Catalog Record: A practical treatise on the steel square and its application to everyday use being an exhaustive collection of steel square problems and solutions, "old and new", with many original and useful additions, forming a complete encyclopedia of steel square knowledge, together with a brief history of the square, and description of tables, keys and other aids and attachments | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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A practical treatise on the steel square and its application to everyday use [electronic resource] : being an exhaustive collection of steel square problems and solutions, "old and new", with many original and useful additions, forming a complete encyclopedia of steel square knowledge, together with a brief history of the square, and description of tables, keys and other aids and attachments / by Fred T. Hodgson.

Main Author: Hodgson, Frederick T. 1836-1919.
Language(s): English
Published: Chicago : F.J. Drake, 1909.
Edition: Rev. ed.
Subjects: Carpentry > Tools.
Carpenters' square.
Note: On cover: Complete modern treatise.
Includes: House plan supplement : perspective views and floor plans of fifty low and medium priced houses.
First ed. pub. 1879.
ISBN: 0665859155 (v. 2)
0665859147 (v. 1)
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