Item Details

The Story of Clay

compiled by workers of Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administration in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Format
Book
Published
Chicago : Albert Whitman & Co., 1942.
Language
English
Series
Elementary Science Series
Summary
Covers ancient discovery and use of clay for utensils and housing, and continues through modern mining and processing techniques.
Description
47 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 19 cm.
Notes
  • Written by Irwin Shappin; edited by Katharine Britton; reviewed for accuracy by Dr. Fiske Kimball, Director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and his Assistant in charge of ceramics, Joan Prentice; illustrated by Edward Giordano and Herbert Palmer.
  • Series title changed over time from: Children's science series to Elementary science series to Easy science series.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Original pictorial red cloth; dust jacket. Henry S. Gordon Fund, 2018/2019.
Series Statement
Elementary science series ; no.24
Technical Details
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