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692961

Roentgen's x-ray discovery...

Item #692961

January 25, 1896

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, Jan. 25, 1896 



* Discovery of the X-ray

* Wilhelm Roentgen




Page 3 has: "Professor Rontgen's Wonderful Discovery" (Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen) which is reporting of his discover of the x-ray.

Other topics throughout.

Sixteen pages, minor spine wear, generally nice.



wikipedia notes: In late 1895, Röntgen was determined to test his i... See More  

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$52.00
692906

1911 Nikola Tesla's steam turbine w/ photos...

Item #692906

September 30, 1911

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, Sept. 30, 1911



* Tesla's steam bladeless turbine

* Nikola Tesla - electricity pioneer




Pages 296-297 has a early report on the Tesla turbine with heading: "The Tesla Steam Turbine" with subhead and a few related photos. This invention wouldn't be patented until 1913.

Other topics throughout. Complete with 20 pages, tiny binding along the spine, nice co... See More  

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$98.00
692811

Uncle Sam political cartoon... Georgia Bulldogs coached by Pop Warner...

Item #692811

January 02, 1897

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, January 2, 1897 



* Early Georgia Bulldogs college football

* Their 1st undefeated season - Pop Warner




The front page has a full page political cartoon which includes Uncle Sam by W. A. Rogers titled: "Getting Monotonous". Two full pages with many photos of: 'The Revolt in the Philippine Is., Scenes in Manila'. One-third pg: 'Bird'... See More  

Please Read Note Concerning HW Images & Supplements!

Note: Most authentic Harper's Weekly issues come from bound volumes, and those dated in January and December often have more wear-and-tear than those from February through November - especially the first and last issues of each year. This reality is reflected in the price shown.

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692802

Roentgen's x-ray discovery... Early bicycle...

Item #692802

February 08, 1896

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, February 8, 1896  The second page of this issue contains "Prof. Roentgen's Discovery" (Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen) which is of the further reporting of his discover of the x-ray. The frontpage of this issue contains "New Harlem River Bridge and Park Avenue Improvement, New York City" which contains an accompanying article inside. Additio... See More  

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691725

1st successful mid-air refueling... Aviation history...

Item #691725

June 30, 1923

THE DETROIT FREE PRESS, June 30, 1923



* Army Aviators attempt to break endurance record

*  First ever successful airplanes mid-air refueling




The top of page 2 has a one column heading: "AIR MARATHON 'SHIP' CRASHES" with subhead. (see) Text includes: "...received food, fuel and oil supplies in mid-air..."

Complete with 20 pages, light toning, a little margin... See More  

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691400

1937 Jagadish Chandra Bose death...

Item #691400

November 24, 1937

THE NEW YORK TIMES, November 24, 1937



* Jagadish Chandra Bose death

* Indian polymath - scientist

* Biologist, physicist, botanist




The top of page 23 has a one column heading: "SIR JAGADISH BOSE, SCIENTIST, 78, DIES" with subheads. (see)

Complete with all 46 pages, rag edition in great condition.



wikipedia notes: Jagadish Chandra Bose (30 November 1858 – 23 November 1... See More  

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$48.00
689601

First ever automobile advertisement...

Item #689601

September 24, 1898

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York,  Sept. 24, 1898  This is a very significant magazine in the history of automobiles, as the noted reference work "Kane's Famous First Facts" states that the mentioned advertisement was the very first automobile ad ever published in America.

A back page advertisement is headed: "A DELIGHTFUL DRIVE" and describes the fine features of t... See More  

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689512

Published by P.T. Barnum... Scenes in Concord, New Hampshire...

Item #689512
ILLUSTRATED NEWS, New York, Feb. 12, 1853  Phineas T. Barnum was the co-owner of this early illustrated newspaper which preceded both "Leslie's Illustrated" and "Harper's Weekly", the latter two becoming immensely more successful. This effort by Barnum and the Beach brothers would last for only 48 issues, or less than one year.

Among the prints are: "Capt. Er... See More  

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689238

Five issues with a Civil War-related print...

Item #689238

November 22, 1862

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York  A nice lot of 5 different issues from 1862, each contains within a print related to the Civil War as well as a wealth of other prints not war-related.

Additionally there are news reports from the war, typically found on page 2 but some reports may be further within.

Each issue complete in 16 pages and in very nice condition.

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688936

Thomas Edison invents the phonograph...

Item #688936

December 22, 1877

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, Dec. 22, 1877 



* Inventor Thomas Edison

* The phonograph invented

* Best title to have this in ?




