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Physical Safeguards in Railroad Travel, The Nobel Prize Awarded to Dr. Carrel and more

The "Immortality" of Tissues

Its Bearing on the Study of Old Age

By Genevieve Grandcourt

Lesson of the Railroad Wreck at Westport

The Imminent Peril of the Short Crossover

A Triple Mirror for Secret Signaling

Reflected Beam that is Invisible Out of the Path of the Beam

By C. H. Claudy

A Glimpse of a Scenic Painter's Studio

A Profession That Calls for an Intimate Acquaintance With Historic Conditions

By Alfred Gradenwitz

The Twin-screw Motor Vessel "Monte Penedo", The Improvement of Fifth Avenue and more

By Our Berlin Correspondent

Relative Clearness of White and Black Letters

By Samuel W. Balch

Studying Prismatic Colors of Incandescent Lamps with a Reading Glass

By Stuart K. Harlow

Leyden Jars Made of Incandescent Lamp Bulbs

By Maxwell Epstein

An Electric Stove

By Frederick E. Ward

The Proposed Trans-Sahara Railway

Delivery Service of New York's Department Stores, Motor Truck Queries and Answers

By Morris A. Hall

Russian Military Flying Machines


  • Letters

    Correspondance - October 26, 1912

  • Departments

    Recently Patented Inventions - October 26, 1912

  • Inventions New and Interesting - October 26, 1912

  • The Motor-driven Commercial Vehicle - October 26, 1912

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October 26, 1912

Science for the Modern World