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How Much Does the Universe Weigh?

By Edgar L. Larkin

The Photobiography of a Chimney

By Edgar Mels

United States National Bureau of Standards

Its Standards of Mass

By Herbert T. Wade

A Nailless Device for Attaching Horseshoes

Stern Frames and Brackets for the New Cunarders

Labor-Saving Devices Utilized in the Manufacture of Tea

By C. Smith

The Earth Pyramids of the Tyrol

By W. G. Fitz-Gerald

Composite Animals

By J. Carter Beard

The Pergamon Marbles in the Pergamon Museum of Berlin

By Charles A. Brassler

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December 02, 1905

See the World from a Different Perspective

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