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Westinghouse Engineer Magazine November 1945 (TV Broadcasting from the Statosphere)
21 Westinghouse Engineer Magazine November 1945 (TV Broadcasting from the Statosphere)
Westinghouse Electric 1945 Volume Five, Number Six soft cover Very good 
Very handsome cover design for this trade journal produced by Westinghouse. The back cover shows an image of Skyhooks for Television, a system of high-flying planes to act as television broadcasting and repeater stations, called Stratovision. The first article in the magazine tells the whole story. Other articles cover nuclear engineering, the electric torpedo, a simple single sideband carrier system, a moisture-proof insulation called Fosterite, 1000-KVA powered sleds, and the control of electric furnaces. There's also a section on new technology. Magazine is clean and bright with just a small bit of wear to the top of spine and measures 9"x10-1/2". It's one of those magazines which start at the next page number following the last issue, so I did the math and came up with 31 pages. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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Studies in the Literary Imagination; Conrad Aiken (Fall 1980), Aiken,Conrad
22 Aiken,Conrad Studies in the Literary Imagination; Conrad Aiken (Fall 1980)
Atlanta, Georgia Georgia State University 1980 soft cover 
Other than sunning to spine and edges this journal is in excellent condition. No names or writing, no crease to spine, and not even any cover lift. It measures 6"x9" and has 142 pages devoted in their entirety to aspects of author Conrad Aiken by various authors. Topics include: Aiken Chronology; Epistemology and Musical Form in Aiken's Poetry; Aiken's Use of Autobiography; The Unconquerable Ancestors; Conrad Aiken's Ancestral Voices, A Reading of Four Poems; Conrad Aiken's Heroes -- A Portrait of the Artist as Middle-aged Failure; Aiken and Herman Melville; The Critics and Conrad Aiken; and the Conrad Aiken Collection at the Henry E. Huntington Library. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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Rubber Chemistry and Technology July, 1930, David, C.C. (editor)
23 David, C.C. (editor) Rubber Chemistry and Technology July, 1930
Easton, Pennsylvania Rubber Division of the American Chemical Society 1930 Volume III, Number 3 soft cover Very good condition 
Journal is in very good, tightly bound condition. Having grown up in Akron, Ohio I gravitate to anything that says rubber industry.There's a lot of read in these issues. I have several issues on here and will be adding the rest as they present themselves. Some of the many topics in this one are: Engineering Problems in the Rubber Industry; The Tensile Strength of Java Plantation Rubber; The Swelling of Latex; Studies of the Aging of Vulcanized Rubber; The Thermodynamics of Rubber; and Recovering Lead in Rubber Factory; 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Rubber Chemistry and Technology July, 1929, Davis, C.C.
24 Davis, C.C. Rubber Chemistry and Technology July, 1929
Easton, Pennsylvania Rubber Division of the American Chemical Society 1929 Volume II, Number 3 Card cover Good condition 
I grew up in Akron, the Rubber Capital of the World, so these journals, though hard to find, are like old friends to me. Today I bought maybe ten, so if you would like me to look and see what I have I would be happy to do it. This issue contains many articles, but here's a few examples: the Oxidation of Vulcanized Rubber; The Preparation and Fractionation of Rubber; The Preparation and Molecular Size of Isorubber Nitrone; The "Freezing" of Raw Rubber; and Pigment Reinforcement. Maagazine measures 6" x 9" and is clean and rightly bound with no names or writing. Only faults are a bit of freckling to title page and a small bit of wear to lower spine which does not affect the binding. Other issues available. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Rubber Chemistry and Technology January, 1930, Davis, C.C. (editor)
25 Davis, C.C. (editor) Rubber Chemistry and Technology January, 1930
Easton, Pennsylvania Rubber Division of the American Chemical Society 1930 Volume III, Number 1 soft cover Good 
I grew up in Akron, the Rubber Capital of the World, so these journals, though hard to find, are like old friends to me. Today I bought maybe ten, so if you would like me to look and see what I have I would be happy to do it. This issue contains many articles, but here's a few examples: Quebrachitol from the Scrum of Lavea Latex; The Swelling of Vulcanized Rubber in Liquids; The Effect of Solvents on the Stress-Strain Curve of Vulcanized Rubber; Color Reactions of Rubber and Gutta-Percha; The Aging of Cotton Contained in Rubber Goods; Transportation of Energy by Rubber; and Some Observations on Carbon Black. Journal measures 6-1/4" x 9-1/4" and has 177 pages. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Flower Grower; The Home Gardener's Magazine August 1939, Frese. Paul F. (editor)
26 Frese. Paul F. (editor) Flower Grower; The Home Gardener's Magazine August 1939
Albany, New York J.B. Lyon Company 1939 Volume XXVI, No. 8 soft cover Very good 
Slim oversized magazine in very nice clean condition. No defects of note. The main article here is entitled "Revolution in the Iris World; A Critical Survey of the Best Newer Varieties which Now Dominate the Field." One of the best ads is a two page spread for iris too. Other articles cover making floral arrangements for the dining table, growing hybrid delphiniums, the August garden, Oriental poppies, greenhouses, autumn crocus, gladiolus, giant Dutchman's pipe, Kansas sunflowers, peonies and more. Illustrated with black and white photos. I have a few more of these, so if interesedt hit the contact button and I'll let you know what's here. 
