International Textbook Company


International Textbook Company

The International Textbook Company was a book publisher in Scranton, PA in the early 1900s. The company published a number of textbooks, most notably the International Library of Technology volumes that provided technical instruction on topics ranging from masonry to hydrostatics. They published nearly 1000 titles from 1902 to 1969. Many of ITC's books were compilations of subjects taught through their International Correspondence Schools.

Selected bibliography

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* Volume #5B (1921): Applied Mechanics, Strength of Materials, Machine Design
* Volume #11D (1922): Geometry and Mensuration Electric Wiring and Bellwork Design of Beams Design of Columns Design of Roof Trusses Design of Plate Girders
* Volume #51 (1905): Materials, Beams, Girders, Columns, Graphic Analysis
* Volume #76 (1906): Cotton, Pickers, Cotton Cards, Drawing Rolls, Railway Heads And Drawing Frames, Combers, Fly Frames.
* Volume #77 (1906): Ring Frames, Cotton Mules, Twisters, Spoolers, Beam Warpers, Slashers, Chain Warping.
* Volume #78 (1906): Yarns, Cloth Rooms, Mill Engineering, Reeling And Baling, Winding.
* Volume #107 (1909): Reinforced Concrete Design and Practice, Specifications, Failures
* Volume #108 (1909): Cements, Concrete, Stone, Brick, Foundations
* Volume #109 (1909): Mechanics, Soils, Masonry, Retaining Walls, Arches
* Volume #171 (1921): Drawing
* Volume #175D (1928 & 1947) Measuring Instruments
* Volume #176 (1927) Drilling Machines and Practice
* Volume #177C (1926, 1942 & 1943) Lathe Work I
* Volume #178C (1926 & 1942) Lathe Work II
* Volume #179C (1943 & 1944) Lathe Work III
* Volume #180 (1927) Planers and Planer Practice
* Volume #181C (1927 & 1943) Shapers, Slotters, and Boring Mills
* Volume #182 (1927 & 1944) Milling Machines and Equipment
* Volume #183 (1927 & 1942) Milling Machine Practice and Work
* Volume #184C (1941 & 1942) Grinding Equipment and Practice
* Volume #185B (1928 & 1942) Gear Calculations and Making
* Volume #186B (1946 & 1947) Bench Work
* Volume #187 (1915 & 1928) Erecting
* Volume #205C (1935, 1936 & 1940) Shop Equipment - Hand Forging - Tool Dressing
* Volume #206C (1915, 1940 & 1947) Tempering and Heat Treatement of Steel
* Volume #209B (1927) Elements of Blueprint Reading
* Volume #211c (1942): Chemistry, And Materials Of Construction.
* Volume #235b (????): Formulas, Cube Root, Logarithms.
* Volume #236 (1923):Geometry And Mensuration.
* Volume #237 (1921 & 1929) Geometry and trigonometry
* Volume #244 (1939):Preliminarries, Excavating, Piling, Mortars.
* volume #247b (1940):Concrete Construction.
* Volume #274 (1921): Elements of Algebra, Geometry and Mensuration, Reading Working Drawings, Measuring Instruments, Precision Measuring Instruments, General Appliances and Processes, Elementary Mechanics, Hydrostatics, Pneumatics, Geometry and Trigonometry, Natural Sines, Cosines, Tangents and Cotangents, Table of Powers and Roots
* Volume #334 (1907): Graphic Statics, Bridge Trusses
* Volume #336 (1907): Truss and Wooden Bridges, Trusses, Piers, Drawings
* Volume #363 (1913): Gasoline Automobiles, Engines, Auxiliaries
* Volume #364 (1916): Electric Ignition
* Volume #365 (1924): Automobile Transmission, Mechanism, Lubrication, Tires
* Volume #367 (1924): Automobile Electric Starting and Lighting
* Volume #532 (1932): Marine Engine Mechanism ~ Slide Valve Gears ~ Paddle Wheel Engines
* Volume #? (1923): Fireproofing of Buildings, Stair Building, Ornamental Metal Work, Builders' Hardware, Roofing, Sheet-Metal Work, Mill Design
* Volume #41 (1928): Pen and Brush Lettering


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