Here are two drawings and three photographs from the book.
Because of the high-resolution these images will take a while to load...
The drawings in the book are actually much sharper than these scanned images,
but it will give you an idea of the content...
The decorative awl scratches (which appear on many of the parts)
probably indicate that the parts were made by Asa Jackson's son-in-law
and provides a dating clue.
Note that the Book has over 90 such drawings and the Companion CD has over 500 such photographs.
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