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The Peril of the Steel Rail, Opening the East River to the Sound and more

Making Oleomargarine Respectable

How the Fat of Cattle and Hogs is Converted into a Butter Substitute

By William Atherton Du Puy

Welfare Work in Germany--IV

Housing, Feeding, Amusing, and Pensioning Workingmen on Business Principles

By Waldemar B. Kaempffert

The Creation of a Dignified Civic Center in New York

Restoration of Historic City Hall Park by Removal of Unsightly Buildings

Indian Heads Cast from Life

An Interesting Plan of the American Museum of Natural History to Further Ethnological Research

Curiosities of Science and Invention - March 2, 1912

Readers are invited to contribute to this department photographs of novel and curious objects, unique occurrences, and ingenious contrivances. Such as are available will be paid for promptly.

What Inventors are Doing

Simple Patent Law; Patent Office News; Inventions New and Interesting

I--Shall I Give My Boy a Technical Education?

By John Ritchie

The International Congress of Navigation

One of the "Ten Stories", The Wise Eyes of Robin and more

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March 02, 1912

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