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Decimals, I. C. S. Staff
1 Decimals
I. C. S. Staff: International Textbook Company; Scranton, Pennsylvania 1921 
First Edition: First Printing Pamphlet Fine: 5 x 7.5 in.: 36 pages Illustrated by I. C. S. Staff 

010457010457: "Prepared Especially For Home Study, Serial 1977, Edition 1, International Correspondence Schools." Contents consist of 45 Training Sections (covering Fundamental Operations * Definitions, Numeration, and Notation * Addition of Decimals * Subtraction of Decimals * Multiplication of Decimals * Division of Decimals * Reduction of Fractions and Decimals * Decimal Currency * Per Cent, and Percentage * Accuracy of Calculations), followed by a 17-Question Examination. Booklet is a brown paper pamphlet with black lettering and a drawing of the entrance of a school building on the front cover, and the double-emblem of "Science Instructing Industry" on the back cover. Covers and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered (has 2 pre-punched holes by spine for holding in a small binder). Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Wear of Paper Booklet is now prevented by being stored with a New Back Board and Bag. Also it is mailed with heavy cardboard on front and back sides as well, for protection. : B&W Illustrations

Price: 16.00 USD
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Electricity And Magnetism, Part 2, I. C. S. Staff
2 Electricity And Magnetism, Part 2
I. C. S. Staff: International Textbook Company; Scranton, Pennsylvania 1915 
First Edition: First Printing Pamphlet Very Good: 5 x 7.5 in.: 36 pages Illustrated by I. C. S. Staff 

010453010453: "Prepared Especially For Home Study, Serial 1622B, Edition 1, International Correspondence Schools." Contents consist of 66 Training Sections (covering Permanent Magnetism * Electromagnetism * Electric Calculations * Dielectric Circuits), followed by a 20-Question Examination. Booklet is a brown paper pamphlet with black lettering and a drawing of the entrance of a school building on the front cover, and the double-emblem of "Science Instructing Industry" on the back cover. Covers and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered (has 2 pre-punched holes by spine for holding in a small binder). Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Wear of Paper Booklet is now prevented by being stored with a New Back Board and Bag. Also it is mailed with heavy cardboard on front and back sides as well, for protection. : B&W Illustrations

Price: 16.00 USD
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Elements of Arithmetic, I. C. S. Staff
3 Elements of Arithmetic
I. C. S. Staff: International Textbook Company; Scranton, Pennsylvania 1929 
First Edition: First Printing Pamphlet Very Good: 5 x 7.5 in.: 42 pages Illustrated by I. C. S. Staff 

010458010458: "Prepared Especially For Home Study, Serial 1975, Edition 1, International Correspondence Schools." Contents consist of 60 Training Sections (covering Fundamental Processes * Notation and Numeration * Addition * Subtraction * Multiplication * Division * Combinations of Arithmetical Operations * Simple Arithmetical Equations), followed by a 20-Question Examination. Booklet is a brown paper pamphlet with black lettering and a drawing of the entrance of a school building on the front cover, and the double-emblem of "Science Instructing Industry" on the back cover. Covers and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered (does not have any pre-punched holes by spine for holding in a small binder). Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Wear of Paper Booklet is now prevented by being stored with a New Back Board and Bag. Also it is mailed with heavy cardboard on front and back sides as well, for protection. : B&W Illustrations

Price: 16.00 USD
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Fractions, I. C. S. Staff
4 Fractions
I. C. S. Staff: International Textbook Company; Scranton, Pennsylvania 1920 
First Edition: First Printing Pamphlet Very Good: 5 x 7.5 in.: 36 pages Illustrated by I. C. S. Staff 

010456010456: "Prepared Especially For Home Study, Serial 1976, Edition 1, International Correspondence Schools." Contents consist of 39 Training Sections (covering Fundamental Processes * Processes Preparatory to Addition and Subtraction of Fractions * Multiplication of Fractions * Division of Fractions * Combined Processes), followed by a 20-Question Examination. Booklet is a brown paper pamphlet with black lettering and a drawing of the entrance of a school building on the front cover, and the double-emblem of "Science Instructing Industry" on the back cover. Covers and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered (does not have any pre-punched holes by spine for holding in a small binder). Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Wear of Paper Booklet is now prevented by being stored with a New Back Board and Bag. Also it is mailed with heavy cardboard on front and back sides as well, for protection. : B&W Illustrations

Price: 16.00 USD
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Geometrical Drawing, Part 2 Only, I. C. S. Staff
5 Geometrical Drawing, Part 2 Only
I. C. S. Staff: International Textbook Company; Scranton, Pennsylvania 1917 
First Edition: First Printing Pamphlet Very Good: 5 x 7.5 in.: 74 pages Illustrated by I. C. S. Staff 

