Electrician and Mechanic, Volume 24

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Edward Trevert, Arthur Eugene Watson
Sampson Publishing Company, 1912 - Amateur radio stations
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Page 16 - ... upon such vessel, and such vessel may be libeled therefor in any district court of the United States within the jurisdiction of which such vessel shall arrive or depart...
Page xiv - No. 57. INCANDESCENT ELECTRIC LIGHTING. A Practical Description of the Edison System. By LH Latimer. To which is added the Design and Operation of Incandescent Stations, by CJ Field; and the Maximum Efficiency of Incandescent Lamps, by John W. Howell. No. 58. VENTILATION OF COAL MINES. By W. Fairley, ME, and Geo. J. Andre.
Page xiv - PRACTICAL PERSPECTIVE. By RICHARDS and COLVIN. Shows just how to make all kinds of mechanical drawings in the only practical perspective isometric. Makes everything plain so that any mechanic can understand a sketch or drawing in this way. Saves time in the drawing room and mistakes in the shops. Contains practical examples of various classes of work. 50 cents SELF-TAUGHT MECHANICAL DRAWING AND ELEMENTARY MACHINE DESIGN. By FL SYLVESTER, ME, Draftsman, with additions by Erik Oberg, associate editor...
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