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SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. Volume CVI, numbers 1-26. January - June 1912.

Munn & Company: NY 1912. Illustr, 16 x 11.5, quarter leather 596. Ex-lib, covers worn, rubbed, soiled, corners well worn, leather scuffed/scraped, spine is covered with black tape, front inner hinge cracked, soiling, staining, tears (several go horizontally across the page), some tears archivally repaired, four pages missing corners and affects text on two pages, text block cracked, loose signatures. Starting with the April 27 issue through to the June 8 issue there are many articles on the Titanic. Some of the titles: "Lessons of the Titanic Disaster," "What we Know about Icebergs," "Wreck of the White Star Liner Titanic," "A Tribute to the Engineers of the Titanic" "The Unsinkable Ship. Longitudinal Coal Bunkers and Higher Bulkheads Might have Saved the Titanic," The Senate Committee's Report on the Titanic." A few articles on zeppelins/airshps i.e., "Recent Developments in French Dirigibles," "The Wire-Wound Dirigible Balloon," "Brucker's Transatlantic Airship Expedition Getting Ready," "Journey in a Passenger-Carrying Zeppelin Airship." Plus a full page ad for the Hamburg American Line "Cruises in Skyland By Zeppelin Airships." Above zeppelin/airship articles all have nice illustr . Plus an interesting article on motorcycles "The Motorcycle of 1912." Lots of b&w car ads. Plus much more. Sold as is.


Book Id: 97-9568

Price: $500.00

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