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The Marine Use of Concrete

Ships and Docks of Stone and Some of the Problems They Present

Liberty Motor a Brilliant Success, The Problem of Left-handedness, and more

Our Most Fashionable Hat for 1918

Turning Out Millions of Bullet-Proof Steel Helmets for Our Soldiers
[2014 note: the term "bullet-proof" was used erroneously in the 1918 headline]

By Underwood & Underwood

Strategic Moves of the War, January 17, 1918

By Our Military Expert

Columbia University an Armed Camp

Four Thousand Officers of Reserve to enter Government Military School of Cinematography

Wild Game as a War Weapon

A Neglected Means of Increasing and Conserving Our Meat Supplies

By Edgar C. MacMechen

World Markets for American Manufactures- January 26, 1918

A department devoted to the extension of American trade in foreign lands

By William W. Sniffin

A Bibliography of Fruit-Drying

The Current Supplement, New Type of English Hard Porcelain, and more

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  • Letters

    Correspondence- January 26, 1918

  • Recommended

    New Books, Etc.- January 26, 1918

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    Inventions New and Interesting- January 26, 1918

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January 26, 1918Cover Image: Taking photographic notes on a reconnaissance flight (see page 91)

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