by Alpha Pierce Jamison
Publisher: McGraw-Hill 1911
Number of pages: 92
To understand what is to follow, the reader must possess a working knowledge of mechanical drawing. Attention is to be given to the way in which a drawing can be made, rather than to the reasons for doing 'thus and so'. Plain and common terms will be used...
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