOR COMPLETELY ROTTED






POOR SIDING ROTTED IN
VARIOUS AREAS.


POOR STUDS ROTTING IN
VARIOUS AREAS.


FAIR DIRTY; SOME FUNGUS
AND ROT PRESENT.

FAIR DIRTY; SOME ROT



FAIR DIRTY


NOTE 6: SEE NOTE 2: (INTERIOR
WATER LEAKING THROUGH
ROOF FLASHING DIRECT-
LY OVER CLOSET.



SEE NOTE 6; (INTERIOR) REFER
TO EXTERIOR (WALL SECTION)
FOR OTHER COMMENTS.

SHOWER'S PLUMBING EXPOSED
INCLUDING FAUCET; SEE NOTE
6; (INTERIOR).

SEE NOTE 6; (INTERIOR)


SEE NOTE 6; (INTERIOR);
1" X 6" VERTICAL WOOD BOARDS
COVERING OVER WINDOW OPENING.


sMPJ
section CLOSET ( RM 10 ) surveyor DEA

INTERIOR dateY
INTERIOR MAY 1981


element description condition remarks













element


CEILING

ELECTRICAL
PLUMBING
CABINETRY


II description


1" X 3" 'V' JOINT WOOD SIDING,
UNFINISHED.
NONE
NONE
FOUR 1" X 12" FIXED WOOD SHELVES
ON SOUTH WALL AT 12", 28", 39",
AND 53" A.F.F.


Condition


POOR ROTTED




FAIR DIRTY


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE &L L.l
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE I FLOOR PLAN )


II remarks


SEE NOTE 6; (INTERIOR)


section CLOSET ( RM 10 ) surveyor
N R RdeY DEA

INTERIOR dMAY 1981

page 1/23 of 28


1


-- -



















FLOORS
photo 35c

BASEBOARD

WALLS (TYPICAL)
photo 35a,35b,35c


IMOULDING
photo 35a,35b,35c


CEILING



ELECTRICAL
photo 35a,35b

PLUMBING

CABINETRY
photo 35a,35b


1" X 5" T&G, UNFINISHED, MILL-
ED WOOD.

NONE

1" X 3" 'V' JOINT, HORIZONTAL
WOOD SIDING.




3/4" X 1" WOOD CORNER AND CEIL-
ING MOULDING, UNFINISHED.

1" X 3" BOX CAR WOOD SIDING, UN-
FINISHED.


CEILING OUTLET FIXTURE WITH POR-
CELAIN SOCKET; CONCEALED ELEC-
TRIC WIRES ABOVE CEILING.

NONE

VERTICAL T&G, WOOD SIDING, FIXED
CABINET WITH PLYWOOD SHELVES.


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE L
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE W FLOOR PLAN C


element description condition remarks


GOOD DIRTY


GOOD DIRTY;
WATERMARKS AT
ER SECTION OF


WEST WALL HAS
CENTER AND LOW-
WALL.


GOOD DIRTY


FAIR SOME BOARDS WARPED,
BEGINNING TO SHOW SIGNS OF
ROT.







GOOD DIRTY


section ROOM 11


INTERIOR


SEE NOTES 1 & 3; (INTERIOR)




SEE NOTE 2 (INTERIOR); WHITE
PAINTED FINISH IN A 3'.5" X
3'*2" AREA ON THE UPPER SEC-
TION OF THE SOUTH SIDE OF
THE WEST WALL.




SEE NOTE 2 (INTERIOR); 3"
DIAMETER HOLE IN CEILING
FROM REMOVAL OF LIGHT FIXTURE

SEE NOTE 4; (INTERIOR) NO
LIGHT BULB IN SOCKET.




CABINET LOCATED IN NORTHEAST
CORNER OF ROOM.


'U


MPJ
surveyor DEA

date
MAY 1981

page 1/24 of 28


I















element


FLOORS
photo 34a

BASEBOARD
photo 34a
WALLS (TYPICAL)
photo 34a,35b


MOULDING
photo 34a



CEILING
photo 34a,36c



CABINETRY
photo 34a,36a,l


II description


Condition


--


36b


section


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE W
II


SIII


ROOM 12


INTERIOR


....


remarks


5" X 8" SECTION CUT OUT OF
FLOOR AT SOUTHEAST CORNER.