Page 2 has an extremely significant article headed: The Talking Phonograph" which begins: "Mr. Thomas Edison recently came into our office, placed a little machine on our desk, turned a crank, and the machine inquired as to our health, asked how we ... See More  

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688833

Electric light patent to Thomas Edison...

Item #688833

March 19, 1881

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, March 19, 1881  Near the back is an inconspicuous yet very significant item under the list of: "Index of Inventions For Which Letters Patent of the United States were Granted in the Week Ending Feb. 15, 1881" is an entry reading: "Electric light, T.A. Edison.....237,732".

This was the patent given to Thomas Edison for the light bulb, certain... See More  

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688830

Electric baseball "scoreboard" for remote "viewing"...

Item #688830

January 24, 1891

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, Jan. 24, 1891  An inside page has novel new invention headed: "Electrical Sporting Bulletin" which has about half a page of text and two illustrations, one captioned: "Electrical Base Ball Bulletin" and the other: "Diagram of Mechanism & Electrical Connections of the Base Ball Bulletin--Plan View of Double Relay".

A portion of ... See More  

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688736

The art of throwing a baseball, with illustrations...

Item #688736

July 31, 1886

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, July 31, 1886  An inside page has a fascinating full page of text and illustrations on: "The Art Of Pitching In Baseball" written by noted baseball pioneer Henry Chadwick. Perhaps not surprising given this is a scientific magazine, the analysis of the "pitch" is very scientific.

The prints shown are captioned: "Diagram of the Rotary
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$110.00
688586

Can a pitcher make a ball curve?

Item #688586

August 18, 1877

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, Aug. 18, 1877  Inside has an interesting article headed: "Curving a Base Ball" which begins: "I see by a reply to one of your correspondents that you seem to doubt the possibility of this feat. That a ball may be thrown with a curve seems to be an undisputed proposition among players..." with the balance of the article explaining--scientifica... See More  

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688490

George de Bothezat death... Helicopter pioneer...

Item #688490

February 03, 1940

THE NEW YORK TIMES, Feb. 3, 1940



* George de Bothezat death (1st report)

* Russian American engineer & businessman

* Inventor of 1st successful, practical helicopter




The top of the back page has a one column heading: "HELICOPTER MAKER, DE BOTHEZAT, DEAD" with subheads. (see) I suspect this is one of the few publications to report this particular event as other titles in our ... See More  

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688479

George Washington provides a patent...

Item #688479

June 17, 1796

FEDERAL GAZETTE & BALTIMORE DAILY ADVERTISER, Maryland, June 17, 1796 



* President George Washington

* Patent signed in type

* Inventor Robert Dawson

* Improvement in bolting cloths




Page 4 has a document headed: "The United States of America...Letters Patent..." which is signed in type by the President: Go. Washington. The document notes a patent has been given to: &quo... See More  

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688478

George Washington provides a patent...

Item #688478

June 13, 1796

FEDERAL GAZETTE & BALTIMORE DAILY ADVERTISER, Maryland, June 13, 1796  Page 2 has a document headed: "The United States of America...Letters Patent..." which is signed in type by the President: Go. Washington. The document notes a patent has been given to: "...Robert Dawson...of Delaware...hath alleged that he hath invented a new and useful improvement in bolting cloths...t... See More  

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688473

Three documents signed by the President, George Washington...

Item #688473

June 22, 1796

FEDERAL GAZETTE & BALTIMORE DAILY ADVERTISER, Maryland, June 22, 1796 



* President George Washington

* Three documents signed in type




Page 2 has a document headed: "The United States of America...Letters Patent..." which is signed in type by the President: Go. Washington. The document notes a patent has been given to: "...Robert Dawson...of Delaware...hath alleged th... See More  

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688418

Death of actress & inventor Hedy Lamarr...

Item #688418

January 20, 2000

LOS ANGELES TIMES, Jan. 20, 2000 



* Hedy Lamarr death (1st report)

* Austrian-American movie - film actress

* Inventor re. Bluetooth - Wi-Fi - GPS

* Best publication to be had ?




The bottom of the front page has a small photo with brief text. The top of page 22 has a heading that reads: "Hedy Lamarr; Screen Star Called Her Beauty a Curse" with another photo. (see) Nice to ha... See More  

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688326

1932 Alexander Winton death

Item #688326

June 23, 1932

THE NEW YORK TIMES, June 23, 1932



* Alexander Winton death (1st report)

* Winton Motor Carriage Company founder

* Scottish-American bicycle & automobile inventor




Page 21 has a one column heading: "ALEXANDER WINTON, AUTO PIONEER, DEAD" with subheads. (see) He formed one of the very first American companies to sell a motor car. I suspect this is one of the few publications to ... See More  

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688253

Review of a book on the Mormons...

