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Pioneer work in modern wood preservation: Bethel, Boulton, Chanute. Commemorating the twenty fifth anniversary of the founding of the American creosoting company.

Author: John Bethell; Samuel Bagster Boulton, Sir bart.; Octave Chanute; American Creosoting Company.
Publisher: [Louisville?, Ky.], [1929?]
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Contains a reprint of Bethel's Specification, also reprints of the Antiseptic treatment of timber by Boulton, the Preservation of railway ties by Chanute, and other papers from the transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
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American Creosoting Company.
Pioneer work in modern wood preservation: Bethel, Boulton, Chanute.
[Louisville?, Ky., 1929?]
(OCoLC)551510067
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Bethell; Samuel Bagster Boulton, Sir bart.; Octave Chanute; American Creosoting Company.
OCLC Number: 1651908
Notes: Various pagings.
Contains a reprint of Bethel's Specification, also reprints of the Antiseptic treatment of timber by Boulton, the Preservation of railway ties by Chanute, and other papers from the transactions of the American society of civil engineers.
Description: [343] pages folded plates, diagrams (1 folded) 24 cm
Contents: Rendering wood, cork, and other articles more durable, &c. Letters patent to J. Bethel, A.D. 1838-no. 7731.--Boulton, S.B. The antiseptic treatment of timber. A paper read before the Institution of Civil Engineers, 6th May, 1884.--American Society of Civil Engineers. The preservation of timber. Report of the Committee, June 25th, 1885. [With discussion.] 2 nos--Chanute, O. The preservation of railway ties in Europe. With discussion. 1901.

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Contains a reprint of Bethel's Specification, also reprints of the Antiseptic treatment of timber by Boulton, the Preservation of railway ties by Chanute, and other papers from the transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers.

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