Scientific American, New York, March 21, 1896., Volume LXXIV,, No. 12.
Scientific American, New York, March 21, 1896., Volume LXXIV,, No. 12.

Scientific American, New York, March 21, 1896., Volume LXXIV,, No. 12.

New York: Munn & Co., No. 361 Broadway, 1896. Ephemera no binding. Folio (16 ¼” x 11 ¼”); pp178-192; illustrated wrapper; insect damage to lower corner wrapper, small closed tears and chipping to wrapper edges, hand-soiling and shelf-wear to wrapper; very good minus. Very good. Item #1134

Advertised as a Weekly Journal of Practical Information, Art, Science, Mechanics, Chemistry and Manufactures. Contents include: The United States Protected Cruiser Olympia; Stability of Lofty Buildings; Report on the Plans of New York Rapid Transit; A New Copyright Bill; Spain’s Big Meteorite; The Marvels of an Ostrich’s Stomach; De Lanoy’s Chimney Cowl; Education in Japan; Mayer’s Folding Baby Carriage; Dunn’s Amalgamator; Water Drinking in Typhoid Fever; A Great Ice Skating Rink, Washington, D.C.; Knapp’s Straw Stacker; Condensed Food not a Success for Soldiers; Ocean Dept of 29,400 Feet; Introduction of the Thermometer into France; A Novel Hand Camera; Effect of Temperature upon Strength of Wrought Iron and Steel; Trade Marks and Trade Names; The End of an Electric Patent War; the Sandstorm in NJ; To Bore Glass; the NY Botanical Garden; Roentgen Photography; Another Dark Star; Preparation of Lamb and Kid Skins for Gloves; The Oldest Botanical Work; Fattening Oysters; The Banana; Dual Personality and the Double Brain; How to Sail on Skates; the Fuller Acetylene Apparatus; To Clean Windows; Marvelous Growth of American Iron and Steel Production; and Index of Inventions.

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