Water Pipe Sizes. Revised Edition, 1936. A.I.A. File No. 29-B-4: August, 1936.
by Timmis, Walter S
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- Lighthousebooks, ABAA (US)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- Water Pipe Sizes. Revised Edition, 1936. A.I.A. File No. 29-B-4: August, 1936.
- Timmis, Walter S
- Book condition
- Bridgeport Brass Company, 1936.
- Place of Publication
- Bridgport, Connecticut
- Date published
- Technical, Architecture, Piping, Plumbing, Connecticut, American Business, American Industry.
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