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SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, May, 1922
This issue contains the following prints, articles, and/or ads: Where the Money Goes - How Uncle Sam Will Spend His Income for 1922; Our Wasteful Industries; Cutting and Fitting Beneath the Waves; Telephoning To Sea; The Industrial Production of Helium; From Railroad to Highway; Transmitting Power in Fluid Waves; New York City's Staten Island Docks; &quo... See More
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, April 1, 1922, from New York, New York.
This issue contains the following prints, articles and/or ads: How America's Male and Female Workers Earn Their Daily Bread; World Crops for America; Applying the Lessons of Industry to the Theater; Articulated Trains; The Tomb of an Egyptian Queen; The Motor-Driven Commercial Vehicle; other articles and ads. This issu... See More
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, March, 1922, New York This issue contains the following prints, articles, and/or ads: Winged Surveyors - What Aerial Photography Is Doing for Industry and Science; Moving Niagara Into Canada; The Lincoln Highway of the Telephone; The Mount Everest Reconnaissance; The Physical Basis of Heredity; Scrapping the Battleships; Spectacles for the Motion-Picture Camera; A New Ca... See More
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, February, 1922, New York, New York
This issue contains the following prints, articles and/or ads: America's Fuel Resources; Bridging the Detroit River; The Latest African Anthropological Find; A Ten-Year Naval Holiday; Airplane Racing and What It Means; Human Hair Under the Microscope; A Second Pompeii; A Peking-Suiyuan Railway of China; The Motor-Driven Commercial V... See More
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, January, 1922, New York, New York
This issue contains the following prints, articles and/or ads: America's Domestic Food Supply; The Radio Central; Comets That Have Lost Their Tails; From Steamer to Sailing Ship; With Eye-Piece and Camera; Naval Construction in Japan; Noises for the Movies; Bomb and Bombing Sights; and other articles and ads. This issues is in good c... See More
THE COMMERCIAL & FINANCIAL CHRONICLE, New York, 1907. A very early periodical themed on the banking and securities industries. Not only is their considerable reporting of transactions of the previous week, but there are 18 pages of advertisements of brokers and bankers not just from New York but from across the country. This issue has a total of nearly 80 pages, measuring about 8 by 12 1... See More
MOTION PICTURE DAILY, New York, NY, November 7, 1956. Interesting little publication for and about the movie industry, giving the latest information on the various background events of the motion picture world. Television news as well. Too much to mention. Eight pages measuring 12"x9", printed on coated stock paper. Nice shape.
ALLENTOWN MORNING CALL, PA July 18, 1938. This 16 page newspaper has a two line, one column headlin eon the front page: "Corrigan Off On Mystery Hop" with subhead on the famous flight of Douglas 'Wrongway' Corrigan. Good condition.
THE TIMES PICAYUNE, New Orleans, LA April 4, 1936. This 32 page newspaper has a nice banner headline above the masthead: "HAUPTMANN DIES IN CHAIR" with subheads and three related photos also on the front page. Good condition.
THE OMAHA BEE-NEWS, NE May 29, 1929. This 20 page newspaper has a one line, seven column headline on the front page: "LINDY AND ANNE VANISH ON HONEYMOON" with subheads on the recent marriage between Charles Lindbergh and Anne Morrow. Issue is in good condition.
THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MO January 22, 1922. This issue has a three line, two column front page headline: "POPE DIES EARLY SUNDAY MORNING; CALL CARDINALS" with subheads. Slightly yellowed with very minor margin wear, otherwise good.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, September 9, 1911 Full page. photo: " Atwood in the Aeroplane in which he flew from St. Louis to Chicago and afterward from Chicago to New York." Report inside with two photos: "Atwood and His St. Louis-New York Flight" & another report: "Scientific Developments in Aerial Navigation".
