1 edition of Tools that started the twentieth century found in the catalog.
Tools that started the twentieth century
by Lightning Tree in Santa Fe, N.M
Selections from the catalogs of the Perin & Gaff Manufacturing Co. (1876) and the L. M. Rumsey Manufacturing Co. (1881)
|Statement||Jene Lyon, editor.|
|Contributions||Lyon, Jene., Perin & Gaff Manufacturing Company., Rumsey (L. M.) Manufacturing Co.|
|LC Classifications||TJ1195 .T63|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||112 p. :|
|Number of Pages||112|
|ISBN 10||0890160082, 0890160090|
|LC Control Number||74077922|
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