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The Growth of the Automobile, Review of the Year, 1919 and more

The Refinement of Details

The Trend of Design for 1920 Shows No Radical Changes, but Many Improvements to Mechanism and Bodies

By Victor Pag

The Romance of Invention--VI

Hudson Maxim: Inventor, Scientist, Lecturer, Poet, and Man with the Courage of His Convictions

By C. H. Claudy

Making the Automobile Complete

Some Interesting Motor Car Accessories for the 1920 Market

The Nature of Things

Einstein's Theory of Relativity; a Brief Statement of What It Is and What It Is Not

By John Q Stewart

The All-Year Car

Suggestions for the Average Motorist That Will Help in Securing Economical and Safe Car Operation in Cold Weather

By Victor W. Pag

The New York State Barge Canal--I

World's Greatest Inland Canal Now Connects the Great Lakes with the Atlantic Ocean

By Frank M. Williams

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January 1920

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