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Exploring Prehistoric Georgia

The Largest Archeological Expedition Yet Undertaken In America Has Yielded Remarkable Results on a Site Later to be Opened To Visitors as a National Monument

By A. R. Kelly

Radio Facsimile

May Add Sight to Sound Broadcasting

By C. W. Page

Building the World's Deepest-Water Bridge

Double-Decked, 8 1/4 Miles Long, In Two Sections, Twin Suspension Spans In One Section, Will Serve Huge Industrial Centers

By Walter G. Swanson

'Canned' Roses

By Herbert O. Warren

A Star Swells Up and Bursts

By Henry Norris Russell

How is it Wrapped?

Packaging Now an Industry, Amazing Growth, Follows Trend Toward Color, Originality, Modernity, Employs Much Talent, Enhances Quality or Appearance, Phenomenal Profit Increases

By Philip H. Smith

Sundials and their Construction

Part IX--The Principle and Construction of the Armillary Sphere

By Margaret Walton Mayall and R. Newton Mayalll

The Oddest Thing About the Jews

Why Jews Have Some Diseases More and Others Less than Gentiles, First Class Insurance Risk, Most Nervous People on Earth, An Effect of Inbreeding, Either Very Good or Very Bad

By Victor W. Eisenstein

Roaring Midgets

Tiny Race Cars Are Developing a New High-Speed Sport

By A. P. Peck

The Houses We Live in

By Havene Merson

Creative Enlargement

Advanced Amateur Photographers Will Often Find it Possible to Retake Scenes in the Dark Room, Some of the Tricks of the Trade

By Jacob Deschin

Poplars of Promise

Rapid-Growing Hybrids, 10 to 14 Times Faster Than Natural, 80-Cord Crop Per Acre in 12 Years, More Profitable Than Wheat, Boon to Farmers, Paper Makers, Lumbermen, Cut Importations, An Important Achievement

By Frederick H. Ecker

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    Across the Editor's Desk, March 1935

  • Books Selected by the Editors, March 1935

  • Harvesting American-Grown Rubber in California

  • Our Point of View, March 1935

  • Ejector Ice Cube Tray, Wheeled Centipede in Africa and more

  • Current Bulletin Briefs, March 1935

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March 1935

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