Science and Social Studies Vintage Magazines
Our Science and Social Studies-related publications include the National Geographic Magazine, Scientific American, and Technical World Magazine.
The May 1907 issue of The National Geographic featured articles included Reclaiming the Swamp Lands of the United States, The Revolution in Russia, Some of Our Immigrants, and more.
The January 1912 issue of National Geographic Magazine featured an article on Our Immigration Laws from the Viewpoint of National Eugenics, The Greek Bronzes of Tunisia, The Sea-Kings of Crete, and more.
The September 1914 issue of National Geographic featured articles included The France of Today, Belgium: The Innocent Bystander, The Foreign-Born in the United States with 14 Illustrations, and more.
The December 1914 issue of National Geographic featured articles included Life in Constantinople, Where Adam and Eve Lived, Impressions of Asiatic Turkey, and more.
National Geographic June 1918 Magazine. There is great World War 1 information, great pictures and advertising including a black and white Cream of Wheat with Tom Sawyer, Huck Finn and Aunt Polly.
The August 1918 issue of National Geographic covered life in a U. S. Army Cantonment in teaching English to non-English speaking soldiers of the A.E.F. with other World War 1 related articles.
The April 1939 issue of the National Geographic features Long Island, New York, and Country Life in Norway, including the Fjords and Folkways with their trademark of superb photography and illustrations.
The June 2002 issue of National Geographic featured articles included Untold Stories of D-Day, Saluting the Troops, Great Northern Forest, Beast of the Boreal, Jamestown, Long Road Home, and more.
The 11 August 1894 issue of the Scientific American featured articles included Wellman's Artic Expedition, Building of a Battleship, Testin Bullet-Proof Clothing, Phonograph in Classroom, New American Ocean Steamers, and many more.
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.
This 15 March 1902 Supplement to the Scientific American of featured a cover story on the Kronprinz Wilhelm which conveyed Prince Henry to America for the launching of the Meteor, and Mathias Baldwin and the American Locomotive, and much more.
Featured Articles for the 16 July 1904 issue of Scientific American includes Borax and Food, A Novel Air Compressor, An Apparatus for Preventing Seasickness, The Plans for the New Manhattan Bridge, The New White Star Liner "Baltic," and Much More.
No less than four magnificent steamships of some 50,000 tons displacement have been launched or put in service during this period: the “Imperator,” the “Vaterland,” the “Aquitania,” and, quite recently, the “Britannic.”
Technical World Magazine
The June 1915 issue of Technical World featured articles on Why You Are Rich or Poor, Men Who Probe the Infinite, Our First Submarine Loss, Squeezing Gasoline from Gas, and more.