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Author    Munn, Orson D.

Title   Scientific American July 1931 Volume 145 Number 1

   Paperback

Condition   Good

   First Edition

Size   4to - over 9" - 12" tall

Publisher   New York Scientific American Publishing Company 1931

Seller ID   35507808

Features: Cunard's bid for ocean supremacy; Editorials - Michelson - by submarine to the north pole - wages and prosperity - fighting the crooks - human engineering - television broadcasts; Riding with the signal in the cab - right-of-way signals are repeated within the engine cab; Quick-freezing solves food problems; Efficient medical department for brokers and employees at the stock exchange; Airplains land blind - guided by radio; A a splintered planet? - tiny elongated Eros may be a fragment of an older, larger asteroid; National Aircraft Show; The biblical deluge a fact - Archeological finds are stratified as though by a flood; Amateur astronomy in Pittsburgh - an observatory is built by and for amateurs; Television now on schedule - first broadcasts of television on a regular program; Science in search of oil - The last of three articles on salt, sulfur, and petroleum; A familiar truck becomes a locomotive - gasoline powered yard locomotive has commendable features; Professionnal methods in amateur archeology; American olives by the ton - large industry in California is over 150 years old; Preserved for 10,000 yeares to come - unique methods of preserving records of Tokyo earthquake; Mechanizing a giant foundry - Allis Chalmers. One inch opening at top of spine-fold. Half-inch tear to fore-edge of front cover. Quarter inch tear to fore-edge of back cover. Covers remain 50% attached to contents. Average wear. Unmarked.

Features:  Cunard's  Bid  For  Ocean  Supremacy;  Editorials  -  Michelson  -  By  Submarine  To  The  North  Pole  -  Wages  And  Prosperity  -  Fighting  The  Crooks  -  Human  Engineering  -  Television  Broadcasts;  Riding  With  The  Signal  In  The  Cab  -  Right-of-way  Signals  Are  Repeated  Within  The  Engine  Cab;  Quick-freezing  Solves  Food  Problems;  Efficient  Medical  Department  For  Brokers  And  Employees  At  The  Stock  Exchange;  Airplains  Land  Blind  -  Guided  By  Radio;  A  A  Splintered  Planet?  -  Tiny  Elongated  Eros  May  Be  A  Fragment  Of  An  Older,  Larger  Asteroid;  National  Aircraft  Show;  The  Biblical  Deluge  A  Fact  -  Archeological  Finds  Are  Stratified  As  Though  By  A  Flood;  Amateur  Astronomy  In  Pittsburgh  -  An  Observatory  Is  Built  By  And  For  Amateurs;  Television  Now  On  Schedule  -  First  Broadcasts  Of  Television  On  A  Regular  Program;  Science  In  Search  Of  Oil  -  The  Last  Of  Three  Articles  On  Salt,  Sulfur,  And  Petroleum;  A  Familiar  Truck  Becomes  A  Locomotive  -  Gasoline  Powered  Yard  Locomotive  Has  Commendable  Features;  Professionnal  Methods  In  Amateur  Archeology;  American  Olives  By  The  Ton  -  Large  Industry  In  California  Is  Over  150  Years  Old;  Preserved  For  10,000  Yeares  To  Come  -  Unique  Methods  Of  Preserving  Records  Of  Tokyo  Earthquake;  Mechanizing  A  Giant  Foundry  -  Allis  Chalmers.    One  Inch  Opening  At  Top  Of  Spine-fold.    Half-inch  Tear  To  Fore-edge  Of  Front  Cover.    Covers  Remain  50%  Attached  To  Contents.    Average  Wear.    Unmarked. 

Price = 199.95 USD


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