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Scientific American Volume 128 1923 January to June

Scientific American Volume 128 1923 January to June

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Scientific American Volume 128 1923 January to June

by J. Malcolm Bird, Arthur Conan Doyle​, various

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Original 1923 Scientific American Magazine Bound Volume 128 - 6 Issues January, February, March, April, May, June of 1923
Condition: Very Good +, black Quarter Leather and buckram bound, corner bumps, with library label inside front board, "The Roswell P. Flower Memorial Library" ink stamps on front edge of each issue. 10.5" x 14" Tall with 432 pages.
Each monthly Issue has Color Illustration on outside front cover, with advertisements.
Some Examples:January - Surfacing and polishing the ice for the skaters, Relativity--And Other Things by J. Malcolm Bird - Motion Pictures that talk and 3 Dimensions - Arthur Conan Doyle​ (Sherlock Holmes) personal letter to editors about The Psychic Competition
February - Putting the Steam Turbine on Wheels: Sweden's Locomotive of Revolutionary Design front and page 91 - Long Distance Telephone Problems - Hudson River Tunnel
March - Salvaging Submerged Treasures with Deep-Sea Suit and Torch, front cover and page 163 on - New Microphone, Electricity Magnifies the Speaker's Voice
April - Gasoline Tractor Takes the Place of the Switching Locomotive - cover and page 236, Zeppelin Airship ZR-1 photos in construction, Army's Bothezat Helicopter with photo
May - Amphibious Gliding Boats on cover and page 306, Mapping from the skies
June - Engraving Spy Messages on the Head of a Shoenail for the Microscopic Eye on cover and page 398, Hudson Bay, Automobile and the Thief, Platinum, Alcohol an dthe Bootlegger, Psychic Investigation


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