Modern Mechanix and Inventions, March 1935, Volume XIII, Number 5

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One inch by one inch chip to top right corner of front wrapper, wrappers rubbed, pages toned. 1935 Soft Cover. 146 pp. In this issue: Taxi Plane for Non-Stop Air Liners, - David Sarnoff, RCA President, Predicts TELEVISION WILL CARRY the MAILS. Great articles plus vintage advertisements including Harley Davidson. CONTENTS: Stout Produces First Rear Engine Auto; Television Will Carry the Mails, by David Sarnoff--President R.C.A.; World's Longest Bridges Span San Francisco Bay, by Charles W. Geiger; Building a Gold Mine Fortune From a Four-Dollar Stake, by Arthur H. Carhart; New Contest Offers $125 in Cash--Winners of December Contest Announced; Sharp Shooting on the Bowling Alleys, by Elmer H. Baumgarten, Secretary of the American Bowling Congress; Slicing Sections for Microscope Work, by J.D. Corrington; Training Transport Pilots for Highways of the Sky, by Lieut. Corley McDarment; Around the World in Five Seconds, Nic Sprank in Oddities of Science; How Customs Officials Expose Antique Fakers, by H.H. Slawson; Ancient Falconry in Newest Hunting Sport, by H.M. Robinson in Sportsmen's Campfire; Modernize Your Home at Small Cost, by D.J.C. Parsons, Registered Architect. KEYWORDS: MODERN MECHANIX INVENTIONS MAGAZINE PERIODICAL SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY REFERENCE SPORTS TRANSPORTATION HUNTING HISTORY

Title: Modern Mechanix and Inventions, March 1935, Volume XIII, Number 5


Categories: Technology, Hunting & Fishing, Science, Reference, History,

Publisher: Modern Mechanix: 1935

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 2204719