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There is a modern interpretation of that about 20 miles north of me. The owner of a concrete plant built 3 modest ranches out of concrete in the late 60s. Poured foundation, concrete tile floor platform, block walls with brick veneer. Wood ceiling joists and rafters..

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No that uncommon in old commercial buildings in major cities. The fill is often cinders or slag.

Really? I'm looking at the illustration and wondering what "f" is. Can't be cinders or slag. Wouldn't it be some kind of grout, like gypsum or cement? I think this is the same thing Marc was wondering.

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