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By Monroe Woolley

"Lay Aft All Civilian Volunteers"

Jottings on the Naval Training Cruise
By Roy F. Williams
The author is employed by Munn & Co., the publishers of Scientific American. This article is a companion piece to "The Life of a Naval Volunteer" on page 279.

By Roy F. Williams

The Life of a Naval Volunteer

Experiences of the volunteers on the U.S. Naval Training Cruise. The author, Everard B. Marshall, is employed by Munn & Col, the publishers of Scientific American. This article is a companion piece to "'Lay Aft All Civilian Volunteers" on page 278.

By Everard B. Marshall

The Spiral of Archimedes

Its Practical Value to the Modern Craftsman

By Henry G. Schaefer

The Quebec Bridge Disaster

For the Second Time the World's Greatest Bridge is Wrecked During Erection

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  • Letters

    Correspondence- September 23, 1916

  • Recommended

    New Books, Etc.- September 23, 1916

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    Inventions New and Interesting- September 23, 1916

  • Recently Patented Inventions- September 23, 1916

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