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Emptying Eight Freight Cars into a Thimble, No Relation Between Cultivation and Rainfall and more

Is there a Coal Shortage?

A Survey of the Coal Question in Our Largest Coal-Consuming Center

By Harry A. Mount

An Engineering Bulwark

The Proposed Standing Army, for Purposes of Peace, of the Men Who Know How to Do Things

By Richard L. Humphrey

Reclaiming Salt Surfeited Soils

How a Western Problem Arising Out of Irrigation Methods Is Being Met

By George A. Dacy

The World's Largest Crane

How the Engineer Has Made It Possible to Lift and Swing a 350-Ton Load

Record Weather

Excessive Precipitation, Temperature Extremes, High Winds, Blizzards, Hurricanes and Tornadoes

By Wendell M. Whiting

The Romance of Invention--XVI

Charles G. Curtis--The Man Who Patented Efficiency In Steam Turbines

By C. H. Claudy

Return Loads Bureau Idea in England, Converting Garbage into a Real Asset

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August 1920

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