Catalog Record: Report of the Selby Smelter Commission | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Report of the Selby Smelter Commission, by J. A. Holmes, Director of the [U.S.] Bureau of Mines, Edward C. Franklin, Professor of Organic Chemistry, Leland Stanford Junior University, and Ralph A. Gould, chemical engineer, Secretary of the Commission, in immediate charge of the investigations. With accompanying papers.

Corporate Author: Selby Smelter Commission.
Related Names: Gould, Ralph Amos. , Franklin, Edward Curtis 1862-1937., Holmes, J. A. 1859-1915.
Language(s): English
Published: Washington, Govt. Print. Off., 1915.
Subjects: Selby Smelting & Lead Co.
Smoke prevention.
Smelting > Health aspects.
Note: Joseph A. Holmes, chairman.
Fold. map in pocket.
1st edition, July, 1915. cf. verso of t.-p.
At head of title: ... Department of the Interior. Bureau of Mines. Joseph A. Holmes, Director.
Physical Description: xviii, 528 p. incl. illus., tables, diagrs., charts. XLI pl. on 36 l. (incl. 3 fold. maps, fold. diagr.) 25 cm.
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