[PW] Book on jigs and patterns
ddalrymple at spokanelibrary.org
Mon Apr 24 15:29:47 PDT 2017
Rosario Capotosto seems to have written several books on this topic from close to that time period by Popular Science -
https://spokanepl.on.worldcat.org/oclc/404086829 for example. Originally known as Capotosto's Woodworking Wisdom. Looks like one version was blue - https://www.amazon.com/Capotostos-Woodworking-Techniques-Projects-Capotosto/dp/0943822939
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From: Project-wombat [mailto:project-wombat-bounces at lists.project-wombat.org] On Behalf Of Ivan Van Laningham
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Subject: [PW] Book on jigs and patterns
In the late 70s, I bought a book on how to make jigs for woodworking tools. I'm pretty sure it was from Popular Mechanics, but I could be wrong. I am also fairly certain that the author's last name began with an S. The dust jacket was mostly blue, and the book was profusely illustrated with photos, plans and diagrams. 2-300 pages, I think.
Google has failed me, but I can't really blame it for my lousy memory.
Any help at all greatly appreciated.
Ivan Van Laningham
God N Locomotive Works
Army Signal Corps: Cu Chi, Class of '70
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