Scientific American May 1932 Volume 146 Number 5

By: Munn, Orson D.

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Lucky Strike cigarette advertisement upon back cover is graced with charming colour painting of Sue Carol who is quoted as saying "Now I use Luckies only.... I have had to smoke various brands of cigarettes in pictures, but it was not until I smoked Luckies that I discovered the only cigarettes that did not irritate my throat." Features: The navy's contribution to industry - the navy's usefulness to science and industry justifies its maintenance in the highest efficiency; Editorials - buy British - In Crime's grip - George Eastman - Wood Farming; New Light on Pluto - while Professor Lowell's calculations were sound, it was only by coincidence that Pluto was found where he predicted it; Beryllium - the production of beryllium on a commercial scale presages wide use of its alloys in industry; Watching the creation of the stars - evolution of the galaxies; Factory methods in coal mining - conveyor belts, car dumps, crushers, air cleaners and the like, add to mining efficiency; Viscount Grey and Lord Haldane - a biographical contrast of two loyal British colleagues; The new X-ray "Microscop" - The multicrystal spectrograph reveals electrons in motion within the atom; Forge welding - production process used in fabricating large pressure vessels; Where is television? - television comparable to home movie equipment in quality of image will probably not be available for some time; Glass and the machine age - new mechanical processes have greatly increased production and have lowered costs; A new chapter on Egyptian art; Archeologist's findings near Giza; The father of all skyscrapers - demolition of 47-year old Chicogo building settles a question of long standing; The snake -charming sisters of Holy Popa - three sisters on the sacred mountain of Popa are the only known women snake charmers in th east; The army general as captain of industry; How does the law protect slogans?. Average wear. Half inch opening at top of spine and front cover.

Title: Scientific American May 1932 Volume 146 Number 5

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: 35507799

Keywords: Lucky Strike cigarette advertisement upon back cover is graced with charming colour painting of Sue Carol who is quoted as saying "Now I use Luckies only.... I have had to smoke various brands of cigarettes in pictures, but it was not until I smoked Luckies that I discovered the only cigarettes that did not irritate my throat." Features: The navy's contribution to industry - the navy's usefulness to science and industry justifies its maintenance in the highest efficiency; Editorials - buy British - In Crime's grip - George Eastman - Wood Farming; New Light on Pluto - while Professor Lowell's calculations were sound, it was only by coincidence that Pluto was found where he predicted it; Beryllium - the production of beryllium on a commercial scale presages wide use of its alloys in industry; Watching the creation of the stars - evolution of the galaxies; Factory methods in coal mining - conveyor belts, car dumps, crushers, air cleaners and the like, add to mining efficiency; Viscount Grey and Lord Haldane - a biographical contrast of two loyal British colleagues; The new X-ray "Microscop" - The multicrystal spectrograph reveals electrons in motion within the atom; Forge welding - production process used in fabricating large pressure vessels; Where is television? - television comparable to home movie equipment in quality of image will probably not be available for some time; Glass and the machine age - new mechanical processes have greatly increased production and have lowered costs; A new chapter on Egyptian art; Archeologist's findings near Giza; The father of all skyscrapers - demolition of 47-year old Chicogo building settles a question of long standing; The snake -charming sisters of Holy Popa - three sisters on the sacred mountain of Popa are the only known women snake charmers in th east; The army general as captain of industry; How does the law protect slogans?. Average wear. Half inch opening at top of spine and front cover.,