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The Books of Forty Years, Making Window Glass and more

By Fred E. Woodward

Is the Fabricated Ship a Success?

Some Instances of What Standardized Construction Has Meant In Actual Operation

By Robert G. Skerrett

Multiple Wheel Truck and the Pneumatic Tire

By G. Orb

Winged Patrols for Our Expansive Forests

By Richard F. Hammatt

Exploiting the Inventor--II

The Inventors' League: How It Victimizes the Inventor and the Man Who Would Support Invention

By C. H. Claudy

Succeeding in Electrical Engineering

What This Profession Demands of a Man, and What a Man May Expect of the Profession

By Raymond Francis Yates

How Much is a Worker Worth?

Safety Appliances and Methods in American Factories That Throw Light Upon This Question

By David Harold Colcord

Fighting Plant Pests with Fire

The European Corn Borer and the Way in Which It Is Planned to Banish Him from America

By R. P. Crawford and G. H. Dacy

Creating an Asset

Scientific Work That Has Been Lost to Industry, and How It Is Proposed to Make It Available

By Andrew Stewart

Something New in Fluorescent Screens for Radioscopic Work, Where there is no Sugar Shortage and more

By M. Tevis

What Types of Drives are Used in Motor Trucks?

By George W. Grupp

Power from Peat--An Interesting Irish Experiment in Fuels

By A. R. Surface

Making Boro-Budur Known

An Airplane Project Which Is Designed to Popularize a Wonderful Javanese Temple

By Francis Dickie

Measuring Carbon Content of Steel


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    Correspondence - April 10, 1920

  • Inventions New and Interesting - April 10, 1920

  • Recently Patented Inventions - April 10, 1920

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