Discusses the history and manufacture of lanterns and explains their role in 19th and early 20th century commerce, technology, and domestic culture...
|Title||:||Lanterns That Lit Our World: Old Railroad, Marine, Fire, Carriage, Farm & Other Lanterns (Book 2)|
|Publisher||:||Golden Hill Pr 3rd Printing edition May 1, 1997|
|Number of Pages||:||232 pages|
|File Size||:||690 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Lanterns That Lit Our World: Old Railroad, Marine, Fire, Carriage, Farm & Other Lanterns (Book 2) Reviews
excelent ref. book. AAAA++++
Great reference book
Very inspiring book.
The second book and companion to the first Lanterns That Lit Our World, this book is a must have for lantern collectors and the owners of the first book. It is, as I found when I ordered both books and the second arrived first, important to also have book one because book one covers many things that this book does not. The first book explains the lantern types and parts, so terms that are in book two will be clearer of you have read book one.
Very well put together book. Well organized and written as to be informative and INTERESTING at the same time.
As Mr. Hobsons girlfriend I find it offencive that someone tried to use me to degrade his name. Tony researched this book for over 2 years. As a person that never knew anything about lanterns I found this book very informative. It was clearly written with pictures that made it very easy to identify lanterns in ones possession. Well done Tony.