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The Formation, Growth, and Habit of Crystals

Modern Views of Crystallography

By Paul Gaubert

Lord Morley on Science and Literature

Association with Science as a Literary Asset—The Literary Shortcomings of Scientific Men

The Air-brake as Related to Proǵress in Locomotion—II

The History of a Great Invention

By Walter V. Turner

Antiǵua—A City with a Wonderful Past

By A. Hooton Blackiston

Ingenious Electric Switch Mechanism

A New Impact Testinǵ Machine

Securinǵ Efficiency in Railroad Work

On the Right Way to Do Things

By Harrin*amp*gacute;ton Emerson

The Hanriot Monoplane

The Construction of a Remarkable French Flying Machine

Workinǵ Distances of Wireless Stations

Methods by Which Efficiency is Obtained

By W. C. Getz

Our Soda Lakes, The Asiatic Brick

Our Typhoid Streams

A Problem of National Importance

By H. de Parsons

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    April 15, 1911