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Scientific American Magazine, Volume 152, Number 3, March 1935 - Albert Einstein Cover
USA: Munn & Company. Paperback. Pages 113-168. Features: Wonderful cover photo of Albert Einstein at blackboard proving the principle of Equivalence; Exploring Prehistoric Georgia; Radio Facsimile (early fax machine development) - article with great photos; Building the World's Deepest-Water Bridge - connecting San Francisco and Oakland; Preserving rose bushes with paraffin for shipping; Nova Herculis recently discovered; Amazing growth in the packaging industry; Sundials and their construction - part IX - the principle and construction of the armillary sphere; The Oddest Thing About the Jews - Why Jews have some diseases more and others less than Gentiles - they often are first-class insurance risks; Stout "Scarab" auto photos and write-up; Photo of Einstein with Leo J. Scanlon; Tiny race cars - a developing sport; Astounding facts about American homes and sanitary conditions; Creative photo enlargement; Rapidly growing hybrid poplars; Frederick H. Ecker on progress in this age of science; Photo of harvesting American-grown rubber in California - Guayule; and more. Above-average external wear and soiling. Openings at each end of coverfold. Chip from lower corner of back cover. An uncommon Einstein collectible. Please note that large faint text appearing on image is not on magazine. . Fair. 1935. First Edition.
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