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Manual Arts Press, 1918 - Carpentry - 143 pages
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Page 144 - A textbook written especially for the use of grammar and high school students- A clear and comprehensive treatment of woodworking tools, materials, and processes, to supplement, but not to take the place of the instruction given by the teacher. The book does not contain a course of models: it may be used with any course. It is illustrated with photographs and numerous pen drawings by Edwin V.
Page 143 - CODE AND CONVENTIONAL SIGNALS. [To be used for all general public service radio communication. (1) A dash is equal to three dots; (2) the space between parts of the same letter is equal to one dot; (3) the space between two letters is equal to three dots; (4) the space between two words is equal to five dots.) A . _ I ' _ * C . D E F G II I . J K L . M N _.
Page 144 - A full and clear description in detail of the fundamental processes of elementary benchwork in wood. This description is given through directions for making a few simple, useful articles, suitable either for school or home problems. The book contains more than one hundred original sketches and ten working drawings.
Page 144 - A valuable textbook for rural schools, by one who has made a special study of the manual training problems in the country school. A full and clear description in detail of the fundamental processes of elementary benchwork in wood. This description is given through directions for making a few simple, useful articles, suitable either for school or home problems.
Page 144 - Essentials of Woodworking. By IRA S. GRIFFITH ....... A textbook written especially for the use of grammar and high school students. A clear and comprehensive treatment of woodworking tools, materials, and processes, to supplement, but not to take the place of the instruction given by the teacher. The book does not contain a course of models; it may be used with any course. It is illustrated...
Page 72 - ... from the handle and attach the loose end to the lower notch by means of a slip knot. The arrow shafts should be 24" long and for a 5

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