Popular Science, December 1933, Volume 123, Number 6 - How Dick Bowman Flew Through a Mile of Fog

By: Gleason, S.; Waltz, H. Jr.; Kegl, Z.; Boone, A.; Bowman, D.; Johnson, G.; Thomas, E.; et al

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104 pages. The following only touches upon the highlights of the considerable fascinating photos and text in this issue. Features: Amazing cover illustration of a huge amphibious truck; Doctors face death trailing living poisons of mystery diseases; Radio pen writes in letters of fire on far-away screen - with photo of its inventor Allen B. DuMont; One-page photo-illustrated article on the preservation of vanishing totem poles in the Pacific Northwest; Photo of C.R. Klein of Santa Monica, California and his 268 HP motor; Girl fights octopus for underwater movie taken by inventor Leon F. Douglass; America's oldest road roaller found; Crackup of mighty glacier caught for first time by sound camera; Three American chinchilla farms produce most costly furs - with illustration of M.F. Chapman; Flies down radio beam through a mile of fog; How to check up on time and the seasons; Accidents still produce great inventions; Huge truck for land or water carries shipload of cargo. Ads: Fantastic one-page orange and black ad for The A.C. Gilbert Company, maker of Erector toys for boys, featuring the New Erector Sensational No. 7 Set; Nice Midwest Radio Corp. ad inside back cover features their 16-Tube All-Wave Radio, with inset photo of Wilbur Long, Jr. of Newberry, South Carolina; Outstanding back cover color-photo ad for Camel cigarettes features world billiard champion Erich Hagenlocher performing before attentive crowd. Modest wear. Clean and unmarked. A quality vintage copy.

Title: Popular Science, December 1933, Volume 123, Number 6 - How Dick Bowman Flew Through a Mile of Fog

Author Name: Gleason, S.; Waltz, H. Jr.; Kegl, Z.; Boone, A.; Bowman, D.; Johnson, G.; Thomas, E.; et al

Categories: Aviation, Science & Technology, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Popular Science Publishing Co.: 1933

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 301G3825

Keywords: Popular Science, December 1933, Volume 123, Number 6 - How Dick Bowman Flew Through a Mile of Fog cover illustration of a huge amphibious truck; Doctors face death trailing living poisons of mystery diseases; Radio pen writes in letters of fire on far-away screen - with photo of its inventor Allen B. DuMont; One-page photo-illustrated article on the preservation of vanishing totem poles in the Pacific Northwest; Photo of C.R. Klein of Santa Monica, California and his 268 HP motor; Girl fights octopus for underwater movie taken by inventor Leon F. Douglass; America's oldest road roaller found; Crackup of mighty glacier caught for first time by sound camera; Three American chinchilla farms produce most costly furs - with illustration of M.F. Chapman; Flies down radio beam through a mile of fog; How to check up on time and the seasons; Accidents still produce great inventions; Huge truck for land or water carries shipload of cargo. Ads: Fantastic one-page orange and black ad for The A.C. Gilbert Company, maker of Erector toys for boys, featuring the New Erector Sensational No. 7 Set; Nice Midwest Radio Corp. ad inside back cover features their 16-Tube All-Wave Radio, with inset photo of Wilbur Long, Jr. of Newberry, South Carolina; Outstanding back cover color-photo ad for Camel cigarettes features world billiard champion Erich Hagenlocher,