Folder 21 of the Construction reference files contains specifications of scope, materials, and labor for electrical work. This set also contains an architectural drawing of kitchen details from the General Electric Kitchen Institute Architecture Department and specifications for portable appliances and electrical wiring.
Folder 3 of the Construction reference files contains specification check lists for multiple types of materials and work. This set specifies scope, installation, and workmanship for miscellaneous and ornamental metal.
Folder 3 of the Construction reference files contains specification check lists for multiple types of materials and work. This set specifies scope, materials, and workmanship for screens and screen-cloth.
Folder 1 contains specifications of sheet metal. This section contains details of scope, materials, workmanship, and guarentee for roofing and flashing. Includes one handwritten list of numbered sheet metal scope sheets with abbreviated project names.
Folder 15 of the construction reference files includes specifications of concrete and masonry for gravel, broken stone, concrete slabs, tile and terazzo floors, fireplace, agricultural drain, incinerator, flues, and cesspool. Also includes pricing.
Folder 15 of the construction reference files includes pricing and specifications of concrete slabs, floors, and stairway. Also includes specifications of cement, sand, gravel, broken stones, reinforcing, mix, forms, and pouring.
Housed in the sheet metal specifications folder of the Construction reference files, this section contains the second set of published instructions. Includes specifications for creating multiple types of seaming and flashing.
Folder 13 of the construction reference files includes specifications of materials and labor for carpentry, millwork, and accessories. Also includes specifications of furniture and cabinet work, doors, closets, wainscoting and framing, with materials, finishes, and nailing schedule.
Folder 18 of the Construction Reference Files contains specifications of earthwork, including excavating, filling, grading, and clearing the site. Also includes specifications of workmanship, tests, and proposal criteria for the project engineer.
Folder 3 of the Construction reference files contains specification check lists for multiple types of materials and work. This set specifies scope, workmanship, prices, and guarentee for concrete and masonry.
Folder 17 of the Construction Reference Files contains specifications for the installation of a dumbwaiter. The specifications include details about general conditions, drawings, regulations, permits and inspection, tests, and the machine's components.
Folder 18 of the Construction Reference Files contains specifications of material and equipment for excavating, filling, back-filling, grading, and cleaning the site. Also includes provision for special and extra work.
Folder 15 of the construction reference files includes specifications of concrete and masonry for steps, fireplace, cement tile work, and glass brick panels. Also includes an index to the scope sheets.
As anotações nesta "Carteira Comercial" de 1960 seguem a estrutura de um Diário, com as contas elicitadas sequencialmente por mês e dia. Os lançamentos e vistos para os livros contábeis demonstram que o livro foi utilizado como borrador.
A combined newsletter by the Saint John, Saint James, Saint Luke, Saint Boniface churches containing information on historical books in the Bible (Joshua, Judges, Ruth, etc.), request for prayers, a Mother's Union bulletin notice, and a statement of fair account of St. James Church.
Booklet with the program and cast information about "Bimshire!" described as "an original folk musical" with musical selections from Irvine Burgie's "Ballad for Bimshire" under the auspices of the Barbados Government. No location or date information provided. Probably 1960s.
Booklet with the program and cast information for the play "The Pleasure of his Company" presented by the Barbados Players' Green Room Theatre Club at Y.M.P.C Beckles Road between September 6-10, 1960.
