The Engineering Index Annual for ..., Volume 14

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American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1915 - Engineering
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Page 20 - Certain journals, however, make large extra charges for back numbers. In such cases we may have to increase proportionately the normal charge given in the Index. In ordering, care should be taken to give the number of the article desired, not the title alone. Serial publications are indexed on the appearance of the first installment. SPECIAL NOTICE. — To avoid the inconvenience of letter-writing and small remittances, especially from foreign countries, and to cheapen the cost of articles, to those...
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