|Survey made February 17th, 1831
and reported to the
Franklin Fire Insurance Company of Philadelphia
For George Smith
A Three Story Brick Building, in two tenements, situate on the north
side of Barley Street, second house west of Tenth Street in the City of
Dimensions 14 feet front by 30 feet deep, cellars and rough floor, board
partition between the houses.
The 1st story of the front house has a plain door frame with square transom
& sash & 12 light 10 by 14 window in front, a door frame the same
& 12 light 10 by 12 window on the west side, small side closet, plain
mouldings, wash-board, plain wood mantel [sic], single worked pannel
doors & shutters, sap pine floor and story 8 feet 10 inches in the
The 2nd story has 2-12 light windows front & one on the west side
8 by 10 glass, side closet, plain mantel [sic], mouldings &
washboard, square framed pannel doors, sap floor, wide boards & story
7 feet 8 inches in the clear.
The 3rd story has 2-9 light windows in front & 1 west side, 8 by 10
glass side closet, plain mouldings, mantel [sic] & washboard,
doors & floor as 2nd story. Story 6 feet 3 inches high in front &
west side, 7 feet 6 inches high on the east side.
3 flights of winding stairs from cellar to 3rd story, 2 feet 9 inches
going, of sap pine board, doors in each story.
The back tenement has a door similar to the front & 12 light 10 by
12 window [sic] on the west side & window the same & plain
door on the north side; 2-12 light 8 by 10 windows in 2nd story &
2-9 light windows 8 by 10 in the third story, all on the west side &
the house finished in the same manner as the front tenement already described.
The Roof is single pitch to the west, 6 feet high on the back, barge &
back boards, Cedar shingles, tin gutters & conductors, plain brick
eaves, hip rafter & level eave in front; oak joist first floor; hemlock
above & rafters, marble door sills to all except the back door, slanting
window frames, sashes single hung & the houses both lathed & plastered.
D.H. Flickwin, Surveyor