010452010452: "Prepared Especially For Home Study, Serial 93B, Edition 6, Part 2 Only - has pp. 49-122, International Correspondence Schools." Contents consist of 72 Training Sections (covering Geometrical Drawing Problems * Representation of Objects * Drawing Plate, Title: Projections I and II * Drawing Plate, Title: Conic Sections * Converting Decimals Into Common Fractions * Drawing Plate, Title: Intersections and Developments * Shade Lines). Booklet is a brown paper pamphlet with black lettering and a drawing of the entrance of a school building on the front cover, and the double-emblem of "Science Instructing Industry" on the back cover. Covers and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered (has 2 pre-punched holes by spine for holding in a small binder). Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Wear of Paper Booklet is now prevented by being stored with a New Back Board and Bag. Also it is mailed with heavy cardboard on front and back sides as well, for protection. : B&W Illustrations

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Harvard Classics Volume 30 (Scientific Papers - Physics, Chemistry, Astronomy, Geology - Faraday, Helmholtz, Kelvin, Newcomb): Harvard Classics Series, Eliot, Charles W. (Editor)
6 Harvard Classics Volume 30 (Scientific Papers - Physics, Chemistry, Astronomy, Geology - Faraday, Helmholtz, Kelvin, Newcomb): Harvard Classics Series
Eliot, Charles W. (Editor): P. F. Collier & Sons Company; New York, New York 1910 
First Edition Hard Cover Very Good with No Dust Jacket as issued: 5 x 7.75 in.: 367 pages 

006267006267: No Jacket as Issued. The Harvard Classics VOLUME # 30. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Maroon - Dark Red Cloth Hardcover Binding, First Edition, with the embossed Harvard Seal on front board and spine, black & white frontispiece, slight edge wear on the boards, pages are evenly tanned, but no marks, writing or tears found. Boards and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. If interested, we have many additional volumes available in this collection called the Five Foot Shelf Of Books. : Vol. 30

Price: 20.00 USD
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Industrial Drawing (The Pennsylvania State College Industrial Series), Thayer, H. R.
7 Industrial Drawing (The Pennsylvania State College Industrial Series)
Thayer, H. R.: McGraw-Hill Book Company; 1942 
Presumed First Edition Hard Cover Very Good with No Dust Jacket as issued: 6.5 x 9.25 in.: 195 pages 

002184002184: No Jacket as Issued. Wire Spiral Bound. "The Pennsylvania State College Industrial Series. * This Industrial Series will include texts on mathematics, blue print reading, engineering drawing, mechanics, strength of materials, machine design, electricity, and others. While some theory will be included, stress will be laid on the application of the principles of these subjects to important practical problems common in industry. " Scarce, Out Of Print, Book.

Price: 35.00 USD
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McGraw - Hill Concise Encyclopedia Of Science & Technology, Parker, Sybil P. (Editor)
8 McGraw - Hill Concise Encyclopedia Of Science & Technology
Parker, Sybil P. (Editor): McGraw-Hill Book Company; 1985 0070454825 / 9780070454828
Third Edition: Fifth Printing Hard Cover Very Good in Very Good Dust Jacket: 9 x 11 in.: 2065 pages 

002486002486: Dustjacket now protected by a new Brodart Mylar Cover. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. This is based on the 15-volume McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology. The Concise Encyclopedia contains some 7,900 alphabetically arranged articles (300 new to this edition), with more than 1,600 photographs and line drawings, covered in 2,065 pages. An analytical index aids in locating information for topics that do not have their own entries. There are also 15 appendices covering such topics as the Greek alphabet, conversion tables, the periodic table of elements, mathematical notations, a geological time scale, and biographical listings. This edition offers quick access to vital information in 75 broad fields of study, including astronomy, life sciences, chemistry, physics, earth science, computers, electronics, and medicine. "Wisconsin Professional Engineer" stamp on title page and jacket has a well-repaired short tear at edge on front. Price INCLUDES FULL EXTRA COST of media delivery. USPS Priority would be extra.

