There were also voluminous discussions on compositional techniques( a topic which is not very often talked out) for each category of panoramic cameras.
The book assumes that the reader does not have any prior knowledge of basic photography techniques. So, a full chapter was dedicated to films, exposure and use of filters in the context of panoramic photography.
A full chapter is devoted to alternative panoramic techniques. These include strip photography, panoramic assemblage, multi projector panoramas etc.
There is a small discussion on panoramic conversion of a nimslo stereocamera by Andrew Davidhazy complemented with astounding examples of photos taken by the converted Nimslo. One of it appears (in a much smaller size:the Hungarian Parliament building) in Davidhazy's website.
The last chapter (but not the least) was on preservation, printing and presentation of panoramic photographs, covered in a concise but adequate way.
I found this book to be very useful for panoramic film photography and would be quite happy to recommend anybody who wants to get introduced to the same subject.
This book is out of print now but an used copy goes dirt cheap on amazon. Most likely your local library will also have a copy.