An Elementary Treatise on Orthographic Projection: Being a New Method of Teaching the Science, of Mechanical and Engineering Drawing, Intended for the Instruction of Engineers, Architects, Builders, Smiths, Masons, and Bricklayers, and for the Use of Schools. With Numerous Illustrations on Wood and Steel
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