Price: 8.95 USD
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Wildlife Art News July/August, 1987 (Charles Frace, Wildlife totems, Fenwick Lansdowne, Robert Clement Ray), Koenke, Robert K. (editor)
27 Koenke, Robert K. (editor) Wildlife Art News July/August, 1987 (Charles Frace, Wildlife totems, Fenwick Lansdowne, Robert Clement Ray)
Englan, Minnesota Robert K. Koenke 1987 Volume VI No. 4 soft cover Fine condition 
Beautiful magazine almost like new. If you are a wildlife artist you will love it, but it's also of interest to people who love the wildlife art of others. It's a glossy magazine with high quality photography in color throughout. The stories are many and there are also some departments which talk about making art and an article about mareting one's art.But most of the articles center on the artists and their work. Here they are: Charles Frace: 25 Years of Spectacular Wildlife Art; Wildlife Totmes, A Linear Legacy; A Living Legend -- The Art of Fenwick Lansdowne; and Time for Nature, Robert Clement Ray, among others. The magazine also contains the 1987-88 International Artist Profile Yearbook. Magazine measures 8" x 11". 
Price: 14.00 USD
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Parke Davis and Company Therapeutic Notes Magazine, 1920, No author stated
28 No author stated Parke Davis and Company Therapeutic Notes Magazine, 1920
Detroit, Michigan Parke Davis and Company November, 1920 Vol. XXVII, No.3 Soft cover Near fine condition 
Very nice trade publication which offers information of new discoveries and new treatments. The booklet measures 6" x 9" with 24 counted pages. Short articles cover quite a bit of medical territory, including drawings and photographs. Titles are: Adrenalin in Medicine; the First Case of Myxedema Treated With Thyroid Extract; Technique of Spinal Analgesia; the Specific Treatment of Tetanus; A New Vitamine Product -- Metagen; the Use of Ovarian Residue; Over Six Hundred Cases of Gonorrheal Infection; Apothesine in Spinal Anesthesia; Local Anthesia; and Adrenalin and Pituitrin in the Treatment of Asthma. Booklet is clean and tightly bound with just a couple small brown spots, one or two a couple pages. 
Price: 16.95 USD
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The Tuners Journal April, 1925 (Magazine Piano Tuning), O'Meara, Thomas J. (editor)
29 O'Meara, Thomas J. (editor) The Tuners Journal April, 1925 (Magazine Piano Tuning)
Kansas City, Mo. National Association of Piano Tuners Inc. 1925 Vol. 4 No. 11 soft cover Good 
This is not a commonly seen magazine, but certainly an interesting one for piano tuners, owners, and players. This issue is from April, 1925 and is clean and tightly bound. The magazine's stated goal was devotion to the practical, scientific and educational advancement of the tuner. Among the topics here are; Some Psychological Aspects from the Professional Tuner's Point of View; The Why and Wherefore of the Bridle Strap; Tuning the Treble Sharp and more. Magazine measures 7-1/4" x 10-1/4". One other issue available from 1923. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering Magazine March 15, 1919, Parmelee, H.C. Editor
30 Parmelee, H.C. Editor Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering Magazine March 15, 1919
New York McGraw Hill 1919 Volume XX, No. 6 soft cover Good 
This trade journal is not too often seen -- this is the only issue I've ever had. It's in good, tightly bound condition, but does show a few glitches -- a small loss of paper to bottom back cover next to spine, a small smudge to back cover, and some toning to top edge at front and a few small edge tears which have been repaired by me on reverse side with archival tape which will not brown. The ads are terrific -- many industrial companies with bold graphics of their products. Among the articles are these topics: the Water Power Bill, the organization of the American Welding Society, German requisitions in Poland, the engineer as a citizen, the National Association for the Protection of American Rights In Mexico, import of platinum in the U.S., exports of glycerine in 1918, a new process for the manufacture of sulphuric acids and more. 178 pages. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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