Looking for Dovetail jig manuals

We spent the day with my Parents today, and woodwork naturally came up in conversation - and I said I was going to try dovetail router joints. My Dad said he had two jigs that I could have. I knew he had one, but not two ..
He could not find the manual for one of them (given a few days, it may surface)
The first one is: Stanley Dovetail Att model 116 A It is 24" long with only one template - the wide one, the narrow one has not been seen for 18 years. There is no manual - which is want I am looking for.
The second one: Craftsman / Sears Roebuck Dovetail attachment, part # 9-2462 It is about 8" long, and says only for 1/2" bit use
I have the one page manual that and original box. It only references making drawers, which makes sense, being a small jig.
The guides on both are fixed, and they are both from the late 1950's
They both look very straight forward to use, and I suspect that they are similar to what is common still.
Thanks in advance.
Matt
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I found the manual - (sort of) for the Stanley 116A dovetail jig It is specifically referenced and used as a detailed example in several older 1980 - 1995 router books. It gives all the information that is needed.
It took me just a few minutes to make a small box as set up test. I think my drawers will now all have dovetail joints - it is that easy.
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