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Free old (1918) book on steam, hot water, and others

Ken JohnsonKen Johnson Member Posts: 4
Mechanics of the household; a course of study devoted to domestic machinery and household mechanical appliances (1918)

Keene, E. S. (Edward Spencer), b. 1864 (Dean of Mechanics Arts, North Dakota Agricultural College (now NDSU))

Available free at [url=]

and at other places (search '"Mechanics of the household" Keene' on Google to find them.  The first few chapters cover steam and hot water heating.


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