Item #688253

August 27, 1852

DAILY NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER, Washington, D.C., Aug. 27, 1852  The bottom of the front page has a short ad for "Uncle Tom's Cabin". 

Page 3 under: "New Books" is a report on: "The Mormons, or Latter-Day Saints in the Valley of the Great Salt Lake, by Lieut. J. W. Gunnison...". The review begins: "A more interesting book than this if Lieut. Gunnison... See More  

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687336

1934 death of the "Hotdog Man"

Item #687336

May 04, 1934

THE BETHLEHEM GLOBE TIMES, Pennsylvania, May 4, 1934



* Harry M. Stevens death

* Inventor of the hot dog

* "Hotdog Man" King

* Food concessionaire




The top of the back page has a one column heading: "HARRY STEVENS, 'HOT DOG KING,' DIES AT 78" with subheads. (see)

Complete with 26 pages, light toning at the margins, nice condition.... See More  

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687150

An early, handsome issue from the colonies... Nice Ben Franklin content...

Item #687150

July 05, 1762

THE BOSTON EVENING-POST, July 5, 1762 



* Rare colonial publication

* Benjamin Franklin




A very handsome issue with an ornate coat-of-arms engraving in the masthead.

Page 2 has a nice, early item on Ben Franklin with an Oxford dateline: "Yesterday Benjamin Franklin, Esq., of Pennsylvania, eminent for his many extraordinary improvements in electrical experiments, was presented by t... See More  

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686766

Thomas Edison becomes ill....

Item #686766

August 02, 1931

THE DETROIT NEWS, August 2, 1931



* Inventor Thomas Edison becomes ill

* Prelude to his death shortly after ?




The front page has a great banner headline: "EDISON RALLIES AFTER COLLAPSE" with subheads. (see) Nice for display. Edison would die about 2 months later. Always nice to have notable events in history reported in this World famous publication.

Complete 1st section only with... See More  

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686746

Ben Franklin's famous kite experiment...

Item #686746
THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, London, December, 1752



* Benjamin Franklin's famous kite experiment described



Inside has a terrific account of a legendary event in history--the famous kite experiment conducted by Benjamin Franklin. Note there is even mention of Franklin's name on the title page.

The article, datelined "Philadelphia, Oct. 19, 1752", begins by mentioning the r... See More  

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686676

Karl Benz death... automobile pioneer...

Item #686676

April 05, 1929

THE NEW YORK TIMES, April 5, 1929



* Karl Benz death (1st report)

* German engine designer

* Inventor of 1st automobile ?

* Mercedes-Benz co-founder




Page 25 has a one column heading: "CARL BENZ, 84, DIES; MADE FIRST AUTO" with subheads. (see) First report coverage on the death of German engine designer, Karl Benz. He is generally regarded as the inventor of the very 1st automobil... See More  

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686470

Spindletop/Beaumont - 1st Texas oil strike... Tesla's wireless light... Davidson's flying machine...

Item #686470

February 02, 1901

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, Feb. 2, 1901  The most notable item is found on page 74: "THE BEAUMONT [TX] OIL WELL", now known as Spindletop, which tells of the 1st major oil strike in Texas which had occurred just a few weeks earlier. An article with a related photo are included. Also deserving attention is "Tesla's Wireless Light".

The front page has six photo... See More  

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686020

King Camp Gillette death... safety razor fame...

Item #686020

July 11, 1932

THE NEW YORK TIMES, July 11, 1932



* King Camp Gillette death

* Best selling safety razor inventor

* Freebie marketing pioneer




Page 13 has a one column heading: "K. C. GILLETTE DEAD; MADE SAFETY RAZOR" with subheads and photo. (see) First report coverage on the death of King Camp Gillette, inventor of the best selling version of the safety razor. I suspect this is one of the few p... See More  

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686016

Professor Reuss invented the telephone?

Item #686016

March 04, 1876

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, March 4, 1876  



* Johann Philipp Reis

* German scientist & inventor

* Make-and-break telephone




The ftpg. shows: "An Australian Man-Of-War" with a related article. Inside print: "Professor Reuss' Telephone" with article; "the Invention of  the Telephone" , a crane mounted on a railroad car, and various other... See More  

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685724

The very first automobile advertisement in America...

