Drawing and constructive work for elementary schools

by Frank H. Collins

Publisher: C. Scribner"s sons in New York

Written in English
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Edition Notes

Plates in 3 series: 1st ser. Typical examples of freehand drawing for all grades.--2d ser. Typical examples of construction drawing and constructive work for grades 1A to 4B.--3d ser. Typical examples of construction drawing and constructive work for grades 5A to 8B.

Statementby Frank H. Collins ... with the course of study adopted by the Board of education of the city of New York, and the syllabus in each of these subjects, adopted by the Board of superintendents.
LC ClassificationsNC620 .C75
The Physical Object
Pagination108 p. incl. illus. and 3 atlases of 94 pl. (part col)
Number of Pages108
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6555934M
LC Control Number13007376

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Typical examples of construction drawing and constructive work for grades 1A to 4Bd ser. Typical examples of construction drawing and constructive work for grades 5A to 8B.

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