This is complete in 16 pages and is in ver... See More
THE CLEVELAND NEWS, August 28, 1935. Full front page banner headline that reads "Europe Watches Anxiously as Duce and Aides Debate War Showdown". This issue also contains the following front page coverage: Mae West Photos, "France May Fight British Demand for Penalties at Geneva", "U.S. Maps Action on Soviet Note", and much more! This is the complete front section with some ... See More
THE WASHINGTON OBSERVER, August 1, 1934, Washington, Pennsylvania. This issue contains a large banner headline that reads, "Two Executed For Dollfuss' Death" with subheads, "Convicted Men Are Hanged In Yard of Prison Pair Involved In Assassination of Chancellor Dollfuss Die With Shout of 'Heil Hitler' on Lips. President Refuses Clemency To Both". This issue al... See More
CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE, December 10, 1944. This issue contains a large banner headline that reads, "26 to 37 Draft Resumed!" with subhead, "Call Ordered for Those in Non-War Jobs". Paper also contains headlines such as, "Yanks Deepen 3 Saar River Bridgeheads", "Yanks Narrow Pincers About Japs At Ormoc", "Greek Leaders Seek Peace In Leftist Revolt", and much more! First ... See More
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, January 20, 1912 This issue contains the following prints, articles and/or ads: Frost Flowers and Snow Crystals, How a Destroyer Lost Forty Feet of Her Stern off Cape Hatteras, Training Captains of Industry in Germany - II, The Third Aviation Salon at Paris, The Kinemacolor Process, This is in nice condition. See photo for additional details.... See More
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, January 6, 1912 This issue contains the following prints, articles and/or ads: "The Selection of a Motor Truck", "The Riding Qualities of a Cart", "Making the Starting Crank Obsolete", "A Fertile Field for Inventors - Opportunities Offered by the Automobile Industry", "Gasoline in War", "The Pleasure Boat... See More
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, April 15, 1911 This issue contains the following prints, articles and ads: Illumination of Bridal Veil Falls of Niagara, Light and Shadows - Ministering to Eye Comfort by Modern Methods, Good Coal and Poor, Heating the Home, Lamps of Today, Light and Power on the Farm, Inventing the Light of the Future. This issue is in nice condition. See photo for additional ... See More
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, November 16, 1912 This issue contains the following prints, articles and/or ads: The Mining of Herculaneum, Launching Ships by Trigger, How Gold is Bought. It is nice condition. See photo for additional details. Other articles and advertisements are within.
This is complete in 16 pages and is in very good condition.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, July 5, 1913 This issue contains the following prints, articles and/or ads: The Genealogy of the Motorcyle, Submarine Photography - A New Art, Teaching Solders How to Shoot, Novel Uses of Compressed Air, Fuel Production in the United States. This issue is in nice condition. See photo for additional details.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, October 11, 1913 This issues contains the following prints, articles and/or ads: Mechanical Baseball Bulletin Boards, The Remarkable Bi-Plane of Sikorsky, Constructing a Building Upside Down, Chalmers Motor Company ad. Nice Condition. See photo for additional details.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, October 25, 1913, from New York. This issue contains the following prints, articles and/or ads: Airplanes from "The Race for the Gordon Bennett Cup", The Passaic Valley Sewer, The Work of Aircraft in the French Maneuvers, Motor-Driven Commercial Vehicle, Turbine Reduction Gear In Relation to Battleship Fighting Power. Irregular spine but in otherwise nice condition. ... See More
CHRONICLE AND NEWS, October 6, 1924 Two column front page headlines that read "World Series Back in New York Again Where It Looks Most Natural", "Giants Score Two Runs in Second Inning at New York":, with a preview of the game to follow. Additional game coverage provided on interior pages. This issue also contains the following front page coverage: "Judge Reno says pampering... See More
THE DETROIT NEWS, December 28, 1924 This issue has a very nice full front page picture of a young boy for the new year. This is the Rotogravure section only. There is some slight wear on a small portion of the picture, which has a minimal effect on the overall appearance. This paper is in good condition.
