Acceptable. Second edition, 1935, published by John Wiley & Sons. This is a well worn copy. Bookplate on inside cover. Previous owner's signature on front free end paper. Both inner hinges cracked. The book block is cracked in the middle. There are old pencil notes on the rear end paper and inner rear cover. A few pages have some marginalia. The pages are moderately age toned. The binding is well worn at the spine ends, edges and tips. There is a split at the upper right edge by the spine crease and there is split at the cover tips. This is a reading copy only.
Very Good. B00179DFXW 4th edition hardcover. Very Good+. Owner's name on title page, otherwise unmarked. A comprehensive presentation of scientific methods of locating and determining stresses and calculating the required strength and dimensions of building materials.
Yes. Good. No Jacket. This 5.5"x8.5" hard cover book has a red cover with gilt lettering on the front and spine of the cover. There are pencil notes within the book, the owner's name is written on the inside and the edges are worn. A book about the strenghts, uses, and make-up of materials. 126 pages.
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