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Image from page 22 of “Railway and locomotive engineering : a practical journal of railway motive power and rolling stock” (1901)
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Title: Railway and locomotive engineering : a practical journal of railway motive power and rolling stock
Year: 1901 (1900s)
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Subjects: Railroads Locomotives
Publisher: New York : A. Sinclair Co
Contributing Library: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation

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FIG. 2. DESIGN OF BEADING TOOL ANDFORMATION OF BOLT HEAD. ream the stay bolt after the head isfinished. It may also be added that the forma-

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the sheets, as the thicker central forma-tion of the head under the old processis more apt to be burned away thanthe indented formation of the head un-der the new method. Tests alreadymade have shown the element of dur-ability in a marked degree, and officialreports in regard to this new methodof heading stay bolts may be expectedat an early date. FIG. 3. FINISHED BOLT SHOWING TELLTALE HOLE. tion of the stay bolt head under thenew process is more likely to be dur-able in the inner or firebox side of Fourth Annual Report of the Interna-tional Railway General ForemensAssociation. We take much pleasure in calling par-ticular attention to a volume containingthe Tenth Annual Report of the Interna-tional Railway General Foremens Asso-ciation which was received several monthsago and reflected much credit upon Secre-tary Hall for the prompt manner in whichit was published and the admirable mannerof its production. The volume contains192 pages, excellent in printing and notedfor correctness in

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Image from page 250 of “Annual report” (1902)
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Identifier: annualreport891901021newy
Title: Annual report
Year: 1902 (1900s)
Authors: New York (State). Forest, Fish and Game Commission
Subjects: Forests and forestry Fisheries Game and game-birds
Publisher: [Albany, N.Y. : The Commission]
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Biodiversity Heritage Library

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17 91, publisheda treatise entitled, Instruction in Forest Economy for Foresters, which con-tained his views on the exploitation and reproduction of the forest. Cotta, who,in 1817, published a work entitled, Instruction in the Culture of Woods, carriedforward the work of Hartig. It is to Cotta that the credit is due for modernforest economy in its complete development. ^tafas of fl)e Forester. Forestry in Europe is now a well-established profession for which the candidatemust prepare himself thoroughly. He must learn the science in a forestry school,where the course of study requires as much labor as that for any other learnedprofession. After graduation he must practice the art for several years under aforest master, an officer who has charge of a range. He takes, first, a positioncalled in Germany Forstreferender, at a salary of about 1,200 marks. In twoor three years he is advanced to that of Forstassessor, at 3,000 marks. With *See French Forest Ordinance of 1669, by J. C. Brown.

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A. KNECHTEL, PHOTO. HOUSE OF AN OBERFORSTER. IN THE HARTZ, GERMANY.

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Image from page 318 of “Lasell leaves” (1916)
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Title: Lasell leaves
Year: 1916 (1910s)
Authors: Lasell Female Seminary
Subjects: Lasell Female Seminary–Periodicals Women–Education–Massachusetts–Newton–Auburndale–Periodicals Student publications
Publisher: Lasell Seminary
Contributing Library: Lasell College, Winslow Archives
Digitizing Sponsor: Federally funded with LSTA funds through the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners

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wn over the campus, various build-ings, and were otherwise entertained untilfive-thirty, when a delicious luncheon wasserved in the dining-room. The hall was completely filled in the eveningwith friends and students, all eager to hearthe annual concert. The program was ex-ceedingly well arranged and carried out, andthe calls for encores were (generously re-sponded lo. The whole affair was delightful.Much credit is due both Miss Goodrich amiMary Rich, who so splendidly led the girls. bef ore been mi mil par l he river All IT THE MISSIONARY FETE The Missionary Fete was held mi the camp-us between Cushman and Carter on Mondayafternoon, May 21. The different classes hadbooths where sandwiches, cake, lemonade, pop LASELL LEAVES 11 corn, and candies were for sale. Ice creamwas served by the Seniors in the CrowsNest, the latter being artistically decoratedwith class banners. The Fete was most suc-cessful, and a good sum was realized fromthe sale, the money to be devoted to theFresh Air Fund.

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A REFRESHMENT TABLE Mrs. Loomts addressed the school at chapelon Friday, May 25. Fler subject, most ap-propriately chosen, was Flow Women CanHelp in the Present War. In a very em-phatic manner, she showed how women coukigreatly help in food conservation. The warcannot successfully come to a close withoutthe aid of America, and the women will becalled upon to play an important part towardthat end. Fler talk was most practical andhelpful, and furnished material for muchthought and action. MAY DAY W,e certainly enjoyed our May Day thisyear and from all reports, our guests seemedto have had a pretty good time, too. Thestately Seniors in their caps and gowns werethe leaders of the procession to the MayQueens throne. The Juniors in white, withtheir red ties, showing their class spirit, werenext in line. The Sophomores in their jaunty sailor costumes, blue middies, whiteskirts, sailor hats and with life preserversaround their necks, quite impressed the on-lookers as they followed the Juniors

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