By Wayne Franklin
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This was a means, essentially, of creating the assets by which he was to discharge his liabilities. That Holmes tolerated such an arrangement suggests how entangled in their personal relationship the economic dealings between the two were. Although it seems likely that Holmes knew before the start of 1869 that he was going to build new houses for several cli- Page 27 ents besides Winans, and thus knew that Winans would be able to make good on the debt, it was Holmes's ability to secure those jobs that essentially allowed Winans to hire Holmes for the Winans job.
Commemorative plaque, Cemetery Association crypt, 1871, Westford Page 35 10. Cemetery Association crypt, 1871, Westford Page 36 are not as full as that for his own new house, we ought to assume that some of the same people performed in those cases some of the same tasks. Holmes must have served his major clients not as contractor but merely as builder. That is, he must have performed just the woodworking part of any job. Had he been responsible for seeing to the mason work or to the initial excavation, he certainly would have entered details about those tasks in his diary since he would have had to settle with the men who did them.
Some of these people, or their counterparts, would have helped Holmes on other jobs in a normal year. There is no indication that Holmes undertook any real mason work even on his own house. He picked stone in the quarry and hauled it to the site, hauled brick and sand and lime, on one occasion even mixed mortar for the cellar walls, Page 30 and may have done some lathing, but at no time did he lay up brick or stone. Nor did he do any plastering in his house or in any other during 1869. Hence, the labor that mason William O.
A Rural Carpenter's World: The Craft in a Nineteenth-Century New York Township by Wayne Franklin