Asbestos in building
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Filed under: Asbestos in building -- Great Britain -- Safety measures -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Filed under: Asbestos in building -- United States -- Safety measures
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Filed under: Building materials
Filed under: Building materials -- History
Filed under: Cement -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Ceramics -- Periodicals
Filed under: Glass -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Pottery -- Periodicals
Filed under: Pottery -- Abstracts -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Ceramics -- Abstracts -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Concrete -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Building materials -- Technological innovations
- Materials of Engineering Construction: Civil Engineering 8 (UC extension correspondence course in 30 assignments; 1922), by Clement T. Wiskocil
Filed under: Wood -- TestingFiled under: Building materials -- United States
Filed under: Electroslag process
- New Structural Materials Technologies: Opportunities for the Use of Advanced Ceramics and Composites (OTA-TM-E-32; 1986), by United States Congress Office of Technology Assessment
Filed under: AsphaltFiled under: Building stones
- The Inductoslag Melting Process (Bureau of Mines Bulletin #673; 1982), by P. G. Clites
Filed under: Building stones -- Deterioration
Filed under: Building stones -- Deterioration -- Washington (D.C.)
Filed under: Building stones -- Texas -- Austin
Filed under: Portland cementFiled under: Soil cement
Filed under: PotteryFiled under: Reinforced concreteFiled under: Steel, StructuralFiled under: Strength of materialsFiled under: TimberFiled under: Wood
- A Popular Treatise on Gems, in Reference to Their Scientific Value: A Guide for the Teacher of Natural Sciences, the Lapidary, Jeweller, and Amateur, Together with a Description of the Elements of Mineralogy, and All Ornamental and Architectural Materials (New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1859), by Lewis Feuchtwanger
- A Popular Treatise on Gems, in Reference to Their Scientific Value: A Guide for the Teacher of Natural Sciences, the Lapidary, Jeweller, and Amateur, Together with a Description of the Elements of Mineralogy, and All Ornamental and Architectural Materials (third edition; New York: the author, 1867), by Lewis Feuchtwanger
- Wood Handbook: Wood as an Engineering Material (centennial edition, 2010), by Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.) (PDF files with commentary at Forest Products Laboratory)
- Wood and Forest (fifth edition, Peoria, IL: Manual Arts Press, 1921), by William Noyes (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
- Wood and Other Organic Structural Materials (New York: McGraw Hill Book Company, 1917), by Charles H. Snow
- Southern Woodland Trees: A Guide to the Identification of Trees and Woods to Accompany Farm Woodlands (Yonkers-on-Hudson, NY, and Chicago: World Book Co., 1924), by James Berthold Berry, illust. by Mary E. Eaton (page images at HathiTrust)
- Exercises in Wood-Working, With a Short Treatise on Wood: Written for Manual Training Classes in Schools and Colleges (New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1890), by Ivin Sickels (multiple formats at archive.org)
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