Curry of the Forest Experiment Station developed this mounting for an electric hand-saw for use in cutting fire lines in brush. Power is developed by a gasoline engine generator outfit on a truck. It needs 2 to 4 men besides the operator to remove brush and keep things cleared away. August 1932. Metcalf

Chicago citation style
Metcalf, Woodbridge. Curry of the Forest Experiment Station developed this mounting for an electric hand-saw for use in cutting fire lines in brush. Power is developed by a gasoline engine generator outfit on a truck. It needs 2 to 4 men besides the operator to remove brush and keep things cleared away. August 1932. Metcalf. 1932. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://dc.lib.berkeley.edu/catalog/Metcalf_metcalf1_5908. (Accessed December 14, 2018.)
APA citation style
Metcalf, Woodbridge, (1932) Curry of the Forest Experiment Station developed this mounting for an electric hand-saw for use in cutting fire lines in brush. Power is developed by a gasoline engine generator outfit on a truck. It needs 2 to 4 men besides the operator to remove brush and keep things cleared away. August 1932. Metcalf. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://dc.lib.berkeley.edu/catalog/Metcalf_metcalf1_5908
MLA citation style
Metcalf, Woodbridge. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://dc.lib.berkeley.edu/catalog/Metcalf_metcalf1_5908>.
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