The Boy Electrician. Practical plans for electrical apparatus for work and play, with an explanation of the principles of every-day Electricity. Alfred P. Morgan.

The Boy Electrician. Practical plans for electrical apparatus for work and play, with an explanation of the principles of every-day Electricity

Boston: Lothrop, Lee and Shepard, 1914. Cloth. Good. Item #012581
ISBN: noisbn

Brown cloth illustrated in black. 394 pp., plus ads. Black and white illustrations throughout. A guide to electricity and electrical experiments and devices to build, written for a juvenile audience. This includes making batteries, telegraphs, telephones, motors, an electric railway, etc. GOOD condition. Moderate fading, minor scattered staining and soiling to the covers. Cloth frayed and worn at the spine tips and hinges. Interior hinges cracked, with covers somewhat loosely attached to the text block. Paper toned, with faint foxing to the illustrated plates.

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