Item #685724

July 30, 1898

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, July 30, 1898 



* Very 1st ever automobile advertisement

* Horseless carriage (historic)




A very significant issue in the history of automobiles, as the noted reference work "Kane's Famous First Facts" records that the mentioned advertisement was the very first automobile ad ever published in America. This same (or extremely similar) ad appear... See More  

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685602

Much on Alexander Hamilton...

Item #685602

September 04, 1802

AURORA GENERAL ADVERTISER, Frankford, Sept. 4, 1802  Note that this issue was published in nearby Frankford to escape the Yellow Fever epidemic in Philadelphia.

The front page has nearly a full column with 7 "Reward" ads for runaways. 

Page 2 has an article beginning: "Alexander Hamilton's paper says that then principles of the American revolution are to be found in ... See More  

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685174

Cryotrons invented... smaller computers ?....

Item #685174

February 06, 1957

THE NEW YORK TIMES, February 6, 1957



* Invention of the Cryotron - Dudley Allen Buck

* Superconductivity - magnetic fields

* Bill Haley & His Comets touch down in London




Near the bottom of the front page is a three column photo with heading: "Cryotrons May Lead to Computers Cubic Foot in Size" (see) 1st report coverage on the invention of Cryotrons by Dudley Allen Buck at the... See More  

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685023

Fluoroscope X-Ray invention...

Item #685023

August 16, 1897

THE EVENING TRIBUNE, San Diego, Aug. 16, 1897



* Thomas Alva Edison

* Fluoroscope (Vitascope)

* X-Rays experiments




The top of page 3 has a one column heading: "MORE EDISON WONDERS" with subheads. (see) Surprisingly this issue is in good condition being from the "wood pulp" era. Very hard to find issues that are not totally fragile from this era in paper.

Complete with ... See More  

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684805

Morse improves his telegraph...

Item #684805

August 27, 1844

NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER, Washington, D.C., Aug. 27, 1844



* Samuel Morse

* Telegraph invention




Page 3 has: "Improvements In the Electro Magnetic Telegraph" or what we simply know of as the telegraph. It begins: "Professor Morse, having successfully accomplished the great essential objects of his Telegraph, has lately been turning his attention to the simplification of some of t... See More  

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684757

Pair of issues: criticizing astrology, with an astrologer's response...

Item #684757

October 01, 1869

BROUGHTON'S MONTHLY PLANET READER AND ASTROLOGICAL JOURNAL, Philadelphia, Oct., Nov., Dec., 1869 

Also: SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, May 29, 1869 



The former was a fascinating and very unusual newspaper of small-size themed on predicting what would happen in the future--great to read in hindsight.

The feature article, which takes all of pages 1 thru 5, is headed: "A Reply... See More  

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684627

Aerial balloon torpedo... Ostrich farming...

Item #684627

May 11, 1878

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN New York, May 11, 1878  Among the articles with prints is a full front page print: "The Balloon Torpedo" which includes n article on how it works: "Aerial Warfare".

There are also two full pages on: "Ostrich Farming in South Africa" which includes 8 prints, and also: "The Premier Tricycle".

Sixteen pages, a few discrete archival me... See More  

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684624

The Bell telephone and Edison's latest inventions...

Item #684624

February 03, 1894

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, Feb. 3, 1894  The front page is taken up with various illustrations of: "Details of Construction of the Bell Telephone" with a related article headed: "All May Have Telephones" concerning the expiration of the telephone patent. This article carries over to an inside page.

Inside has a print and article on: "Edison's New Electrical R... See More  

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684620

First flight of heavier than air "airplane"... Maxim's Flying Machine...

Item #684620

October 06, 1894

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, Oct. 6, 1894  An inside page has a large illustration of: "MR. MAXIM'S FLYING MACHINE" with considerable related text.

Note: Hiram S. Maxim's "airplane" became the first "heavier than air" machine to take flight under its own power (source: Wikipedia). More can be read about this flying machine though the University of
... See More  

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684617

Passenger-carrying airplane record...

Item #684617

April 22, 1911

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, April 22, 1911  The most interesting article is: "A New Aeroplane Passenger-carrying Record - Louis Breguet's Feat of Transporting 11 People 3 Miles Across Country" which takes over 1 1/2 pages and includes 5 photos/illustrations.

The front page is a photo: "Making a Map on the Spot" with further illustrations inside.

Complete in 24 pag... See More  

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684615

Unique--and comical--unicycle...

Item #684615

December 12, 1914

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, Dec. 12, 1914  The duo-tone cover is taken up with a comical print of the: "Motor-Driven Unicycle Stabilized by a Gyroscope". An inside page has a related article describing it, with much detail.

