Cabinet Construction by J. C. S. Brough, Editor 1930
The Woodworker Series by William Fairham and J. C. S. Brough Evans Bros., Publishers, London
Early in the 20th Century, Evans Bros., London, England, engaged William Fairham to author and edit The Woodworker Series, books derived from The Woodworker journal. A practical woodworker trained in the late 19th Century skills of carpentry and woodworking, William Fairham later taught these skills to students in technical schools.
Cabinet Construction, edited by Joseph C. S. Brough, 1930. The Woodworker Series, Evans Bros., London, Publishers.
"This book deals exhaustively and in a thoroughly practical way with all methods of cabinet construction. Each detail is treated in a way that will guide the reader through its construction in any size and in any style. The volume enables the woodworker to tackle successfully any design of which he has the scale drawings or even the dimensional sketch. Fully illustrated with over 300 drawings."
Cabinet Construction completes The Woodworker Series essential woodworking texts: Woodwork Joints and Woodwork Tools. Cabinet Construction describes the details of making household furnishings basic, intermediate and advanced.
Gary Roberts, Toolemera Press publisher, returns to print classic books on early crafts, trades and industries. All titles are produced from the originals in his personal collection.