Scientific American December 2, 1916 Vol. CXV No. 23 Electrical Number
(Scientific American)

New York & Chicago: Munn & Co., 1916. 30 pages; issue cover story on electricity & the industry and inventions, machines, surrounding this technology; color cover art of a scene of a hydroelectric dam; very well-illustrated in black and white throughout, depicting A reservoir that will float, electric heating in the industries, Telescopic rifle sight in the U.S. Army, Strategic Moves of the War, November 22nd, 1916; Industrial Preparedness for Peace interview with Thomas Alva Edison; hydroelectric power, electric steel, plant surgery, electrical invasion of the home, power transmission interview with Dr. Charles Proteus Steinmetz; electrification of steam railroads; inventions new and interesting; nice full page Victrola and Willys car advertisements; large 15 " x 10 3/4" approx. format; some edge, tips wear & soiling to paper wraps; very good condition and very interesting, especially for the coverage of World War One & the electrical industry history and equipment, for the early part of the twentieth century. Very Good S (Item ID: 15024)


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