CHRONICLE AND NEWS, June 15, 1928 Full front page banner headlines that read "Herbert Hoover Overwhelming Choice of Republican PArty for President" and "CURTIS NAMED FOR VICE PRESIDENT", with a report and picture to follow. This issue also contains the following front page coverage: "2 Planes Ready to Race Across Atlantic Today", "Hornsby Out for Five Days", "Coolidge Sends Hoover... See More
THE OMAHA NEWS, May 26, 1930 One column front page headline that reads "Asserts Day Law Crushes State Power", with a lengthy report to follow. This issue also includes front page coverage of the following front page headlines: "Urges Fight For Ideals of Martyrs", "Shaylers on Europe Tour", "300 Danes to Visit in Omaha", and much more! This is a complete issue with some spine ... See More
THE WASHINGTON OBSERVER, June 10, 1930 One column front page headline reads "REPORTER LATEST VICTIM OF GANG WAR IN CHICAGO", with a report stretching half way down the page. The issue also contains front page coverage of the following headlines: "Bishop Cannon's Fate is Still Undecided as Solons Hold Parley with Caraway", "Health Meeting Will Convene Here T... See More
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, September 12, 1908 This issue contains the following prints, articles, and/or ads: the "Peluse" - A Huge Bucket Dredger, First Flight of the Wright Aeroplane at Fort Myer, Police Academy at Rome, New Schooner "Germania" racing against "Hamburg" in the Baltic, J. Stevens Arms & Tool Company ad (gun ad).
Very good co... See More
THE NEWS, March 9, 1932 Concerning Charles Lindbergh and Ann Morrow's baby: "Baby Still Alive, State Police Say; Ransom Deal Seen". "The issue also has a full front page banner headline reading "WILLOUGHBY BLOCK IN FLAMES", also including witness reports of the fire. Additionally, the issue contains the following front page coverage: "Witness Tells of Drums Sent to Fir... See More
THE NEWS, March 8, 1932 Full front page banner headline reading "BREAK SEEN IN KIDNAPING" with reports to follow. This issue also contains the following front page coverage: "Police Guard Mayor's Home, Four Children", "Breckinridge, Aide to Colonel, Leaves on Secret Mission", "Warden Tells of Tracing Gas in Arson Plot", "Man is Frozen to Death Here", and much more! This is the com... See More
TIMES-PICAYUNE, New Orleans, June 21, 1941. Ftpg. banner head: "33 On Sunken Submarine Held Dead" re. sinking of the O-9 off the coast of New Hampshire. Also a 3 line, 2 col. head: "Jacqueline Cochran, Noted U.S. Aviatrix, First Woman to Pilot Bomber to Britain". A bit of lite wear and lite foxing along the fold.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, August 21, 1915 This issue contains many displayable ads including a 2 page spread for a Chalmers Six-40 Motorcar, Prince Albert Pipe Tobacco, and Firestone Tires - all fullpage. Addition content (with images) includes: "The Largest Hydraulic Motor", "Thimble Shoal Lighthouse", "...the "Building of New York&... See More
THE NEW YORK TIMES, Nov. 9, 1943 An inconspicuous article on page 25 carries the very first mention of the eventually-to-be-famous pianist known simply as "Liberace". The item under the heading "Musical Notes" states: "...The American Theatre Wing Stage Door Canteen will start tonight a series of appearances by youthful concert artists. Gloria Perkins, American violi... See More
NEW YORK TIMES, Aug. 29, 1930 Pg. 20 has: "The Screen" which includes a review of the Marx Brothers film "Animal Crackers". Also a small, 1 line, 1 col. head: "Gershwin In Triple Role" & subhead: "Guest Conductor, Soloist and Composer at Stadium". Rag edition.
THE WASHINGTON OBSERVER, Pennsylvania, December 20, 1949 Paper has large, banner headline that reads, "Germany Moves to Aid Italy" with subheads: "Churchill Warns Against Invasion", "Grew Warns Japan". Paper is in nice condition. See photo for additional details.
THE WASHINGTON OBSERVER, Pennsylvania, October 9, 1944 Bold, banner headline: "Yanks And Reds Smash Nazi Lines" as well as subheads including: "Yanks Deliver Heavy Air Blows In Pacific" and "Wendell L. Willkie Dies In New York". Paper is in great condition. See photo for additional details.
