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Employee housing. Interior typical of houses at Norris. Floor is of third-grade tongue-and-groove oak which is produced locally. Walls are 7/8 inch tongue-and-groove pine to the window sill level and large sheets of quarter- inch thick fir plywood above. Ceilings are of insulating board. Windows are steel with aluminum screens. Houses are electrically heated; hot water and heating equipment are likewise electrical
Employee housing. Interior typical of houses at Norris. Floor is of third-grade tongue-and-groove oak which is produced locally. Walls are 7/8 inch tongue-and-groove pine to the window sill level and large sheets of quarter- inch thick fir plywood above. Ceilings are of insulating board. Windows are steel with aluminum screens. Houses are electrically heated; hot water and heating equipment are likewise electrical
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