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Oddities in Recent Aircraft Design

Front cover article on recent aircraft design

Conservative Optimism, Books For Blinded Soldiers, and more

For those who See with their Fingers

How Books for the Blind are Manufactured, and What They Mean to Their Readers

The New Cycle in Industrial Organization

A Study of Leadership as It Bears Upon Human Relations

By Mark M. Jones

The Art of Soap-Making

An Industry That Has Made Its Greatest Advances in America

Sea-Weed for War, Clearing the Way for the Trolley

"In the salty brown uncultivated no-man's fields, unharvested save in spasmodic fashion, there floats
more than two million tons of potassium chloride, not to mention the precious guncotton solvent acetone and other byproducts of the kelp."

By Edward C. Crossman

Textile Engineers of Tomorrow

How the Learn-by-Doing Method Trains Young Men in Textile and Dyeing Work

The Current Supplement- September 21, 1918

Manufacture of Printing Ink

Departments

  • Letters

    Correspondence- September 21, 1918

  • Recommended

    New Books, Etc.- September 21, 1918

  • Departments

    The Service of the Chemist- September 21, 1918

  • The Motor-Driven Commercial Vehicle- September 21, 1918

  • Notes and Queries- September 21, 1918

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