IMPORTANT UPDATE (19 Jun 2012)
One of our reader's - Eric - has been busy! Below is a photo (culled from fleaBay) of all seven Church pieces together. You'll notice in the lower left of the photo is the tower roof.
Now, it turns out that Eric had the surround piece on which the original was punched out of. Using that as his sample, he worked a little copy and paste magic and came up with this:
You can now make your own tower roof. Many Thanx Eric!
CORRECTION (18 JUN 2012 5:56PM EST)
One of our reader's - Eric - pointed out that the missing seventh piece is a flat roof for the tower, which, unless my eyes deceive me, isn't pictured in the exploded view drawing on the back of piece #3. Now the hunt is on for the missing part!!
In our continuing look at the wonderful little Built-Rite cardboard houses of the 1930s Toys & Stuff brings you the #56-1 Church. I believe I've found a factory error on this particular building. The back side of these buildings always list the amount of pieces in the kit as well as an exploded diagram of the building. This kit lists 7 pieces but there are clearly only 6! As usual the scans are presented here today and next week we'll have the photo's. Enjoy!
(UPDATE ADDED 5 Jan 6:51PM)
Per a reader's request the dimensions are as follows:
O'all length (back of roof edge to edge of tower) = 6 1/2" (16.5 cm)
O'll width (edge of roof to edge of roof) = 4" (10.2cm)
O'all height (to top of tower) = 4 3/4" (12.1cm)
Wall dimensions: 5" (12.7cm) L x 3 1/2" (8.9cm) W