Title: Bros: Wm. Bros. Boiler & Mfg. Co.
Publisher: Minneapolis, MN: Wm. Bros. Boiler & Mfg. Co.
Publication Date: 1948
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Near Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Maroon card stock binder with silver printing and decorations; inside are some glossy sheets advertising certain products, other such sheets, specifications, price lists, a letter from the company's general sales manager, etc. Some of the art work is in color and is very nice. The company manufactured watertube boilers; high and low pressure return tubular boilers; vertical boilers, underfeed and overfeed stokers, special fabricating of steel products, hydro pneumatic and storage tanks, water heating garbage burners, water heaters, stacks and breechings. The binder is slightly wrinkled, the interior is fine. Bookseller Inventory # 79204W
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