The Toilet Tractate: Entertaining and historical facts about toilets
Benjamin Ross & Lane, Sep 25, 2002 - Architecture - 114 pages
The Toilet Tractate is full of fun facts about toilets that you can read while on the toilet! Arthur Belefant, a mechanical/electrical engineer, has been hired to design buildings all over the world. Every building must have a toilet or two and so he has studied toilet design in many cultures across the globe. You’ll be fascinated by what he’s learned.
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