Title: The Literary Digest vol. 43, No. 18 (Tesla ...
Publisher: New York:Funk & Wagnall's Company
Publication Date: 1911
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: 1st Edition
Quarto-oversized- magazine format in stapled wraps. Cover illustration by Charles B. Wright. Vol.43, No. 18 issue of October 28, 1911. Very Good+ or better/: front cover exhibits rust to staples, some light smudging from routine handling, a very small address label, but no chips or tears. Interior clean, bright & unmarked. PP.720-770. This issue of the magazine that combined Public Opinion with The Literary Digest includes articles on the Chinese Rebellion, Women's Duty in California, John Marshall Harlan, Working the Baseball Public, Surface Railroads and Elevated Street and a fantastic two-page article on Nikola Tesla titled 'Tesla's New Rotary Machine' complete with diagrams and b/w photographs. The photo is of a 200-Horse Power Tesla Steam-Turbine engine. Magazine also includes many vintage adds for books, automobiles, Cream of Wheat and more. A very nice copy. TESLA#10010hbr. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-2035800982
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