agricultural engineering, circular, blue print, building, agricultural enginnering department
Cooperative Extension Service, South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts
The plans listed in this circular are not for elaborate and expensive buildings. Most of them are for plain substantial, well proportioned, serviceable buildings, designed for the owner of the farm: No particular claim for originality is made in the design, of these buildings as the best ideas of construction have been freely taken from other plans from practically every state in the Union. Particular effort has been made to design these buildings so that they are uniformly strong. If a building is built stronger in one place than it is in another, lumber is wasted. (See more in text.)
Anderson, A.E., "Available Agricultural Engineering Circulars and Blue Print Plans" (1927). SDSU Extension Circulars. 264.