1915 "Scientific American" Magazine 70th Anniversary Issue with Other Issues
|Publication Title||Scientific American|
|Publication Date||June 5, 1915, May 1948, May 31, 1851, June 1, 1886, April 23, 1898, May 27, 1911, January 2, 1915|
|Volume/Issue||Volume 6 #37, Volume 45 #1164 (Supplement), Volume 1 #8 (Architects and Builders Edition), Volume 104 #21, Volume 112 #1 (70th Anniversary Edition), Volume 112 #23, Volume 178 #5|
|Period||Late 19th/ Early 20th Century, Mid-20th Century, Antique, Vintage|
|Genre||Architecture and Design, Science, Mathematics and Engineering|
|Additional Information||This lot includes multiple antique issues of American Scientific, featuring articles on technological and automobile progress, an autobiographical essay by Nikola Tesla, the construction and sinking of the USS Maine, the completion of the New York Library, the New Aquatic Theater in Paris, variable speed airplanes, and more. An early volume with a cover illustration of Foucault’s pendulum and the first issue helmed by Gerard Piel, as well as American Victoriana: Floor Plans and Renderings from the Gilded Age by Eugene Mitchell, are also included.|
- generally tight bindings; loose hinges; bumped corners; creasing and wear throughout; not checked for complete pagination.
- measures American Victoriana.