Scientific American - 29 June 1901 - Provisioning a Transatlantic Liner
Front Cover of the Scientific American for 29 June 1901. GGA Image ID # 10150d704e
June 29, 1901 issue of Scientific American magazine / weekly journal. Cover story is on provisioning a transatlantic liner (Hamburg-America line) -- great graphic illustration on front cover of the provisions needed. There is also an article on the Paris-Borrdeaux automobile race.
Alos an article on the new Clyde line steamship "Apache", on earticle on the reconstruction of a German cruiser. There is an article, with illustrations, on the water supply system of Chicago.
An article on the Ganz Electric Line of Valtellina (Hungry) -- an electric railroad. Also an interesting article with illustrations on method of utilization for out of date street cars -- including a village in California.
Scientific American: A Weekly Journal of Practical Information, Art, Science, Mechanics, Chemistry, and Manufactures, Vol. LXXXIV, No. 26, New York, 29 June 1901. Paginated 401 to 414 [$3.00 per year or $.08 per Copy. ]
Cover: Provisioning a Transatlanic Liner - Equivalent in Live Stock and General Stores - [See Page 406]
List of Articles and Stories, Etc.
In order of appearance
- Biggest in the World
- Extraordinary Speed in the Paris-Bordeaux Automobile Race
- The Lesson of the Recent Ferryboat Disaster
- The New Clyde Line Steamship "Apache"
- Reconstruction of German Cruisers
- The Heavens in July
- Death of T. C. Clarke
- Science Notes
- A Novel House Mail-Box
- Curious Docking Accident
- Photographic Pringing in Two Colors
- A Self Closing Spigot or Faucet
- New Methods of Packing Butter for Shipment
- The Water Supply System of Chicago
- Provisioning A Transatlantic Liner
- Fire From Waste Paper
- Photographing in the 50,000th Part of a Second
- The Nernst Are Light
- Automobile News
- Observations of the Glacobini Comet - Nice Observatory
- The Ganz Electric Line of Valtellina
- Our Mineral Resources
- Method of Utilizing Old Street Cars
- Hardness of Metals
- Shipping at Nagasaki
- Three Recently Patented Novelties
- The Development of Wireless Telegraphy in England -- Its Proposed Adoption in the Post Office
- Demand for Blood-Oranges in Germany
- Recently Patented Inventions
- New Books, etc.
- Business and Personal Wants
- Notes and Queries
- Index of Inventions