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Turning Sand Hills into Pine Forests

By R. P. Crawford

Restriction of Efficiency by Order of Congress, How the Airplane Appropriation was Spent, British Women in the War, and more

Restriction of Efficiency by Order of Congress
How the Airplane Appropriation was Spent
British Women in the War
and more

Reconstructing the War's Maimed

How Canada is Meeting the Problem of the Crippled Soldier Photographs

Seeing but not Seen

What Our Camoufleurs are Learning Day by Day in Their Newly-Found Art
Photographs Copyrighted by Underwood & Underwood
[article on battlefield camouflage]

The Port of Providence

How the Dreams of the Rhode Island Capital are Gradually Being Realized

The Man who Mines Our Coal

The Operator's Point of View Toward the Fuel Shortage of the Past Winter

By D. C. Ashmead

The Fool-Proof Precision Gage

How the Results of Skilled Labor Are Made Available For Use by the Unskilled

Heading Rivets with a Hydraulic Riveter, The Current Supplement, and more

Keeping Track of Our Ships in Building, Casualties for a Big Offensive, and more

[the short article "Casualties for a Big Offensive" is by a French surgeon and details the sort of mortality and wounds dealt with by the medical services in France after a battle]...


  • Letters

    Correspondence- May 18, 1918

  • Recommended

    New Books, Etc.- May 18, 1918

  • Departments

    The Service of the Chemist- May 18, 1918

  • The Motor-Driven Commercial Vehicle- May 18, 1918

  • Recently Patented Inventions- May 18, 1918

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