Price: 46.00 USD
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Mechanics And Machine Elements, I. C. S. Staff
9 Mechanics And Machine Elements
I. C. S. Staff: International Textbook Company; Scranton, Pennsylvania 1915 
First Edition: First Printing Pamphlet Fine: 5 x 7.5 in.: 32 pages Illustrated by I. C. S. Staff 

010451010451: "Prepared Especially For Home Study, Serial 1621, Edition 1, International Correspondence Schools." Contents consist of 73 Training Sections (covering Matter and Energy * Gravitation and Gravity * Motion and Velocity * Force * Work and Power * Friction * Levers * Pulleys * Pulley Blocks * and The Screw), followed by a 20-Question Examination. Booklet is a brown paper pamphlet with black lettering and a drawing of the entrance of a school building on the front cover, and the double-emblem of "Science Instructing Industry" on the back cover. Covers and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered (has 2 pre-punched holes by spine for holding in a small binder). Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Wear of Paper Booklet is now prevented by being stored with a New Back Board and Bag. Also it is mailed with heavy cardboard on front and back sides as well, for protection. : B&W Illustrations

Price: 16.00 USD
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Mechanism, Keown, Robert McArdle / Faires, Virgil Moring
10 Mechanism
Keown, Robert McArdle / Faires, Virgil Moring: McGraw-Hill Book Company; 1939 
Fourth Edition: Twelfth Printing Hard Cover Very Good with No Dust Jacket as issued: 5.5 x 8.5 in.: 282 pages 

004469004469: No Jacket as Issued. Boards are black cloth. Prior owner's name was written in pencil on front flyleaf and address sticker was removed from corner of inside front cover. Otherwise boards and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Contains many black and white photographs and drawings.

Price: 16.00 USD
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Mechanix Illustrated Magazine, February 1953 (Vol. 48, No. 4), Parker, William L. (Editor)
11 Mechanix Illustrated Magazine, February 1953 (Vol. 48, No. 4)
Parker, William L. (Editor): Fawcett Publications; Chicago, Illinois 1953 
First Edition: First Printing Magazine Very Good: 6.75 x 9.5 in.: 192 pages Illustrated by Frank A. Taggart (Art Editor) 

011778011778: Feb. 1953. Magazine is complete, but edges/corners of covers are worn. Otherwise, covers and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Original Price of 20c. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Magazine has New Back Board and Bag. Also is mailed with heavy cardboard on front and back sides as well, for protection. Articles include: Danger! Men At Work (Lester David) * How To get 25,000,000,000,000 Miles Away From It All (Frank Tinsley) * Be A Memory Wizard (Douglas Greene) * On The Trail Of the Cottontail (Raymond R. Camp * Stars Of Stage, Screen And Jungle (Weldon D. Woodson) * '53 Buick Roadmaster * English Morgan * New In Science * Prize Gadget: Shake Sharp Razor * Pin-Up Car * New For The Road * MMI: Artist In Veneer (H. W. Kellick) * HHF: Princeton's Boxing Sculptor * MI-Stoppers * Commie Weapons From Korea * Push-Button Health Museum * Golf Ball Doctor * Odd-Mobiles * Deltiology - Newest Hobby * Learn To Ski Indoors * Ice Cream Heaven * Your Heating Dollar * New Products For Your House * New Multi-Tool Workshop * Table Tennis Railroad Pike * Plywood Magazine Binders * Offset Taper Turning * Photos Through A Microscope * Darkroom Easel * Amateur Telescope Maker's Page.: B&W Photographs

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Mechanix Illustrated Magazine, March 1970 (Vol. 66, No. 502), Beason, Robert G. (Editor)
12 Mechanix Illustrated Magazine, March 1970 (Vol. 66, No. 502)
Beason, Robert G. (Editor): Fawcett Publications; Chicago, Illinois 1970 
First Edition: First Printing Magazine Very Good: 6.75 x 9.5 in.: 176 pages Illustrated by Joseph D. Doyle (Art Editor) 

011779011779: March 1970. Magazine is complete, but edges/corners of covers are worn. Otherwise, covers and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Original Price of 35c. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Magazine has New Back Board and Bag. Also is mailed with heavy cardboard on front and back sides as well, for protection. Articles include: C-111 on the Wall of Death * How to Buy a Safe Kiddie Seat * How to Fit Your Car to Your Person * Service Tips from Detroit * Mail for McCahill * Tests the Ford Torino * Hot Line Report: The World of Science * Light Wonder of the World * How to Manage Time-Payment Buying * Hot Line Report: The Home Mortgage picture * Your Aching Back ... And What to Do About It * Outdoors: First of the Season * Fast Ways to Learn a Foreign Language * The Unsinkable Uniboat * Smooth Way to Boat-Camp * Build a Glass-Bottom Boat * Tom McCahill's 30-Day Live-Aboard Houseboat Test * A Cartop Johnboat * Sailing on a Bedsheet * Basic Basement Beautification * Movable Room Divider * Patio Furniture You Can Build * Mimi: Scuba-Com.: B&W Photographs

