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Funeral Home, Merrel, Texas: Elevation Renderings

Description: Elevation renderings for a funeral building commissioned by A. B. Barrow & A. T. Sheppard in Merrel, Texas. Sections include north, south, east, west, longitudinal, and cross sections. They have windows, column base boundary lines, doors, labels, and measurements.
Date: October 19, 1940
Creator: David S. Castle Co.
Partner: Tittle-Luther/Parkhill, Smith and Cooper, Inc.

Funeral Home, Merrel, Texas: First & Second Floor Plans

Description: First and second floor plans for a funeral building commissioned by A. B. Barrow & A. T. Sheppard in Merrel, Texas. They include measurements, wall boundary lines, room names, and labels. Other sections include base trim, 1/2 size wainscot cap, full size picture mould, full size stop, full size ceiling mould, steel sash schedule, and door schedule.
Date: October 19, 1940
Creator: David S. Castle Co.
Partner: Tittle-Luther/Parkhill, Smith and Cooper, Inc.

Funeral Home, Merrel, Texas: Roof & Foundation Plans

Description: Roof and foundation plans for a funeral building commissioned by A. B. Barrow & A. T. Sheppard in Merrel, Texas. They include measurements, wall boundary lines, and labels. Other sections include a stirrup schedule, stair detail, pier & footing sizes chart, and section thru treads & risers.
Date: October 19, 1940
Creator: David S. Castle Co.
Partner: Tittle-Luther/Parkhill, Smith and Cooper, Inc.

Funeral Home, Merrel, Texas: Sash, Wall, & Door Renderings

Description: Sash, wall, and door renderings for a funeral building commissioned by A. B. Barrow & A. T. Sheppard in Merrel, Texas. Sections are titled sill casement detail, door jamb typical door frame detail, section "A-A", 1/2 elevation of front entrance, 1/2" plan of front entrance, 1/2 plan of casement 2nd floor, 1/2 size interior door frame detail, 1/2 size typical steel sash detail, section thru CL, section "B-B", typical section thru stud wall, and detail of rail in chapel.
Date: September 19, 1940
Creator: David S. Castle Co.
Partner: Tittle-Luther/Parkhill, Smith and Cooper, Inc.