Scientific American, New York, August 11, 1900, Vol. LXXXIII, NO. 6.
New York: Munn & Co., No. 361 Broadway, 1900. Ephemera no binding. Folio (16 ¼” x 11 ¼”); pp82-96; illustrated wrapper; 4” split at tail of wrapper fold and separation at mid-fold, shelf-wear; very good minus. Very good. Item #1120
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