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Italian Sea Tank, The Need for Tin in the Manufacture of Silk, and more

Our Aerial Sausages

The Contribution of the Captive Balloon to Strafing the Hun

By C. H. Claudy

Reconstruction

What Has Already Been Done to Restore Our Industries to a Peace Basis
By Hon. William C. Redfield, Secretary of Commerce

By William C. Redfield

Finland and the World's Next Paper Supply

The Past, Present and Probable Future of the Forests in this Corner of the World

By Cyril Arthur Player

Canada's New Niagara Development

A 300,000-Horse-Power Plant Below the Rapids

By Arthur C. Carty

World Markets for American Manufactures- November 23, 1918

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

By Lynn W. Meekins

Substitute Bread, The Poilu's Daily Bread, and more

By Kurt Heppe

The Current Supplement, Largest Automatic Phone Exchange, and more

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    New Books, Etc.- November 23, 1918

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November 23, 1918

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