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New Stamp Printing Machine of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, An Underground Canal, and more

X-Ray Moving Pictures of the Digestive Tract

A New Way of Studying Diseases of the Stomach

By Herbert T. Wade

An Innovation in Ship Salvage, Dried Yeast as a Cattle Food, and more

By Robert G. Skerrett

Making the Navy's New 14-inch Guns

By Louis E. Browne

New European Designs in Aeroplanes

The Short Folding-Wing Sea-Plane; Three New French Flying Machines

By European Correspondents of the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN

The Short Folding -Wing Sea -Plane of the British Navy, Historic Omnibus "Motorized", and more

By H. Bannerman-Phillips

Cottonseed Flour as a Possible Food for Man, "Snow Mushrooms"

By C. A. Wells

A Rare Opportunity for a Capable Inventor

By E. W. McCormack

A Disastrous Colonizing Experiment, Vulcanological Observatory in the West Indies

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May 09, 1914

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