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How Shall We Live in the Future?

By Mary Jacobs

Commemorating a Century of Progress

Weighing the Satellites

By Henry Norris Russell

Science and the Permanent Wave

By J. G. Crowther

Pigeons Go to War College

'Jobs from Junk--Wages from Waste'

By Janet B. Wattles

Engineering a Ski-Jump Tower

By Robert Dobell Forster

A New Style Theater, Front and Back

Our Railroads Must Be Saved

By F. D. McHugh

A Snow Avalanche "Caught in the Act"

Amateur Astronomy in the Wild West

Greedy 'White Ants' Cost us Millions

By S. W. Long

Departments

  • Science Trails the Criminal

  • Radio and Forest Fires*

  • Elevating a City's Population, Germans Win Nobel Prize in Chemistry and more

  • Books Selected by the Editors, February 1932

  • Departments

    Across the Editor's Desk, February 1932

  • Back of Frontispiece, February 1932

  • Cable-Suspended Dome At The 1933 Chicago Exposition

  • Our Point of View, February 1932

  • Cotton Picking Machinery Perfected, More About Use of Word "Mahogany" and more

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