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8vo., v. p., rubbed, soiled, yellowing, some crayon coloring Golden Thoughts for Daily Living/Easy Bible Living for Children/Little Folks' Home Amusements/New Speaker for Little Folks/ Babies' Picture Book/Polite Manners for Little Men and Women. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: 6 Salesman Samples
Publisher: . ca1913
Publication Date: 1913
Binding: Cloth
Illustrator: Black & White Illustrations
Book Condition: G/No Dust Jacket
Edition: Salesman's Sam.

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Morris, Charles (ed)
Published by Universal Book and Bible House (1909)
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Book Description Universal Book and Bible House, 1909. hard cover. Book Condition: Good. No jacket. Philadelphia, PA; Universal Book and Bible House, [1909]. Salesman's abbreviated edition. No pagination. Illustrated with b/w photographs. Highly decorated grayish green cloth boards.  No dj.  Condition is good.  Cover decorations still pretty bright.  Boards show wear and grime, with bumping to tips and edges. Light dampstain to outside page margin on first 35 or so pages; these are the photograph pages and the stain disappears thereafter.  Hinges starting to crack. No foxing or any other internal markings. Sadly for someone, no markings in the salesman's orders section. Includes many photographs, the first few pages of each chapter, and then a section for the salesperson to mark down orders. (cfm). Bookseller Inventory # 22970

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Book Description . ca1913, ., 1913. Cloth. Book Condition: G/No Dustjacket. Black & White Illustrations (illustrator). Salesman's Sample. 8vo., v. p., rubbed, soiled, yellowing, some crayon coloring Golden Thoughts for Daily Living/Easy Bible Living for Children/Little Folks' Home Amusements/New Speaker for Little Folks/ Babies' Picture Book/Polite Manners for Little Men and Women. Bookseller Inventory # BOOKS246218

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MANUFACTURING -- PHOTO CATALOGUE ARCHIVE]. [MURPHY, Harry J.].
Published by Massachusetts Engineering Co., 1930-1940]., [North Quincy, MA: (1930)
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Book Description Massachusetts Engineering Co., 1930-1940]., [North Quincy, MA:, 1930. Six vols. Oblong 4to First one (12 .25 x 9) 40 black & white photos linen-backed, attached with linen hinges to 3-ring binder at gutter margin, images are all uniform 7.5 x 10 in. in size, 6 tipped-in at end on 2 leaves 3.5 x 5.75 in., most w/ Comme grcial Photographer stamps on versos. Original 3-ring post-binder, limp black simulated calf, rounded corners, yapp edges, NF copy; remaining 5 vols. are oblong folio (14.25 x 9.75 in.), each vol. w/ 34 leaves of black thick paper, w/total of 495 black & white photos tipped-in, most sized 3.5 x 5 in., mounted w/ black corners, many leaves w/ pencil annotations in margins, contained in black & green cloth wire comb bindings, rounded corners, yapp edges, faint vol. nos. on front covers, manufactured by S.W. Dow, Inc., Boston, MA, collection in NF condition, w/ typed table of contents leaf tipped-in to Vol. I on Massachusetts Engineering Co., Inc. letterhead. An amazing factory photo album archive for the Massachusetts Engineering Company in North Quincy, Massachusetts, offering an incomparable historical visual record of steel tank, oil tank, and industrial manufacturing in the United States. Harry J. Murphy (b. 1889) was a civil engineer, who founded the Massachusetts Engineering company in 1925, to meet the increasing demand for steel tanks for oil, water, and other industrial processes during the Jazz Age. Their advertising jingle stated that they were Manufacturers of steel tanks for every industrial purpose, and they delivered. They were one of the most successful manufacturing companies during the Great Depression, and managed to gain market share, and rapidly expand their customer base until World War II, and continued in business until at least 1967. The remarkable salesman sample photo album shows products such as Cone Bottom tanks for Gross Machinery Co., Concrete hoppers with flexible chute sections, oil fuel bunker tanks for naval vessels as they switched over from coal, and they even produced steam jacketed chocolate storage tanks with agitators for the famed chocolatiers, Walter Baker & Co. The also produced other large steel structures such as dust arrestors for the Eastman Gelatine Corporation, one of the most important subsidiaries of Kodak, Deerfield Glassine Co. renowned for being the earliest producer of Glassine paper in the United States, Oil tanks for the Fuel & Range oil at the Framingham & Natich Ice Manufacturing Co., and many others. Some of their largest tanks included water pumping tanks at the Chestnut Hill Pumping Station, Beacon Hill Pumping Station for the Massachusetts District Commission in the late 1920s and 1930s. The factory archive photo albums offer an amazing array of products, factory photographs, equipment used by the company, and their major onsite projects. The collection opens with tanks being delivered to the Short Line Railroad for the Mount Washington Observatory in 1932 when the large meteorological scientific station was constructed. Several tanks for fuel oil, and water, were built by Massachusetts Engineering Company. The first album also shows the construction of hoppers and bins, trucks for varnish vats, special rolling racks, heating coils, and much more. Many of the photos show the special heavy commercial trucks that were part of the Massachusetts Engineering Fleet, the heavy equipment loading cranes, welders, yard workers, riveters, the shop floor, and more. The second album includes photos of the Company building steel ship sections, and other large steel fabrications. The other albums include photos of tanks so large they could barely squeeze out from inside the mammoth assembly plant, panoramic views of the plant with late 1930s and one 1940 automobile in the foreground, the tremendous variety of fuel oil tanks, and much more. Bookseller Inventory # 48140

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