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  • The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association 1957 (Full Run, Four Issues)
  • The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association 1957 (Full Run, Four Issues)
  • The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association 1957 (Full Run, Four Issues)
Title:   The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association 1957 (Full Run, Four Issues)

Binding:   soft cover

Book Condition:   Very good

Publisher:   Williamsburg, Virginia Early American Industries Association 1957

Seller ID:   0021

Though slim, these attractive, quality printed magazines pack in a lot of information and photographs in 12-48 pages (they start small and increase through the year). This is a full set for 1957, Volume X, Nos. 1-2-3-4. The topics are myriad, but the emphasis is on Early American products and processes. Amongst the features here are the Corning Glass Center, tools of early American glass blowers; making simple tools such as the Indian broom, the rake, and the twibill (now there's a new/old one!); Old Salem; fruit lifters; bookbinding tools; early home coffee roasters; the Old Slater Mill, and a beekeeping exhibit at Shelburn Museum in Vermont.


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