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"Holes in the Air" A Government Laboratory for Manufacturers

Francis Bacon Crocker

An Educator Who is Also an Inventor Engineer

By Thomas Commerford Martin

The "Cement Gun"

Plaster Work Done With a Hose

By Ralph C. Davison

The Geological Society of America

The Twenty-fourth Annual Meeting Described

By Edmund Otis Hovey

An Appreciation from Connecticut, Preserve Your Papers; They are of Permanent Value and more

Watching for and Preventing Forest Fires

How the Forest Service is Protecting Our Standing Timber

By Day Allen Willey

Two Novel French Aeroplanes

Description of the First Aerial Taxicab and the Paulhan-Tatin Aerial Torpedo

The Gas-driven Vessel "Holzapfel I."

A Successful Application of the Marine Producer-gas Engine

Our Attitude Toward Pioneer Work in Science

Curiosities of Science and Invention - January 13, 1912

The Highest Balloon Ascent and Other Achievements of the Weather Bureau, Ten Thousand Dollars in Prizes for Inventions and more


  • Departments

    The Inventor's Department, January 1912

  • Recently Patented Inventions - January 13, 1912

  • New Books, Etc. - January 13, 1912

  • Notes and Queries - January 13, 1912

  • Correspondence - January 13, 1912

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