Chicago: Popular Mechanics Press, 1925. Edition not stated. Octavo (24.5cm); brown publisher's cloth, stamped in black; 104pp. Cocked spine; surface wear, minor rubbing and dings to boards; mild soiling throughout, with foxing to textblock edges; ownership signature on ffep. Very Good.
This is but one volume of many published by Popular Mechanics at the time, advertised as using "clear and concise language" and geared towards "anyone who has the slightest mechanical instinct, including women". This particular book compiles previous Popular Mechanics articles on carpentry tools and equipment, tips, techniques, and projects, helpfully accompanied by b/w photo-illustrations and diagrams. Also includes advertisements for other Popular Mechanics publications.