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Balloons as Training Schools for Aviators, Direct Solar Radiation as an Element of Climate, and more

Electricity- November 12, 1910

Aeronautics- November 12, 1910

The Manufacture of Wood Pulp

An American Industry Introduced Into France

By Jacques Boyer

The Gas-supported Airship

By Carl Dienstbach

The Launching of the World's Greatest Ship

The "Olympic"—A 60,000-Ton Steamer

The International Aviation Meet

The Performances at Belmont Park

A New Electric Locomotive

By Percy Collins

The Use of Metals 6,000 Years Ago, Maine's Output of Metal

By Edgar J. Banks

Curiosities of Science and Invention- November 12, 1910


  • Letters

    Correspondence- November 12, 1910

  • Recommended

    New Books, Etc.- November 12, 1910

  • Departments

    Index of Inventions- November 12, 1910

  • Recently Patented Inventions- November 12, 1910

  • Notes and Queries- November 12, 1910

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