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Mensuration

by Wm. S. Hall

Originally published in 1893. This work is designed for the course in lower mathematics of schools and colleges. It presupposes an elementary knowledge of Geometry and Trigonometry, and for the sake of brevity,...


Fancy Aprons and Sunbonnets

by Anon.

Fancy Aprons and Sunbonnets' contains instructions, illustrations and patterns to make aprons, sunbonnets, sun hats and a clothes pin bag. This book was created for the beginner however it will still provide...


Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist

by , Alexander Berkman

Originally published in 1912, this early work by anarchist and political activist Alexander Berkman is both expensive and hard to find in its first edition. It details an account of his time spent in the Western...


Relativity - The Special and General Theory

by Albert Einstein

Originally published in 1916. PREFACE: The present book is intended, as far as possible, to give an exact insight into the theory of Relativity to those readers who, from a general scientific and philosophical...


How to Make Lampshades

by Ruth Collins Allen

To those who appreciate the value of artistic lighting both as a means of making a house more homelike and beautiful and for the practical purposes of getting the best possible light in which to read or sew...


The Theory of Garment-Pattern Making - A Textbook for Clothing Designers, Teachers of Clothing Technology, and Senior Students

by W. H. Hulme

The Theory of Garment Pattern Making is a textbook for clothing designers, teachers of clothing technology, senior students and anyone with an interest in the theory behind pattern making.