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A Novel Canal Lift at Foxton

By the English Correspondent of the Scientific American

By Matthew Sturm, Donald K. Perovich and Mark C. Serreze

Electric Power for Oil Wells

The Production of Iron Ores in 1903

The Manhattan Bridge Fiasco

Perils of the Submarine

Launch of the Armored Cruiser "South Dakota."

A Novel Method of Making Relief Maps

A Strange Railway Accident

Direct Photography in Natural Colors on Paper

Express Engine and Turntable in the Transportation Building

By the St. Louis Correspondent of the Scientific American

The "Minnesota" the Largest Steamship Ever Built in America

Festival Hall and the Colonnade of States—the Architectural Masterpiece of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition

By the St. Louis Correspondent of the Scientific American

Dispelling fog by Electricity--an Experimental Proof

By A. Frederick Collins

Improved Variable Speed and Reversing Gear

The International Motor-Boat Contest "Napier II."

Quoin for Locking Type Forms

Business and Personal Wants

Georgia Till Basket and Paducah Factory


  • Departments

    The Heavens in September - September 3, 1904

  • Correspondence - September 3, 1904

  • Recently Patented Inventions - September 3, 1904

  • Notes and Queries - September 3, 1904

  • Index of Inventions - September 3, 1904

  • New Books, Etc. - September 3, 1904

  • Patents - September 3, 1904

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