PAINTED WHITE WOOD SIDING
13" ABOVE COUNTER TOP TO
EDGE OF CABINET.

2'.11" (NORTH WALL) AND 2'.3"
(EAST WALL) CEILING MOULDING
REMOVED FROM NORTHEAST CORNER
AT OPENING IN CEILING.

SEE NOTE 2; (INTERIOR) 2'-3"
X 2'.11" OPENING IN CEILING.










CABINET LOCATED ABOVE
KITCHEN COUNTER.


1" X 5" T&G, UNFINISHED, MILLED GOOD DIRTY
WOOD.

NONE

1" X 3" 'V' JOINT, HORIZONTAL GOOD DIRTY
WOOD SIDING.


3/4" X 1" WOOD CORNER AND CEIL- GOOD DIRTY
ING MOULDING, UNFINISHED.



1" X 3" BOX CAR WOOD SIDING, FAIR SOME BOARDS WARPED
UNFINISHED. BEGINNING TO SHOW SIGNS OF
ROT; BLACK ROT AT CENTER OF
EAST WALL.

2'.0" (WIDTH) X 2''11" (HEIGHT) FAIR FUNGUS AND DIRT;
X 7''2" (LENGTH) PLYWOOD (") CRACKED PLYWOOD SIDING.
CABINET; PAINTED WHITE; MASONITE
COUNTERTOP WITH METAL SINK;
MASONITE BACKSPLASH WITH ALUMI-
NUM TRIM AT EDGE; THREE DOORS
IN COUNTER.

2'.0" WIDE OPEN WOOD BUILT-IN GOOD DIRTY
CABINET WITH TWO SHELVES.















element


ELECTRICAL
LIGHTING FIXTURES
photo 36b


JUNCTION BOX
photo 36a,36b


110
photo


VOLT OUTLET
34a


photo 36a,36b


230 VOLT OUTLET


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE


II description


CEILING OUTLET FIXTURE; PROCE-
LAIN SOCKET WITH MISSING PULL
CHAIN; ELECTRICAL WIRES CON-
CEALED.

METAL JUNCTION BOX IN PASS-THRU
WINDOW WITH EXPOSED WIRES AND NO
ATTACHED FIXTURE.

ONE DUPLEX WALL RECEPTACLE ON
WEST WALL, SOUTH OF DOOR OPEN-
ING WITH RECEPTACLE LAID IN
VERTICAL POSITION AT 3''6" A.F.F

ONE DUPLEX WALL RECEPTACLE ON
WEST WALL, NORTH OF PASS-THRU
WINDOW ABOVE BACKSPLASH LAID
IN HORIZONTAL POSITION.

ONE BLACK 230V OUTLET WITH EX-
POSED ELECTRICAL WIRES IN RUBBER
INSULATION.


condition


dsr 1to


GOOD DIRTY



GOOD



GOOD



GOOD




GOOD DIRTY


section


I remarks


SEE NOTE 4; (INTERIOR)



SEE NOTE 4; (INTERIOR)


ROOM 12


--a I


INTERIOR


__












p q


element


PLUMBING FIXTURE
photo 34a,36a,36b



PAPER TOWEL
DISPENSER
photo 36a,36b


I description


condition


I


1'.9" X 3'-6" DOUBLE METAL SINK
(EACH SINK 1'.3" X 1'*6") WITH
WHITE PORCELAIN ENAMEL FINISH;
SINGLE FAUCET WITH HOT AND COLD
WATER VALVES, STEEL PLATED.
WHITE PLASTIC TOWEL DISPENSER
WITH CANTILEVERED HOLDERS AT
BOTH ENDS.


GOOD DIRTY




GOOD


I,
maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE AI
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA I -
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE FLOOR PLAN TD


section ROOM 12


INTERIOR


surveyor

date
MAY 1981

page 1/27 of 28


ii ~


Remarks


BY SCOTT COMPANY


a.-















element description condition remarks
It" .