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Mensuration, I. C. S. Staff
13 Mensuration
I. C. S. Staff: International Textbook Company; Scranton, Pennsylvania 1921 
First Edition: First Printing Pamphlet Fine: 5 x 7.5 in.: 56 pages Illustrated by I. C. S. Staff 

010455010455: "Prepared Especially For Home Study, Serial 1981, Edition 1, International Correspondence Schools." Contents consist of 103 Training Sections (covering Lines, Surfaces, and Solids * Measurement of Lines and Areas * Areas of Plane Surfaces * Volumes of Solids * Calculations of Material, Weight, and Taper), followed by a 20-Question Examination. Booklet is a brown paper pamphlet with black lettering and a drawing of the entrance of a school building on the front cover, and the double-emblem of "Science Instructing Industry" on the back cover. Covers and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered (has 2 pre-punched holes by spine for holding in a small binder). Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Wear of Paper Booklet is now prevented by being stored with a New Back Board and Bag. Also it is mailed with heavy cardboard on front and back sides as well, for protection. : B&W Illustrations

Price: 16.00 USD
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Popular Mechanics Magazine, February 1970 (Vol. 133, No. 2), Crossley, Robert P. (Editor) / Leckey, Wayne C. (Editor)
14 Popular Mechanics Magazine, February 1970 (Vol. 133, No. 2)
Crossley, Robert P. (Editor) / Leckey, Wayne C. (Editor): Popular Mechanics Company; Chicago, Illinois 1970 
First Edition: First Printing Magazine Very Good: 6.75 x 9.5 in.: 238 pages 

011775011775: Feb. 1970. Magazine is complete, but edges/corners of covers are worn. Otherwise, covers and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Original Price of 50c. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Magazine has New Back Board and Bag. Also is mailed with heavy cardboard on front and back sides as well, for protection. Articles include: Detroit Listening Post * Drivin' With Dan * Automobile Clinic * Easy-to-Fix Cars * Lee Roy's Secret Weapon * PM Road Test: AMC's New Hornet * To the Summit by ATV * A Family Guide to mini-Bikes * Across Canada in a Motor Home * So You Want a Quiet Outboard? * Build This Three-Way Travelpod * Inner-Tube Dog Boots * What's New Outdoors * On-the-Go Camping * Pushbutton Fishing * The Big Lab That Tackles the Tough Ones * Now: Prebuilt Saunas That Go Together in an Hour * Install a Circuit for a 230-V. Arc Welder * A Lot of Railroad in a Little Space (Part 2) * What You Should Know Before You Buy a Franchise.: B&W Photographs

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Popular Mechanics Magazine, January 1974 (Vol. 141, No. 1), Liston, Jim (Editor)
15 Popular Mechanics Magazine, January 1974 (Vol. 141, No. 1)
Liston, Jim (Editor): Hearst Books; Chicago, Illinois 1974 
First Edition: First Printing Magazine Very Good: 6.75 x 9.5 in.: 216 pages Illustrated by Alvin Kietz (Art Director) 

011776011776: Jan . 1974. Magazine is complete, but edges/corners of covers are worn. Otherwise, covers and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Original Price of 60c. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Magazine has New Back Board and Bag. Also is mailed with heavy cardboard on front and back sides as well, for protection. Articles include: Imports and Motorsports * Bug House for your bug * Saturday Mechanic: All you need to know about electronic ignition systems * Driver's license for snowmobiles * Plymouth's annual troubleshooting contest * The 'Outback': Build-it-yourself camper for compact pickups * Custom-fit gun rack adjusts for growing collection * Sturdy roller support for bench-saw work * Shop-built trammel is on the mark every time * New boats for '74 * Outdoors America ... inside Russia * Muddy prints and how to cure them * Three ways to make a custom camera bag * Low-cost synthesizers: Switched-on home music fun * Pocket headphone amp for listening and recording * Simulators teach old salts new tricks * Bold proposal: A bridge for Alaskan oil.: B&W Photographs

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Popular Mechanics Magazine, July 1957 (Vol. 108, No. 1), Windsor, H. H. (Editor)
16 Popular Mechanics Magazine, July 1957 (Vol. 108, No. 1)
Windsor, H. H. (Editor): Popular Mechanics Company; Chicago, Illinois 1957 
First Edition: First Printing Magazine Very Good: 6.75 x 9.5 in.: 244 pages Illustrated by Frank Beatty (Art Director) 

