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Fumigating Foreign Cotton to Kill Our Imported Pests, Fresh Evidence of Perils of Paper Money, Fire-Protection Studies at the Bureau of Standards

From the North Sea to the Atlantic, How Long Will Easter Eggs Keep?, and more

Concreting a Railroad

Monolithic Construction Being Freely Substituted for Wood and Iron

By R. P. Crawford

Satirical Medals of the War

Over Two Thousand Varieties Have Been Struck or Cast in Germany Alone

By Albert A. Hopkins

A Week's Review of the War, March 1st, 1917

Our Military Expert

Feeding the Nation

A New Drying Process that Promises an Economic Revolution

By R. G. Skerrett

Motion Pictures in Colors and Relief

Describing a New Process Which Produces Pictures in Full Color by Means of a Simple Attachment on Any Projector

The Current Supplement- March 10, 1917

A Curious Use for Aniline Dyes


  • Letters

    Correspondence- March 10, 1917

  • Departments

    The Heavens in March, 1917

  • Inventions New and Interesting- March 10, 1917

  • Pertaining to Apparel, Electrical Devices, and more

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