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Black Gold--Three Miles Down?

By Andrew R. Boone

A Raw Material of Many Uses

Whole Groups of New Products, and New Methods of Making Old Products Better, Are Being Built Around Purified Cellulose

By A. P. Peck

Harnessing the Nile

By Hamilton M. Wright

How an Archeologist Works

By T. Leslie Shear

The New Spot on Saturn

By Henry Norris Russell

Air Transport Becomes Luxurious

By Reginald M. Cleveland

Race or Place?


By Malcolm H. Bissell

The Amateur and his Microscope--VI

Exploring Unknown WATERS--II

By Julian D. Corrington

The Story of the Soya

By Helen R. Crane

What Constitutes Perfect Detail in Television?

Perfect Detail in Television?

By William Hoyt Peck

Milk of the Rubber Tree

Latex--as it Comes from the Tree--Has Enjoyed a Huge Increase in Use Despite the Downward Trend of Other Businesses

By Philip H. Smith

'Cruiser Number 1. Report'

Newly Developed Short Wave Radio Equipment Enables Officers in Cruising Police Cars to Carry on Two-Way Communication with Headquarters

By J. Henshaw Crider


  • Departments

    Across the Editor's Desk, December 1933

  • Aloft from the Deepest Hole

  • Our Point of View, December 1933

  • When Do You Have Colds?, More Vehicular Tunnels for New York, and more

  • Inventions Considered by Continental Motors, "RCA Licensed" Radio Sets and Tubes and more

  • Books Selected by the Editors, December 1933

  • Index to Volume 149, July-December, 1933

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