011773011773: July 1957. Magazine is complete, but edges/corners of covers are worn. Otherwise, covers and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Original Price of 35c. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Magazine has New Back Board and Bag. Also is mailed with heavy cardboard on front and back sides as well, for protection. Articles include: Stand By for Satellite Take-off * Your Aerial Sedan for 1967 * Everybody's Going Sailing * After a Wreck ... Clear the Rails! * How the Prefabs Got That Custom Look * I Shoot the Works * Mystery Fuels for the Missile Age * Our Outboard Boat Boom * The Owners Report on the '57 Oldsmobile * 'Broncobusters' of the High Seas * Air Is the Farmer's Hired Hand * 'Egg Crate' Paddle Board Is Light, Strong * Know-How Fills the Creel * Build the Sea Knight - Part III * Outsmarting the Housebreaker * Index Centers * Detroit Listening Post * Keeping Up With the Atom * What's New for Your Home * Radio, TV and Electronics * How Would You Do It? * Shopping for Tools * On the Market for Do-It-Yourselfers * Clinic for Homemakers.: B&W Photographs

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Popular Mechanics Magazine, November 1958 (Vol. 110, No. 5), Windsor, H. H. (Editor)
17 Popular Mechanics Magazine, November 1958 (Vol. 110, No. 5)
Windsor, H. H. (Editor): Popular Mechanics Company; Chicago, Illinois 1958 
First Edition: First Printing Magazine Very Good: 6.75 x 9.5 in.: 292 pages Illustrated by Frank Beatty (Art Director) 

011774011774: Nov. 1958. Magazine is complete, but edges/corners of covers are worn. Otherwise, covers and pages are clean, unmarked (except for a couple of neat notes on the front cover), bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Original Price of 35c. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Magazine has New Back Board and Bag. Also is mailed with heavy cardboard on front and back sides as well, for protection. Articles include: Detroit's Year of Decision * Who Said the Blimp is All Through? * Christmas Shopping Section * A House Full of Built-ins * Stern Wheelers Ply the Congo * Salt-Water Battery * Underground Missile Base * Alaska - 'Big Land' of Contrasts * Road Block Ahead! * Look Who's Coming in by Plane! * Model Trains of Paper - and They Run * Radio, TV and Electronics * Stool Converts to TV Chair * Modeling the French Chebec - Part I * Animated Christmas Displays * Christmas Decorating Ideas * Glamorize Your Christmas Candles * Slave Anode Arrests Corrosion * Hobbyist microfilms His Records * Your Home Workshop * True Holes With Woodboring Bits.: B&W Photographs

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Popular Mechanics Magazine, September 1954 (Vol. 102, No. 3), Windsor, H. H. (Editor)
18 Popular Mechanics Magazine, September 1954 (Vol. 102, No. 3)
Windsor, H. H. (Editor): Popular Mechanics Company; Chicago, Illinois 1954 
First Edition: First Printing Magazine Very Good: 6.75 x 9.5 in.: 280 pages Illustrated by Frank Beatty (Art Director) 

011772011772: Sept. 1954. Magazine is complete, but edges/corners of covers are worn. Otherwise, covers and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Original Price of 35c. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Magazine has New Back Board and Bag. Also is mailed with heavy cardboard on front and back sides as well, for protection. Articles include: After Disaster, the Trouble Shooter * Build for Modern Living - A House of Magic * What's All This Talk About Hi-Fi? * Animals Are Like Other People * The Owners Report on the '54 Cadillac * What's New for your Home * Fast Horses and Short Ropes * Big Guns in Miniature * TV From a Mountaintop * Radio, TV and Electronics * Custom-Build Your Own Dining Booth * Solving Home Problems * How to Shoot Over Decoys * Build This Model Jaguar SS-100 Sports Car * How to Make Cabinet Doors * Drilling in a Lathe * New Uses for Electric Saws * Portable Welding Screen * Shopping for Tools.: B&W Photographs

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Popular Science Monthly Magazine, April 1958 (Vol. 172, No. 4) : Mechanics - Autos - Homebuilding, Allaway, Howard (Editor)
19 Popular Science Monthly Magazine, April 1958 (Vol. 172, No. 4) : Mechanics - Autos - Homebuilding
Allaway, Howard (Editor): Popular Science Publishing; New York, New York 1958 
First Edition: First Printing Magazine Very Good: 6.75 x 9.5 in.: 272 pages Illustrated by Howard C. Jensen (Art Director) 

