A PRACTICAL AND HANDY TREATISE

GIVING THE BEST METHODS OF

USING THE CARPENTER'S

STEEL SQUARE

By D. L. STODDARD

160 PAGES (3x5 inches)

150 ILLUSTRATIONS

Handsomely Bound in Cloth.

PRICE, 50 CENTS

The Steel Square Pocket Book.

Sent post-paid on receipt of price Your money back if you are not pleased.

THE size of this book enables it to be carried in the pocket, hence the carpenter can always refer to it for the method of finding the different cuts used in roof framing, stair work, hoppers, towers and bicycle tracks, arches, stairs; also directions for describing hexagons, octagons and other polygons, circles, ovals, ellipses, brace measurement, dividing a cone, solving examples in proportion, facia and freize cuts, besides directions in clear language for solving many other knotty problems by the use of the square.

This book is thoroughly original and up to the times; every cut is new and specially made for it. One new feature which will commend itself to mechanics is the absence of reference letters on the illustrations, therefore the reader will have no trouble in looking for the various A, B. C's, etc., which are sometimes confusing to beginners. Instead of having to hunt for letters, the reader will find an exact engraving of the square itself laid on the work so as to give the points, lengths and quantities sought.

This is a boiled-down compendium of information about the square which can be referred to quickly, having a thorough alphabetical index.

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178 Fulton Street New York.