Scientific American Supplement -- No. 1026, Aug. 31, 1895 [lady cyclists in Battersea Park, London]
Scientific American Supplement -- No. 1026, Aug. 31, 1895 [lady cyclists in Battersea Park, London]

Scientific American Supplement -- No. 1026, Aug. 31, 1895 [lady cyclists in Battersea Park, London]

New York: Munn & Co., 1895. Paperback. 16 pages (paginated [1], 16392-16406 p.): illustrations; 41 cm. Contains illustrated articles about lady cyclists in Battersea Park, London; the New York Central and Hudson River Railroad standard types of permanent way; the sharpening of files by sand blast; and the splash of a drop and allied phenomena by A. M. Worthington. Also, The Development of a Naval Militia by Commander Jacob W. Miller, and a report on the sixth International Geographical Congress. Scarce. In Very Good Condition: lightly creased; front is lightly soiled; one horizontal fold; otherwise, clean and solid. Very Good. Item #007713

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