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PublisherOther Information And Initiatives | Date: | Lang: English
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NotesCopper and Brass Research Association, 1959
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Publication1959 | Price: 0.00 FREE | Pages: 16
NotesProduced by Commercial Comics, Inc., Washington, DC.
 
SynopsisA panorama of the history of copper
CreditsPencils: Jack Sparling (signed) | Inks: Jack Sparling? (signed)
ContentGenre: Non-fiction
 
Comic Story"Through the ages, copper has been one of man's most useful metals." (14.67 pages)
SynopsisMiss Adams tells a science class about the history, mining, refining and applications of copper.
CreditsPencils: Jack Sparling (signed) | Inks: Jack Sparling? | Letters: John Duffy
ContentGenre: Non-fiction | Characters: Miss Adams (teacher/narrator); Bill (student)
 
Foreword/Afterword"The facts contained herein have been reviewed by the Copper Division, BDSA, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C."
SynopsisInformation on the sponsors, and the alchemical symbol for copper
CreditsLetters: typeset
Notes"This teaching aid has been produced in consultation with an official committee of the National Science Teachers Association. Produced in the interests of American education by the Copper and Brass Research Association."
 
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