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#81377 - 08/05/02 08:26 AM Old Electrical Books!
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Lot's of unchanged information! Have I missed anything?
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#81378 - 08/05/02 08:50 AM Re: Old Electrical Books!
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The current eddition of "The American Electricians Hadbook" is 3 inches thick.
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#81379 - 08/06/02 12:27 PM Re: Old Electrical Books!
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The pictured AE handbook looks earlier than 1970.

Looks like Mr Croft was a busy guy. A search shows titles currently available:

American Electrician's Handbook
by Terrell Croft, C Carr, John H. Watt
1970 - 9th Edition

American Electrician's Handbook
by Terrell Croft, John H. Watt, Wilford I. Summers
1981 - 10th Edition

American Electrician's Handbook
by Terrell Croft, Wilford I. Summers
November 1987 - 11th Edition

American Electrician's Handbook
by Terrell Croft, Wilford I. Summers
August 1991 - 12th Edition

American Electrician's Handbook
by Terrell Croft, Wilford I. Summers
September 1996 - 13th Edition

American Electrician's Handbook
Terrell Croft / April 2002

Steam-Turbine Principles and Practice
Croft, Terrell, ed

Practical Electricity
Croft, Terral.

Practical Electricity Part II
Croft, Terrell

Steam Boilers
Croft, Terrell

STEAM-TURBINE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE.
Croft, Terrell (Editor).
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#81380 - 08/06/02 06:17 PM Re: Old Electrical Books!
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I always keep my eyes open for those Audel's books. They really have great descriptions and How To .. procedures that were developed when craftsmanship was more important than the almighty buck. I have one on stairmaking that has information I have never seen anywhere's else.
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#81381 - 10/02/02 05:34 PM Re: Old Electrical Books!
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Search on Amazon for old collectible books!

[This message has been edited by Joe Tedesco (edited 10-14-2002).]
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