Audels Electric Library

Audels Electric Library   
  Published from the 20's to the 40's
Audels Electric Library in ten volumes was originally published in the 1920's, including various editions and reprint runs. It continued to be reissued through the 1940's.
The content ranged from home and business wiring to electric generation, lighting and television.
Nehemiah Hawkins, using the pen name of Theodore Audel, wrote most of the library as well as other guides for mechanics, carpenters and trades.
Audels New Electric Library
Cover from
1920's edition
Principles and Rules of Electricity, Magnetism, Armature Winding Dynamos, DC Motors, Motor Construction, Maintenance. Electrical Testing Instruments, Batteries and Testing
Alternating Current, Power Factor, Alternators, Transformers AC Motors, Winding, Maintenance, Converters, Fuses, Breakers Relays, Condensers, Regulators, Rectifiers, Switchboards Wiring, House Lighting, Transmission lines, regulations & Codes
Electric Railways, Signals, Cranes, Gas Engines, Ignition Radio, Telegraph, Signals, Movies,
Lighting, Illumination
Refrigeration, Heating, X-Ray, Plating, Welding, Appliances Electric Calculator for Engineers. Practical Mathematics

Large Manual PBX as Illustrated in One of the volumes of Audels Electric Library
New Electric Dictionary. Words, Terms and Phrases.