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Identifier: industrialeducat22peoruoft
Title: Industrial Education Magazine
Year: 1910 (1910s)
Publisher: Peoria
Contributing Library: Robarts - University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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rto. Price,S3.00; by mail, $3.25.CONSTRUCTIVE ANATOMY By G. B. Bridgman, Art Students League.The newest and most authoritative book on the subject.Price postpaid, $7.50.A SHORT HISTORY OF ART By De Forest and Caffin.The most comprehensive single volume on the subject,comprising 758 pages with 289 illustrations. Price,$4.00; by mail, $4.25.FIRST LESSONS IN BATIK By Mary C. Scovel, Head of the Normal Depart-ment, Art Institute of Chicago. A practical handbook, giving full information for Batikdyeing on many different fabrics. Beautifully illustrat-ed with cuts from original Javanese Batiks. Price,$1.50; by mail. $1.60.PERMODELLO MODELING By Bonnie E. Snow and Hugo B. Froehlich.Gives full directions for innumerable uses of Per-modello, the permanent Modeling Clay, which setslike concrete without firing. Beautifully illustrated.Price, $1.50; by mail, $1.60.Send for Descriptive Circulars and New Prang Bulletin, THE PRANG COMPANY 30 Irving Place, New York City1922 Calumet Ave., Chicago XXII

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itafflif Why Teach With Standard Forges? OTUDENTS receiving training on standard forges acquaint I^ themselves early with the details of equipment such as they Iwill use throughout their industrial life. They leave school finished Iworkmen ready to accept the problems before them without in- Idecision—but in full possession of a sense of confident in their Iability to succeed without having to learn what standard equip- 1ment is and what it can do.

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Date: 2014-07-29 04:09:37

bookid:industrialeducat22peoruoft bookyear:1910 bookdecade:1910 bookcentury:1900 bookpublisher:Peoria bookcontributor:Robarts___University_of_Toronto booksponsor:MSN bookleafnumber:152 bookcollection:robarts bookcollection:toronto

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