A terrific print showing how bizarre some early "inventions" were during the era when engine-driven vehicles were booming.

A great front page for ... See More  

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684614

Luyties Helicopter: comical attempt at flight...

Item #684614

July 11, 1908

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, July 11, 1908 The front page has two photos of: "The Luyties Helicopter, Probably The Largest Experimental Rotary Flying Machine Ever Tested", which includes supporting text on an inside page.

Sixteen pages, older repair on page 2 has minor effect on the front page, somewhat irregular at the spine with the front leaf partially loose.

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684545

1st transcontinental phone call in 1915...

Item #684545

January 26, 1915

THE NEW YORK TIMES, Jan. 26, 1915



* First Transcontinental phone call made

* Alexander Graham Bell & Thomas Watson




The top of the front page has a one column heading: "PHONE TO PACIFIC FROM THE ATLANTIC" with subheads. (see)

Sixteen pages, light toning, some margin wear, must be handled with care as such.

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684206

The Harlem River Canal, New York... 1890...

Item #684206

March 22, 1890

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, March 22, 1890



The ftpg. has four illustrations of: "The Harlem River Ship Canal", the largest of which shows a "General view of the rock excavation and future course of the canal." A related report is on an inside page and contains a small illustration.

Additional unrelated reports include: "Smokeless Gunpowder", "An Improved S... See More  

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683795

Nine issues with Civil War-related content...

Item #683795

December 27, 1862

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York  A nice lot of 9 different issues from 1862, each contains within reports on military events from the Civil War, or reports of developments and improvements of military equipment.

Each issue complete in 16 pages and in nice condition.

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683537

Thomas Edison death... Burial....

Item #683537

October 22, 1931

CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE, October 22, 1931.



* Inventor Thomas Edison death

* Funeral - burial ceremony



The front page has a one column heading: "DARKEN NATION AS TRIBUTE TO THOMAS EDISON" with subhead. Four related photos are on the back page. (see)

Complete with all 34 pages, rag edition in great condition. A few small binding holes along the spine.... See More  

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683487

John Logie Baird death... Television inventor...

Item #683487

June 15, 1946

THE NEW YORK TIMES, June 15, 1946



* John Logie Baird death

* Father of the television




The top of page 21 has one column headings: "JOHN L. BAIRD DIES; TELEVISION LEADER" "British Inventor Produced One of the First Practical Sets--Borrowed Money to Start" with photo of Baird. (see) First report coverage on the death of John Logie Baird, father of the television.

Other n... See More  

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683472

Great issue on Edison's invention of the phonograph, and thoughts on its use & what's next...

Item #683472

March 26, 1878

NEW YORK SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE, March 26, 1878 



* Historic Phonograph invention

* Thomas Edison - inventor




This is a terrific issue on Edison's newly invented phonograph machine, taking half of page 3 & over half of pg. 4 including four illustrations. The article is headed: "THE PHONOGRAPH" with subheads: "Lectures by Professor J. W. S. Arnold" "Character... See More  

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683410

Brewing Ale in the 1870's...

Item #683410

March 15, 1879

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, March 15, 1879  The front page has 3 illus: "The Brewing Of Ale", the largest shows "Racking Off Vats", plus an article about P. Ballantine & Sons Brewery (Albany N.Y.), which continues inside and has another illus: "The Mash Tub And Malting Kilns".

Other articles and illustrations of interest include: "Palmer's Washer... See More  

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683382

Lengthy article on Thomas Edison...

Item #683382

August 24, 1878

ST. LOUIS GLOBE-DEMOCRAT, Aug. 24, 1878  Page 2 has over a full column taken up with: "TOM EDISON" "The Great Electrician Among the Wires in the Western Union Offices" "A Great Invention by Which an Army Can Annihilate Its Enemy" "What He Thinks About Sun-Stroke and Its Causes".

Twelve pages, very nice condition.

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683304

Bridge over Harlem River... Heaviest locomotive...

Item #683304

July 17, 1897

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT, New York, July 17, 1897  Page 8 has: "HEAVIEST LOCOMOTIVE IN THE WORLD - TANK LOCOMOTIVE, INDIAN STATE RAILWAYS".

The front page has: "THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE - ILLUMINATION OF WINDSOR CASTLE ON JUNE 18".

The remainder of the issue has: "INGLIS TRIPLE-EXPANSION PADDLE ENGINES", "SPECIAL DELIVERY CAR TRANSFER STEAMER", &... See More  

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