(1954)

Published in English (United States) United States
 
Price
0.00 FREE
Pages
16
On-sale Date
1954
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
?
Editing
Malcolm Ater Productions (produced)
Color
color
Dimensions
7" x 10" (17.8 cm x 25.4 cm)
Paper Stock
newsprint cover; newsprint interior
Binding
saddle-stitched
Publishing Format
one-shot; giveaway

Issue Notes

Copyright 1954 by Commercial Comics, Inc., 1507 M Street N.W., Washington 5, D.C. listed at bottom of inside front cover. On back cover: Produced in the interests of American Education by the Copper and Brass Research Association, 420 Lexington Avenue, New York 17, N.Y. Also states that the facts of the comic were reviewed by the Copper Division, BDSA, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C. The teaching aid was produced in consultation with the Official Committee of the National Science Teachers Association.

Later printings on the bottom inside the front cover say: Produced by Commercial Comics, Inc., Washington, DC. ?

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jack Sparling (signed as Sparling)
Inks
Jack Sparling (signed as Sparling)
Colors
Jack Sparling (signed as Sparling)
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction; advocacy
Synopsis
A panorama of the history of copper.
Keywords
educational; fact

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 1)

comic story / 14.67 pages (report information)

Script
Malcolm Ater
Pencils
Jack Sparling
Inks
Jack Sparling
Colors
?
Letters
John Duffy
Editing
?

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Through the ages, copper has been one of man's most useful metals.
Genre
non-fiction; advocacy
Characters
Miss Adams (teacher/narrator); Bill (student)
Synopsis
Miss Adams tells a science class about the history, mining, refining and applications of copper.
Keywords
copper; educational; fact; metallurgy; technology

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 2)

foreword, introduction, preface, afterword / 0.33 page (report information)

Script
?
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
The facts contained herein have been reviewed by the Copper Division, BDSA, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C.
Synopsis
Information on the sponsors and the alchemical symbol for copper.
Keywords
copper; educational; fact

Indexer 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."

Editing
Related Scans
Table of Contents
  1. 0. [no title indexed]
  2. 1. ["Through the ages, copper has been one of man's most useful metals."]
  3. 2. ["The facts contained herein have been reviewed by the Copper Division, BDSA, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C."]
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