Ship On Stilts Rides Above The Waves

Popular Science January 1936

This entire issue can be read here

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Winged Railcar Rides On Air

Popular Science May 1939

You can’t download it, but you can read this entire issue online

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Aerial Bus Climbs Mountain

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Unlike many Popular Science covers depicting strange and bizzare contraptions, this one was actually build at Mount Hood in Oregon

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How Airplane Engineers Are Experimenting With Steam

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Twin Amphibian Cars For Monorail

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You can actually see page 33 and read the whole article here

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This Can Happen To You!

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If you actually turn to page 98, you will find this headline:

This month’s cover painting is an illustrated statistic. Driving 30 miles an hour is as dangerous as driving on the roof of a high building! If you hit another car head on going at the same “safe” speed, it would be like driving off a nine-story building.

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