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B&W Illustrations; This is one sheet, folded four time to make a booklet. The booklet is in Very Good+ condition and was issued without a dust jacket. The booklet is mostly clean and bright, with some beginning generalized toning. This booklet contains the pattern for a woodworking project to make a hardware cabinet. "Albert Neely Hall was born in Chicago in 1883, graduated from Lewis Institute in 1901 and Chicago School of Architecture in 1902. He and his wife, Bertha Cassidy Hall, moved to their home at 177 E. St. Charles Road in Elmhurst in 1916. Hall was an accomplished craftsman. He wrote a syndicated column that ran in newspapers across the country. He also contributed to magazines. In the December 1911 issue of Delineator he wrote an article titled "Christmas Gifts You Can Make in Your Workshop," suggesting a key-board, a necktie-rack, a spool rack, and a sleeve board. As Hall wrote, "useful, home-made Christmas gifts, bound to last for a year at least, and the cost of all combined will not exceed a dollar at the most." Hall also authored sixteen books including The Boy Craftsman, Home Handicraft for Girls, and Homemade Games and Games Equipment. He had a workshop in his house where he developed lans, pictures and drawings of handicraft projects described in his writings. "
Title: Craft Patterns (no. 1030) Hardware Cabinet
Categories: Arts And Crafts,
Publisher: Elmhurst, IL, A Neely Hall Productions: 1920
Book Condition: Very Good+
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: A35350