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How a Newspaper is Produced

Modern Printing Methods

The Economic Side of the Industry

A Morning with Theodore L. De Vinne

The Manufacture of Paper and Paper Pulp

Type Founding

Stereotyping and Electrotyping

Machine Composition

The Autoplate

The Graphotype

The Newspaper Press

Magazine and Book Presses

The Invention of the Modern Press

Automatic Jobbing Press

Mechanical "Printer's Devils"


Combination Folding and Wire-Stitching Machine

Book-Covering Machine for Applying Paper Covers to Books, Pamphlets, and Magazines

Three-Color Process

The Dupligraph

By Emile Guarini

The Scientific American and the Supplement

On the Theory of the Critical State

Death of Prof. Mommsen

Delay in the Construction of Naval Ships

A Graphical Comparison of Raw and Finished Products in the Printing and Paper-Making Trades

Some of our Common Snakes--I

By Arthur Rusmiselle Miller Spaid. Photographs from Nature by the Author

Business and Personal Wants


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    Correspondence - November 14, 1903

  • Recently Patented Inventions - November 14, 1903

  • Notes and Queries - November 14, 1903

  • New Books, Etc. - November 14, 1903

  • Patents - November 14, 1903

  • Index of Inventions - November 14, 1903

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November 14, 1903

Science for the Modern World