no one has paid me any money to recommend this book.   Excellent Book.  My copy was $20 and $5 for postage and handling. Good $25 investment.

Fallout Shelter Design Collection Book

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Fallout Shelter Design Collection (2nd Edition) has been completely revised. It now contains most of the fallout shelters designs published by U.S. Office of Civil defense and FEMA over the past forty years, both an historic resource and working plans.
 

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206 pages, with many illustrations, in a 8Ĺ x 11 inch format.
ISBN: 1-886848-32-7 {Item No.32} Price 20.00
 

CONTENTS
PART ONE. OFFICE OF CIVIL AND DEFENSE MOBILIZATION SHELTERS
1. MP-15  The Family Fallout Shelter (June 1959)
2. MP-18  Clay Masonry Family Fallout Shelters (February 1960)
3. MP-21  Family Fallout Shelters of Wood (December 1961)
PART TWO. OFFICE OF CIVIL DEFENSE SHELTERS
1. H-7    Family Shelter Designs (January 1962)
PART THREE. FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY SHELTERS
1. H-12   Fallout Protection For Homes with Basements (July 1966)
2. H-12-A Modified ceiling shelteróbasement location plan a (April 1980)
3. H-12-B Modified ceiling shelteróbasement location plan b (March 1966)
4. H-12-C Concrete block shelteróbasement location plan c (March 1966)
5. H-12-D Snack baróbasement location plan d (April 1980)
6. H-12-E Tilt-up storage unit shelteróbasement location plan e (April 1980)
7. H-12-F Lean-to shelteróbasement location plan f  (April 1980)
8. H-12-1 Belowground Home Fallout Shelter (November 1983)
9. H-12-2 Aboveground Home Fallout Shelter (November 1983)
10.H-12-3 Home Blast Shelter (November 1983)
PART FOUR. EXPEDIENT FALLOUT SHELTERS
1. Above-ground Door-Covered Shelter (June 1985)
2. Door-Covered Trench Shelter (June 1985)
3. Log-Covered Trench Shelter (June 1985)
4. Car-Over-Trench Shelter (June 1985)
5. Tilt-Up Doors and Earth Shelter (June 1985)
6. Above-Ground Ridge-Pole Shelter (August 1978)
7. Crib-Walled Shelter-Above Ground (August 1978)
APPENDIX
Air Ventilation Pump and Emergency Lamp (August 1978) 
What Fallout Shelters are Not Designed For 
What Fallout Shelter Designs are Often Missing
Bibliography
Index
 
I have a copy of this, and it is an excellent resource.  Paul

 

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