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The Man, The Machine and more

Fortifying the Canal

A Legal Right and a Matter of National Expediency

By Henry L. Stimson

The Gatun Dam and Locks

By William L. Sibert

Culebra Cut and the Problem of the Slides

Corps of Engineers U.S.A Member of the Isthmian Canal Commission, Division Engineer Central Division

By D. D. Gaillard

The Sanitation of the Canal Zone

Teaching the Tropics How to Live

By A. J. Orenstein

The Panama Canal and the Commerce of the United States

By Emory R. Johnson

The Electrification of the Panama Canal

Member American Institute Electrical Engineers

By David B. Rushmore

Introducing Great Inventions, The Arlington Wireless Telegraph Station and more

Some Historical Instances

By William Atherton Du Puy

Result or the Gordon Bennett Balloon Race

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    Correspondence - November 9, 1912

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    New Books, Etc. - November 9, 1912

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    Recently Patented Inventions - November 9, 1912

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November 09, 1912

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