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  1915 - Agricultural Apparatus by Central Scientific Co.    

We take great pleasure in presenting this new edition of our catalog of Agricultural Apparatus. Those who are familiar with the former editions will find that many changes have been made, both in the form of the catalog, and in the many additions to our line of apparatus which have been made. Since the first edition of this catalog was issued in June, 1910, we have made frequent revisions, in order to keep abreast of the progress being made in the study of Agriculture.

We feel, however, that this edition marks a distinct advance over any former issue, and we hope that it may meet with hearty approval.

In the design and manufacture of apparatus for the Agricultural Class Room and Laboratory, we have had the benefit of the advice, suggestions and assistance of the U. S. Department of Agriculture (Bureau of Soils), Washington, D. C, and of many prominent agriculturists in such institutions as the Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, and the Colleges of Agriculture of the University of California, Cornell University, University of Illinois, University of Minnesota, University of Nebraska, Ohio State University, Purdue University, University of Wisconsin and others.

In June, 1910, we purchased the business of W. H. Bowman of Dover, N. H., including stock, patents and good will. The reception of Mr. Bowman's designs has been encouraging, and we wish to assure our patrons of efficient service in the manufacture of this apparatus.

Suggestions regarding improvements in our apparatus and the making of new and useful instruments are desired at all times, and we shall be more than glad to confer with teachers who have any such suggestions to make.

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Greenlee Chisels


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