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WORKS OF ELLEN H. RICHARDS

PUBLISHED BY
JOHN WILEY & SONS
43–45 East Nineteenth Street, New York
Conservation by Sinitatiɔn.

Air and Water Supply; Disposal of Waste. (Includ.
ing a Laboratory Guide for Sanitary Engineers.]

8vo, xii +305 pages. Illustrated. Cloth, $2.59. Laboratory Notes on Industrial Water Analysis: A

Survey Course for Engineers.

8vo, 52 pages. Cloth, 50c net. The Cost of Cleanness.

12mo, v + 109 pages. Cloth. $1.00. The Cost of Living as Modified by Sanitary Science.

Third Edition, Revised. 12mo. 164 pages. Cloth.

$1.00.
Air, Water, and Food; From a Sanitary Standpoint.

By Ellen H. Richards and Alpheus G. Woodman,
Assistant Professor of Food Analysis. Massachusetts
Institute of Technology. Third Edition. Revised

and Enlarged. 8vo. 278 pages. Cloth. $2.00. The Cost of Food: A Study in Dietaries.

12mo. 161 pages. Cloih. $1.00. The Dietary Computer

By Ellen H. Richards, Instructor in Sanitary Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, assisted by Louise Harding Williams. $1.50 net. Pamphlet

separately, $1.00 net. The Cost of Shelter.

12mo. vi + 136 pages. Illustrated. Cloth. $1.00. "Cost of Living" Series.

1. Cost of Living. 2. Cost of Food. 3. Cost of Shelter. 4. Cost of Cleanness. 12mo. Cloth. 4 vols. in a box. $4.00.

Published by WHITCOMB & BARROWS

Huntington Chambers The Chemistry of Cooking and Cleaning.

By Ellen H. Richards and S. Maria Elliott. 158

pages. Cloth. $1.00. Food Materils and their Adulterations.

183 pages. Cloth. $1.00. Home Sanitation.

Revised Edition. Edited by Ellen H. Richards and

Marion Talbot. 85 pages. Paper. 250. Plain Words about Food.

The Rumford Leaflets. Illustrated. 176 pages.

Cloth. $1.00.
First Lessons on Food Diet.

52 pages. Cloth. 30c net. The Art of Right-Living.

50 pages. Cloth. 500 net. Sanitation in Daily Life.

82 pages. Cloth. 65c. net.

FROM A SANITARY STANDPOINT.

BY

ELLEN H, RICHARDS AND ALPHEUS G. WOODMAN,
Instructor in Sanitary Chemistry.

Assistant Projessor of Food Analysis,
Masscchusetts Institute of Technology. Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

“These cannot be taken as sufficient ... in these times when
every word spoken finds at once a ready doubler, if not an opponent.
They are, however, specimens, and will serve to make comparisons
in time to come."-ANGUS SUTH

“ The ideal scientific mind, therefore, must always be held in a
state of balance which the slightest new evidence may change in one
direction or another, It is in a constant state of skepticism, knowing
full well that nothing is certain."-HENRY A. RowLAND.

TUIRD EDITION, REVISED AND ENLARGED.

FIRST THOUSAND.

NEW YORK:
JOHN WILEY & SONS.
LONDON : CHAPMAN & HALL, LIMITED.

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