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Iron and Steel

Their Relation to other Industries

By F. W. Harbord

The use of Electrolytic Fluid in Swimming Baths

Some Old-Time Horological Devices

Forgotten Mechanisms of Long Ago

Forest Work on the Vanderbilt Estate

America's largest Dome

Erected without Scaffolding or Falsework Support

Selective Economy in Raw Materials

Turning Waste to Profit

By Harry S. Mork

Pacific Coast Steel Industry

By Gibson Arnoldi

The Second Paris Aeronautical Salon

An Analysis of the Types—Monoplanes, Biplanes, Dirigibles, and Engines

By R. P. Hearne

The Paris Aviation Exhibition.—I

Appropriations for the Panama Canal

Electro Steel

Photography in the Service of the Law

The Scientific Detection of Crime

By O. Mezger

Roses for Winter

Cold Weather Gardening

Uranium at Joachimsthal

The Chief Source of Radio-Active Materials

Decrease in Railroad Fatalities

Science Notes

Trade Notes and Formulæ

Engineering Notes

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