Roper's Instructions and Suggestions for Engineers and Firemen, Who Wish to Take Charge of Any Class of Steam-Engines or Boilder, Stationary, Locomotive, or Marine.

Roper, Stephen

Published by Edward Meeks, Philadelphia, 1894
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Title: Roper's Instructions and Suggestions for ...

Publisher: Edward Meeks, Philadelphia

Publication Date: 1894

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good


Original black leather with gilt lettering on front cover. 4 X 6 inches. 66 pages. Also has 4 pages of "Roper's Practical Handy-Books for Engineers and Firemen." Copy has 2 black and white illustrations. Head, tail and corners slightly worn. Previous owners name, "F.F. Flanders, 1894" is written in black in on the inside front cover. The question and answer book is very clean and complete, binding is tight. Bookseller Inventory # 017436

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