011767011767: April 1958. Magazine is complete, but edges/corners of covers are worn. Otherwise, covers and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Original Price of 35c. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Magazine has New Back Board and Bag. Also is mailed with heavy cardboard on front and back sides as well, for protection. Articles include: 8 Best-Selling Small Cars * Talking Prowl Car Warns Drivers * Driving an Auto-Pilot Car * Tires That Ride Softer, Last Longer * First Day in a New Car * Bargain Boats Come in Kits * Your Guide to '58 Power Mowers * What's New * What We Know About the Moon - So Far * TV's new Trick: Hidden Commercials * Breaking the Language Barrier * New Radio Steals Power from the Air * Our First 5,000-Mile Missile Is Ready * Jet Power to Kick Off Missiles? * Man-Made Suns May Harness the Atom * Sea-Borne Conveyor Gets Dry-Land Test * Jap Monorail Rolls on Rubber Wheels * We Took a Houseboat Vacation * I Was Weightless for 39 Seconds * Will a Super-City Swallow Your Town? * No-Battery Flash Generates Own Power * Are You Getting the Voltage you Pay For? * You Can Pocket the Contractor's Profits * Gus Treats a Case of Spring Fever * 6 Table-Saw Extras You Can Make * PS Fix-It File: Stucco Repairs * When You Paint Your House * PS Shop Notebook * 5 Rules for Keeping Whitewalls White * Hints from the Model Garage * I Built Hi-Fi into My Old Phonograph * Pre-Amp Works Without Hum * Short Cuts and Tips.: B&W Photographs

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Popular Science Monthly Magazine, August 1957 (Vol. 171, No. 2) : Mechanics - Autos - Homebuilding, Allaway, Howard (Editor)
20 Popular Science Monthly Magazine, August 1957 (Vol. 171, No. 2) : Mechanics - Autos - Homebuilding
Allaway, Howard (Editor): Popular Science Publishing; New York, New York 1957 
First Edition: First Printing Magazine Very Good: 6.75 x 9.5 in.: 228 pages Illustrated by Howard C. Jensen (Art Director) 

011762011762: Aug. 1957. Magazine is complete, but edges/corners of covers are worn. Otherwise, covers and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Original Price of 35c. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Magazine has New Back Board and Bag. Also is mailed with heavy cardboard on front and back sides as well, for protection. Articles include: 'What Makes Cars Cost So Much?' * The Edsel Story ... So Far * All About Speed Alarms * How to Take Care of a '57 Plymouth * Choosing a New Portable Radio * How We Dropped the A-Bomb * Seven Weeks on an Ice Island * New Missiles Attack the Heat Barrier * You Hardly Feel This Dental Drill * Powerhouse 500 Feet Underground * Largest Radio 'Scope to Search Sky * Captive Dust Storm Tortures Cars * Towering Tire Weighs 1 1/2 Tons * Steel Balls Spin at 700,000 R.P.M. * Basement Bank Disappears with Cash * Pit Furnace Heat-Seals Motors * Pushbutton Rack Delivers Clothes * Oceangoing 'Garage' Hauls Cars * Net Scoops Up Sea Survivors * You Can Afford Your Child's College * 1,000 Miles on Europe's Superhighway * Gus Gets His Signals Switched * Taking Care of Hi-Fi Records * How I Play TV Detective * How to Learn Table-Saw manners * Garage Doors Are Colored Plastic * 10 Painting Tips * Choosing and Using: Concrete Blocks * A Speed Alarm You Can Build * PS Fix-It File: Sash Cords * 8 Uses for Down Spout.: B&W Photographs

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Popular Science Monthly Magazine, December 1956 (Vol. 169, No. 6) : Mechanics - Autos - Homebuilding, Allaway, Howard (Editor)
21 Popular Science Monthly Magazine, December 1956 (Vol. 169, No. 6) : Mechanics - Autos - Homebuilding
Allaway, Howard (Editor): Popular Science Publishing; New York, New York 1956 
First Edition: First Printing Magazine Very Good: 6.75 x 9.5 in.: 256 pages Illustrated by Howard C. Jensen (Art Editor) 

