Original issue of the weekly Scientific American Supplement. The Supplements were issued in addition to the regular Scientific American. The articles in the supplements seem to be a bit more in depth and there does not appear to be any advertising in these. Every issue is packed with great articles and lots of B&W photos. An awesome peek into the scientific discoveries of the early 20th century. Date: January 21, 1911 Size: 16” x 11 1/4” Condition: Wear and possible small tears along the edges and binding. Library ink stamp on front cover. Binding has been reinforced with tape. Several small tears along edges have been repaired with clear tape. See photos. Some of the Articles Include: The Holy Mountains - Exploring in the Sinai Peninsula (Front Cover Article) The Knight Valveless Motor - A Highly Efficient Hydrocarbon Engine Vanadium ~ Its Discovery and History - Found in a Brown Lead Ore from Zimapan, Mexico Magnetic Crystals - An Interesting Investigation Into the Magnetic Properties of Crystals Experimental Science Teaching - Some Applications of Mariotte's Bottle Power Production from Solar Radiation - A Plan for the Exploitation of Natural Sources of Power The Development of Submarine Boats - Part II. From Bushnell to Holland and Lake (Part 2 of 2 - Part 1 is located in Scientific American Supplement - January 14, 1911) The Geological Society of America - Report of the Annual Meeting at Pittsburgh, Penn. Inheritance of Acquired Characters The Argon Process Alcohol French Butterfly Farms The Light of the Sky Primitive Vaccination and More!! Please see my EBay store for more vintage issues of Scientific American and other items. Combined purchases will save on shipping. I am able to ship up to at least 10 Scientific Americans together for the flat shipping rate of $4.00 total. We are now offering a new feature for our Scientific Americans!! If you are interested in only a particular article or articles in any of the magazines (95 years or older) we have listed, then you can purchase a scan of the article only for $3.00 (or a scan and hard copy for $4.50). To utilize this feature, please visit our store and click on our store category Magazine Articles. There you will find fixed price listings for purchasing either a scan of an article sent to your e-mail address or a scan of the article sent to your e-mail address and a hard copy shipped to you.
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Good : A book that has been read but is in good condition. Very minimal damage to the cover including scuff marks, but no holes or tears. The dust jacket for hard covers may not be included. Binding has minimal wear. The majority of pages are undamaged with minimal creasing or tearing, minimal pencil underlining of text, no highlighting of text, no writing in margins. No missing pages. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab
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Subject: Science & Technology Year Published: 1911
Publication Name: Scientific American Language: English
Issue Type: Weekly Country of Manufacture: United States