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1878 Scientific American Supp July 13 -Paris Exhibition;Mounds found in Missouri

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Scientific American Supplement

July 13, 1878

This large issue (12X16") is in excellent condition. The Supplement was similar to the regular Scientific American with more photos included in the larger articles. Lots of drawings and artwork. Some of the articles inside are: The cover shows The South American pavilion at the Paris Exhibition; New York as a manufacturing city; Tank locomotives; Spontaneous combustion; Carillons at the Paris exhibition; Long span railway bridges; electro harmonic telegraphy; Illumination by electricity; the constitution of the sun and the earth; new mound discoveries in Missouri; The origin of the lowest forms of life; what a spider eats per diem; Abortion in cows; Grape culture; Trained fruit trees. ,  . a number of other articles and photos..

Most Scientific Americans in stock 1897-present. Most Supplements in stock 1878 to 1919. Inquire about other issues.


Chosen Reflections/ Million magazines, Kaufman Texas 75142.

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