Scientific American March 1932 Volume 146 Number 3

By: Munn, Orson D.

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Colour Lucky Strike advertisement upon back cover features large picture of June Collyer. Inside of back cover features full-page advertisement from the National Publishers Association which quotes John H. Patterson, Andrew Carnegie and Thomas Fortune Ryan's words from past depressions and concludes "American has beaten 19 Major Depressions - she will beat this one... as the most nearly self-contained nation, we have within our own boundaries the elemental factors for recovery." Features: Mrs. Sinclair's "Mental Radio" - a record of amazing experiments in mental telepathy made by the wife of a well-known author; Editorials - Rear Admiral Winslow - Out of Adversity - Interstate truck regulation - the country's health; George Washington, Inventor - the versatility of our first President included invention and scientific farming; A miniature solar system and its problems - Jupiter's four major satellites and other small ones make up a system that baffles the astrophysicist; Gem-stone cutting for the amateur - a fascinating hobby with a mechanical and an esthetic appeal; To salvage a sunken liner's treasure - new methods used in recovering the gold from the Egypt; A New Turbine rocket plane for the upper atmosphere - combination drive for a proposed stratosphere plane; Why power companies plant trees - public utility companies now reforesting their water power watersheds; a Horizontal well supplies fresh water to Bermuda - a modern system supplants old rainwater from roofs system; George Washington, the father of the American Navy; From Angora Goat to Mohair Fabric; The telephone spans the Pacific - the first commercial service from California to Hawaii is inaugurated; From the Archeologist's Note book - Sumerian Diorite Head - stand from grave Athenian jug - Persian strong-box; Preservation of Leather Book Bindings - treatment and formulas to protect old or rare library volumes. Average wear. Small openings at top and bottom of spine. Unmarked.

Title: Scientific American March 1932 Volume 146 Number 3

Author: Munn, Orson D.

Categories: Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Scientific American Publishing Company: 1932

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 35507798

Keywords: Colour Lucky Strike advertisement upon back cover features large picture of June Collyer. Inside of back cover features full-page advertisement from the National Publishers Association which quotes John H. Patterson, Andrew Carnegie and Thomas Fortune Ryan's words from past depressions and concludes "American has beaten 19 Major Depressions - she will beat this one... as the most nearly self-contained nation, we have within our own boundaries the elemental factors for recovery." Features: Mrs. Sinclair's "Mental Radio" - a record of amazing experiments in mental telepathy made by the wife of a well-known author; Editorials - Rear Admiral Winslow - Out of Adversity - Interstate truck regulation - the country's health; George Washington, Inventor - the versatility of our first President included invention and scientific farming; A miniature solar system and its problems - Jupiter's four major satellites and other small ones make up a system that baffles the astrophysicist; Gem-stone cutting for the amateur - a fascinating hobby with a mechanical and an esthetic appeal; To salvage a sunken liner's treasure - new methods used in recovering the gold from the Egypt; A New Turbine rocket plane for the upper atmosphere - combination drive for a proposed stratosphere plane; Why power companies plant trees - public utility companies now reforesting their water power watersheds; a Horizontal well supplies fresh water to Bermuda - a modern system supplants old rainwater from roofs system; George Washington, the father of the American Navy; From Angora Goat to Mohair Fabric; The telephone spans the Pacific - the first commercial service from California to Hawaii is inaugurated; From the Archeologist's Note book - Sumerian Diorite Head - stand from grave Athenian jug - Persian strong-box; Preservation of Leather Book Bindings - treatment and formulas to protect old or rare library volumes. Average wear. Small openings at top and bottom of spine. Unmarked.,