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Utilization of Cherry Waste Products, Germany's Strategic Hold on American Industries, and more

By Frank Rabak

Realizing Industrial Preparedness

An Inventory of Our Resources, Plans for Mobilizing American Industries in Time of Need

By W. S. Gifford

The Technically Trained Foreman

How One Deficiency of Our Educational System is Being Made Good

By Allan Rogers

A Census of Colors

What the Government is Doing to Aid the Dyestuff Industry

By Thomas H. Norton

Strategic Moves of the War, May 26th, 1916

By Our Military Expert

Our Present and Future Sources of Vegetable Tannins

Where the American Tanner May Hope to Find an Independent Supply of Raw Materials

By Samuel J. Record

Government Transportation Plans

Great Work of the Society of Automobile Engineers in Standardizing Parts

By Coker F. Clarkson

A University to Order

Educational Group of the New Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Plain Facts About Kerosene Carburetors

Of Paramount Interest in the Face of the Serious Gasoline Situation

By Victor W. Pag*amp*eacute;

Our New Industries

Some of the Fields Into Which American Manufacturers Have Been Forced

By Edward Ewing Pratt

War Game—XII

Strategical Plan of a Campaign and its Tactical Details

By Guido von Horvath

Agricultural Unpreparedness

By Grosvenor Dawe

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June 03, 1916

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