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Image for Collier's Magazine - The National Weekly: 18 April, 1931 - 14,000 Miles Through Russia Without a Guide

Collier's Magazine - The National Weekly: 18 April, 1931 - 14,000 Miles Through Russia Without a Guide

By: Davis, Elmer; Davenport, Walter; Josselyn, Talbert; Kahler, Hugh MacNair; Marquis, Don; Rohmer, Sax; Flynn, John T.; LeMay, Alan; Hoben, Lindsay; Wadsworth, Roth F.; Rice, Grantland; MacHarg, William; Foster, Freling; Work, Milton C.

Price: $299.95

Publisher: USA, P.F. Collier & Son Company: 1931

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 449g1388

Condition: Fair


70 pages. Features: Color Texaco ad inside front cover; Oakland 8 and Pontiac 6 ad on page 1; Classy color full-page ad for Maxwell House coffee; Mr. Peters makes his Train (short story); Where do we go from here? - an article about veterans and the nation's finances; Beginner's Luck - a short story about golf; What a Pal! (short story); A Way with the Women (short story); Yuan Hee See Laughs - continuation of short story by Sax Rohmer; Ridin' on Rubber - article and great photos of various types of transportation by bus and jitney - very nostalgic!; Gunsight Trail (short story); Through Russ... View more info

Image for Trains - The Magazine of Railroading: March 1981 - Volume 41, Number 5

Trains - The Magazine of Railroading: March 1981 - Volume 41, Number 5

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $49.95

Publisher: USA, Kalmbach: 1981

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 768a9790

Condition: Good


Features: Railroad news photos; Last train from Leadville; In 4 - 8 - 4s, if not in finances, Rock Island Excelled; Passing Through Europe - 2; and more. Few chips from lower right corner of front cover and few early pages. View more info

Scientific American February 1932 Volume 146 Number 2

By: Munn, Orson D.

Price: $149.95

Publisher: New York, Scientific American Publishing Company: 1932

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 35507796

Condition: Good


Features: How shall we live in the future - houses will be heated in winter, cooled in summer, lighted by man-made healthful sun-lamps; editorials - all honor to marconi - metallic thrift - future leaders - science and art; Commemorating a century of progress - buildings for the 1933 World Exposition are rapidly being completed on a site close to other Chicago attractions; Weighing the satellites - mass, on the astronomical scale, can be measured only by the power of gravitation; Science and the permanent wave - what makes human hair wave when stretched and steamed?; Pigeons go to war college ... View more info