Dedicated to the Workers
The saw in history.
Philadelphia: Henry Disston & Sons, [1925?]. 8vo. 61,  pp.; illus.
Click the interior images for enlargements.
Eighth printing, following the first edition of 1915: Saws from
their earliest uses in classical times up through the early 20th century, heavily
illustrated in black and white. This booklet was published by the “House
of Disston,” the self-proclaimed “greatest saw works in the world”
a company of a great importance in the industrial history of Philadelphia
and its surrounding region.
was headquartered quite near PRB&M's shop at the Arsenal.
Publisher's printed paper wrappers, slightly faded (mostly around
edges) with light wear to corners and spine. (20297)
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