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    Native Hawaiian girls packing pineapple into cans. 1928.
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    Pardon my ignorance, and no offense intended if Im wrong but these girls look more Asian than Polynesian?

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    12 bolts, I agree. Hawaiian royalty imported large numbers of Japanese in the mid-late 1800s to work the cane fields and pineapple plantations. By 1920, 43% of Hawaii's population was Japanese! Now around 16 %. Of course, back then, they would probably not have intermarried; now the mix of Asian, Polynesian and Anglo backgrounds makes for a very diverse ethnic makeup. My mum had a unit in West Maui that my sister now has. We go every other year for 3 weeks...I know, don't we ever get bored with it...nah...cheers
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    Seattle Central Library's Bindery in 1910.
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    To bad books are being replaced by the computer with instant information and pictures, but I still love a good book as I sit here on a computer looking at these picture's!

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    Books might subside, but I can't see full replacement. Like what a PITA Machinery's Handbook or Marks' Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers would be online...
    Not against change, when benefit is seen by the user. There aren't good substitutes for utility.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toolmaker51 View Post
    Books might subside, but I can't see full replacement. Like what a PITA Machinery's Handbook or Marks' Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers would be online...
    Not against change, when benefit is seen by the user. There aren't good substitutes for utility.
    The book I miss is my Smolleys tables of Parallel Tables of Logarithms and Squares, Angles and Logarithmic Functions, Corresponding to Given Bevels, and Other Tables for Engineers, Architects, Etc
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    Just ordered a replacement for my Marks' Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers yet another part of my library that I lost when I left Q8
    I just now found 3 on ebay for 19.95 same edition as the one I had
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    I think we should make that "quote of the month".
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    Frank S; when I get leads on reference material, like to see what turns up. In grand internet fashion [and a cool PJs trick] I copy/ pasted your "Smolley's Tables......" to see price ranges. They start at less than $4 bucks. If you follow the google "Did You Mean" of correct spelling with one 'L', pricing doubles. YMMV!

    PJs gave me a site called fatfingers that compiles oft-misspelled terms; where sellers don't get bids because of t-t-typos.
    http://www.fatfingers.co.uk/default.aspx A good element, that site is UK, so things like color vs colour get included.

    Internet selling has different levels of sophistication; Amazon & Ebay might top the list. Somewhere lower but easier with local results my favorite is craigslist. But the funniest and highest rate of misspells [or illiteracy] is OfferUp. Willing to bet their crowd is farking phones, while other sites attract users with real keyboards.

    2006 or so, I wanted a proportioning divider to help me scale items from photos at work. Brand new they run $180-200, used maybe $80~. I played with spelling and found mine for $11.
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