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The Secretary of the Navy's Report, The Interborough's Attitude to the Public, and more

Aeronautics- December 17, 1910

Science- December 17, 1910

Electricity- December 17, 1910

The First Marine Aeroplane

DESCRIPTION OF THE FABRE HYDRO-AEROPLNE

Photographing Living Insects

By Harold Bastin

A Great Rapid Transit System for A Great City

DOUBLING THE CAPACITY 0F NEW YORK'S SUBWAYS AND ELEVATED ROADS

Cement Concrete Vats and Tanks, The Current Supplement, and more

By Albert Moyer

The Tenth Lepine Toy Exhibition

By Jacques Boyer

The Largest Ship: The "Europa"

A 50,000-Ton Passenger Ship

Sacks, Bags, Boxes, Trunks, Milk Cans, Packing Cases, and Escapes Therefrom

By Hereward Carrington

A Wrinkle in Dovetailing

By Albert F. Bishop

Thumb-Indexing a Book, Handy Centers For Lathes

By W. J. C

How to Make a Moving-Picture Camera

By C. G. Harcourt

Home-Made Display Sign

By C. B. M'Gahey

Enlarging a Tapped Hole and Reducing a Screw

By J. A. Bergstrom

Grinding a Straight-End Taper Reamer, Shop Notes

By H. B. Chapman

How to Bind Scientific Americans at Home

By Joseph N. Parker

Hunters of Rock Crystal

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