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Winkel, Herbert; DeFazio, Hugh E. ; Frattali, F. J. ; Kendall, Earl W. ; Lawrence, Morris (Editor)
International Technical Library - Chemistry Topics (12 Volumes)
International Textbook Company, Scranton, PA U.S.A, 1950. The International Textbook Company (ITC) was founded in 1895 by publisher Thomas J. Foster in Scranton, Pennsylvania. ITC published instructional papers, booklets, and textbooks for the International Correspondence Schools, as a subsidiary department of ITC. The textbook company and the school were dependent on each other since their founding. Many men and women who didn't have the means for schooling past grade 8 in the first half of the 20th century can thank them for their vision. ICS and other later schools such as The American School of Correspondence, provided a way to gain practical knowledge so workers could better their earning potential without quitting work for 3?4 years. The International Library of Technology was published by ITC. These books were bound volumes of the course materials for the more than 240 courses offered. These books were used and made available in at least 184 colleges, including the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and Cornell University, and at least 649 public libraries. The set for sale covers topics in Chemistry from the International Library of Technology. Each book is made of separate sections, called parts. Each part was numbered independently, starting at 1. 368B Inorganic Chemistry ? I, by Hugh E. DeFazio. Part 1 serial 5560A, Edition 2 copyright1949, 1943; Part 2 serial 5560B-2, Edition 2 copyright 1950, 1943; & Part 3 serial 5560C-1, Edition 2 copyright 1950, 1944. vi + 65 + 67 + 58pp. 369B Inorganic Chemistry ? II, by Hugh E. DeFazio. Part 4 serial 5560D-1, Edition 1 co … [Click Below for Full Description]
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