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Author    Munn, Orson D.: Editor

Title   Scientific American June 1929 Volume 140 Number 6

   Paperback

Condition   Fair

   Magazine

   First Edition

Size   4to - over 9" - 12" tall

Publisher   New York Scientific American Publishing Company 1929

Seller ID   35507819

Features: A motoris may be asleep even if his eyes are open; Editorials: save Old Ironsides, Humanizing science, Television's future, Submarine safety; Skilled workmanship on organs for church, theater and home; Architects as room designers; The strangest thing in physics; Firsts in aviation; Towers of Hudson River bridge are rising rapidly; The highest known velocity; Prospecting with artificial earthquakes; the month in medical science - punch drunk, u.v. rays, compressed air pranks, posture, yellow fever, rider's legs, tar poison, childhood teeth, food colors; The search for the first American; Education adopts the motion picture; Pointers from a pen maker; Death Valley; Egyptian vandalism 3400 years ago; Aerodynamic wind mills; Television advances; Protecting paintings for posterity; Roman engineering triumphs; Light airplaine design contest; Wasteful cotton baling methods; Early Indians in Florida.Major damage to front cover along spine. Half of spine missing. Back cover features colour Camel cigarette advertisement with the caption "Now it's unanimous. I'd walk a mile for a Camel... So would I" Two-colour "Dodge Brothers Trucks" advertisement inside front cover. Inside back cover is a very attractive colour Packard automobile advertisement with a few small spots of soiling. Ad shows a strapping young man fabricating auto parts. Well-worn.

Features:    A  Motoris  May  Be  Asleep  Even  If  His  Eyes  Are  Open;  Editorials:  Save  Old  Ironsides,  Humanizing  Science,  Television's  Future,  Submarine  Safety;  Skilled  Workmanship  On  Organs  For  Church,  Theater  And  Home;  Architects  As  Room  Designers;  The  Strangest  Thing  In  Physics;  Firsts  In  Aviation;  Towers  Of  Hudson  River  Bridge  Are  Rising  Rapidly;  The  Highest  Known  Velocity;  Prospecting  With  Artificial  Earthquakes;  The  Month  In  Medical  Science  -  Punch  Drunk,  U.v.  Rays,  Compressed  Air  Pranks,  Posture,  Yellow  Fever,  Rider's  Legs,  Tar  Poison,  Childhood  Teeth,  Food  Colors;  The  Search  For  The  First  American;  Education  Adopts  The  Motion  Picture;  Pointers  From  A  Pen  Maker;  Death  Valley;  Egyptian  Vandalism  3400  Years  Ago;  Aerodynamic  Wind  Mills;  Television  Advances;  Protecting  Paintings  For  Posterity;  Roman  Engineering  Triumphs;  Light  Airplaine  Design  Contest;  Wasteful  Cotton  Baling  Methods;  Early  Indians  In  Florida.Major  Damage  To  Front  Cover  Along  Spine.    Half  Of  Spine  Missing.    Back  Cover  Features  Colour  Camel  Cigarette  Advertisement  With  The  Caption  "Now  It's  Unanimous.    I'd  Walk  A  Mile  For  A  Camel...  So  Would  I"    Two-colour  "Dodge  Brothers  Trucks"  Advertisement  Inside  Front  Cover.    Inside  Back  Cover  Is  A  Very  Attractive  Colour  Packard  Automobile  Advertisement  With  A  Few  Small  Spots  Of  Soiling.    Ad  Shows  A  Strapping  Young  Man  Fabricating  Auto  Parts. 

Price = 199.95 USD


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