Popular Science Monthly Magazine, September 1933, Vol. 123, No. 3 - Queer Vehicles Inventors Produce


96 pages. Features: Nice Plymouth Six ad featuring interview with G.R. Stevens of Elgin, Illinois; ATT ad features woman using old-style phone; Buying automatic refrigerators; "Human-Eye" camera opens new way to television; Snakeskin and marble made by photography; Planes to dump rain on crops; Photo of tidal wave in the River Severn, in England; Queer jobs in the Arctic - Major L.T. Burwash in pursuit of the North Magnetic Pole; Two-passenger sailplane has closed cockpits; Rare Stamp Racketeers thwarted by black light; Human body gets machine tests; Freak vehicles for air, land, and water; Animal movie actors trained by strange tricks; Tires torn to pieces in safety tests; Homemade Sextant; Is Rudy Hofmeister the fastest wood carver?; War Waged on Insects with Lights and Odors; Microscope "Movies" on Screen; Newest Household Devices; Weird stunts with aluminum in the home laboratory; One-man show with a magic hat; Adding earphones to your radio; Radio sets now tuned by sight; New gears shift themselves; A simply built high striker; Tools and Materials Captain McCann uses to build ship models; Graceful stool built from coat hangers; Sport belt made of knotted string; Simple design for boy's auto (go-kart); Luggage Making on the kitchen table; Taking telephoto shots with your own camera; Helpful hints for motorists; plus dozens of other brief and interesting illustrated items. Great cartoon-style ad for Camel cigarettes on back cover features magic tricks. Somewhat above-average wear. Faint store stamp on back cover. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy.

Title: Popular Science Monthly Magazine, September 1933, Vol. 123, No. 3 - Queer Vehicles Inventors Produce

Author: Armaguac, Alden P.; Teale, Edwin; Boone, Andrew R.; Burton, Walter E.; Johnson, Gaylord; Martin, Robert E.

Illustrator: Wittmack, Edgar F. (Cover)

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Science & Technology,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Popular Science Monthly: 1933

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Size: 4to - over 9" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 536g1143

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