This file contains historical documents referring mostly to articles of incorporation of merchant houses from family Levy and to the administration of various farms. (1) Deed of sale and purchase (with respective fiscal documents) of three real estate deals (1891-1892): plot with two houses on the road to Cascalho, in the vicinities of Cordeiros railroad station; plot with one house in the vicinities of Rio Claro-Araras Railway; plot of land in Cordeiros farm (“sítio”). (2) 1914 copy of the notarial deed that altered the articles of incorporation of “J. Levy & Companhia” in 1906, as agreed upon by Mr. José Levy and Mr. Simão Levy. These changes resulted from the passing of Mr. Jacob Levy Netto and from the fact that Mr. José Levy Sobrinho left the society to become the firm’s manager. (3) Notarial deed prorogating and altering the articles of incorporation of “J. Levy & Cia.”, as agreed upon by Mr. José Levy and Mr. Simão Levy in 1911. Among others, this document changed the firm’s social capital and suppressed its banking-related activities. (4) Minutes of the Ordinary General Meeting of the firm Levy that took place in the city of Santos in May 1920. (5) Laborers’ payroll in Goyapá farm referring to woodcutting and coffee harvesting; data include bimonthly remuneration, monetary value of payments (“jornal”), total labor income, deductions, and net value. These notes have been written in a sheet under the letterhead “Goyapá Farm, property of Flaminio Levy” (free translation). Period: September/October 1925. (6) Laborers’ payroll of workers per piece rate or fixed time (“camaradas”) and other professionals in Goyapá farm; data include professional categories, days worked, monetary value of payments (“jornal”), total labor income, deductions, and net value. The same sheet also contains expenditure registries of Goyapá farm in October 1925. These notes have been written in a sheet under the letterhead “Flaminio Levy ‘Goyapá Farm’, November 1st, 1925 [handwritten dates][.] Payroll sheet of workers per piece rate or fixed time (“camaradas”) in October [handwritten date] 1925 [last digit handwritten] (free translation). This document was checked and signed in Ibicaba farm in November 1925. (7) Label of “Cordeirinho” brandy (“cachaça”), produced in Bom Jesus farm – Santo Antonio Sugarmill (“Della Coletta Brothers”), in Cordeirópolis; there are arithmetic operations, a signature under the name of Ibicaba farm, and the date 13/7/62 handwritten on its back. (8) Handwritten scrap of paper with the name of Mr. Lazaro de Oliveira and arithmetic operations. (9) Handwritten list of people working without laborers’ booklets (“cadernetas”), without date. (10) Nominal list for colonies Morro Alto, Grama Larga, Centro, Teteia, and “A Lage”; the crossed-out names suggest that this list was used as a draft for surveying the residents in these colonies.
Invitation to the Federation Anniversary Luncheon organized by the American Caribbean Women's Association, an affiliate of the Caribbean League of America, held on May 15, 1960 at the Brass Rail, New York. The Luncheon is sponsored annually to commemorate the founding of the Federal Parliament of the West Indies.
Resolution by the Caribbean League of America and the British Guiana Benevolent Association against the Apartheid in South Africa. The Resolution accompanied the booklet with the program of the Federation Anniversary Luncheon organized by the American Caribbean Women's Association.
Souvenir booklet containing information about the lawn tennis exhibition matches played by and biographical facts on Althea Gibson and Karol Fageros. The event took place at the Garrison Savannah on September 20, 1960. Both tennis players were from the U.S.A.
Booklet with the program and cast information for the play "Toad of Toad Hall" by A. A. Milne presented by the Barbados Players' Green Room Theatre Club at the Boy Scout Headquarters, "Hazelwood," Upper Collymore Rock, on December 26-30, 1960, and January 2-4, 1961.
Booklet for fashion show program held under the distinguished patronage of His Excellency Sir Robert and Lady Arundell and presented by the Barbados Young Women's Christian Association. The Barbados Branch of the Y.W.C.A was started in 1950 and operates mainly through voluntary efforts to enhance the lives of young women in the country.
Booklet for the reception and luncheon of the American Caribbean Women's Association on May 15, 1960 at the Brass Rail in New York. The Luncheon is sponsored annually to commemorate the founding of the Federal Parliament of the West Indies. The booklet contains information about the officers of the Association; address by Grantley Adams, as Prime Minister of the West Indies; advertisements by various West Indian professionals and businesses in New York; photos of various members and groups of the Assocation; the program of the event; the menu, etc.
Booklet containing information on and schedule of the visit of the Princess Royal to Barbados between February 14-18, 1960. The booklet contains names of dignitaries, places visited, and routes followed. The Princess Royal at the time was Mary, Princess Royal and Countess of Harewood (1897-1965).