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Designing the Steam Turbine

The Automobile in 1906

Future of Direct-Current Traction

Increasing Demand for the Mississippi Pearl

By K. L. Smith

Progress with the Electric Automobile

Crossing the Continent by Automobile

A Light and Speedy Runabout

A Motor Equipment for Bicycles

A Light Four-Passenger Runabout

A Four-Cylinder Air-Cooled Runabout

The Frayer-Miller Six-Cylinder Air-Cooled Motor

The Marmon Air-Cooled Touring Car

A New Four-Cylinder Air-Cooled Motor and Selective-Type Transmission

A Revolving-Cylinder Motor Car

The Oldsmobile Two-Cycle and Four-Cycle Touring Cars

The Cadillac Single-Cylinder Light Touring Car

The Peerless 30-Horse-Power Touring Car

A Detachable Limousine Touring Car

High-Powered American Touring Cars

Cleveland 30-Horse-Power Touring Car

A Novel 4-Cylinder Touring Car

A Silent Non-Adjustable Ball Bearing

Automobile Novelties and Improvements

The Gabriel Horn

New Spring Wheels

Electric Light for Closed Carriages

Danger Signs for Automobilists

The Thomas Safety Ratchet Device

An Improved Universal Joint

A Dashboard Ignition Outfit

Wheel Clutch for Use with a Solid Rear Axle

Automobile Shock-Absorbers

The Franklin Air-Cooled Cars

Snow Sculptures

By Alfred Gradenwitz

A Clever Mechanical and Electrical Automaton

A New Type of Portable Wireless Telegraph Station

By Alfred Gradenwitz

Business and Personal Wants


  • Electricity in Hospitals

  • Departments

    New Books, Etc - January 13, 1906

  • Recently Patented Inventions - January 13, 1906

  • Notes and Queries - January 13, 1906

  • Index of Inventions - January 13, 1906

  • Patents - January 13, 1906

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