011757011757: Dec. 1956. Magazine is complete, but edges/corners of covers are worn. Otherwise, covers and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Original Price of 35c. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Magazine has New Back Board and Bag. Also is mailed with heavy cardboard on front and back sides as well, for protection. Articles include: Science Designs a Crashproof Car * X Marks the Frame in the New Caddy * Buick Torque Tube Gets New Wrinkle * Picture Tour of the '57 Oldsmobile * How Pontiac Lost Its Stripes * The Locomotive That Shifts Like a Car * Outer Space Comes Down to Earth * New Sub Points Way to Undersea Liners * Scrolls Picture Christ's World * how Your Electric Meter Works * Invitation to Inventors * German Bus Cruises Texas Highways * Atomic Freighter Planned in England * Taillight Guides New Rocket to Target * Jet Leaves Fiery Trail of Shock Beads * 1957 Thunderbird Rolls in on 270 Hp * Engineer Lives in Iron Bubble * Poor Man's Rocket Is Launched * New System Records Air-Trophy Speeds * Toothed Auto Wheels Bite into Snow * Copter Carries Along Its Own Hanger * Inside the 1957 TV Sets * What Happens If You Drink Too Much * Winter's Wildest Highway Battle * Gus Fixes an Eggbeater * Choosing the Right Hi-Fi Tone Arm * Installing Modern Switches and Outlets * Blow that Stud Down! * Easy Wood Joints Are Strong Now * Barrow Mixer Delivers Concrete * I Built a Snow Blower for $25 * Use Three Blades for Faster Saw Jobs * A Floor Polisher That You Can Make * How to Control Hardboard Expansion * Three Ideas for Christmas * The Roof That Lets You Move Walls.: B&W Photographs

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Popular Science Monthly Magazine, February 1954 (Vol. 164, No. 2) : Mechanics - Autos - Homebuilding, Torrey, Volta (Editor) / Allaway, Howard (Editor)
22 Popular Science Monthly Magazine, February 1954 (Vol. 164, No. 2) : Mechanics - Autos - Homebuilding
Torrey, Volta (Editor) / Allaway, Howard (Editor): Popular Science Publishing; New York, New York 1954 
First Edition: First Printing Magazine Very Good: 6.75 x 9.5 in.: 320 pages Illustrated by Howard C. Jensen (Art Editor) 

011747011747: Feb. 1954. Magazine is complete, but edges/corners of covers are worn. Otherwise, covers and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Original Price of 25c. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Magazine has New Back Board and Bag. Also is mailed with heavy cardboard on front and back sides as well, for protection. Articles include: Conveyor Belts to Carry People * How Color TV Works * Building the World's Costliest Highway * TV Antennas Made Him Rich * A Letter About 1954 Air Conditioners * 1954 Auto Show: Wesley Griswold Describes 1901 Show * Exclusive Color Pictures of 1954 Cars * Frank Rowsome Covers New Ford * Wilbur Shaw Drives the Packard * Devon Francis Reports on New Buicks * Score Card: Specs of All Models * Cadillac Unveils New Curves * New Oldsmobile Hugs the Road * America's First Turbo Car * Dashboard Check: Quiz on New Cars * Man's Tallest Tower to Broadcast TV * How the Missing Link Was Found * Gus Aids a Hot-Rod Jockey * Young Californian's Prize House * All About Glass * Now Anyone Can Build with Pipe * He's the Henry Ford of Steam Engines * New Tricks for Building Walls * UHF Converter Updates TV Set * Kits Keep Cellar Shipyards Booming * Homemade Power Planes Save Time * How to Choose Wood Flooring.: B&W Photographs

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Popular Science Monthly Magazine, February 1955 (Vol. 166, No. 2) : Mechanics - Autos - Homebuilding, Torrey, Volta (Editor) / Allaway, Howard (Editor)
23 Popular Science Monthly Magazine, February 1955 (Vol. 166, No. 2) : Mechanics - Autos - Homebuilding
Torrey, Volta (Editor) / Allaway, Howard (Editor): Popular Science Publishing; New York, New York 1955 
First Edition: First Printing Magazine Very Good: 6.75 x 9.5 in.: 304 pages Illustrated by Howard C. Jensen (Art Editor) 

011750011750: Feb. 1955. Magazine is complete, but edges/corners of covers are worn. Otherwise, covers and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Original Price of 35c. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Magazine has New Back Board and Bag. Also is mailed with heavy cardboard on front and back sides as well, for protection. Articles include: New Paints Give You Pro's Skill * Colors Give Fir Plywood Costly Look * Trellises Add Color the Easy Way * How to Install Tough Plastic Counter Tops * Why TV Is Going Movie-Mad * 'How I Fly the Pogo Plane' * Hudson and Nash Get V-8 Engines * Willys Chops Prices, Pushes Jeep * 'My Title Has No Car' * English Sports Cars Get More Zip * How to Win Fame and $1,000 * Big Business Grown from Berry Patch * '55 Packard Glides on Torsion Bars * Rocket Liner Would Speed Air Travel * The Frozen Frontier America Must Guard * They Wash Two Cars a Minute * Backwards-Built Barracks Are Cheaper * He Collects Young Antique Cars * Gus Encounters a Stubborn Miss * 'Even I Can Weld Now' * Working Model of Atomic Submarine * How to Put a TV Set on Wheels * Gardening in the Wintertime * 7 Electrical Tips for the Handy Man * What You Can do with Cold Solder * Hiding a Safe in Your Home * Easy Hookups Show Transistor Wonders * Making Drawers from Cardboard * Wide-Screen Movies Come to the Home * How to Turn One Room into Two * Four Knickknacks for Your Walls * 9 Uses for 1-Gallon Cans * Making Door Joints with a Guide Block.: B&W Photographs

