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Making Milk Bottles of Paper, The Quest for Improved Methods of Measuring Leather Hides, and more

High-Speed Steel Alloys and Other Rare Metals

Where the United States Stands in the Production of these Important Elements

By L. W. Thavis

The Process of Spinning Threads of Steel

By Ernest Elva Weir

Connecticut's Military Census

The Nutmeg State, at Least, Will Know Where It Stands If War Comes

The Remuneration of Industry by Research

Almost Limitless Possibilities of Discovery in Every Field of Industrial Endeavor

By Raymond F. Bacon

Rapid Transit in the Factory

The Contribution of the Conveyor Belt to Twentieth Century Industrial Efficiency

How the Government Helps Foreign Trade

The Collection of Authentic Information by Our Special Agents and Commercial Attaches

By Edward Ewing Pratt

Departments

  • The Motor-Driven Commercial Vehicle

  • Recently Patented Inventions

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March 17, 1917

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