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Reducing the Fire Hazard in the Airplane, American Iron in British Steel, and more

Jack Frost in the Orange Country

The Organization and Methods by Which California Growers Have Routed an Old Enemy

By John L. Von Blon

High-Lights of Air-Travel

Some of the Things Seen from a Plane That Contradict Experience Gained on the Ground

By M. Luckiesh

Secrets of Antiquity

An Ancient Bronze Revived for Modern Service

By Robert G. Skerrett

The Self-Sinking Concrete Pile

How Jets of Water Are Used to Bore the Hole and Relieve the Pressure Upon the Descending Sides

Our Technical Achievements in the Great War--VIII

How the Physician and the Surgeon Mitigated the Horrors of War

Making the Desert Bloom in Australia

An Irrigation Scheme on the Island Continent That Involves Big Construction Work

By Oliver Johnson

The Naturalist's Corner

Wild Life Conservation All Over the World

By William T. Hornaday

Features of the Still Engine, Liquid Oxygen and more

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September 20, 1919

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