THE PHOENIX ADVERTISER from Phoenixville, PA and dated August 8, 1902. This 4 page newspaper is in good condition. This issue has news of the day & many interesting advertisements which gives a good idea how life was back then. A nice issue from this Southeastern Pennsylvania town near Philadelphia.
THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, Kansas City, MO., August 17, 1920. Small, one line headline on page seven that reads, "American Athletes Outclass Other Nations in Olympic Games". Subheads include, "New 400 Meter Hurdles Mark Set by Loomis", "Chicagoan Runs Distance in 54 Seconds Flat; Scholz Finishes Fifth in 100 Meter Dash." Paper is in nice condition. See photo for additional details.
"Fatty's" Not Permitted to Inspect Egypt's Unearthed Tomb... They Nearly Ruined the Gold Cloth by Squeezing...
THE LANCASTER DAILY GAZETTE, Lancaster, OH., February 20, 1923. Small headline at the bottom of the page that reads, ""Fatty's" Not Permitted to Inspect Egypt's Unearthed Tomb- They Nearly Ruined the Gold Cloth by Squeezing", regarding King Tut's Tomb. Headline of the paper reads, "Fire Destroys Maple St. Church". Paper is in nice condition! See photo for additional details.
NEWPORT HERALD, Newport, RI., June 16, 1928. Nice Bold Headline, surrounded by advertisements, reads, "Curtis is Nominated for Vice President". Includes subheads: "Landslide for Kansan Results in His Selection by an Overwhelming Vote; Convention Adjourns in a Happy Mood", "Delegation from Pennsylvania is Responsible for Landslide", "Plans for Early Conference with Hoover Made Immediately by C... See More
THE TOPEKA DAILY CAPITAL, Topeka, KS., May 21, 1927. Nice Bold Headline: "Secretary Andrews Out". Includes subheads: "Roy A. Haynes Also Resigns from Dry Job", "Andrews Will Be Succeeded As Boss of Prohibition Forces by Seymour Lowman, Former Lieutenant Governor of New York", "James Doran Replaces Haynes". Nice condition! See photo for additional details.
PRATT TRIBUNE, Pratt, KS., Jan. 12, 1956. Has once column article that deals with Shirley Maclaine and her dancing and acting career. Has Picture of her that is captioned "New Dancing Star. Nice Condition, See photo for additional details.
DETROIT NEWS, Detroit, MI., Oct. 4, 1945. Nice Big Bold Front Page Banner Head that reads "Trucks Is Called To Square Series". Has three column picture of Hank Borowy, and is sub-headed "Chicago Pins Hope on Wyse". Nice condition, see photo for additional details.
THE NEWS, Cleveland, OH., Apr. 6, 1932. Nice Big Bold Banner Head that reads "
NEW YORK TIMES, Mar. 6, 1932. Two unique articles, one on John Philip Sousa and one on the Lindbergh baby. Headlines read "John Philip Sousa, Band Leader, Dies In Hotel At Reading
Inventors & Inventions Collection II The Early 1900s Set - Each set contains 5 issues of The Scientific American Magazine, one each from 1900s, 1910s, 1920s, 1930s and 1940s. With the industrial period as a foundation, follow the inventors and inventions of the first half of the 20th century. An interesting technological look at this rapidly changing period in history.
World War II Survey IV The Pictorial Context Collection - 6 issues, one each from 1940-1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, and 1946-1947., all from PM Magazine the pictorial magazine of WW II. Issues from before, during, and after the war place the war in visual context.
World War II Survey III The American Involvement Collection - 4 issues, one each from 1942, 1943, 1944, and 1945. This is a great set providing a concentrated view of Americas involvement in WW II. All issues have war related reports.
World War II Survey II The War in Context Collection - 5 issues, one each from 1936-1939, 1940-1941, 1942-1943, 1944-1945, and 1946-1950. Issues from before, during, and after the war place the war in context.