FLOORS


BASEBOARD

WALLS (TYPICAL)
photo 20c

MOULDING

CEILING


ELECTRICAL
LIGHTING FIXTURES


PLUMBING FIXTURE


1" X 6" T&G, UNFINISHED, MILLED
WOOD.

NONE

1" X 8" VERTICAL BOARDS NAILED
TO FLOOR AND ROOF PLATE.


NONE

1" X 3" T&G, UNFINISHED, MILLED
WOOD.

CEILING OUTLET FIXTURE WITH POR-
CELAIN SOCKET; ELECTRICAL WIRES
CONCEALED ABOVE CEILING.

NONE


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE -
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA ,


FAIR, DIRTY




FAIR WEATHERED





GOOD DIRTY


GOOD DIRTY


section ROOM 13


INTERIOR


REFER TO EXTERIOR (WALL
SECTION) FOR ADDITIONAL
COMMENTS.






NO LIGHT BULB IN SOCKET.


I.
'U


surveyor DJ

date
MAY 1981

page 1/28 of 2


~J I


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE















H
Ul













AK- (Z) 18" OAKS-
36"4 OAK


OUTBUILDING-- '
-- BLDG.

ELECTRIC
POLE


L-WIRE FENCE (rYPICA,)




T CONCRETE
POSTS


C FEED
TROUGH


9"3 LUIT
-18"~ JEOAN.
4- --R L RL17


-A

~-TANK

1-BLDG.


12" OAK ',
~~~'-I,.


24" + OAK /--


ROW OF POSTS (8)
POSTS BLDG. 'D^
PUMP W/ COVER / /


ELECTRIC
POLE


18" OAK
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element description condition remarks


BUILDING A
photo 37b,38c


BUILDING B
photo 37a,37b,37c,38c


BUILDING C
photo 38c,39b,39c



BUILDING D
photo 38b


BUILDING E
photo 39a



BUILDING F
photo 40c


maintenance survey

FISH HOUSE
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA


ONE STORY WOODEN BALLOON FRAMED
BUILDING, WOOD T&G FLOOR, VER-
TICAL PLANK SIDING, SHEET METAL
GABLE ROOF.

ONE STORY WOODEN BALLOON FRAMED
SHED, NO FLOOR, EAST WALL EN-
CLOSED ONLY WITH VERTICAL PLANK
SIDING.

ONE STORY WOODEN BALLOON FRAMED
BUILDING, WOOD T&G FLOOR, VER-
TICAL PLANK SIDING, SPLIT
SHAKE GABLE ROOF.

BALLOON FRAMED CANOPY/SHED
OVER WATER TANK AND PUMP, METAL
SHEET ROOF.

ONE STORY LOG FRAMED ANIMAL PEN,
PARTIAL VERTICAL PLANK SIDING,
NO FLOOR, SPLIT SHAKE GABLE
ROOF.

TWO STORY WOODEN BALLOON FRAMED
BUILDING, VERTICAL PLANK SIDING,
SHEET METAL GABLE ROOF.


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POOR 3/4 COLLAPSED. EX-
TENSIVE TERMITE DAMAGE,
FRAMING MEMBERS SEPARATING.


FAIR POST BASES ROTTED,
SIDING EXTENSIVE TERMITE
DAMAGED.


POOR EXTENSIVE TERMITE
DAMAGE, FRAMING MEMBERS
SEPARATE.


POOR 3/4 COLLAPSED, LIGHT
GREEN FUNGI, RUSTED, NOT
SECURED TO THE GROUND.

FAIR UNSTABLE, HOWEVER,
HEWN LOGS IN GOOD CONDITION.



GOOD WOOD SHOWS LITTLE DE-
TERIORATION, BITUMINOUS
PAPER COVERING MOSTLY PEELED
OFF.


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LEANS CONSIDERABLY TO THE
WEST.



CONTAINS VARIOUS FARMING
INSTRUMENTS.



LEANS CONSIDERABLE TO THE
SOUTH.



LEANS TO THE EAST.








PRESENT USE-HAY STORAGE


surveyor TBT

date
MAY 1981

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