The drawer (Fig. 41) shown in cross section, has its front (A) provided with an overlapping flange (B).
It is not our object in this chapter to show how each particular article is made, but simply to point out the underlying principles, and to illustrate how the fastening elements, the tenons and mortises, are formed, so that the boy will know the proper steps in their natural order.
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