Scientific American, New York, August 11, 1900, Vol. LXXXIII, NO. 6.
Scientific American, New York, August 11, 1900, Vol. LXXXIII, NO. 6.

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

Advertised as a Weekly Journal of Practical Information, Art, Science, Mechanics, Chemistry and Manufactures. Contents include: The Paris Exposition; The Protection of American Game; High Speed in War Vessels, the “Variag” and the “Viper”; American Engineering Competition; Petroleum Fuel for Warships; Operation on the Xiphopages [conjoined twins]; A Novel Engine for Die-Sinker’s Use; Electrical Top and Motor; Experiment Stations in Hawaii and Porto Rico; Water Measurement and Manipulation in Colorado; Automatic Development of Photographic Plates; The Murray High-Speed Page-Printing Telegraph; Automobile News, Science Notes, Electrical Notes;
The Ascension of Count Zeppelin’s Airship; Underground Electric Railway, London—Methods of Construction; Particulars of the Six 22-knot Armored Cruiser for our Navy; The New York Zoological Park; Selenides of Iron; the Petrified Forest of Arizona; Recent Experiments with the Radiation of Polonium and Radium; Ancient Stone City discovered in New Mexico; Photographic Paper; and recently patented inventions.

Price: $35.00

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