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Popular Science Monthly Magazine, February 1956 (Vol. 168, No. 2) : Mechanics - Autos - Homebuilding, Torrey, Volta (Editor) / Allaway, Howard (Editor)
24 Popular Science Monthly Magazine, February 1956 (Vol. 168, No. 2) : Mechanics - Autos - Homebuilding
Torrey, Volta (Editor) / Allaway, Howard (Editor): Popular Science Publishing; New York, New York 1956 
First Edition: First Printing Magazine Very Good: 6.75 x 9.5 in.: 312 pages Illustrated by Howard C. Jensen (Art Editor) 

011754011754: Feb. 1956. Magazine is complete, but edges/corners of covers are worn. Otherwise, covers and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Original Price of 35c. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Magazine has New Back Board and Bag. Also is mailed with heavy cardboard on front and back sides as well, for protection. Articles include: What's New in Prefab Homes * Inside the New A-Power Plants * Plush Planes Tailored for Business Brass * Cable Car Runs from Sea to mountains * What's Coming Next? * Road-Building School Uses Real Machines * 'Black Box' Points Way to Oil and Gold * Plastic Stadium Proposed for Dodgers * Wanted: Marinas for 4,000,000 Boats * 3 Cars You Can't Buy * Whipping Up Air for Tomorrow's Airplanes * New Corvette Challenges Thunderbird and Hawk * Good-by, Carburetors! Here Comes Fuel Injection * Facts and Figures on All U. S. 1956 Cars * Mr. Power Steering's Ship Comes In * Mechanized Section Gang Lays R.R. Ties * Gus and the Ninety-Day Wonder * How to Build a Rotary Tiller * Plaster Casts Make Perfect Templates * Learning to Use a Molding Head * Which Woodworking Square? * What You Can Do with a Gas Torch * How to Make a Modern Fireplace Grate * Making Traverse Rods from Wood * 10 Extra Uses for Concrete Blocks * How I Installed a Pop-Up Ironer * Getting Started in Radio Building * Useful Ideas for the Modelmaker * How to Take Water Apart.: B&W Photographs

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Popular Science Monthly Magazine, February 1957 (Vol. 170, No. 2) : Mechanics - Autos - Homebuilding, Allaway, Howard (Editor)
25 Popular Science Monthly Magazine, February 1957 (Vol. 170, No. 2) : Mechanics - Autos - Homebuilding
Allaway, Howard (Editor): Popular Science Publishing; New York, New York 1957 
First Edition: First Printing Magazine Very Good: 6.75 x 9.5 in.: 288 pages Illustrated by Howard C. Jensen (Art Editor) 

011758011758: Feb. 1957. Magazine is complete, but edges/corners of covers are worn. Otherwise, covers and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Original Price of 35c. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Magazine has New Back Board and Bag. Also is mailed with heavy cardboard on front and back sides as well, for protection. Articles include: Big Boom in Detroit: Station Wagons * Color Photos of New Station Wagons * The Cars We Bought: '46-'56 * The Cars We'll Buy: '57-'67 * Facts & Figures on All 1957 Models * Our Push-Button A-Bomb Is Ready * How Abe Lincoln Modernized War * Running the World's Fastest Railroad * His Cartoons Save Our Pilots' Lives * Things You Never Knew About Springs * Will Bomb Dust Endanger Your Health? * Copter Fire Engine Beats the Blaze * Atomic Sub's Hull Assembled in Slices * An Air Armada Poses for Its Picture * Flashlight Shines: No Battery or Bulb * Gatling Gun Makes Jet Fastest-Firing * Atomic Furnace Previewed in Plastic * Rear-View TV Gives Car Hindsight * Prop Takes This Auto Aloft * B-52 Bombardier Takes Over Bomb Run * Boy Builds Rocket in Basement * Now You Can Trade In Your House * Gus Skids into Trouble * How to Choose the Right Loudspeaker * When TV Transformers Play Tricks * How I Have Fun with Electronic Flash * Wiring Your Home for Sound * Seven Tips on Making Cabinets * Seven Uses for Thread Spools * He Dunks Typewriters in the Sink * New Gun Slings Out Paint * Sliding-Door Trick Makes More Space * Decorative Rack Keeps Mail Sorted * Portable Blower Squirts Insulation.: B&W Photographs

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