101 Things for the Handyman to Do by Arthur C. Horth
  

Synopsis

101 Things for the Handyman to Do by Arthur C. Horth

This is the companion volume to 101 Things for a Boy to Make , an ideal Fathers Day gift. This volume caters for the man who likes to do the odd jobs about the house and to spend interesting hours in making useful articles of furniture. Whether it be laying linoleum, making a concrete garden seat or re-stringing a racket, this invaluable book originally published in 1937 provides a wealth of helpful information for carrying out every-day repairs.

About the Author

Arthur C. Horth has written several books in the '101 Things' series, the following of which are to be re-published by Tempus: 101 Things for Girls to Do 101 Things for the Housewife to Do 101 Things for a Boy to Make 101 Things to do in Wartime

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
256 pages

Author

Arthur C. Horth
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Publisher

The History Press Ltd

Publication date

1st April 2007

ISBN

9780752442631


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