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Fair Weather Yachts, Wood as a Structural Material and more

In the Wake of the Woodsman

The Great American Formula for Converting Forests Into Deserts

By H. A. Mount

Guiding Ships by Electric Cables

By M. Tevis

The Last Word in Searchlights

By E. W. Davidson

Who Invented it First?

Some of the Knotty Points That Come Before the Examiners in Interference

By John Boyle Jr.

The Metric System

Why We Should Measure in Meters, Grams and Liters, without Reservations

By Herbert T. Wade

Our Deep-Sea Freighters

Something of Permanent Advantage that We Got from Our Participation in the War

By Robert G. Skerrett

The America's Cup Races

Notes on the Contests for 1920

By J. Bernard Walker

The Romance of Tungsten

How This Erstwhile Brittle Metal Was Made Available for Lamps

By George Gaulois

Gas-Filled Tungsten Lamp Patent Sustained, Right Foundation for Our Roads and more


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    Inventions New and Interesting - August 7, 1920

  • Recently Patented Inventions - August 7, 1920

  • Notes and Queries - August 7, 1920

  • New Books, Etc.- August 7, 1920

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